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  • The Source Of Joy Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 26, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,035 views

    Most of us would say that we are joyful when something good happens to us or someone we love. But the source of our joy does not come from circumstances. Learn where the real sources of joy come from.

    Where does joy come from? Probably most of us would say that we are joyful when something good happens to us or someone we love. That would be a mistake. The source of our joy does not come from circumstances. Such thinking results in up and down Christians - dependant on the whims of the moment ...read more

  • Sources Of Joy

    Contributed by Arlen Payne on Sep 1, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 2,335 views

    Because we have trusted in the Lord, we, of all people should have joy.

    Sources of Joy Psalm 5:11 Intro. Because we have trusted in the Lord, we, of all people should have joy. -Certainly there will be those hard times. -Even so, in the Lord we have Joy. -Jesus said, “These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, ...read more

  • The Elements Of Joy Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Dec 12, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,297 views

    What is your source of Joy.

    The Elements of Joy Philippians 1:3-8 Intro. People today are consumed by the pursuit of happiness. Self help books, motivational speakers, and advice columnists claim to offer the key to happiness, but for many people the door remains locked. Unable to control their circumstances, these ...read more

  • The End Of The Message Series

    Contributed by Hugh W. Davidson on Apr 15, 2009
     | 3,187 views

    This is the end of the upper room discourse

    The end of the message John 16:23-33 One guy said, “I’m really concerned about my wife. She walks around the house talking to herself all day long.” His friend asked, “Does she know you can hear her?” He said, “That’s the funny part. She thinks I’m actually ...read more

  • Am I Repeating Myself? Series

    Contributed by Jay Patton on May 20, 2002
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,222 views

    This is a sermon about the importance of finding your source of joy in Christ and Christ alone.

    Introduction: A Preacher’s Verse – 1 Peter 1:12-14, I don’t mind repeating myself because Peter did, and so did Paul as we see today. READ SCRIPTURE/PRAY Background: Paul’s shifting from giving us Godly examples to follow to warning us about falling prey to false teachings which will certainly ...read more

  • The Elements Of Joy Series

    Contributed by Ronald Thorington on Jan 1, 2008
     | 863 views

    The sermon speaks the source of joy, and the first element of joy, the joy of recollection.

    #3, 4-1-7 Elements of Joy (1) Text; Philippians 1:1-4 Introduction; Joy in Christ, in the NT verb rejoice used 96 times, joy 59 times Review; Paul’s greetings to the church v1-2 I. Paul a bond-servant of Christ A. Christ being Lord a major emphasis in Paul’s writings B. Being a ...read more

  • What Would Jesus Say To Those Whose Well Has Run Dry?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Aug 30, 2002
    based on 151 ratings
     | 23,260 views

    This message on reclaiming joy in your life deals with the sources of joy as well as paths toward recovering joy in your life.

    - When we’re stressed and distressed by the state of our lives, we find ourselves in pathetic condition: - we’re irritated by even the smallest inconveniences and problems, - we rarely laugh, - we’re quick to snap at people, - we flop into bed each night, exhausted, - we have no joy ...read more

  • Pentecost: Promises Kept

    Contributed by Ken Pell on May 27, 2012
     | 2,126 views

    Pentecost is more than just the historical birthday for the church; it is the source of joy, presence, and power for us today.

    PENTECOST: PROMISES KEPT! Acts 1:1-8, 2:1-47 Big idea: Pentecost is more than just the historical birthday for the church; it is the source of joy, presence, and power for us today. INTRO Today is “Pentecost Sunday.” In the Old Testament, Pentecost ("the Fiftieth ...read more

  • The Joy Of...

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Dec 30, 2013
     | 1,625 views

    A sermon on the joy of Jesus and how we are to follow His example of Joy (Outline and material adapted from an article by Robert Lee in Pulpit Helps)

    HoHum: There was once a young boy who went to spend the week with his grandfather on the farm. While walking around he noticed the chickens, they were scratching and playing around. The little lad said, “They ain’t got it”. Next he saw a colt in the field playing and kicking up ...read more

  • Joyride - Pt. 2 - Jesus' Ped Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Aug 13, 2013
     | 3,150 views

    We have the right to pursue happiness. However, we soon discover that happiness is fleeting. Joy is better, but how do you find, obtain and keep it?

    Joyride - Pt. 2 – Jesus' P.E.D. I. Introduction Life is up and down. Loops, turns, cliff like drops. Our life often feels much like one of those white knuckle, scream your lungs out, lose your lunch type of amusement rides! It is into that type of experience that Jesus came onto the scene ...read more

  • Ode To Joy Series

    Contributed by David Welch on May 2, 2018
     | 276 views

    Last message (33) from Philippians. This message is an overview of the lessons learned from Paul's letter demonstrating the true source of joy in life.

    Chico Alliance Church “Ode to Joy” An “ode” is a lyrical poem meant to be sung. Paul didn’t intend his letter to be sung but the music of the letter is clear. Certain pieces of music weave carefully crafted repeated musical themes or melodic phrases thorough the entire piece. Paul wove ...read more

  • Good News

    Contributed by Scott Spencer on Dec 7, 2014
     | 1,145 views

    Good news, which is to be the greatest source of joy for your hurting, searching heart: In the city of David, a child was born for you! A Savior, Who is Christ, the Lord! Rejoice.

    (Luke 2:1-11) 1. Now in those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus, that a census be taken of all the inhabited earth. 2. This was the first census taken while Quirinius was governor of Syria. 3. And everyone was on his way to register for the census, each to his own ...read more

  • The Full Measure Of Joy Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Sep 5, 2005
    based on 26 ratings
     | 4,206 views

    We need to know the what and why of this joy—what true joy is all about and why joy is a mark of believers. The source of joy is not found in this world; it is external, from Above.

    “The Full Measure of Joy” Pastor Bob Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts “I am coming to You now, but I say these things while I am still in the world, so that they may have My full measure of joy fulfilled within them” (John 17:13). It may seem surprising, but ...read more

  • Looking For Pennies

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Nov 19, 2001
    based on 26 ratings
     | 2,069 views

    Looking for Pennies (story from Annie Dillard) is important because: 1. The created world is a window into the heart of God. 2. The created world provides opportunities to praise the goodness of God. 3. The created world is a source of joy for thankful

    Annie Dillard, in her wonderful Pulitzer Prize winning book Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, tells a story about pennies. It was in her chapter entitled “Seeing” that I read her wonderful childhood story. I will let her tell it in her own words: “When I was six or seven years old, growing up in ...read more

  • Redemptive Relationships: Marriage Series

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Sep 21, 2003
    based on 84 ratings
     | 25,559 views

    Marriage becomes redemptive when we understand: 1. It is to be a model of our relationship with Christ. 2. It is where we learn to love and be loved. 3. It is intended to be a source of joy.