Your Jesus Message of the Day: Let The Happiness of Others Be the Answer Jesus Gives You

Romans 15:2-3

Let each of us please his neighbor for his good, to build him up. For Christ did not please himself, but as it is written, “The reproaches of those who reproached you fell on me.”

In our happiness, we find our true calling, but do not mistake happiness as a concept that makes you alone feel good. To feel happy is to offer your service to others. To help, and support in times of struggle and strife, and to call upon Me through prayer to keep Me by your side when you require a love that never falters. If we each reached out to a neighbor, there would be no sadness in this world.

Psalm 94:19

When the cares of my heart are many, your consolations cheer my soul.

Filling an empty heart with acts of compassion is what keeps us together and offers a sense of belonging to the world. Emptiness derives from refusing to help oneself, or those around us, in the hope that we can maintain relations that match the values of the Lord and each verse written especially for Him.

Loving is easy when you know how, and the best way to learn is through Me. I do not reach out in fear, I reach out with love and devotion, expecting the same in return. Keep the challenges of making others happy a priority to you, and in this importance, you will find many ways to be thanked by those you have made a difference in the life of.

Jesus’ Love

As I ponder your work, I admire your courage and strength to put others before you, in the hope they will exude happiness. If they are in the dark, may you help them see the light that I offer you as your reward in compassion. I meditate on the kindness of you and will fill your cup with gratitude as a thank you for your endeavors.

In the Bible, it states I will ponder all your work, and meditate on your mighty deeds (eds (Psalm 77:12). This is your permission to go forth and inject radiance into those who currently have none, and life into those who seek it.

The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:31). It is I, the Lord, who does not ask any more of you than to simply love well, love fully, and in turn make others feel their worth and purpose. There is no happiness like those who are thirsty for it. Be the cup they drink from.

What Jesus Does For You

Facing Happiness Alone

Happiness, when shared, can be contagious. Happiness, when alone, can manifest in other emotions, such as thoughtfulness, serenity and feelings of ease. These will make a difference to the lives of those who seek it but inspiring them to be one and the same as you, and being the air, they need.

Learning The Value of Happiness

Happiness is a value not comparable to anything else, but crucially it is what others can sometimes seek but never find themselves. Learning to value it can bring those lost to the surface, and as they break the water, they discover it for themselves. Be their guide, as I am yours.

Allowing Happiness to Strengthen You

Without night, there is no day, and without sadness, there is no real meaning to happiness. If you want to be strengthened by happiness, you must learn to appreciate the coming over it as you overcome the dark beforehand. See the strength in moving from difficulties and into a period of calm and allow the transition to become an offering to people who need support.

Stay In Your Happiness

The plans I have for you are plans for welfare, and those of others too. As My love breathes life into you, let it be spread near and far, allowing all to succumb to the happiness My teachings offer. Staying in your happiness will determine your future be that of hope and prosperity, and not that of evil or unkindness. Spread joy as if it were crops and reap the harvest when it is ready.

Matthew 10:42

And whoever gives one of these little ones even a cup of cold water because he is a disciple, truly, I say to you, he will by no means lose his reward.”

“Be happiness, and let happiness be your guide to help both yourself, and your neighbor.”