Joyce Meyer Quotes ( Author of Battlefield of the Mind)- 100’s of Truly Inspiring and Motivational Quotes By Joyce Quotes

Joyce Meyer is an American Charismatic Christan Author and Speaker and president of Joyes Meyer Ministers.

Joyce Meyer Inspirational & Motivational Quotes

  • The devil is a peace stealer, and he works hard to set us up to get upset. But we can learn how to change our approach so we don’t live upset all of the time. And Jesus gives us the best example to follow. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s like a jar of salad dressing sitting on a shelf… most of the seasoning settles to the bottom of the bottle. But when you shake that bottle up, all the ingredients mix together and then the dressing can add flavor to a salad. In the same way, we can stir ourselves up and regain the reverence, respect and awe we once had for the Lord. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you feel like it’s too hard to obey God, remember that He will never tell you to do something without giving you the grace, power and ability to do it. – Joyce Meyer
  • We all face storms in life. Some are more difficult than others, but we all go through trials and tribulation. That’s why we have the gift of faith. – Joyce Meyer
  • My father was a mean, controlling and manipulative person for most of his life. He was unpredictable and unstable. As a result, the atmosphere of our home was super-charged with fear because you never knew if what you did would make him mad or not. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s amazing to me the number of people who will volunteer to help at church but won’t lift a finger to help at home! – Joyce Meyer
  • You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind. – Joyce Meyer
  • I believe that a trusting attitude and a patient attitude go hand in hand. You see, when you let go and learn to trust God, it releases joy in your life. And when you trust God, you’re able to be more patient. Patience is not just about waiting for something… it’s about how you wait, or your attitude while waiting. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s amazing if you just listen to people. They tell you all the time things that you can do for them, without even realizing what they’re doing. I’ve learned to take notice of those things and if it’s something that I feel God wants me to do, then I try to do that to add joy to their life. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you’re in a leadership role, you can never please all of the people all of the time. There’s also a lot of responsibility that goes along with it that others may not realize. – Joyce Meyer
  • I’ve been saying for a couple of years now that people need to let God out of the Sunday morning box, that He doesn’t want to just be with you for an hour or two on Sunday morning and then put back in His box to sit there until you have an emergency, but He wants to invade your Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. – Joyce Meyer
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  • The Bible says to ‘fear not,’ but this doesn’t mean you should never feel scared. It means when you do feel fear, keep going forward and do what you are supposed to do. Or as I like to say, do it afraid. – Joyce Meyer
  • I can tell you from experience that God’s help and presence in our lives is vital. He is the Author of all true success and everything that is good-without Him, we can do nothing of true value. – Joyce Meyer
  • When we enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, something wonderful happens: God begins to change our desires, and we want to be more like Him. – Joyce Meyer
  • When we believe the best of people, we let go of each thing they do that is hurtful to us. And we choose to think things like, ‘I don’t believe they meant to hurt me.’ ‘Maybe they’re having a bad day or don’t feel well.’ ‘They probably don’t even realize how they sound.’ – Joyce Meyer
  • We can never make ourselves better by trying… praying more or longer, studying more of the Word, performing good works, etc. Don’t get me wrong… it’s not bad to do any of these things. In fact, it’s good. It’s just that doing them in God’s power is the only way those things will have any real and lasting effect in our lives. – Joyce Meyer
  • I wonder how many times people give up just before a breakthrough – when they are on the very brink of success. – Joyce Meyer
  • Instead of blaming everyone and everything else for your problems, pray for God to help you take an inventory of what’s been on your mind so you can think about what you’ve been thinking about. – Joyce Meyer
  • I may not be where I want to be, but thank God I am not where I used to be. – Joyce Meyer
  • I have learned that I really do have discipline, self-control, and patience. But they were given to me as a seed, and it’s up to me to choose to develop them. – Joyce Meyer
  • Sometimes you must suffer through something to defeat your fear of it. – Joyce Meyer
  • Change is always tough. Even for those who see themselves as agents of change, the process of starting a new thing can cause times of disorientation, uncertainty and insecurity. – Joyce Meyer
  • Peace is one of the most precious gifts God has promised His children. – Joyce Meyer
  • As you read or listen to God’s Word and spend time talking to Him in prayer, your spirit will eventually become stronger than your flesh. – Joyce Meyer
  • A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you’re in a workplace you don’t like right now, be encouraged because God will use it for your good. Think about it this way: He wants you to be a light in the darkness – and He’s putting His confidence in you! – Joyce Meyer
  • If you’re not careful to think and speak words of faith, worry will creep in, and it will not only steal your peace and joy, it will steal your ‘today.’ The present is the greatest gift God ever gives us. So hold on to the peace that’s yours in Christ. Don’t let it go. – Joyce Meyer
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  • When you make a mistake and the devil comes and tells you ‘You’re no good,’ you don’t have to take on the guilt and condemnation he wants to put on you. No! You can immediately confess your mistake to God, thank Him for forgiving you and cleansing you with the blood of Jesus, and move forward in the victory of His grace and forgiveness. – Joyce Meyer
  • Pride is an independent, me-oriented spirit. It makes people arrogant, rude and hard to get along with. When our heart is prideful, we don’t give God the credit and we mistreat people, looking down on them and thinking we deserve what we have. – Joyce Meyer
  • Teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges. – Joyce Meyer
  • Early on in my life, I had a broken soul. I was abused by my father, abandoned by my mother and ended up in a destructive first marriage. By the time I was 23, I was broken in my soul. I didn’t know how to think right. I felt wrong about everything. But God stepped into my life, and I came out on the other side and didn’t even smell like smoke. – Joyce Meyer
  • Satan wants us to constantly focus on everything that is wrong with us and look at how far we still have to go. But God desires for us to rejoice in how far we have already come. – Joyce Meyer
  • Consider a tree for a moment. As beautiful as trees are to look at, we don’t see what goes on underground – as they grow roots. Trees must develop deep roots in order to grow strong and produce their beauty. But we don’t see the roots. We just see and enjoy the beauty. In much the same way, what goes on inside of us is like the roots of a tree. – Joyce Meyer
  • Feeling sorry for ourselves is the most useless waste of energy on the planet. It does absolutely no good. We can’t let our circumstances or what others do or don’t do control us. We can decide to be happy regardless. – Joyce Meyer
  • Forgiveness is not a feeling – it’s a decision we make because we want to do what’s right before God. It’s a quality decision that won’t be easy and it may take time to get through the process, depending on the severity of the offense. – Joyce Meyer
  • Many people feel so pressured by the expectations of others that it causes them to be frustrated, miserable and confused about what they should do. But there is a way to live a simple, joy-filled, peaceful life, and the key is learning how to be led by the Holy Spirit, not the traditions or expectations of man. – Joyce Meyer
  • Refuse to be a lazy Christian, and resist a passive, apathetic attitude. – Joyce Meyer
  • Watch out for the joy-stealers: gossip, criticism, complaining, faultfinding, and a negative, judgmental attitude. – Joyce Meyer
  • If someone you know makes a bad decision or uses bad judgment, it doesn’t mean you have to allow that to alter your attitude. Why should you allow anyone else’s bad decisions to send you into a tailspin of misery? – Joyce Meyer
  • When we trust God more than our feelings, it confuses the devil. I mean, when he throws you his best shot and he can’t budge you from believing God, he won’t know what to do with you anymore. – Joyce Meyer
  • The flesh, or human nature, is generally lazy and self-centered. – Joyce Meyer
  • There are some hurts that we experience that can be forgiven but we won’t forget them. – Joyce Meyer
  • Because my dad abused me, I was determined to never let a man tell me what to do. God clearly showed me that I needed to be a submissive wife if I wanted to be effective in ministry. The truth is, if we don’t learn to submit to authority, we won’t ever learn to submit to God. – Joyce Meyer
  • We will all fail in life, but nobody has to be a failure. Failing at a thing doesn’t make you a failure. You are only a failure when you quit trying. – Joyce Meyer
  • The truth is God created us to have relationship with us. He wants to love us and take care of us, and He wants us to love Him. That’s where our walk with Christ has to start. – Joyce Meyer
  • I’ve learned through my own relationship with God that He’s not expecting me to be perfect; He wants me to do my best to be in His will and take steps of faith as He leads me, through His Word and the promptings He speaks to my heart. – Joyce Meyer
  • So many people live with anger and unforgiveness, and many of them are Christians. – Joyce Meyer
  • God wants to use you to make other people happy! And the happier you make others, the happier you will be because you reap what you sow. – Joyce Meyer
  • We want our marriage to be a triumph, not a tragedy. – Joyce Meyer
  • Our faith is released as we say, pray and do the Word. – Joyce Meyer
  • You know, God will give favor to anyone who will believe Him. Every day you should confess that you have favor everywhere you go. God will begin to open doors that you wouldn’t believe. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • As a global society, we do not have to agree, endorse or condone the lifestyle choices of others. However, history has taught us that we equally cannot and should not excuse those who would hide behind religion or misuse God’s word to justify bigotry and persecution. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • In my relationship with God, I’ve learned that if I follow a ‘formula’ for how I spend my time with Him, then I’m just accomplishing a checklist of things I feel obligated to do to please Him. This makes my spiritual life more about doing what I need to do to fulfill an obligation than something meaningful. – Joyce Meyer
  • The only answer to fear is faith in God, knowing He loves you unconditionally and individually. – Joyce Meyer
  • Dread, which is closely related to fear, steals the ability to enjoy ordinary life and makes people anxious about the future. It keeps them from looking forward to the next day, the next month, or the next decade. – Joyce Meyer
  • Complaining is dangerous business. It can damage or even destroy your relationship with God, your relationships with other people, and even with your relationship with yourself. – Joyce Meyer
  • Loving others always costs us something and requires effort. And you have to decide to do it on purpose. You can’t wait for a feeling to motivate you. – Joyce Meyer
  • We can improve our relationships with others by leaps and bounds if we become encouragers instead of critics. – Joyce Meyer
  • Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting. – Joyce Meyer
  • What we need to understand is that when traditions become laws, rules, obligations and expectations others put on us that we don’t want to fulfill, then they lose real meaning and steal the joy from our lives. And if we’re too religious, we won’t be able to be led by the Holy Spirit and enjoy an intimate relationship with Him. – Joyce Meyer
  • I want to let you in on a little secret: I don’t always feel like I’m a success. That’s right. There are plenty of times when I feel like I’ve just totally messed up and failed to connect with the people I’m trying to communicate with. – Joyce Meyer
  • Forgiveness is not a one-time thing that happened the day you received Christ. It is an everyday thing, for the rest of your life. – Joyce Meyer
  • There’s no happier person than a truly thankful, content person. – Joyce Meyer
  • Peace is one of the most precious gifts God has promised His children. I know, because for many years my life was not peaceful, and I was miserable. – Joyce Meyer
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  • When doubt comes against us, we have to lift up the shield of faith. We do this when we open our mouth and say what God’s Word says, rather than grumbling and complaining about the problem. – Joyce Meyer
  • If someone decides they’re not going to be happy, it’s not your problem. You don’t have to spend your time and energy trying to cheer up someone who has already decided to stay in a bad mood. Believe it or not, you can actually hurt people by playing into their self-pity. – Joyce Meyer
  • God doesn’t do things halfway. He goes all out! When God does something, it’s not just barely enough, mediocre or lukewarm. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s so important to realize that every time you get upset, it drains your emotional energy. Losing your cool makes you tired. Getting angry a lot messes with your health. – Joyce Meyer
  • Reproach is shame, blame, disgrace, disapproval and a disrespectful attitude toward yourself. When you’re under reproach, your behavior shows it. – Joyce Meyer
  • I used to have a real problem with self-pity. Every time the devil would throw a pity party, I would attend. – Joyce Meyer
  • Anytime we step out boldly to make changes, we take a chance that we might fail. But the only way to get better is to try. – Joyce Meyer
  • Prayer is such a basic foundation of a Christian’s relationship with God. It’s how we communicate and fellowship with Him. But a surprising number of people, young and old, new and even long-time Christians, say they’re not satisfied with their prayer life. – Joyce Meyer
  • The eagle has no fear of adversity. We need to be like the eagle and have a fearless spirit of a conqueror! – Joyce Meyer
  • You see, rebellion, and the disobedience it causes, keeps us from having the power of God that’s available to us as Christians. – Joyce Meyer
  • Words are powerful; if you change your words, you can change your life. – Joyce Meyer
  • I have learned from personal experience that putting trust in God means there will be some unanswered questions. That was a hard lesson for me because I naturally want to understand everything… to know what’s going on so I can feel like I’m in control. – Joyce Meyer
  • Most of us have hoped and prayed for something to happen a certain way, but it didn’t. And when this happened, we had a choice to make: to react with offense toward God or to trust Him anyway. – Joyce Meyer
  • Things in themselves have no life in them. A car can’t comfort or encourage you. A house means nothing if there’s no life and love inside. – Joyce Meyer
  • Our words will either bring life and victory or death and destruction. If we want to be happy, we have to be serious about speaking words of life that line up with God’s Word. – Joyce Meyer
  • Each time we cooperate with God, we take one more giant step forward. Because when God asks us to change, it means that He always has something better to give us – more freedom, greater joy, and greater blessings. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • Over the years I’ve learned how to lock myself up in a prison of hope, knowing that God has nothing but His best planned for me. He promised me things concerning my ministry and my life. – Joyce Meyer
  • Good intentions never change anything. They only become a deeper and deeper rut. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you want to become fully mature in the Lord, you must learn to love truth. Otherwise, you will always leave open a door of deception for the enemy to take what is meant to be yours. – Joyce Meyer
  • I know from personal experience how damaging it can be to live with bitterness and unforgiveness. I like to say it’s like taking poison and hoping your enemy will die. And it really is that harmful to us to live this way. – Joyce Meyer
  • Humility may well be one of the most difficult of the fruit of the Spirit to be cultivated in us – and to maintain. That’s because without humility, it’s not likely that you will put your complete trust in God. – Joyce Meyer
  • I want to look my best for God. So many people have the attitude that if you’re a Christian you’ve got to dress bad, wear an old color, not do anything to your hair, have nothing. It’s no wonder that Christianity is not very attractive. I mean, how many people do you know in a Western culture that’s going to go, ‘Yeah, give me some of that?’ – Joyce Meyer
  • No matter what has happened to you in the past or what is going on in your life right now, it has no power to keep you from having an amazingly good future if you will walk by faith in God. God loves you! He wants you to live with victory over sin so you can possess His promises for your life today! – Joyce Meyer
  • Hope is favorable and confident expectation; it’s an expectant attitude that something good is going to happen and things will work out, no matter what situation we’re facing. – Joyce Meyer
  • At school I pretended I had a normal life, but I felt lonely all the time and different from everyone else. I never felt like I fit in, and I wasn’t allowed to participate in after-school activities, go to sports events or parties or date boys. Many times I had to make up stories about why I couldn’t do anything with my classmates. – Joyce Meyer
  • Getting stress out of your life takes more than prayer alone. You must take action to make changes and stop doing whatever is causing the stress. You can learn to calm down in the way you handle things. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you want to have sustained joy, you have to not only make sure that you think right, but you also have to make decisions now that are going to guarantee some joy in the future. – Joyce Meyer
  • Don’t judge other people. For example, if you want God’s anointing to be on you for parenting, you need to be careful not to criticize other parents. – Joyce Meyer
  • Motives reveal why we do what we do, which is actually more important to God than what we’re doing. – Joyce Meyer
  • Individuals need to be willing to face truth about their attitudes, behaviors, even what we want out of life. – Joyce Meyer
  • Many sophisticated, intelligent people lack wisdom and common sense. – Joyce Meyer
  • Spending time with God through prayer and His Word is a prerequisite for having a great life and fulfilling your purpose. – Joyce Meyer
  • I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you. – Joyce Meyer
  • Some people have a hard time getting rid of stuff. If that’s you, pray for God to give you the courage to get rid of things you don’t really need or things He wants you to give away. This will help keep your surroundings organized and clutter-free. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s so easy to settle for less than God’s best for us because we don’t always feel like taking responsibility for our behavior or putting forth some effort to do what we need to do so we can accomplish great things for God and help people. But the cost of settling for less is actually harder than being completely obedient to God’s will. – Joyce Meyer
  • If your inner life is not producing what you would like on the outside, don’t be discouraged… just be willing to change. – Joyce Meyer
  • God’s mercy is fresh and new every morning. – Joyce Meyer
  • Prayer doesn’t just change things – it changes us. If we are diligent in seeking God, slowly and surely we become better people. – Joyce Meyer
  • When your soul is resting, your emotions are okay, your mind is okay, and your will is at peace with God, not resisting what He’s doing. – Joyce Meyer
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  • I consider wisdom supernatural because it isn’t taught by men – it’s a gift from God. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you become a Christian, something truly amazing happens: God comes to live inside your heart. You become the home of God. – Joyce Meyer
  • Every person who confesses that Christ Jesus is Lord, repents of their sin and gives their heart to God is a child of God and belongs to Him. And in Christ, we are made right with God, we are His righteousness, and we have the power of Christ in us to live right. – Joyce Meyer
  • Some Christians feel guilty when they are doing something that isn’t ‘spiritual.’ Somehow or another, they feel the need to hurry through the grocery store, dash through the house cleaning, and rush through all the daily aspects of life that seem irrelevant to their faith. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you begin to worry, go find something to do. Get busy being a blessing to someone; do something fruitful. Talking about your problem or sitting alone, thinking about it, does no good; it serves only to make you miserable. Above all else, remember that worrying is totally useless. Worrying will not solve your problem. – Joyce Meyer
  • God’s grace is amazing! We’re saved by grace – God’s undeserved favor – and we live by grace, which is also God’s power in our lives to do what we could never do in our own strength. And it’s all because God is love, and He loves us unconditionally, constantly and completely. – Joyce Meyer
  • Stay active. Read the Word. Worship with other believers. Continue to give. Keep learning and growing. Your faith will be unleashed! – Joyce Meyer
  • Choosing an attitude of faith will release peace out of your spirit and into your soul. – Joyce Meyer
  • Sometimes you must suffer through something to defeat your fear of it. – Joyce Meyer
  • I’ve learned through my own relationship with God that He’s not expecting me to be perfect; He wants me to do my best to be in His will and take steps of faith as He leads me, through His Word and the promptings He speaks to my heart. – Joyce Meyer
  • Don’t judge other people. For example, if you want God’s anointing to be on you for parenting, you need to be careful not to criticize other parents. – Joyce Meyer
  • God’s mercy is fresh and new every morning. – Joyce Meyer
  • Choosing an attitude of faith will release peace out of your spirit and into your soul. – Joyce Meyer
  • God doesn’t do things halfway. He goes all out! When God does something, it’s not just barely enough, mediocre or lukewarm. – Joyce Meyer
  • Instead of blaming everyone and everything else for your problems, pray for God to help you take an inventory of what’s been on your mind so you can think about what you’ve been thinking about. – Joyce Meyer
  • You see, rebellion, and the disobedience it causes, keeps us from having the power of God that’s available to us as Christians. – Joyce Meyer
  • If your inner life is not producing what you would like on the outside, don’t be discouraged… just be willing to change. – Joyce Meyer
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  • If someone decides they’re not going to be happy, it’s not your problem. You don’t have to spend your time and energy trying to cheer up someone who has already decided to stay in a bad mood. Believe it or not, you can actually hurt people by playing into their self-pity. – Joyce Meyer
  • The devil is a peace stealer, and he works hard to set us up to get upset. But we can learn how to change our approach so we don’t live upset all of the time. And Jesus gives us the best example to follow. – Joyce Meyer
  • You know, God will give favor to anyone who will believe Him. Every day you should confess that you have favor everywhere you go. God will begin to open doors that you wouldn’t believe. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • I believe that a trusting attitude and a patient attitude go hand in hand. You see, when you let go and learn to trust God, it releases joy in your life. And when you trust God, you’re able to be more patient. Patience is not just about waiting for something… it’s about how you wait, or your attitude while waiting. – Joyce Meyer
  • My father was a mean, controlling and manipulative person for most of his life. He was unpredictable and unstable. As a result, the atmosphere of our home was super-charged with fear because you never knew if what you did would make him mad or not. – Joyce Meyer
  • Stay active. Read the Word. Worship with other believers. Continue to give. Keep learning and growing. Your faith will be unleashed! – Joyce Meyer
  • Peace is one of the most precious gifts God has promised His children. – Joyce Meyer
  • I consider wisdom supernatural because it isn’t taught by men – it’s a gift from God. – Joyce Meyer
  • Satan wants us to constantly focus on everything that is wrong with us and look at how far we still have to go. But God desires for us to rejoice in how far we have already come. – Joyce Meyer
  • You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind. – Joyce Meyer
  • Getting stress out of your life takes more than prayer alone. You must take action to make changes and stop doing whatever is causing the stress. You can learn to calm down in the way you handle things. – Joyce Meyer
  • Anytime we step out boldly to make changes, we take a chance that we might fail. But the only way to get better is to try. – Joyce Meyer
  • There are some hurts that we experience that can be forgiven but we won’t forget them. – Joyce Meyer
  • Individuals need to be willing to face truth about their attitudes, behaviors, even what we want out of life. – Joyce Meyer
  • Teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges. – Joyce Meyer
  • Most of us have hoped and prayed for something to happen a certain way, but it didn’t. And when this happened, we had a choice to make: to react with offense toward God or to trust Him anyway. – Joyce Meyer
  • When we enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, something wonderful happens: God begins to change our desires, and we want to be more like Him. – Joyce Meyer
  • We can never make ourselves better by trying… praying more or longer, studying more of the Word, performing good works, etc. Don’t get me wrong… it’s not bad to do any of these things. In fact, it’s good. It’s just that doing them in God’s power is the only way those things will have any real and lasting effect in our lives. – Joyce Meyer
  • When we trust God more than our feelings, it confuses the devil. I mean, when he throws you his best shot and he can’t budge you from believing God, he won’t know what to do with you anymore. – Joyce Meyer
  • As a global society, we do not have to agree, endorse or condone the lifestyle choices of others. However, history has taught us that we equally cannot and should not excuse those who would hide behind religion or misuse God’s word to justify bigotry and persecution. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you make a mistake and the devil comes and tells you ‘You’re no good,’ you don’t have to take on the guilt and condemnation he wants to put on you. No! You can immediately confess your mistake to God, thank Him for forgiving you and cleansing you with the blood of Jesus, and move forward in the victory of His grace and forgiveness. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you’re not careful to think and speak words of faith, worry will creep in, and it will not only steal your peace and joy, it will steal your ‘today.’ The present is the greatest gift God ever gives us. So hold on to the peace that’s yours in Christ. Don’t let it go. – Joyce Meyer
  • Things in themselves have no life in them. A car can’t comfort or encourage you. A house means nothing if there’s no life and love inside. – Joyce Meyer
  • Watch out for the joy-stealers: gossip, criticism, complaining, faultfinding, and a negative, judgmental attitude. – Joyce Meyer
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  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • Prayer is such a basic foundation of a Christian’s relationship with God. It’s how we communicate and fellowship with Him. But a surprising number of people, young and old, new and even long-time Christians, say they’re not satisfied with their prayer life. – Joyce Meyer
  • Many people feel so pressured by the expectations of others that it causes them to be frustrated, miserable and confused about what they should do. But there is a way to live a simple, joy-filled, peaceful life, and the key is learning how to be led by the Holy Spirit, not the traditions or expectations of man. – Joyce Meyer
  • I’ve been saying for a couple of years now that people need to let God out of the Sunday morning box, that He doesn’t want to just be with you for an hour or two on Sunday morning and then put back in His box to sit there until you have an emergency, but He wants to invade your Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you feel like it’s too hard to obey God, remember that He will never tell you to do something without giving you the grace, power and ability to do it. – Joyce Meyer
  • At school I pretended I had a normal life, but I felt lonely all the time and different from everyone else. I never felt like I fit in, and I wasn’t allowed to participate in after-school activities, go to sports events or parties or date boys. Many times I had to make up stories about why I couldn’t do anything with my classmates. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • If someone you know makes a bad decision or uses bad judgment, it doesn’t mean you have to allow that to alter your attitude. Why should you allow anyone else’s bad decisions to send you into a tailspin of misery? – Joyce Meyer
  • Some Christians feel guilty when they are doing something that isn’t ‘spiritual.’ Somehow or another, they feel the need to hurry through the grocery store, dash through the house cleaning, and rush through all the daily aspects of life that seem irrelevant to their faith. – Joyce Meyer
  • When your soul is resting, your emotions are okay, your mind is okay, and your will is at peace with God, not resisting what He’s doing. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s so easy to settle for less than God’s best for us because we don’t always feel like taking responsibility for our behavior or putting forth some effort to do what we need to do so we can accomplish great things for God and help people. But the cost of settling for less is actually harder than being completely obedient to God’s will. – Joyce Meyer
  • Dread, which is closely related to fear, steals the ability to enjoy ordinary life and makes people anxious about the future. It keeps them from looking forward to the next day, the next month, or the next decade. – Joyce Meyer
  • Complaining is dangerous business. It can damage or even destroy your relationship with God, your relationships with other people, and even with your relationship with yourself. – Joyce Meyer
  • The only answer to fear is faith in God, knowing He loves you unconditionally and individually. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you want to become fully mature in the Lord, you must learn to love truth. Otherwise, you will always leave open a door of deception for the enemy to take what is meant to be yours. – Joyce Meyer
  • So many people live with anger and unforgiveness, and many of them are Christians. – Joyce Meyer
  • I wonder how many times people give up just before a breakthrough – when they are on the very brink of success. – Joyce Meyer
  • Our faith is released as we say, pray and do the Word. – Joyce Meyer
  • Many sophisticated, intelligent people lack wisdom and common sense. – Joyce Meyer
  • No matter what has happened to you in the past or what is going on in your life right now, it has no power to keep you from having an amazingly good future if you will walk by faith in God. God loves you! He wants you to live with victory over sin so you can possess His promises for your life today! – Joyce Meyer
  • God’s grace is amazing! We’re saved by grace – God’s undeserved favor – and we live by grace, which is also God’s power in our lives to do what we could never do in our own strength. And it’s all because God is love, and He loves us unconditionally, constantly and completely. – Joyce Meyer
  • Hope is favorable and confident expectation; it’s an expectant attitude that something good is going to happen and things will work out, no matter what situation we’re facing. – Joyce Meyer
  • The flesh, or human nature, is generally lazy and self-centered. – Joyce Meyer
  • The truth is God created us to have relationship with us. He wants to love us and take care of us, and He wants us to love Him. That’s where our walk with Christ has to start. – Joyce Meyer
  • Humility may well be one of the most difficult of the fruit of the Spirit to be cultivated in us – and to maintain. That’s because without humility, it’s not likely that you will put your complete trust in God. – Joyce Meyer
  • What we need to understand is that when traditions become laws, rules, obligations and expectations others put on us that we don’t want to fulfill, then they lose real meaning and steal the joy from our lives. And if we’re too religious, we won’t be able to be led by the Holy Spirit and enjoy an intimate relationship with Him. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you become a Christian, something truly amazing happens: God comes to live inside your heart. You become the home of God. – Joyce Meyer
  • Pride is an independent, me-oriented spirit. It makes people arrogant, rude and hard to get along with. When our heart is prideful, we don’t give God the credit and we mistreat people, looking down on them and thinking we deserve what we have. – Joyce Meyer
  • I know from personal experience how damaging it can be to live with bitterness and unforgiveness. I like to say it’s like taking poison and hoping your enemy will die. And it really is that harmful to us to live this way. – Joyce Meyer
  • Some people have a hard time getting rid of stuff. If that’s you, pray for God to give you the courage to get rid of things you don’t really need or things He wants you to give away. This will help keep your surroundings organized and clutter-free. – Joyce Meyer
  • The Bible says to ‘fear not,’ but this doesn’t mean you should never feel scared. It means when you do feel fear, keep going forward and do what you are supposed to do. Or as I like to say, do it afraid. – Joyce Meyer
  • 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. – Joyce Meyer
  • A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere. – Joyce Meyer
  • There’s no happier person than a truly thankful, content person. – Joyce Meyer
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  • I can tell you from experience that God’s help and presence in our lives is vital. He is the Author of all true success and everything that is good-without Him, we can do nothing of true value. – Joyce Meyer
  • I have learned that I really do have discipline, self-control, and patience. But they were given to me as a seed, and it’s up to me to choose to develop them. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s amazing to me the number of people who will volunteer to help at church but won’t lift a finger to help at home! – Joyce Meyer
  • Words are powerful; if you change your words, you can change your life. – Joyce Meyer
  • I want to look my best for God. So many people have the attitude that if you’re a Christian you’ve got to dress bad, wear an old color, not do anything to your hair, have nothing. It’s no wonder that Christianity is not very attractive. I mean, how many people do you know in a Western culture that’s going to go, ‘Yeah, give me some of that?’ – Joyce Meyer
  • Each time we cooperate with God, we take one more giant step forward. Because when God asks us to change, it means that He always has something better to give us – more freedom, greater joy, and greater blessings. – Joyce Meyer
  • As you read or listen to God’s Word and spend time talking to Him in prayer, your spirit will eventually become stronger than your flesh. – Joyce Meyer
  • When we believe the best of people, we let go of each thing they do that is hurtful to us. And we choose to think things like, ‘I don’t believe they meant to hurt me.’ ‘Maybe they’re having a bad day or don’t feel well.’ ‘They probably don’t even realize how they sound.’ – Joyce Meyer
  • When doubt comes against us, we have to lift up the shield of faith. We do this when we open our mouth and say what God’s Word says, rather than grumbling and complaining about the problem. – Joyce Meyer
  • Prayer doesn’t just change things – it changes us. If we are diligent in seeking God, slowly and surely we become better people. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s like a jar of salad dressing sitting on a shelf… most of the seasoning settles to the bottom of the bottle. But when you shake that bottle up, all the ingredients mix together and then the dressing can add flavor to a salad. In the same way, we can stir ourselves up and regain the reverence, respect and awe we once had for the Lord. – Joyce Meyer
  • Forgiveness is not a one-time thing that happened the day you received Christ. It is an everyday thing, for the rest of your life. – Joyce Meyer
  • Consider a tree for a moment. As beautiful as trees are to look at, we don’t see what goes on underground – as they grow roots. Trees must develop deep roots in order to grow strong and produce their beauty. But we don’t see the roots. We just see and enjoy the beauty. In much the same way, what goes on inside of us is like the roots of a tree. – Joyce Meyer
  • Change is always tough. Even for those who see themselves as agents of change, the process of starting a new thing can cause times of disorientation, uncertainty and insecurity. – Joyce Meyer
  • Refuse to be a lazy Christian, and resist a passive, apathetic attitude. – Joyce Meyer
  • Our words will either bring life and victory or death and destruction. If we want to be happy, we have to be serious about speaking words of life that line up with God’s Word. – Joyce Meyer
  • Loving others always costs us something and requires effort. And you have to decide to do it on purpose. You can’t wait for a feeling to motivate you. – Joyce Meyer
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  • Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting. – Joyce Meyer
  • Because my dad abused me, I was determined to never let a man tell me what to do. God clearly showed me that I needed to be a submissive wife if I wanted to be effective in ministry. The truth is, if we don’t learn to submit to authority, we won’t ever learn to submit to God. – Joyce Meyer
  • We want our marriage to be a triumph, not a tragedy. – Joyce Meyer
  • God wants to use you to make other people happy! And the happier you make others, the happier you will be because you reap what you sow. – Joyce Meyer
  • Over the years I’ve learned how to lock myself up in a prison of hope, knowing that God has nothing but His best planned for me. He promised me things concerning my ministry and my life. – Joyce Meyer
  • Feeling sorry for ourselves is the most useless waste of energy on the planet. It does absolutely no good. We can’t let our circumstances or what others do or don’t do control us. We can decide to be happy regardless. – Joyce Meyer
  • Motives reveal why we do what we do, which is actually more important to God than what we’re doing. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you begin to worry, go find something to do. Get busy being a blessing to someone; do something fruitful. Talking about your problem or sitting alone, thinking about it, does no good; it serves only to make you miserable. Above all else, remember that worrying is totally useless. Worrying will not solve your problem. – Joyce Meyer
  • Peace is one of the most precious gifts God has promised His children. I know, because for many years my life was not peaceful, and I was miserable. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s amazing if you just listen to people. They tell you all the time things that you can do for them, without even realizing what they’re doing. I’ve learned to take notice of those things and if it’s something that I feel God wants me to do, then I try to do that to add joy to their life. – Joyce Meyer
  • I have learned from personal experience that putting trust in God means there will be some unanswered questions. That was a hard lesson for me because I naturally want to understand everything… to know what’s going on so I can feel like I’m in control. – Joyce Meyer
  • We can improve our relationships with others by leaps and bounds if we become encouragers instead of critics. – Joyce Meyer
  • Reproach is shame, blame, disgrace, disapproval and a disrespectful attitude toward yourself. When you’re under reproach, your behavior shows it. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you want to have sustained joy, you have to not only make sure that you think right, but you also have to make decisions now that are going to guarantee some joy in the future. – Joyce Meyer
  • Spending time with God through prayer and His Word is a prerequisite for having a great life and fulfilling your purpose. – Joyce Meyer
  • It’s so important to realize that every time you get upset, it drains your emotional energy. Losing your cool makes you tired. Getting angry a lot messes with your health. – Joyce Meyer
  • I want to let you in on a little secret: I don’t always feel like I’m a success. That’s right. There are plenty of times when I feel like I’ve just totally messed up and failed to connect with the people I’m trying to communicate with. – Joyce Meyer
  • I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you. – Joyce Meyer
  • I may not be where I want to be, but thank God I am not where I used to be. – Joyce Meyer
  • If you’re in a workplace you don’t like right now, be encouraged because God will use it for your good. Think about it this way: He wants you to be a light in the darkness – and He’s putting His confidence in you! – Joyce Meyer
  • I used to have a real problem with self-pity. Every time the devil would throw a pity party, I would attend. – Joyce Meyer
  • Every person who confesses that Christ Jesus is Lord, repents of their sin and gives their heart to God is a child of God and belongs to Him. And in Christ, we are made right with God, we are His righteousness, and we have the power of Christ in us to live right. – Joyce Meyer
  • We all face storms in life. Some are more difficult than others, but we all go through trials and tribulation. That’s why we have the gift of faith. – Joyce Meyer
  • When you’re in a leadership role, you can never please all of the people all of the time. There’s also a lot of responsibility that goes along with it that others may not realize. – Joyce Meyer
  • Good intentions never change anything. They only become a deeper and deeper rut. – Joyce Meyer
  • We will all fail in life, but nobody has to be a failure. Failing at a thing doesn’t make you a failure. You are only a failure when you quit trying. – Joyce Meyer
  • Early on in my life, I had a broken soul. I was abused by my father, abandoned by my mother and ended up in a destructive first marriage. By the time I was 23, I was broken in my soul. I didn’t know how to think right. I felt wrong about everything. But God stepped into my life, and I came out on the other side and didn’t even smell like smoke. – Joyce Meyer
  • The eagle has no fear of adversity. We need to be like the eagle and have a fearless spirit of a conqueror! – Joyce Meyer
  • In my relationship with God, I’ve learned that if I follow a ‘formula’ for how I spend my time with Him, then I’m just accomplishing a checklist of things I feel obligated to do to please Him. This makes my spiritual life more about doing what I need to do to fulfill an obligation than something meaningful. – Joyce Meyer
  • Forgiveness is not a feeling – it’s a decision we make because we want to do what’s right before God. It’s a quality decision that won’t be easy and it may take time to get through the process, depending on the severity of the offense. – Joyce Meyer

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