Sermons on Christian Hedonism
When worship is reduced to a duty, it ceases to exist.
We live in a superficially Christianized society where thousands of lost people think they do believe in Jesus.
God is a perfect Christian Hedonist. It makes him happy to be God and to show us mercy.
The challenge is great. God is greater. The rewards are a hundred times better than anything the world can offer.
When Satan huffs and puffs and tries to blow out the flame of your joy, you have an endless supply of kindling in the Word of God.
Prayer is the open admission that without Christ we can do nothing.
Marriage is a mystery—it contains and conceals a meaning far greater than what we see on the outside.
What you do with it—or desire to do with it—can make or break your happiness forever.
If you abandon the pursuit of full and lasting pleasure, you cannot love people or please God.
It dishonors God to treat him as a master in need of slave labor. What honors God is not slave labor, but childlike faith in his all-sufficiency.
God has given us the joy of spiritual sight so that we might spread the reputation of our eye doctor.
The humble Christian does not crave the praise of men. He longs for God to be praised and thanked and for truth to be honored.
You love Jesus and trust him and rejoice with joy inexpressible and full of glory. This is true Christianity.