Choosing Joy

Choosing Joy

The Secret to Living A Fully Christian Life

Book - 2012
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What is joy? Ask ten different people and you'll get ten different answers. Yet if you asked: a man who grew up fatherless and destitute in the slums of Atlanta a young widow who decided to bring a neglected garden back to life in spite of agonizing physical pain and a deeply wounded spirit or author Dan Lord himself, ex-frontman for a popular indie rock band each would point to the one source of their joy: Jesus. They made the choice for joy, against all odds, and so can you, though the obstacles might seem insurmountable. Worry and anxiety, pain and suffering, the daily grind-all these and more can block your path. When faced with such challenges, is it possible to get past the barriers, let go, and experience God's joy? When you look around, you might wonder - although joy is a fruit of the Spirit, it doesn't seem to be hanging visibly from many Christian boughs. Choosing Joy aims to change that - and change your life in the process - as it helps you discover the key to this most attractive but seemingly elusive gift. Choosing Joy will help you overcome the obstacles and focus your heart, mind, and strength on God so that you can receive the happiness and peace that the world cannot give. Book jacket.
Publisher: Huntington, Ind. : Our Sunday Visitor, c2012.
ISBN: 9781612785745
Branch Call Number: 248.482 LORD
Characteristics: 142 p. ; 21 cm.

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Feb 06, 2015

Quite an interesting little book with some fresh perspectives on joy. I am sure it is a result of the authors unique past that makes this such a fine read.

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