Luke 10: Joy

This entry is part 18 of 49 in the series Luke

There’s nothing quite like the joy of victory. A joyous and victorious life that comes from God is the most fulfilling life that one could possibly live.

Too many Christians live joyless, droll, drab lives. “Spiritual Disciplines” are the way that people focus on joy, such as devotions and lots of singing. Which are nice and all, but if you don’t have joy in your heart, then they’re useless. How do we find real joy?

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1 Response to Luke 10: Joy

  1. Ryan Finke says:

    Reaaaally interesting on several different points! Thanks for some insight on what Jesus meant by the “dust off your sandals” comment. Jesus really was a bold lover of people. That’s something I’ll definitely ask God to change me into.

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