Learn how to move beyond your hurts to live with purpose.
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When someone mistreats you, remember this truth.
Sometimes making wise decisions means we do what we need to do now—not what we feel like doing—so we can be happy later on.
We all have problems, but our problems don't have to have us!
The lies we believe become our reality because they are truth to us.
If you're spiritually, emotionally or physically exhausted, you haven't learned the secret yet.
If you are brokenhearted—if you've been hurt, abused, disappointed or unfairly treated in any way—it doesn't limit what God can do in your life.
This is the key to becoming stable, mature, healed, whole and vibrant individuals in Christ.
The world is full of heartbroken people who are pretending to be OK. You don't have to live that way.
While it's not an easy process, we can do it with God's help.
God revealed the key to her through John 10:10.
Maybe you're having a hard time believing that your kids can change, your marriage can improve or that you can ever lose weight, get a better job or get completely out of debt.
I want you to really get this in your heart today.
God doesn't want us to live in the emergency room of life all the time.
Joyce Meyer was miserable, even as a Christian, until she understood this truth.
I've discovered that powerful, life-changing, dynamic prayer is amazingly simple!
Through our faith in Christ, we have access to the extraordinary, supernatural power of the Holy Spirit every day of our lives.
I can tell you from experience that God's help and presence in our lives is vital.
She couldn't successfully stop smoking until God gave her this eye-opening revelation.
The Bible says that no man can tame the tongue. But that doesn't mean we can never improve the way we speak.