What is it about rejoicing that would cause the Holy Spirit to direct us to do it from the beginning to the end of the Bible? To answer the question we must first define the meaning and the reason a person might rejoice. Webster says to rejoice is; "to give joy to; to cheer; to gladden; to exult; to triumph. That is what Peter, Paul, John, James, and multitudes of others have done, sometimes in the most difficult situations and that is what we are instructed to do daily. Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say Rejoice!!
We are to rejoice in worshiping God;
For the wonderful place God gave us to live.
With the wife of our youth.
With our children In our labors
In triumphs In failures
In all things!
Rejoice as you read the stories, poems and other writings; some will make you laugh, some will make you cry, but all will point your heart to God and His Son Jesus, the anointed one, Christ. Feel free to download and print those that will help you or a loved one draw closer to God.
Bless you in the name of Jesus our redeemer
John and Nita Raye Dumke