Today I woke up thinking about a little conversation I had recently with some children.
We thought together in two situations much seen everywhere.
They are, sadness and joy.
First I asked for smaller of the two situations which they preferred?
Logically the answer I got was the same as expected.
Well, hardly a person in a normal, choose the other option.
This is because the desire of each man or woman, child, young or old, feel happy and manisfestar joy inside and outside himself.
Well, my second question was:
Where do you live the joy?
They were silent for a few seconds until one of the little ones, about four or five years only, said aloud:
Yes, soon had many, one on each little face!
Logically he made an association JOY = SMILE, and is not exactly the epitome of all joy?
Who smiled sincerely expressed happiness!
I took them to the Word of God in Psalm 16:11
"... In thy presence is fullness of joy ..."
Only he who has found true joy could teach us the way and address it, that David did.
We found the home of our friend as desired!
It is where God is!
That is not true?
Everyone who has the opportunity to make known to God and seek to know Him understand what the psalmist tells us.
God brings us joy over all the sorrows!
Our grief can not resist the coming of the Lord!
My third and last question was and where can we find God?
I made a quick chat ball well with children:
God is in our homes?
You are in the streets?
On the desktop?
Us in cars?
When we walk the bike?
In heaven we see?
In deeper rivers and seas?
God is OMNIPRESENT!
In the place where we are, we can cry and feel God close to us!
So if in the Presence of God exists plenty of joy, we can conclude that you and I and everyone we face daily opportunities to rejoice!
Feel joy in every moment, in small and large diversity of life ... whether there is life, God is there and He is there where plenty of joy ....
Simply just believe!
Smile, He loves you!
Even if everything goes wrong, only that statement above is reason for eternal happiness!
God promises us:
"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning."