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Written By TWFT
Saturday, January 14
“I came so that everyone would have life…in its fullest.”   Jn 10:10 CEV
Your lungs need oxygen to thrive, your body needs food to thrive, and your soul needs joy to thrive.  How can you tell when someone is joy-deprived?  By how they look and what they say.  One Bible teacher says: “When I began to understand John 10:10…I realized the enemy had deceived me into thinking that enjoying things was not important…I had come to believe—falsely, of course—that if I was having fun, something was wrong…I must not be working hard enough!  I never saw my father enjoy life and it seemed to aggravate him when others did, so I just grew up thinking something must be wrong with it.  I can remember being told to be quiet when I laughed out loud…The seventeenth-century…[writer] Madame Guyon said that the highest call for every child of God is to enjoy God.  I remember what a heavy load lifted off of me the first time I read that…I was working so hard trying to please God that the thought of simply enjoying Him had not occurred to me at all.  I had never heard of such a thing!...I had been a committed church member for over twenty years before I learned that God wanted me to enjoy Him and the life He had given me.”  Can you relate?  If so, it’s time to make some changes in your life.  Take a break without feeling guilty; you will be much more productive when you’re rested and refreshed.  Recreation is not “unspiritual”; it’s essential to staying in balance.  We live in a driven, stressed-out society, but you can change; you can be joyful if you choose to.
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