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Have Fun In The Kingdom
March 22, 2013

Fun Christianity
Salt & Light Volume X, Issue 13 by D. Scott Prindle

"And people should eat and drink and enjoy the fruits of their labor, for these are gifts from God. " (Ecclesiastes 3:13)

Greetings,

Fun In The Kingdom
When you see the words fun, and Christian used in the same sentence, how does that make you feel?

Religion has tainted our thinking to some degree with the lurking thought that Christians shouldn't have too much fun.

But let's get real. Do you plan your vacation so it will be boring, miserable, and gloomy, or do you try to make it as enjoyable as possible?

Consider this scripture; "Their trust should be in God, who richly gives us all we need for our enjoyment." (1 Timothy 6:17)

Many of us take a Spring Break from our careers, so take a quick break right now and enjoy this short clip.

We're skiing with some friends, which is always a favorite Spring Break activity. What a joy to serve the living God. He richly gives us all we need for our enjoyment!

It takes time and income to enjoy the fruits of your labor. We are grateful to God everyday that we have found a way to have both while serving Him.

Grateful Hearts
There are many who serve the Lord in difficult situations. They face severe persecution, but their joy is even greater because the cost is greater.

They have grateful hearts because they know their reward will be great in heaven. Never take for granted where God has placed you. Have a grateful heart.

Check out some of these amazing locations. Share your favorite spring break trip with us on this page and upload your photos too.
scott & laurie prindle

Love Never Fails,
Scott & Laurie Prindle
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