This will make you want to be perpetually joyful

“Rejoice in the Lord always. Again, I say rejoice.” This is Philippians 4:4. You've heard it before. You've probably quoted it, but did you know it can actually help you be perpetually joyful? All you have to do is understand what it means and how it affects you as a Christian.

The Meaning
Paul, in this scripture, is telling us that we should not just be joyful. We should be joyful again, and again, and again, and again. It should be a perpetual joy.

The Context
You might be thinking, “How can I be perpetually joyful?” Skip up a few verses and you'll find that in the beginning of the chapter, Paul is telling us to stand steadfast in the Lord, and also to have a like mind with the Lord.

The Method
In order to be perpetually joyful, you must first have the strength to do it. Connect with the mind of the Lord. You can find the mind of Christ in  scripture. Read your Bible. He'll give you the strength to become perpetually joyful so that you can again be joyful, always in the Lord.

Are you ready to experience perpetual joy?