Contending for Contentment

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“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning” (Ps. 30:5, NKJV).

How’s it been going, my friend? Have you been enjoying some childlike moments with Jesus, even during the hard times our world is facing? His words to us on the subject bear repeating: If we want to enter into the fullness of the kingdom of heaven; if we want to enter into joy, we need to change and become increasingly like children. We need to let Holy Spirit mature us into childlikeness. Today we are going to talk about one more delightful result of this change process in our lives. It’s this: The more His joy grows in our spirits, the less room fear has to occupy on the inside of us.

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