Home » Joyce Meyer Devotional » Sermon for today by Joyce Meyer :Breaking Bad Habits

Sermon for today by Joyce Meyer :Breaking Bad Habits

Topic :Breaking Bad Habits

joyce meyer ministries
joyce meyer ministries

I want to start this chapter by being honest. Breaking bad habits takes a strong commitment, an investment of time, a lot
of hard work, and a willingness to be uncomfortable while you are transitioning from bondage to freedom. If you are not
willing to do that, then I doubt that I can help you. Breaking a bad habit can be like breaking up with a bad boyfriend who is
abusing us.

We know breaking up with him is the right thing to do, but we may miss him even though being with him means being hurt.

We must learn to follow the wisdom of God and do what we know will be good for us in the long term and not follow the thing that makes us feel good physically oJesus did a hard thing by sacrificing His life for us, and He didn’t ever say,



Join 877 other subscribers

“This is just too hard.” He did it through
prayer, constantly leaning on God, and having a strong commitment to doing the will of God. He, for the joy of obtaining the prize that was set before Him, endured the cross
(Hebrews 12:2b).

As you begin your journey of breaking bad
habits, keep the reward that you will receive in mind. We are motivated by reward, and God is certainly the Rewarder of those who are diligent. When you are weary of doing battle with your wrong desires, think of how wonderful it will be when the bad habit is broken and a good one has taken its place.
The number of bad habits we could talk about is endless,and no matter how many I mention I might miss yours, but the answer to them all is the same. Perhaps you want to quit smoking cigarettes, or overeating, or being critical of others.
You may even be dealing with a more serious addiction such as alcoholism, gambling, drug addiction, pornography, or an eating disorder. The name of the addiction is not the important thing. The important thing is for you to know that God loves you unconditionally and Jesus came to undo the works of the devil, to set captives free, and to give us a life that we can enjoy.

All things are possible with God, so whether your bad habit is eating too much sugar or drug addiction, God is able and
willing to set you free. I realize that breaking a habit of drinking eight cans of soda a day is not going to be as difficult as
breaking an addiction to drugs. The problems are not the same but God is the same, and He has enough strength to meet
whatever your need may be

Check Also

joyce meyer ministries

Don’t let anxiety win! Joyce Meyer Ministries

Table of Contents1 Girls’ Night In with Joyce1.1 START THE STUDY Answer To Anxiety Book …

Enjoy Daily Prayers and - Open Heavens Daily Devotional - Billy Graham Daily Devotional - Our Daily Bread Devotionals - UCB Word for Today Devotionals - In touch Ministries Daily Devotionals - My Utmost For His Highest Daily Devotionals - All Rccg Live programs and Events - Rccg Sunday School Manuals ( Weekly Teacher and Students Manuals ) - Winner Chapel Daily Covenant Hours and Programs - Dclm Pastor Kumugi Daily Manna Devotional - Seeds Of Destiny Daily Devotional - Spirit Meat Rev. Olusola Areogun Daily Devotional - CAC living Water Daily Devotional Guides - CAC Weekly Sunday School Manuals - Rhapsody Of Realities Daily Devotionals - Our Daily Journey Devotionals - Turning Point Today Daily Devotionals - Christian Useful Secrets Tips - Worship Video Musics and songs - Ray Stedman Daily Devotional - Pastor Benny Hinn Inspirational Teachings - Bishop David Oyedepo Inspirational Teachings - Pastor Rick Warren Daily Hope Devotional - Pastor Faith Oyedepo Motivational Messages - Daily Devotions Etc

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.