Joyce Meyer  | – How to Get Rid of Condemnation | Joyce Meyer

Joyce shares about a time when her daughter, Sandra, refused to feel condemned after receiving God’s forgiveness, and the opportunities it opened up for her. If you have a hard time forgiving yourself and moving on from your mistakes, this is a must [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:

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  1. I feel like my life was better when I didn’t believe in no god I feel like I’ve stepped into some eternity curse I decided to take my son & self from ministry & just face reality & leave that walk of life alone

  2. Thank you Miss Joyce. I have confessed many of my sins to those I've hurt, asked for and in many cases received forgiveness from them, not all but most. I still haven't forgiven myself I think. I have broken down on hand and knee begging God for forgiveness, and still feel like I just shouldn't exist anymore. I think passed trauma and self sinning behaviour has broken something inside me. But I'm still here, even if I drown in my own tears I'll learn to breath water I guess; maybe it'll become holy water one day.