Rejoice in Him

By   •   January 16   •   Topics: ,

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Christians are supposed to be happy persons! Our generation has become well versed in Christian terminology, but is remiss in the actual practice of Christ’s principles and teachings. Hence, our greatest need today is not more Christianity but more true Christians. The world can argue against Christianity as an institution, but there is no convincing argument against a person who, through the Spirit of God, has been made Christlike. Such a person is a living rebuke to the selfishness, rationalism, and materialism of the day. Jesus said to the woman at Jacob’s well, “Whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst.” This sin-sick, disillusioned woman was the symbol of the whole race. Her longings were our longings! Her heart-cry was our heart-cry! Her disillusionment was our disillusionment! Her sin was our sin! But her Savior can be our Savior! Her forgiveness can be our forgiveness! Her joy can be our joy!

Prayer for the day

My soul delights in You, my God, and my Redeemer.

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40 Comments

  1. devakumar says:

    I need your prayer support

  2. Mensah Awesome Ernest says:

    Dady i love reading and listing to your materia.
    Could please help me some reading materials to my children ministry.
    E.baptist church. P.o .box 39. Sefwi bekwai. Ghana..

  3. Adepeju Robert James says:

    All glory be to you o God of my salvation for I rejoice in you.

  4. John says:

    thank you Jesus for providing us Joy through the salvation

  5. Cory says:

    No. Happiness and joy are two entirely different things. Joy we are to have but happiness we are not guaranteed. Rejoicing in the Lord is not the same as being happy. Sheesh! We can be very unhappy but still rejoice and have joy in the Lord.

  6. Bert Rodriguez says:

    Amazing

  7. Tapshak Raymond Jwantu says:

    What Christ has done for me is enough to make me joyful