Why happiness and holiness don’t have to be in conflict.
G od is happy and desires the happiness of his people. To many, that statement sounds almost heretical—what about holiness? Randy Alcorn, bestselling author and founder of Eternal Perspective Ministries, wants to set the record straight. His latest book, Happiness, is an encyclopedic exploration of the biblical reasons for holding happiness in high esteem.
It’s the festival of Colors! May God gift you all the colors of life, colors of joy, colors of happiness, colors of friendship, colors of love and all other colors you want to paint in your life. Happy Holi to all All our Trak.in Re...
Craig Groeschel, the founding and senior pastor of the Oklahoma-based LifeChurch.tv megachurch, said in a sermon that it may sounds good when someone says God wants us to be happy, but the truth is otherwise.
If you were to venture out into the streets of any major city and survey fifty people about what they think God's greatest desire for them is, I guarantee you the top response would be: "He wants me to be happy."
OK. So you don't want to serve God or even believe in Him given your current spiritual state. I don't blame you. I wouldn't either if I was in your shoes. In fact, I have never met a person who naturally wants to serve God. Man's "w...