Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind by Joyce Meyer

By Joyce Meyer

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Worry, doubt, confusion, melancholy, anger and emotions of condemnation: a majority of these are assaults at the brain. If readers be afflicted by unfavourable recommendations, they could take middle! Joyce Meyer has helped thousands win those all-important battles. In her hottest bestseller ever, the liked writer and minister indicates readers tips to swap their lives by means of altering their minds.

She teaches tips on how to care for millions of innovations that individuals imagine each day and the way to concentration the brain the best way God thinks. and he or she stocks the rigors, tragedies, and supreme victories from her personal marriage, relatives, and ministry that led her to wondrous, life-transforming truth--and finds her concepts and emotions each step of the way.

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God says: Build up yonder. It is a good deal better to have life with Christ in God than anywhere else. I would rather have my life hid with Christ in God than be in Eden as Adam was. Adam might have remained in Paradise for 16,000 years, and then fallen, but if our life is hid in Christ, how safe! [23] Chapter II Its Inhabitants The inhabitant shall not say, I am sick. The people that dwell therein shall be forgiven their iniquity. Isaiah xxxiii, 24. The society of heaven will be select. No one who studies Scripture can doubt that.

Christ is there; God, the Father, is there; and many, many who were dear to us that lived on earth are there--and we shall be with them by and by. We find clearly in the 18th chapter of Matthew, 10th verse, that the angels are there: "Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones; for I say unto you, that in heaven, their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven. " We shall have good company up there; not only those who have been redeemed, but those who have never been lost; those who have never known what it is to transgress; those who have never known what it is to be disobedient; who have obeyed Him from the very morning of creation.

As has been well said, out of that spring at Antioch a mighty stream has flowed to water the world. Astarte, the "Queen of Heaven," whom they worshiped; Diana, Apollo, the Pharisee and Sadducee, are no more, but the despised Christians yet live. Yet that heathen city, which would not take Christianity to its heart and keep it, fell. Cities that have not the refining and restraining [14] influences of Christianity well established in them, seldom do amount to much in the long run. They grow dim in the light of ages.

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