by Fred Lowery

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Laugh Your Way Happy (9 of 11)
Series: Are You Happy Now?
Dr. Fred Lowery
October 25, 2009
Proverbs 15:30; Proverbs 17:22; Proverbs 15:15b

If you are here let me see your hand. I don’t know if I want to do humor with this crowd or not. This lady dressed up to go to this deal and she had to take her son by the Cub Scouts and he had his lizard in a jar. And somehow the lid got off and the lizard got out. And somehow the lizard got on momma’s leg. And she is screaming and sliding off the road with the car and jumps out and is doing all these moves and a man sees her and thinks she is having a seizure. He stops and throws her to the ground and tries to depress her tongue and then another man saw what he was doing and he thought he was molesting her so he starts beating the guy up. And in the process the lizard got away. So you’ve been in confusion where you lost your lizard and in that situation it was not funny at the time but later I promise you everybody laughed about that. Because humor is so important in life. Let me just ask you how often do you laugh. How many of you think you laugh 5 times a day? Let me see your hand. How many of you think you laugh 10 times a day? 15 times a day? 25 times a day? 50 times a day? God bless both of you. Well I’m really encouraged, how long has it been since you’ve had a really just a deep belly laugh. I mean side splitting, gut busting, and tear in the eyes belly laugh? How long has it been since you’ve had one of those? Has it been long? You know you need one of those at least before breakfast. I don’t know how you’re going to get it but it helps you if you get one of those before breakfast. The average child and the average adult, which one laughs the most? The average adult laughs six times a day. That makes me feel good about this crowd because evidently you are either lying or you laugh more than the average. So, I hope it is the latter. The average adult laughs six times a day. The average c ...

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