Can You Make Yourself Rejoice? – Philippians 4:4

Can You Make Yourself Rejoice?

Can you make yourself rejoice? Why would Paul command us to rejoice if joy was the opposite of sadness? What is it about “joy” that makes it such a popular command in scripture? And how can we walk in joy or rejoice, always? Mike shows us from this passage how to let joy rule in our hearts. Also, make sure and sign up for our January Marketplace Mission Trip, ( Sign up by 1/19 to join the 1/20 trip.

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