most likely have people, places and things you love, but do
you love your life? Ask yourself, are you just trying to survive?
Are you just enduring it?” – Joyce Meyer
advises against comparing your life with others because it
can keep you from loving your life, and God is not going to
give you someone else’s life. She tells us life can
be so challenging, maybe in different ways, but there is always
something. She cheers readers/listeners on as she explains
how to love your life.
first moves to examples in the Bible - David and the giants.
Solomon and the temple. Paul’s constant criticism and
persecution, even Mary giving birth in a barn, and everyone
one of them had a positive word to bring them through it.
They learned to love their lives.
then moves to her own personal stories, the growth of her
ministry. She explains love needs to be the central theme
of your life. “Your attitude affects everything.
advice is: Submit your life to God. Be positive and loving
in the moment – like watching your husband hit golf
balls to the point you start enjoying it.
shares her thoughts and fears when her ministry was growing
and she knew they needed to add office space, and how God
met their ministry needs his way, not their way. Joyce reminds
us that God has an amazing plan for each one of us. She covers
fear, grace, blessings, peace, and live in the present and
forget the past. Section two is the most important - Joyce
reminds us to love ourselves.
your Bible nearby once you start Living a Life You Love.
Joyce’s guidance will have you researching scripture
and rereading the bible stories mentioned. God’s Word
will never change and Joyce Meyer’s lessons will inspire
generations to come.
so busy loving your life that you have no time for
hate, fear, or regret.” – Author Unknown