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The Pursuit Of Happiness

April 22nd, 2010 Posted in OC, Pastor's corner, sermons, worldview

Happiness. It is something we all want, but few find.

Why is that? British Pastor Martin Lloyd Jones summed it up this way:

Seek for happiness and you will never find it. Seek righteousness and you will discover you are happy. It will be there without your knowing it, without your seeking it.

That is so true, and I want to explore that tonight in my message, “The Pursuit of Happiness,” at our Bible study in Orange County. It is based on the teachings of Jesus from what we call The Beatitudes, which is the point of entry for the greatest message ever preached, the Sermon on the Mount.

Billy Graham

I just returned from Charlotte,North Carolina for the reopening of the fantastic Billy Graham Library, which is something you really ought to see. I will tell you more about it tomorrow.

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One Response to “The Pursuit Of Happiness”

  1. Anesa Cronin says:

    Thought you might appreciate this quote since you spoke on Matt. 5:10-12 today.

    I believe that pluralistic secularism, in the long run, is a more deadly poison than straightforward persecution.
    Francis Schaeffer

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