Joyce Meyer Quotes.
Too many Christians live their lives like slaves – to the devil – because they believe his lies more than they trust God.
Watch out for the joy-stealers: gossip, criticism, complaining, faultfinding, and a negative, judgmental attitude.
Not everyone loves me, but I have to be okay no matter what they think about me.
People who don’t know the true character of God – who don’t believe He is merciful, gracious and slow to anger – can never have a close, personal, intimate relationship with Him.
God has equipped you to handle difficult things. In fact, He has already planted the seeds of discipline and self-control inside you. You just have to water those seeds with His Word to make them grow!
If you want to live in the fullness of God’s anointing, fill your mouth with His Word.
I just really believe people have to get hungry. I think maybe what we need to do, instead of trying to stuff our beliefs down people’s throats, is just pray for them to really be hungry and to see their neediness.
I believe many people feel like God is mad at them. One day I put a post on Facebook that said, ‘God is not mad at you.’ Within a few hours, we literally had thousands of positive responses from people saying things like, ‘That is exactly what I needed to hear today.’ Obviously, this is a message we need to hear.
I like gifts. I like to give them and I like to get them.
One of the things I love most about being at home is that I’m comfortable there. And since we are the home of Christ, we need to make sure He’s comfortable in us.
I’m only going to stand before God and give an account for my life, not for somebody else’s life. If I have a bad attitude, then I need to say there’s no point in me blaming you for what’s wrong in my life.
Words are powerful; if you change your words, you can change your life.
Motives reveal why we do what we do, which is actually more important to God than what we’re doing.
There’s no happier person than a truly thankful, content person.
I wonder how many decisions we make every day. I believe it’s probably hundreds. We decide whether or not to get out of bed, what we’ll eat, what we’ll do, what we’ll think about, what we’ll say… and on and on.
Sometimes I just sit still and enjoy God’s presence.
Humility is not something that comes naturally. But it is a cardinal virtue that should be pursued more than any other.