Joyce Meyer  | – Confrontation Is Necessary | Joyce Meyer

One of the things that we need to do if we’re going to live bold, courageous lives is to be willing to confront the things that we need to confront. Now, none of us love confrontation and Joyce has a few things that she wants to remind you about to help [support us] /> – – – – – – –
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Joyce Meyer, one of the world’s leading practical Bible teachers and New York Times best-selling author, shares encouragement and advice to help us enjoy our daily lives.

With a heart to share Christ and love people, Joyce’s messages help people in all walks of life to grow in their faith, learn to study the Bible, find healing from the wounds of life, get answers to life’s questions and encounter the love of God in a powerful way.


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Joyce Meyer Ministries Joyce Meyer Ministries is called to share the Gospel and extend the love of Christ, and is built on a foundation of faith, integrity and dedicated supporters who share this call. Through Joyce’s teachings, God has provided opportunities to meet the needs of the suffering and bring the Gospel in a practical way. Her passion to help hurting people every day is foundational to the vision of Hand of Hope, the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. These outreaches around the globe include feeding programs, medical care, homes for orphans, and programs combatting human trafficking. Dave and Joyce Meyer, who’ve been in ministry for more than 40 years, founded Joyce Meyer Ministries in 1987 as a Christian, non-profit organization that is financially supported by the contributions of its friends and partners. Joyce Meyer Ministries For more information on Joyce Meyer Ministries visit:

Comment (38)

  1. Sometimes it isn’t a simple matter. I live with a very controlling person who has autism. They try to control their environment so they feel safe. This includes everything I do! I’m very tired of being ‘corrected’ constantly. Any advice is welcome particularly as leaving isn’t an option.

  2. You are so right about confrontation, 40 years ago I was thrown down in a bathroom and raped! In 2018 the person (rapist) died on 8/18/2018.He was a UN secretary and recipient of the Noble Peace Prize. I could not confront him or the situation until after he passed.(I did receive an apology from the UN, but not from his foundation! Yes you must confront your problems!

  3. I did not have energy to confront cause nobody was on my side
    I'm suffering for many years now CAUSE of my office colleague inviting the whole office against me.She never acknowledged the damaged she did.Everyone allowed her and even followed her footsteps.

  4. I don’t understand. You tell us to go to a trusted friend and spill your guts about a wrong that was done to you in your past, but then you say don’t gossip. I’m really having trouble here. I am in my 50’s and sharing a house with my mother who is controlling and manipulating but at her age I don’t think she understands. I try to tell her on several occasions but it always ends up in a heated argument. I don’t want to leave her on her own but my joy depletes in her presence. How do you tell someone without gossiping or askewing their opinion of the opposite person?

  5. We can be helping people towards their demise . There’s a fine line between helping and enabling . You can’t get mad at people for overstepping boundaries when you didn’t put any up in the first place. Run away from your problems and they’ll run after you .

  6. Biblical implications about vaccine and Christian doctors have confirmed. Pray for wisdom and He will give it freely. Contains man made enzyme called LUCIFERASE. God's people die from lack of knowledge. See Revelation 18 and do research.

  7. My father beat me from little. I turned to Jesus at 15 years old. They called me a Jesus freak. Moved out at 17. My fear of aggressive, dominant people still affects me. I pray on it daily.
    Currently a coworker is unkind. I forgive her. She will not talk to me.
    Told a spiritual friend. Co worker almost knocked me over. Pray and gave it all to God.
    Made mistake of telling another coworker who I thought I could trust. Now I need to forgive myself.

  8. Amen! This comes in perfect timing. We all need to stand up for others. If there’s a racist – in any form of hate – in your group of friends or coworkers – stand up for what’s right No Matter.
    Think about it. Black Lives Do Matter & thanks to their movement, we can learn even more from them and stand up for everyone in every situation – No matter.
    Confront alllllll racism and put it out.

  9. This was some good preaching Ma Joyce Meyer. The part about letting someone control and manipulate you. I finally cut the head off that Goliath in my life/no more of that. I need to ask GOD to help me forgive and many many times a day through Jesus Christ who is my strength. Thank you so much and Happy New Year 2021 to all. The best is coming!.Hallelujah!