Joyce Meyer  | – Developing Discipline – Part 1 | Joyce Meyer | Enjoying Everyday Life

Excuses are just another way of saying “I can’t.” On this episode of Enjoying Everyday Life with Joyce Meyer, discover the importance of self-control and the wonderful things it can do for your life.

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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:

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  1. Some of you might find this to be interesting, which is my reply to a lady who asked me if the prophecy about YouTube had anything to do with the Covid 19 scam. Here's my reply to her:

    I don't think the prophecy had much to do with the Covid 19 scam, but that it had mainly to do with the Holy Spirit warning Christians away from posting religious videos on YouTube, or watching religious YouTube videos, or participating in religious YouTube videos in any way, and to forgo watching TV.

    The Coronamania fear mongering campaign has been being pushed by the kingdom of darkness mainly through TV, with YouTube being only a secondary implement in their arsenal of weapons of deception in regard to that. But as far as the sweeping power of religious deception goes, personally, I think YouTube has eclipsed TV on that score (for example with the televangelists having been supplanted by the religious YouTube teachers and so-called 'prophets').

    I've been receiving some negative replies to this comment, so I thought I should include the following memoir I wrote a few months ago. Here's what I wrote:

    One day about three years ago on a hot summer day I was digging around in one of my desk drawers looking for a piece of paper with someone's phone number on it (as I recall it was my auto mechanic's phone number), and while I was digging around in the drawer out of the blue the Lord spoke to me in my spirit and he said:

    "Prophecy isn't for everyone. Most Christians say they believe in prophecy, and they think they do, but they don't really."

    That blew my mind for one thing because it had been quite awhile since he had spoken to me like that, and because what he said was so totally unrelated to what I was thinking about at that moment.

    I sort of already knew that most Christians don't place a very high value on prophecy (or any value at all), but after hearing the Lord articulate it like that I started paying more attention to people's reaction to prophecy, which isn't positive most of the time (and is often accompanied by a deer-in-the-headlights facial expression because the prophecy wasn't what they wanted to hear). But ironically, many of them run in droves to false prophets who tickle their ears with sweetsie-sweet and nicie-nice 'prophecies' that make them feel better about themselves (which goes a long way to explain why the religious YouTube videos are so immensely popular).

    In case some of you might be interested, the following is the prophecy the lady asked me about, which was posted about four years ago by a Christian prophet (a real one) in the comments section to a religious YouTube video. Here's his comment:

    He said that a few days earlier that the Lord spoke to him and said:

    "No Christian prophet will post a video on YouTube, or will allow himself to be interviewed in any YouTube video, or will go on TV for any reason."

    Unfortunately, the people who most need to hear about all this are the ones who will never hear about it, and if they do hear about it the most likely scenario is that it will go in one ear and out the other. Scripture is replete with statements from the Lord saying that that's what most people do with words from him. Scripture is also replete with statements from him about how people love the false prophets.

    This then begs the question "Who are the YouTube false prophets?" The simple and most truthful answer is that there isn't one person posting religious videos on YouTube who speaks by the anointing of the Holy Spirit, but instead speak by the anointing of religious spirits who are carefully groomed by the kingdom of darkness overlords (aka fallen angels/principalities) to know how to mimic the Holy Spirit (and some of them can be fairly convincing after having had thousands of years of practice).

    The main problem with these people is that even though they mean well, they inadvertently end up making a parody of Christian prophetic ministry (and of Christianity in general), so that on one hand I see them as being extremely offensive to the Lord, but on the other hand I see him using them as a test to see who is going to follow who. And unless they repent and stop doing what they're doing, stripes and fire of purification await them (per Luke 12:47 and 1 Corinthians 3:15, both in the King James Version).

  2. WE should always listen to God and obey him ! God Bless Joyce Dave her family Joyce Meyer Team and everyone reading this ! WE all need self control and need to try to do the right things as God will be there for us if we need him ! I know I need him desperapatley ! I am hard of hearing too so its just not Dave who is hard of hearing !

  3. I have yet to hear in my 67 years on this earth any minister/pastor preaching from Jesus own words. They all talk of God, and most use Paul's words. Why is this, I've asked myself so many times. I believe it is because Jesus' words and precepts go against everything in our nature. Iif someone strikes you across the cheek, turn ro him your othet cheek also. If he sues you for your
    tunic, give him your cloak as
    well. We are not taught humility in any church. We aren't taught not to judge others, less we be judged. I am SO HUNGRY FOR A REAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH THAT PREACHES CHRIST!!!