Experiencing Joy

Advantage Media Group, 2007 - 400 Seiten
Jesus promises a type of joy that no one and nothing else can provide. His joy is full and complete. His joy is unspeakable. His joy is powerful when it is paired with His ability to heal us and make us a whole. His joy lasts forever and no one can take it from you! As you enter into the wholehearted joy of the Master, He takes great pleasure in healing life's deepest hurts, replacing lies with the truth and restoring relationships that are broken, especially to Himself. He is the only true, life-giving joy and it is available to you now, even in your darkest moments. Each page of Experiencing Joy leads you through the journey of unblocking everything which stops you from reaching out and grabbing what is yours to have and to hold. It is no coincidence that as God perfects and completes you, your joy is made perfect. Join those who have discovered that giving God joy is the greatest purpose of life. But first you must make a choice: do you want to please God? Then you are ready to enter into the joy of the Lord! His joy lasts forever and no one can take it from you!

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Entering the Orchard of Your Heart
The Joy of Eternal Salvation Freedom from Spiritual Death
The Joy of Eternal Acceptance Freedom from SelfHatred Pride and False Images
The Joy of Eternal Truth Freedom from Lies False Beliefs Secrets and Myths
The Joy of Eternal Security Freedom from Unholy Fear
The Joy of Eternal Well Being Freedom in Sorrow Loss Pain Suffering or Distress
The Joy of Eternal Righteousness Freedom from Sin and Disobedience
The Joy of Eternal Completion Freedom from Dissatisfaction and SelfPity
The Joy of Eternal Intimacy Freedom from Broken Relationships
The Joy of Eternal Health Freedom from the Disease of the Soul
The Joy of Creation
The Joy of Eternal Union with God Freedom from Alienation
The Joy of Eternal Victory The Celebration of a Life with Christ

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