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“Set your heart on his Kingdom first, and on righteousness, and all these things will be given you as well ” (Mt. 6:33).

The United States Constitution affirms the people’s right to freely engage themselves in the “pursuit of happiness.” The New Testament — a collection of the greatest “self- help” books ever written — teaches people how to engage themselves in the “pursuit of happiness.” In so doing, the New Testament writers seem to be telling us that God has a sense of humor. The poet Robert Frost has expressed his understanding of this in a delightful couplet:

Forgive, O Lord, my little jokes
on Thee, And I’ll forgive Thy great big joke on me!

God’s great big…

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