We want joy. We are willing to pay for it, pursue it, and even power up on others in attempts to get it. We chase joy. It feels good and brings relief from the burdens of family, work, health, finances, and, well, everything. But how many of us can truly say, “I live a joy-filled life?” We miss joy because we think we must pursue it to get it. We live in the world of “if”. If I get enough money; if I get into a good school; if I could find the right partner; if I could experience great travel; if I could obtain a nice home; if I could avoid problem people; if things would go right in my life…THEN I’d be filled with joy. If that is true, then why aren’t we filled with joy? Philippians is God’s book on joy. If you’d like your joy meter to jump, then this next series is for you.
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