You will not have joy, but aside of tee-break stories of sectarians and householder it is the joy opposite householder-joy/satisfaction:
"And what are the six kinds of household joy [in MN137] ? The joy that arises when one regards as an acquisition the acquisition of idea cognizable by the intelect — agreeable, pleasing, charming, endearing, connected with worldly baits — or when one recalls the previous acquisition of such forms after they have passed, ceased, & changed: That is called household joy. (Similarly with form, sounds, smells, tastes, tactile & sensations).
It's archived when leaving home, having gained higher right view, and steady when gained non-return.
And once gained one does no more take what is not given and provides what is the deal to make use of something for ones gain.
The Sutta is given for distinction, that one knows the different intellectually and put it into prove, and certain explainings are given by the translator as well.
"'With regard to them, depending on this, abandon that': thus was it said. And in reference to what was it said?
As in regard of "To whom was the Sutta directed?": Those who have left home/house.
[Note: this is a gift of Dhamma, not thought for trade, stakes, exchanges or other gains subject toward decay and should be deleted if it's not giften to give in Dhammic conditions]