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Joyce Meyer 14 May 2019 Devotional – Practice Common Courtesy

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Joyce Meyer 14 May 2019 Devotional – Practice Common Courtesy

Topic: Practice Common Courtesy

Key Verse: …[Love] is not rude (unmannerly) and does not act unbecomingly.… — 1 Corinthians 13:5 (AMPC)

Being courteous is a way to show kindness and respect for others. One way to be courteous is to always say “please” and “thank you.” These are two forms of common courtesy that I encourage you to practice.

Message: Joyce Meyer 14 May 2019 Devotional

I want to especially encourage you to be courteous at home with your family. I am trying to remember to always say “please” when I ask Dave to do something for me, and “thank you” when he has done it.

It is very important that we don’t take our loved ones for granted. Having good manners in public should be an overflow of what we normally do at home behind closed doors.

Love is not rude, according to 1 Corinthians 13:5. Rudeness usually results from selfishness, and one way to fight it is to use good manners at all times. Our society is filled with rudeness, harshness, and crudeness, but this does not display the character of God.

Jesus said He is “not harsh, hard, sharp, or pressing” (Matthew 11:30 AMPC), and we need to follow His example.

Joyce Meyer 14 May 2019 Devotional

We certainly need to make a point of being thankful and expressing our gratitude. In several places, the Bible makes the point that we are to be thankful and say so. We may think we are thankful, grateful people, but what is in the heart does come out of our mouths (see Matthew 12:34). If we are indeed appreciative, expressing thanks should come naturally for us.

Prayer Starter: Lord, help me today to show courtesy—kindness, and respect—with everyone around me. I don’t want to be selfish or rude. Please continue to change me and make me more like Jesus. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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Joyce Meyer Devotional 26 May 2019 – Carried In His Arms

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Joyce Meyer Devotional 26 May 2019 – Carried In His Arms

Today’s Topic: Carried In His Arms

Key Verse: I will say to the LORD, “My refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” — Psalm 91:2

At various points in our lives, all of us feel we’re getting “out of our depth” or “in over our heads.” There are problems all around: a job is lost, someone dies, there is strife in the family, or a bad report comes from the doctor. When these things happen, our temptation is to panic because we feel we’ve lost control.

But think about it: The truth is that we’ve never been in control when it comes to life’s most crucial elements. The only thing that holds us up—and the thing we can be most grateful for—is the grace of God, our Father, and that won’t change.

God is never out of His depth, and therefore, we’re safe when we’re in life’s “deep end” because we can trust that He will always carry us in His arms.

Prayer Starter: Thank You, Father, that You are a refuge for me. I know that because You are with me, I can feel safe and secure. Thank You that no matter how difficult life may seem, I can be at peace because You will never let me go. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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Joyce Meyer Devotional 25 May 2019 – A Holy Thing

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Joyce Meyer Devotional 25 May 2019 – A Holy Thing

Today’s Topic: A Holy Thing

Key Verse: And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you shall call his name Jesus. — Luke 1:31

Joyce Meyer Devotional 25 May 2019 Message:

When Gabriel appeared to Mary, the Holy Spirit came upon her and planted in her womb a “Holy Thing.” This Seed was the Son of God sent to deliver mankind from sin.

When you are born again, a “Holy Thing,” the Holy Spirit, is planted in you. As you water that Seed with God’s Word, it will grow into a giant tree of righteousness, “the planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified” (Isaiah 61:3).

Prayer Starter: Father, I worship You for sending Your son, Jesus, to save us from our sins. Thank You for all of the blessings in my life, Lord. Please continue the good work You are doing in me and through me by the power of Your Holy Spirit. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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Joyce Meyer Devotional 24 May 2019 – Acknowledge God

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Joyce Meyer Devotional 24 May 2019 – Acknowledge God

Scripture: In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. — Proverbs 3:6

Message: It is so easy to start making a plan instead of waiting on God to give us His plan. Sometimes we are so entrenched in our own plans that we don’t even sense the leading of the Holy Spirit.

But the proverb says to acknowledge God in all our ways, and that means to care about what He thinks and submit our plans to Him for approval.

Having a plan is not a bad thing, but we can simply say to God each day, “Lord, I have a plan for today, but I acknowledge You in it. And if You don’t approve of any part of it, then I am willing to change and do what You want.”

Joyce Meyer Devotional 24 May 2019 – Acknowledge God

If you truly care about what God desires, He will direct you in the way you should go if any changes need to be made to your plans.

Prayer Starter: Father, I lift my plans up to You for this day. Please lead me by Your Spirit and direct me in the way I should go. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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