Joyce Meyer is a famous Christian evangelist who has personally beaten depression. A fiery, wise woman with an understanding of psychological and biblical principles, Meyer knows how to use the Bible to assist those with depression in a straightforward and practical way. She blends biblical truths with a self-help approach and is about strengthening self-esteem.
Joyce Meyer went through bitter depression, loneliness and anger after she suffered sexual abuse from her father. She leads a large ministry helping other vulnerable people understand that the past doesn’t need to dictate the present or the future. She is a personal light for millions, holds the courage of her convictions, walks the walk and talks the talk. She often used candid self-reflection and humour in her presentations.
Joyce’s essential message to beating depression is:
You need the will to get well to get well. You need to want to get well. It’s that simple. Don’t just blame external circumstances and events, sometimes you need to make the most of the change.
Joyce Meyer is all about hope, a better future and brighter distance. She knows and believes that the best for everyone actually lies in the future as long as they are growing along healthy lines. Really believing that the best is in front of you and not behind you is the essence of real hope, a quality essential to any real recovery.
Joyce Meyer is a Christian and advocates the personal saving power of Jesus Christ. The message of the Bible is to have a heart for the poor and lift up the weary, downtrodden and brow beaten giving them strength, hope and a future in Christ.
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