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Happiness

Happiness

by Randy Alcorn

Indisputable proof that God not only wants us to be happy -- He commands it.

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

In today's culture, the vast majority of Christians are perceived as angry, judgmental people who don't seem to derive any joy from life whatsoever. So, why aren't we happy?

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Read an Excerpt From "Happiness"

"Until Christ completely cures us and this world, our happiness will be punctuated by times of great sorrow. But that doesn’t mean we can’t be predominantly happy in Christ." ~from the book

"Happiness" Discussion Questions

No. 1: Does the Bible say God is Happy?

Happiness vs. Holiness: A Q&A With Randy Alcorn

Happiness vs. Holiness: A Q&A With Randy Alcorn

"Holiness doesn't mean abstaining from pleasure; holiness means recognizing Jesus as the source of life's greatest pleasure." ~Randy Alcorn

Randy Alcorn's Blog

Randy Alcorn's Blog

Author of more than 40 books and the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries blogs about life, death, and everything in between.

A Belief in a Happy Afterlife Brings Us Great Happiness in the Present

A Belief in a Happy Afterlife Brings Us Great Happiness in the Present

"The doctrine of the New Heaven and New Earth is not simply about our future happiness; it is central to our present happiness."

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There's No Punchy Shortcut to Feeling Good

There's No Punchy Shortcut to Feeling Good

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Pursuing happiness seems like knitting with steam. The harder we work at it, the more quickly it evaporates right through our fingers. Author Randy Alcorn might agree.

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