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Finding Joy in Others Success

Good morning Ekklesia,

In our journey of faith, it's easy to become focused on our own needs and desires, sometimes losing sight of the joy in others' blessings. However, the Bible teaches us a different approach—one rooted in love, mercy, and grace.

Consider Romans 12:15, which says, "Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn." This verse encourages us to share in the happiness of others, reflecting the communal nature of God's love.

Learning to be genuinely happy for others is a beautiful expression of our faith. It acknowledges that God's goodness and blessings are not limited. When we see someone else receiving grace, success, or joy, it doesn't diminish our own. Instead, it is a testament to the abundance of God's love.

Remember, God’s love is vast and His grace is boundless. In 2 Corinthians 9:8, Paul writes, "And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work." This promise assures us that God’s provision is sufficient for everyone. When we trust in His plan, we can celebrate others' victories without fear or envy.

By rejoicing with others, we align ourselves with God's heart. We become vessels of His love, demonstrating that His mercy and grace extend through us to touch others' lives. It's in this selfless joy that we find our own hearts enriched and our spirits lifted.

"Lord, teach your Ekklesia to rejoice with those who rejoice. Fill our hearts with genuine happiness for the blessings You bestow on others. Help us to trust in Your abundant love, knowing that Your grace is sufficient for all. Transform our envy into encouragement, our jealousy into joy, and our self-focus into selfless love. In Jesus' name, Amen."

As we go presa forward today, let us seek opportunities to celebrate others' successes. In doing so, we reflect God's infinite love and become partakers in the abundant life He promises to all His children.

LoveUmorethanUknow Stephän Kirby


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