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Sunday, February 2, 2014


My notes from Joyce Meyer's message

at Lakewood Church Sunday 2 Feb 2014   11 am service. This message focuses on the need to have an unselfish attitude. I am not affiliated with Joyce Meyer Ministries other than being a partner and volunteer. These are my personal notes, not an exact transcript.


Joyce is talking about attitudes.

Attitudes are your thought life turned inside out.

We can decide what kind of attitude we will have.

God said I set before you life and death choose life.

God has set before us the ability to choose a good attitude or a bad attitude.

Choose a good attitude.


My notes from Joyce Meyer's message on Sunday 2/2/14 8:30 am Service at Lakewood Church.
This is the second message in the three part series on attitude. This message focuses on developing a patient attitude. Joyce lays out five areas of impatience people need to address. I am not affiliated with Joyce Meyer Ministries (other than being a partner and volunteer). These are my personal notes of her message; not an exact transcript.


This year it’s been on Joyce’s heart to preach about attitude.

We can’t do anything apart from God but anything God asks us to do He gives us the ability to do.

Everybody wants to have a good life.

But not everybody is doing what they need to be doing to have that life.

Passivity is one of the devil’s greatest deceptions.

Very few people are willing to do what’s right even if they’re the only one that’s doing it.

Today we’re talking about a patient attitude.


Saturday, February 1, 2014

These are my notes from Joyce Meyer's message on Saturday evening 2/1/14 7 pm Service at Lakewood Church.  This is the first message in the three part series on attitude. This message focuses on the power of attitude. Joyce shares five keys to having a good attitude. I am not affiliated with Joyce Meyer Ministries (other than being a partner and volunteer). These are my personal notes of her message; not an exact transcript.