Joy After the Fire

Since “joy” is our theme this year, I have been contemplating how to recognize and implement joy in my life. We have all been taught that happiness is fleeting but joy is soul-deep, springing up in our spirit by the Holy Spirit Himself. And we know that joy is a part of the fruit of the Spirit. But how do I get that knowledge incorporated into my everyday life? I have never been one to think of myself as a spiritual giant, but have pursued that relationship with Christ that makes me rightly related to Him.

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About Lois Seadore

I am married to Al Seadore, have four grown children, four granddaughters, and one grandson. At present we are serving in a church in Marquette, KS. I have always loved teaching small groups of women and God is allowing me to do that. A few years ago I was asked to lead worship at a state park ministry. I asked God to make me a woman of worship in my whole life, which He continues to do. Now I enjoy leading the worship at Marquette and at occasional outreaches. Perhaps my biggest joy is interceding for others.

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