What makes God happy?

A lot of people think of God as a sadistic, masochist, and narcissistic God.

After all, people claim that He killed millions if not billions of people throughout history.

However, if we really read through the Bible and understand misunderstood Bible verses, we will soon see that Yahweh actually is a merciful, loving, and gracious God.

So, you might ask, what makes God happy?

A lot of people don’t know but you can know.

You don’t have to guess.

The Bible plainly tells us.

We see the answer in Luke 12:32:

“Do not fear, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.”

As we can see, it is our Father’s pleasure, not just pleasure, but GOOD pleasure to give us the Kingdom of God.

The Most High doesn’t feel happy to punish us. 

What He wants to see is for us to obey Him and be part of His Family.

Don’t believe the lies of Satan that says God is out there eager to kill us on the judgment day.

No, that’s not true.

Instead, He is eager to give us the Kingdom and with great joy, He will tell us:

Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord” (Matthew 25:23).

If you wish to learn more, please read, “Angry at God: 7 Things to Remember.”

Video of the week

Did you know that there’s one particular verse in the Bible that tells you whether you will be in God’s Kingdom or not? If you want to learn more, watch, “What Does it Mean to Put your Hand on the Plow and Look Back (Luke 9:62)?

Daily Bible Reading

You probably have already learned that I started the Daily Bible Reading. This is a program that typically includes a 1-minute, full-of-inspiration blog. If all goes well, I plan to publish every day.

If in case you missed the daily blogs in the past few days, here are the 1-minute blogs from the Daily Bible Reading so far, from March 2-11:

  1. Are you trustworthy?
  2. Do your part 
  3. Things will get worse 
  4. Give God the minor things of your life
  5. Stubbornness 
  6. The Ten Plagues 
  7. Crossing the Rubicon 
  8. Crossing the Red Sea 
  9. Who is your authority? 
  10.  Is God making you wait?

Books for Greatness

Here are some of the best blogs from my other website, Books for Greatness:

  1. Carnegie’s 5 Reasons You Should Stop Being Critical to Others
  2. 101 Extraordinary Books to Read in a Lifetime
  3. Why Making a Decision Now will Make Your Life Better in the Future 

Final words

There you have it, that’s the week in a glance. I pray that you have a wonderful and great week ahead!

May the Father keep you and help you, Joshua.

Until He comes,

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