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Summary of sermon: The sermon was written in 1976 by Benedek Ágoston. He started as a Unitarian minister in the town of Beszterce, but in 1959 he was arrested by the Romanian Secret Service (Securitat) of the communist state, and on charge of anti-state activities he was sentenced to hard labor camp. He was released in 1963, and then he worked with the congregations of Homoródjánosfalva, Nagyenyed, and Kolozsvár. This sermon was written several years after his release; he used the Bible text of Psalms 32:11. The sermon explains that the true joy in our life is coming from honorable humane behavior, in-depth thinking, support of our neighbors, and the carrying out of good deeds. Benedek Ágoston passed away in 2002.