Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer

I love Joyce Meyer. She’s an anointed speaker and writer. Her teachings are Biblically-based (although some people find her controversial!), real, very practical in the day-to-day living, and relevant to today’s times. She’s also hilarious! Joyce has now given a 30/30 study challenge. The goal of this challenge is reading the Bible for 30 minutes for 30 days.

She writes, “Think about it: 12 disciples turned the world upside down as a result of following Jesus. Is the Church at large today turning the world to Christ? As I’ve prayed about this, I’ve come to a simple conclusion: If we don’t study God’s Word consistently and apply this truth to our lives, we will lack the power we need to mature in Christ and glorify God in the world.”

 Hebrews 4:12 says, “The Word that God speaks is alive and full of power.”

I strive to have quiet time with God every day, usually first thing in the morning and last thing at night. Being humanly imperfect, I don’t always reach that goal. I felt Joyce’s challenge was a good way to start off the month of March. I began my challenge yesterday, March 1. 

Joyce Meyer's 30/30 Challenge

Joyce Meyer’s 30/30 Bible Study Challenge

Some tips she suggests are:

  • Begin with prayer, asking the Holy Spirit to be your Teacher;
  • use a Bible translation you can understand;
  • make it a priority every day;
  • be flexible and have your study whenever is best for your schedule;
  • meditate on verses you’ve studied throughout the day;
  • if you’re struggling with an issue in your life, study scriptures which address that issue;
  • you can use Bible study tools like concordances to help you go deeper, if you’d like;
  • eliminate distractions like your cell phone, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, email and focus on God’s word;
  • be consistent.

To find out more about Joyce’s challenge and to sign up, click here.

What about you? Will you join Joyce and me in the 30/30 challenge? What is an area you struggle with and will study?  

You can study more than one! Mine are wealth (prosperity), business, and marriage. 

 

Beth Jones International Speaker/Author

Beth Jones
International Speaker/Author

 

Beth Jones, International Speaker
www.BethJones.net

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