I love to laugh! I consider it a great day if I laugh, cry, and get my emotions moved! God gave us these emotions!
Whether you giggle, tee-hee, or gut wrenching laugh-Laughter is one language we all speak!. You don’t have to learn to laugh either. It’s a skill you’re born with. Babies start to laugh when they’re only about three months old.
Real laughter is one of those things that just happens. Something seems funny, and before you can even think “that’s funny”, your brain has you laughing. Laughter is also contagious. If you hear someone laughing, chances are, you’ll soon be laughing too. Some people even claim laughter can heal you — like medicine. Scientists aren’t sure about that, but we do know that laughter is fun, helps you make friends, and makes you feel good inside.
It heals our heart and gives us joy. God even tells us there is a time to laugh (Ecclesiastes 3:4). But there’s a huge difference between laughing with someone and laughing at someone. Don’t use laughter like a weapon to hurt others or to tear them down. Always try to treat others the way you want them to treat you (Luke 6:31) — and nobody likes to be laughed at!
Laughter is a gift, and it’s meant to be shared. A funny story and a good joke might be just the medicine a friend needs during a tough day. And we really need some joy during these difficult days!
We invite you to WORSHIP WITH US THIS FRIDAY NIGHT AT 7PM! We have plenty of room to social distance and we have hand sanitizers available as well to ensure your safety and security.
Pastor Dickie and Tammy