I want you to really get this in your heart today.
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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.
Instead of tearing yourself down, use your words to confound the enemy.
If you have a poor self-image, you won't be able to fulfill God's plans or enjoy your life. Discover what God is asking you to do.
Whatever the reason is for getting off track, lack of sensitivity to the Holy Spirit is most likely at the root of it.
These scriptural keys are the only thing that can heal the wound.
One reason we sometimes have difficulty discerning God's voice in our heart is we're taking in too many different messages.
There are some important attitudes we need to choose in our relationship with God that will make us sensitive to His voice.
Joyce Meyer used to struggle with understanding God's will for her life. Then she discovered these truths.
When you're having a bad day, you're likely to do the one that makes it 10 times worse.
Regardless of what's happened in the past or what obstacles seem to be in our way, God has a big, full life in store for each one of us.
God never intends for us to be miserable or have "a horrible day," even when things aren't going our way.
There is only one thing in life that can give us true peace, joy and fulfillment.
God intends for us to enjoy life to the fullest. But we can't do that if we're stuck in this roundabout.