The average person has 70,000 thoughts every day, and many of those thoughts trigger a corresponding emotion. No wonder so many of us often feel like we're controlled by our emotions. Our lives would be much improved is we controlled them. Joyce Meyer discusses the way that the brain processes and stores memories and thoughts, and then - emotion by emotion - she explains how we can manage our reactions to those emotions.
Joyce Meyer has a knack for coining phrases - her fans call them "Joyceisms" - and one of her best loved is "Where the mind goes, the man follows."This was the basis for Battlefield of the Mind, and in her latest book, Meyer provides "power thoughts," bringing the reader to a new level of ability to use the mind as a tool to achievement. In Power Thoughts, she outlines a flexible program to turn thoughts into habits, and habits into success. Nobody has more of a "can-do" attitude than Joyce Meyer. Now you can, too.
Building on the premises of Power Thoughts and Living Beyond Your Emotions, Joyce Meyer examines the tremendous power of words. - which are the vehicles that convey our thoughts and emotions - and provides a series of guidelines for making sure that our talk is constructive, healthy, healing and used to good results. In a "Dictionary of God's Word" at the end of the book, Joyce provides dozens of scripture verses, arranged by topic, that she recommends reading and saying out loud as one way of using and claiming healing words.
"Joyce is amazing"
From nail biting to cell phone addiction, procrastination to overspending, bad habits seem to outnumber the good ones. Unfortunately, we pay a price for bad habits that outweighs the immediate gratification that they bring. In this audiobook, Joyce Meyer starts by examining the nature of habits. The first habit - and most important one to have - is the God Habit.
"Strictly A Matter of Opinion"
Have you ever really considered what prayer is and why you pray? Do you understand just how prayer impacts your life? In The Power of Simple Prayer, Joyce Meyer unravels the mystery of talking with God by explaining and exploring the different types of prayer.
Building on her signature message of using the mind to master difficult emotions, Joyce Meyer focuses on the most destructive, insidious one of all: anger. It is responsible for broken relationships, sleepless nights, high blood pressure and ulcers. It destroys friendships, marriages and families, not to mention peace of mind. Anger is especially hard to handle for many Christians who have learned from childhood that "good Christians don't get angry." Meyer argues that properly handled, anger is an alert system that something is wrong and needs to be resolved.
"Clear steps please!"
When bestselling author Joyce Meyer posted "God's not mad at you" on Facebook, she didn't anticipate that her words would trigger thousands of responses of gratitude and relief. Apparently many Christians struggle to reconcile their perception of God as both a loving parent and a stern judge. In God Is Not Mad at You, Joyce will help those who haven't truly received God's love because they are afraid of His anger and disapproval.
"AMAZING... AMAZING... AMAZING"
The book is a hands-on primer for bringing to life the basic message that Christ brought. In it, Meyer examines what will happen if we each decide that we will refuse to live only for ourselves and love intentionally through action.
"Loved the Love Revolution"
Many want a simple life, but find it difficult to actually live that way. They fight a constant battle to balance work, family, friends, and other demands on schedules stretched too thin. Joyce Meyer breaks it down to the simple principle of exercising faith rather than doubt and confidence rather than people-pleasing. She writes from her experience of struggling to balance work, family, friends, and all the other demands on limited time to show readers the simple answer to a simpler life.
"Simple things to simplify life"
Most Christians agree that when believers start the day off by seeking God, it gives them a positive outlook and a sense of peace that leads to a better day and ultimately a better life. Now, Joyce Meyer provides listeners with a day-by-day guide. Topics in this 365-day devotional include the keys to enjoying ever single day, balancing out extremes, acting with discipline and self-control, being happy, living without fear, and much more.
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Joyce Meyer succinctly points out how the Bible contains wonderful promises for peace and accord. Listeners will learn how to identify the telltale signs of trouble in a relationship, heal troubled relationships, and keep conflict out of their lives.
Joyce Meyer stresses that spending just a few minutes each day with God can help you. Beginning each day this way is an opportunity to get off on the right foot and to set the tone for the day. This devotional draws from 19 of her most popular books providing listeners with a fresh word from God. Each devotion is an excerpt from one of Joyce's books selected for the encouraging and strengthening message it offers.
"this is a very informative and very good teaching"
After coming through what seemed like a lifetime of abuse, hardship, and oppression, Joyce Meyer has come to live every day in victory and joy. She now gives her life away to spread the word that an exciting, enjoyable life is available to everyone. This audiobook is a transformative journey that will take the listener from the drudgery of ordinary living to the vigor and excitement of following God's path every day.
"Best joyce meyer book i have ever read!"
In classic Joyce Meyer style, she provides proven "how-to's" and practical methods along with her encouragement. Joyce has been there. She offers us the benefit of her own experience and helps us avoid the hazards on the way to realizing our dreams
Joyce Meyer explains that a life without purpose is a life not worth living. We all need a reason to get up everyday. We all need to reach for something beyond ourselves. Over the centuries, millions of people have asked, "What am I here for? What is my purpose?" We are born; we live; and we die. We cannot do anything about being born or dying, but we can do a lot about how we live.
Engrained in our culture is the belief that unbending discipline is the only sure way to success. You must go to the gym five times a week, never order the dessert, and don't even think about buying that dress you keep staring at in the store window. Breaking from such a regimented lifestyle is a sign of weakness, right? Wrong!-and Joyce wants to tell us why...