What I Learned About Happiness in 60 Days!

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  1. Sheila, I love this. Thank you for sharing your review and I may have to get his book, and read it for myself. It is so true. As Christians we are all about joy, but even that is rather elusive to say the least. We almost shun happiness as if it is worldly, when in fact, isn’t it God who created that emotion too? We have all heard it said that laughter is good medicine, as well as music and dance and other positive activities. Sounds like displays of happiness to me. I know since I read “One Thousand Gifts” by Ann VosKamp, I have really been trying to focus on all that I have to be thankful for and that in turn takes me from gloom and doom to positive and yes, even happy. Thanks for sharing. Have a lovely weekend. – Amy

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi Amy,
      I’m sorry for the delay in response I was away, but I appreciate your comment! I loved your comment about isn’t it God who created emotion. Yes, otherwise how would we know the difference between sadness, happiness, anger, love! It is such a lie from the enemy to make us believe one of the beautiful gifts of our emotions is perverted when in fact it is the enemy who is perverted and always trying to skew our thought process.

  2. I love the sounds of this devotional! I am always so focused on being joyful, and I think happiness gets overlooked a lot. I too have been told to regard happiness warily, but maybe it is time I rethink that stance!

    • Sheila Rhodes says:

      Hi, Vivienne!
      It is a wonderful book and truly makes you think about Happiness in a different perspective. Thanks for stopping by!

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