Bite of Bread

Bite of Bread: Bible Reading Plan on Joy



Joy. It’s more than happy.

Happy relies on good circumstances that can crumble in a moment. But joy.

Joy bubbles from deep places and does not rely on the fleeting satisfaction this world offers.

Joy isn’t something we can force or muster. It simply is a fruit of the Spirit.

Grab a pen, jot down these verses and meet each day with the source of eternal joy.

Bite of bread Joy


The winner of the “Redemption of the Commons” is Gaye Roberts who commented and shared the post on our Fellowship Page! Thanks to all of you who commented. Congratulations Gaye!

With purpose,



  1. […] enjoy the Bite of Bread, the short weekly Bible Reading Plan I post every Monday. I know that for many of us, that’s […]

  2. Cheryl Johnston

    The women in one of our home study groups have been reading One Thousand Gifts and watching Ann Voskamp share through the video lessons…what a blessing. The book has changed us too see opportunities for “eucharisteo” in everything, and continually. What a blessing. The joy of the Lord truly is our strength. When we practice the discipline of slowing down enough to “be where your feet are” we see with totally new eyes. Thanks for the great reminder, Andy. See you soon at Florida Christian Writers Conference!

  3. I needed these joy vitamins. Blessings.

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