Sunday, March 22, 2009

More about joy

Deepest Joy

The following is really quite radical. Can you imagine not being able to imagine anything better for yourself than what actually is? That's what this is about when you examine it carefully and ponder its meaning and message:
I am to be so content with God’s will in every event, so pleased that his will is being done, that this fact means more to me than all he might ever use me for or give to me…. Truly, I am so content with all God does,… that there is not a cent’s worth of difference between my condition and the best I could imagine for myself…. You will have peace to the extent that you have God, and the further you are away from God the less you will be at peace…. Perfectly to will what God wills, to want what He wants, is to have joy; but if one’s will is not quite in unison with God’s, there is no joy. May God help us to be in tune with Him! Amen.

1 comment:

  1. I loved this! It is true. Marilyn


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