Scripture commands us to pursue joyfulness. This means at least two things: First, that this is something that it is right and good to pursue; Second, that it is something possible to pursue. That’s a very encouraging set of implications. But, what does it mean to pursue joy? How can we do so in a world full of suffering and sickness and sorrow? Find out in this introduction the Book of Philippians focused on one of the books most important instructions: “Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice.” (Phillippians 4:4).
The Series Continues!
To hear part two (The Privileges and Responsibilities of a Joyful Christian Philippians 1:27-30) click here.
To hear part three (A Unified and Joyful Church Philippians 2:1-4) click here.