Daily Devotion by Joyce Meyer

Daily Devotion by Joyce Meyer

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Joyce Meyer (December-01-2020) Read Daily Devotion: Guard Your Heart.

Breastplate - Armor for the heart

Brace yourself for a mind-blowing fact: Jesus did not die so we could have a religion. He died so we could receive forgiveness for our sins, be made right with God, and enjoy a deep, genuine friendship with Him.

Religion is people’s attempt to get to a place where God will accept them; it is humanity’s idea o...

Joyce Meyer (November-30-2020) Daily Devotion: Make a Thankful List. 

To help you achieve and maintain a new level of contentment in your life, I encourage you to use some of your quiet time with God to make a list of everything you have to be thankful for. It should be a long list, one that includes little things as well as big things.

Why should it be long? Because we all have a lot of things to be thankful for, and we’ll see...

Joyce Meyer (November-29-2020) Daily Devotion: Discovering Your Destiny. 

Many people are confused about what they’re supposed to do with their lives. They don’t know what God’s will is for them, so they’re without direction. If you’re in that position right now, or doing nothing because you’re not sure of what to do, then take some time to pray. Thank God that He has a destiny for you, ask Him to lead you, and begin researching and tr...

Joyce Meyer (November-28-2020) Daily Devotion: Be Determined. 

Paul said, “My determined purpose is, that I may know Christ, and the power of His resurrection, the power that lifts me out from among the dead, even while I am in the body” (see Philippians 3:10–11).

Every day is a new opportunity to get to know God in a deeper way. Read the Bible for understanding of what He wants to show you, and receive His grace to be lifted o...

Joyce Meyer (November-27-2020) Daily Devotion: The God Who Waits. 

This verse has become one of my favorites, and it has often been a source of encouragement to me when I’ve had hard times. The Living Bible paraphrases the verse like this:

Yet the Lord still waits for you to come to him, so he can show you his love; he will conquer you to bless you, just as he said. For the Lord is faithful to his promises. Blessed are all thos...

Joyce Meyer (November-26-2020) Daily Devotion: You Can't "Catch" Holiness. 

Holiness = separation to God, which should result in conduct befitting those so separated

In the New Testament, the same Greek word translated holiness is also translated sanctification, which the Greek dictionary says "cannot be transferred or imputed." That means that holiness is an individual possession, one that is built up little b...

Joyce Meyer (November-25-2020) Daily Devotion: Fully Satisfied.

We often seek many things in life, thinking they will make us happy and satisfy us, and when we find that they don’t, we’re soon seeking something else. Things (or even people) alone cannot make us happy and content. They may excite us for a while, but they soon lose their luster and we begin seeking another thing.

No matter what we’re wanting, only God Himself can...

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This popular American teacher and preacher is happy to share her life experiences with all worshippers and listeners. Joyce Meyer’s daily devotional helps hundreds of people find their way and apply Bible teachings in their everyday lives. In her sermons, the leading preacher reveals many topics that are aimed at changing your thinking, lifestyle and relationships.

Joyce Meyer daily communicates with worshippers and remains totally honest with them. The preacher openly shares her own life experiences, stories about her past and the skills she has gained over many years.

 What does Joyce Meyer talk about in her sermons?

Joyce Meyer in 2020 stays active. She wrote more than a hundred books that have been translated into several dozen languages ​​of the world. The preacher participates in conferences not only in her native country, but also abroad.

Her incredible popularity is well deserved, because Joyce Meyer’s articles help thousands of women to build relationships with God and their loved ones.

The sermon program covers the following topics:

  1. The power of thoughts and words.
  2. The importance of the right attitude.
  3. The influence of spiritual state on relations with people.

Joyce Meyer daily devo is easy to listen. Joyce Meyer maintains such dialogue with her audience that it resembles the conversation of people who know each other for a long time. The information shared by the preacher is the outcome of her life experience. All that Joyce says is the result of her personal feelings. Her sermon helps people find the right path and use other people's knowledge as a guide.

Joyce Meyer devotional is an example of how you should let go of your past. When your heart frees from resentment and pain, you will be reborn on a spiritual level. No problem should become an insurmountable obstacle to your happy future. Sermons will help you find strength for making the first step to your happiness and union with God. You can listen to Joyce Meyer daily devotional 2020 both online and in recording.

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Joyce Meyer holds dozens of conferences a year in her native St. Louis and other cities. Sermons are available on various resources. Good image and sound quality will help you plunge into the atmosphere and gain more knowledge. You can receive information about Joyce Meyer daily devotional by email, Viber, Telegram.

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Anyone who wants to change their lives will get free access to important knowledge from a leading preacher. The relationship of Joyce Meyer and the Bible is an example of how a person can use the power of salvation and redemption. A difficult life path is not an obstacle to your happy future. To do this, it will be enough to change your thinking and turn to God for help.