Ecclesiastes 1:2;2:21-23; Psalms 95:1-2,6-9; Colossians 3:1-5,9-11; Luke 12:13-21
Once upon a time there was a king who had everything the world had to offer — all that money could buy, plus absolute power over his people. But despite all the money and power and prestige he possessed, he had a major problem. He was not happy. And so he summoned the wisest of wise men in all his kingdom and asked them to provide him with a solution to his problem. “I want to be happy,” he said. “I command you to tell me how to achieve happiness!”
After consulting with one another, the wisest of all the wise men in the kingdom came up with a solution to the king’s problem. “You must find a truly happy man in your kingdom, take his shirt from him and wear it yourself. Then, you too will be happy.”
So the king dispatched his elite horsemen to every corner of the kingdom in search of a truly happy man and, eventually, they found one. The…
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