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Joyce Meyer

Fight for Your Hope

The enemy wants you to be consumed with hopelessness and will tell you lies about yourself, your life, other people, and even about God. But remember: The devil is a liar. You can fight for your hope.  read more

Make God's Thoughts Your Thoughts

Joyce Meyer reminds us that we can't live in victory unless we realize there is power in what we say. Here's how to align your thoughts and words with God's.  read more

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How to Fight and Win

Victory is sure if you’ll rely on God’s Word more than your feelings. Here's how to win every time.  read more

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How to Trust God In the Face of Temptation

We need to pay close attention to the temptations we face in our daily life, because whatever we yield to repeatedly, we become a slave to—good or bad. Learn how to trust God despite evil temptation.  read more

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Fickle Feelings

You don’t have to arrange your life around what’s unreliable, Joyce Meyere encourages. read more

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Reaching the Promised Land

Is your attitude causing you to journey in the wilderness longer than you should? Joyce Meyer says if you are facing a struggle in you life, perhaps the problem isn't what you think it is. read more

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Pleasing God First

Joyce Meyer teaches on how following the Holy Spirit’s leading can break the tyranny of people-pleasing. read more
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The Change of Mind That Changed My Life

Someone once said, “When you’re finished changing, you’re finished.” Change is a part of life. It’s also uncomfortable and can be scary. Here are a few facts about change:

It’s a process. And it’s often a lengthy one that requires long-term commitment.

It’s frightening. Even though we usually want change, we also like to be in control. But we have to be willing to let go of something to move toward something new—without knowing exactly what the new thing will be like.

It takes action. It comes when we confront our fears. read more

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The Cure for a Stressed-Out Life

How would you like to live every day like you were on  vacation, as if it were a day away from work? You can, if you’ll learn how to really enter God’s rest.

My life used to be one big struggle. I was unhappy about almost everything and difficult to get along with because of the abuse I endured during my childhood.

In the early years of my marriage, I wanted Dave to be miserable because I was miserable. And it just about drove me crazy when he stayed happy while I was unhappy. He refused to join my pity parties and accept my negative perspective of life, and it made me mad. read more

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When Will God Answer My Prayer?

Have you ever spent weeks—even years—praying about one specific thing and still found yourself wondering, When is God going to answer this prayer? If so, I know exactly how you feel.

When I pray, I really want my prayers to be answered. I know faith, patience and timing all are in the mix, but sooner or later I need to hear from God.

The fact is, He gives us some pretty outrageous promises in His Word about prayer. If you’re not seeing the fruit of those promises and if you’re still in the waiting period, I encourage you to simply ask why.

At several times in my life I’ve had to get honest with myself and say: “OK, God, I see what the Word says. Why isn’t it working for me?” 

Each time, God has led me to ask myself three very direct questions. I believe they can also help you to find the answers you’ve been seeking. read more

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The Key to Contentment

Psst ... need a clue? Check your heart.

Are you a content, satisfied, joyful Christian? If you are, can you say that you are consistently content, satisfied and joyful? I know few Christians who are consistently content. I used to be one of the discontent.

I grew up in an abusive situation and experienced a lot of disappointment, discouragement and discontentment because of it. For many years I believed good things wouldn’t happen to me and that it was better to expect nothing so I wouldn’t be disappointed. Well, it didn’t work, and I was still miserable anyway. See, I was expecting nothing, and nothing is what I got.

It was a breakthrough for me when I realized that God truly loves me unconditionally and has good plans for my life. He wants to bless me and be good to me. But He also wants me to trust Him and put my expectation in Him so He can do great things in my life. read more

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