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Find Happy

07 May 2022 - 25 June 2022

It’s incredible that the very first subject Jesus chose to teach on, was how we can “Find Happy”. I guess He knows that every one of us is searching for how we can truly be happy. Often our happiness is tied to external circumstances. God’s way to happiness is completely different to ours and as we journey through the Beatitudes, we’ll soon discover that we can be happy even in the worst of circumstances. ⁠


Happy are the poor in spirit

07 May 2022   |   Wesley Lorentz
When we are poor in spirit, we can’t do it on our own. There’s nothing we can DO to earn God’s favour. God’s grace is all you need. His power works best in weakness.

Happy are the humble

21 May 2022   |   Walter de Wet
Culture tells us that humility is weak… but the truth is that humility gives us the opportunity to learn and grow, to find meaning and purpose in life.

Happy are those who hunger and thirst

28 May 2022   |   Jordan Ferdinandus
Why do we choose to put our faith in something that will satisfy us for only a moment, rather than placing our faith in a God that can meet all our needs?

Happy are the merciful

04 June 2022   |   Wesley Lorentz
Justice is getting what you deserve. Mercy is not getting what you deserve. Grace is getting what you don’t deserve. How do we live out mercy? Who should I give mercy to?

Happy are the pure in Heart

11 June 2022   |   Wesley Lorentz
What does it mean to be pure in heart? Purity is genuine, authentic. If your lack of integrity is robbing you of your happiness. Is Jesus saying you can only be happy when you’re living an uncontaminated life, full of integrity? How do we even achieve that?

Happy are the peacemakers

18 June 2022   |   Urzalia Lorentz
Peacemaking means actively seeking to reconcile and create peace. It sounds good, but don’t we prefer to have the final say in an argument than to find a way to resolve conflict?

Happy are the persecuted

25 June 2022   |   Wesley Lorentz
Can anyone really find happy, when they are persecuted, insulted, or judged unfairly?