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Tag Archives: Joy
If joy is a fruit of the spirit, why would God want us to feel bad for doing something good?
As a Christian single on Valentine's Day, you couldn't be more loved.
As you start another year of ministry, pursue joy and humility amid the wondrous weight of the task.
It is goodness that we are not equipped to handle, sorrow and suffering become our friends.
We have all heard that the word “blessed” means “happy.” True enough. But the kind of happiness that “blessed” conveys is something that transcends the typical American definitions of happiness. It communicates a satisfaction and contentment that is firmly settled in the soul. It isn’t touched by the trivial. It communicates a sense of joy that more often than not is expressed by tears rather than laughter. It isn’t inspired by jokes.
Can't be in Minneapolis for the 2010 Desiring God Pastors Conference beginning tonight? Watch the live video stream here. If you haven't seen it already, here's the trailer:
Mankind has said and written many things throughout the ages. Some of it needs to be commended and retold throughout every generation so that others might benefit from the records of wisdom. Some of it needs to be destroyed, or at least held aloft in public contempt so that others might not fall prey to [...]
All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice, Him serve with mirth, his praise forth tell, Come ye before him and rejoice. The venerable Scottish Psalter paraphrased Psalm 100 that way. It is true to the meaning of the Hebrew. My modern hymnal changed it: All people that on [...]