Sunday, January 20, 2008

The Gospel according to Joyce Meyer

a true christian is full of Joy

He dont ask for favors from the Lord
but he seeks to give Joy to his neighbor

by sharing his material possessions
by loving
by hugging
his neighbor

love the Lord your God with all your heart and soul and strength
and Love your neighbor as yourself

wash the feet of your neighbor
just as I did


I was sexually abused by my dad
I hated my dad

and i was burning with anger
until I learnt to forgive
and then i found Joy

- Joyce

Meyer's teaching style differs from that of many Christian speakers. She frequently talks about overcoming obstacles and finding strength to deal with difficult circumstances. She shares her views on how to deal with everyday life situations, often drawing on her own experiences.
Meyer speaks candidly and with a sense of humor, sharing with her audience her own shortcomings and taking playful jabs at stereotypical church behavior. A particular crowd favorite is the "robot" routine, in which she goes into a stiff-armed imitation of a robot chanting,
"What about me? What about me?"[3]

I was there and I created a riot almost

Books by Meyer
I Dare You:Embrace Life With Passion (2007), ISBN 0-446-53197-9
Look Great Feel Great: Joyce shares twelve practical keys that will help you look and feel great (2006), ISBN 0-446-57946-7
Approval Addiction: Overcoming Your Need to Please Everyone (2005), ISBN 0-446-57772-3
Straight Talk: Overcoming Emotional Battles with the Power of God's Word (2005), ISBN 0-446-57800-2
In Pursuit of Peace: 21 Ways to Conquer Anxiety, Fear, and Discontentment (2004), ISBN 0-446-53195-2
The Secret Power of Speaking God's Word (2004), ISBN 0-446-57736-7
How to Hear from God: Learn to Know His Voice and Make Right Decisions (2003), ISBN 0-446-53256-8
Me and My Big Mouth: Your Answer is Right Under Your Nose (2002), ISBN 0-446-69107-0
Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind (1993), ISBN 0-446-69109-7


Anonymous said...

will stuff a beetle up saby's rectum!

Anonymous said...

you bugger..who let you out on bail. saw your name on TV as one of the molestors in mumbai.

shame on you saby!

Keshi said...

ty for this post Jim! This is what Im saying thru my current post too...


Anonymous said...

MUMBAI, India - Hundreds of thousands of people have flooded to Joyce Meyer’s Festival of Life in Mumbai, India, where renown Christian artists Delirious and Hillsong are performing live.

Taking place at the MMRDA Grounds, which has staged India's biggest events ever like Bollywood's Filmfare Awards and concerts with Shakira, the anticipated festival is drawing large crowds as charismatic Christian author and speaker Joyce Meyer preaches messages of salvation.

Dressed in an orange Indian salwar kameez, Meyer told the crowd, "I’m here to urge people to enjoy everyday with God.”

The festival began on Thursday with praise and worship from local church teams, whose Bhajans and traditional singing in Marathi and Hindi made the crowd feel at home, spreading hope and cheer in the minds of people. Bollywood's popular Anil Kanth and Vijay Benedict added few tapping numbers.

English Christian rock and worship band Delirious later stepped onto the stage, leading worship as the crowd echoed in loud voices the popular hit “Majesty” in Hindi – “Hey Prabhu.”

"Until now, these grounds were being prepared for the arrival of super stars from India and all over the world. But this week, it's being prepared for the arrival of the King of Kings, the Creator of the Universe, the Beginning and the End, the only Living God – Jesus Christ," according to a statement by the Joyce Meyer Ministries.

Meyer, who claims to have visited India more times than any other country, told the festival crowd, "We see people of different creed, color, caste and languages, but do not forget we are one army in Christ, who serves and loves the Almighty God.”

Quoting tales of King David and the blind Bartimaeus from the Bible, Meyer referred to her struggles in life, including how she fought off a troubled childhood and a sexually-abusive father to emerge as the person she is today.

Urging people to believe and trust in God, she said, "God wants to bless and help us in our life. Trust and believe in His word, and your life will change."

Also preaching at the Jan. 17-20 event is Brian Huston, senior pastor of Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia.

Houston encouraged the people to be away from the mind of negativity and live positively. "Negativity is the indication of inner defeat. Negativity always justifies itself, excuses itself, and finds a reason for its existence," he said on Friday.

On Friday evening, at least 250,000 people gathered to hear Hillsong live. Their scintillating performance sparked the heart of worship and led the people in unison and grace.

Hillsong’s worship pastor, Darlene Zschech, later prayed for the worship leaders and encouraged them to worship God truthfully in spirit and not to be concerned over performance or popularity.

"I have never seen or been to such an amazing event. Marvelous is the presence of God here and I feel moved and encouraged by the sermons and music,” said one event participant.

"And more than all, when I see my brothers and sisters from different caste and color, joining together, I am just full of grace. I feel like Jesus Christ visited India and moved our hearts to serve him and love him more."

Joyce Meyer Ministries has been involved in extensive social work in Mumbai.

“We have 10 centers in areas like Ghatkopar, Bhandup, Vikhroli and Kalva that provide food to children in the city. We also run a transformation home for commercial sex workers in Badlapur where sex workers are provided vocational training,” said Scott Norling, Director of Asia of Joyce Meyer Ministries.