Joyce Meyer’s Daily 7 March 2018 Devotional -When Progress Is Slow

Joyce Meyer’s Daily 7 March 2018 Devotional

Topic: When Progress Is Slow [Joyce Meyer’s Daily Wednesday March 7th, 2018]

Truly my soul finds rest in God; my salvation comes from him. Truly he is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I will never be shaken. — Psalm 62:1-2 (NIV)

It’s important to renew our minds, but it’s also important to realize that this process of reprogramming or renewing our minds will take place little by little. Don’t be discouraged if progress seems slow, or when you have setbacks or bad days. Just get back up, dust yourself off and start again.

Joyce Meyer Daily Devotional

Joyce Meyer’s Daily 7 March 2018 Devotional

When a baby is learning to walk, he falls many, many times before he develops the ability to walk without falling; however, the baby is persistent. He may cry for a while after he falls down, but he always gets right back up and tries again.

Learning to change our thinking works the same way. We struggle and fall down, but God is always there to pick us up. Rather than get frustrated, remember to do what the Bible says and “triumph” in your hardship, because the very fact that you’re struggling means you’re fighting the good fight of faith.

There will be days when we don’t do everything right—days when our thinking is negative. But never stop trying. God is gradually bringing us around to His way of thinking, as long as we don’t give up!

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Prayer Starter:  Joyce Meyer’s Daily 7 March 2018 Devotional

Lord, thank You for picking me up when I fall down. I know that when I’m struggling, You can work in me to help me overcome my negative mindsets and bring me more and more in line with Your way of thinking.

From Joyce Meyer’s Ministries, Joyce Meyer’s Daily 7 March 2018 Devotional

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