As we worship the Lord, we release the emotional or mental burden that is weighing us down. Learn how worship will help you win the war for your soul.
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To find happiness, we need to first give iteven to those we dont think deserve it
The anointing of the Holy Spirit is meant for youbut you have to be ready for it
To have the abundant life God promises, you need to stay connected to your power source
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.
God wants to replace your fear with a confidence that comes from knowing who you really are in Christ.
You can learn to grow in difficult times as you abide in God's love.
If youve lost your fervor and vision, here's how you wake up.
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.
Religious hypocrisy is toxic to your spiritual health. If you have it, take Gods cure. Find out if you have it.
Joyce Meyer explains how to stop your emotions from leading you.
Victory is sure if youll rely on Gods Word more than your feelings. Here's how to win every time.
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 togood or bad. Learn how to trust God despite evil temptation.
God has crowned man with glory and favor, giving him dominion over the works of His hands. But are you walking in supernatural favor? Find out how to obtain it.
Think serving God is complicated? Heres how easy it really isand why that simplicity matters.
You dont have to arrange your life around whats unreliable, Joyce Meyere encourages.
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.
Why you should stop trying to change yourself ... and instead accept the gift of conviction.
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.