The question “Am I enjoying God?” still blows my mind. We can and should enjoy God. In his presence is fullness of joy. He doesn’t have a drop of joy or a thimble-full of joy. The fullest extent of joy is found in his presence—and yet I often find myself seeking joy in every place but with him. I pray that we intentionally seek him out, not for his gifts, but who he is, today!
What does “enjoying God” mean to you?
How can you practically set aside time to enjoy him this week?
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Last month, my pastor challenged us to live a life of faith when we’re not at church. For months, many of us have been stuck inside, away from many of the distractions that often occupy our time, so what have we been doing with all of this quality time at home? My pastor encouraged us to have the same faith that we have at church when we’re gathered together in our own individual homes. After all, if we want to see freedom and healing and restoration in the world, it has to start with us first.
But then he asked a question that I wasn’t expecting. He asked, “Are you enjoying God in your home?”
I wasn’t ready for that question and I really didn’t know how to answer it. It’s hard for me to use the word “enjoyment” in a season of turmoil, chaos, and grief. I know that…
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