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Several years ago in an interview during his battle with cancer, theologian Francis Schaeffer said, “The only way to be foolishly happy in this world is to be young enough, well enough, and have money enough—and not give a care about other people. But as soon as you don’t have any of the first three, or if you have compassion for the weeping world around you, then it is impossible to have the foolish kind of happiness that I believe some Christians present as Christianity.” Francis Schaeffer quoted in Our Daily Bread, July 23, 1997, 10,000 sermon illustrations. 2000 (electronic ed.). Biblical Studies Press: Dallas


"What is our greatest need in life? Is it to be happy? We may long for a change in our circumstances, and sometimes that’s what we get. But a changed life is our deepest need. Changed circumstances may make us happier, but a changed life will make us better, for it will make us like Christ." Our Daily Bread, July 23, 1997, 10,000 sermon illustrations. 2000 (electronic ed.). Biblical Studies Press: Dallas

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