Perpetuated oblivion and incessant happiness is only an illusion when one does not know God. There is an imperative nature to believe in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, due to that fact that He is our only way to God, the Father. We must acknowledge this notion and following according to His Will.
In Matthew 11:27, our Lord says, “My Father has entrusted everything to me. No one truly knows the Son except the Father, and no one truly knows the Father except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him”.
In this day in age, there are no excuses as to why one would not believe in Jesus except for being cold of heart and incapable of going beyond one’s conceited mind. There is talk about this concept of happiness and bliss that many try to seek with relentless passions. It is fascinating how those who are without the Lord, seek contentment and only find the type of happiness that dissipates after initial usage. This kind of quick-to-vanish joy is what happens to water when a human tries to pick it up.
In John 14:6, Jesus says, “I am the way, the truth, and the Life. No one can come to the Father except through Me”.
Beloved remember that it is only through our Lord Jesus that we can find happiness and actually retain it for the long-term. Those who are without our Lord will think they are happy when in fact they are miserable and sad on the inside. It is a huge gift and honor to know our Lord Jesus.
Our Heavenly Father, who listens to us when we pray and helps us when we need it, needs to be appreciated. Our Lord Jesus will stand by our sides when all leave us. It is Jesus who catches us when we are about to fall. In addition, if we fall, Jesus is the only one who helps us up.
Happiness and the pursuit of it, is a relative anomaly. There is no happiness or bliss without the love and compassion given to us from our Lord. And through this love and compassion, we must spread it as our Lord has done.
If you truly want to be happy and rid yourself of hate, sorrow and lament, then try talking to our Lord. Through consistent prayer, repentance and the spreading of decency to others, we all can be happy. Perhaps this happiness is not as we imagined but something strong and sustaining that will never end.