a high degree of pleasure or enjoyment; joy; rapture: She takes great delight in her job.
something that gives great pleasure: The dance was a delight to see. –verb (used with object)
to give great pleasure, satisfaction, or enjoyment to; please highly: The show delighted everyone. –verb (used without object)
to have great pleasure; take pleasure (fol. by in or an infinitive): She delights in going for long walks in the country.
So I have all these thoughts about "What's happening next?" I have desires to hold on to what I know and what is familiar and at the same time I dream about what I could do next. All this to say that I have many wishes about what I want, but I realize that life will only be full of wanting and dissatisfaction unless I place my delight in the Lord. I will delight in Him and all His blessings!
Really,....even now at this moment the first thing I can say I delight in is His saving grace on my life and the most awesome parents, brother and sister. (of course we musn't forget Gucci)
I am truly rich :)
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