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Daily Devotionals of Joyce Meyer

Daily Devotionals of Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer (December-03-2019) Daily Devotion: Simplicity and Decisions.

Decision-making can be simple if we refuse to be double-minded. After making a decision, stand firm, let your “yes” be “yes” and your “no” be “no.” Indecision and double-mindedness not only bring confusion and complication, but, as James noted, they also cause condemnation (see James 5:12).

If we believe in our hearts that we should do something and then a...

Joyce Meyer (December-02-2019) Daily Devotion: Keep Your Promises.

There are times when I make a commitment to do something that later I regret. Then I try to figure out some way to get out of doing what I said I would do. I argue, “God, surely You don’t want me to do this thing and miss this other great opportunity.”

The only thing the Lord ever says to me is, “You gave your word, Joyce. Be a woman of integrity, and I will ble...

Joyce Meyer (December-01-2019) Daily Devotion: Trust in Him.

The scripture above tells us not to complain against God. Since God is our Father, our Provider, and the One Who watches over us, when we complain about anything, we are basically saying we don’t like what God is doing and we don’t trust His leadership in our lives. Even if what is happening in our circumstances is not something God is doing, it is something He can fix if we ...

Joyce Meyer (November-30-2019) Daily Devotion: Let Your Mess Become Your Message.

I encourage people to let go of their past, but never to run from it. The only way to gain victory over the pain of our past is to let God walk us back through that doorway of pain and into victory. No one can achieve victory for us; we have to work out our own salvation. Paul explained this truth in his letter to the Philippian church, saying:

Th...

Joyce Meyer (November-29-2019) Daily Devotion: Living Life on Purpose. 

Are you living the life you truly want to live? If not, is it because you allow your life to rule you instead of you ruling it? When God placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, He instructed them to subdue it and be fruitful. God has given us a free will, and He wants us to use it to choose His will for us. When we make choices according to the will of God, He e...

Joyce Meyer (November-28-2019) Daily Devotion: It Takes a Team.

In 1867, John Roebling had a vision and a passion to do something experts said couldn't be done: build a bridge from Manhattan to Brooklyn, in New York City. No one believed it could be done, but Roebling and his son Washington, a young engineer, persevered. 

The Roeblings hired their crew and finally got to work on John's dream. Only a few months into the project,...

Joyce Meyer  (November-27-2019) Daily Devotion: Lord, Teach Me to Pray.

One of the most important, life-changing prayers a person can ever utter is: “Lord, teach me to pray.” It’s not simply, “Lord, teach me to pray,” but “Lord, teach me to pray.” You see, simply knowing about prayer is not enough; we have to know how to pray—to talk and listen to God—as individuals who are in an intimate, dynamic personal relationship with the God to ...

Joyce Meyer (November-26-2019) Daily Devotion: Dreams and Visions.

The Israelites had no positive vision for their lives—no dreams. They knew where they came from, but they did not know where they were going. Everything was based on what they had already seen and could see. They did not know how to see with “the eye of faith.”

Jesus came to open the prison doors and set the captives free. You will only begin to progress when yo...

Joyce Meyer (November-25-2019) Daily Devotion: Run Your Race.

If we are going to run our race in life, if we want to fulfill our destiny and do God’s will, it is important that we lay aside every weight and sin and run the race with patience.

In the days this verse was written, runners conditioned their bodies for a race just as we do today. But at the time of the race, they stripped off their clothing except for a loincloth, s...

Joyce Meyer (November-24-2019) Daily Devotion: Right from the Heart.

“What are you going to do?”

As a Christian leader, I’ve come to believe this is one of Satan’s favorite questions. I sometimes think he sends out special demons that have one specific task: to whisper this question in the ears of believers: “What are you going to do?” If you listen, the questions increase. The more they increase, the more negative and intense ...

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