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“‘. . . and from joy over it he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field’” (Matthew 13:44). Every man or woman desires basic joy in his or her life—a desire that all others directly or indirectly serve. We like to eat because tasty food brings joy and usually a feeling of good health to our bodies. We enjoy money because of the prospect of good and necessary things it can buy. Many of us also seek prestige, power, knowledge, and other advantages for the supposed joy they will bring. But all such joys are fleeting…

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