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Joyce Meyer’s main theme is that although feelings can be very strong and demanding, you do not have to let them rule your life. Opening with a quote from Jonatan Mårtensson: “Feelings are much like waves, we can’t stop them from coming, but we can choose which one to surf.” Living Beyond Your Feelings shows you how.
The answer, she demonstrates, is in making decisions not on your own emotions and feelings, but on God’s Word so that you can live each day with an indescribable peace and joy, enjoying a more stable life and more satisfying relationships with family, friends and colleagues.
As you read the book, Joyce asks you to make decisions, write them down and confess them out loud as your first step to taking control of your life and feelings. The principles she proposes “agree with God’s Word and will put you in a position of authority rather than one of a slave,” she says. “You can have victory rather than being a victim. You don’t have to wait to see how you feel every day before you know how you will act.”
The practical guides and scriptural instructions are designed to help you make decisions based on biblical wisdom, not feelings, understand how your personality triggers your emotions, shed the guilt and fear from your past and grow into good emotions that stay in balance.
“I believe,” says the author, “this book will help you understand yourself better than ever before and also equip you to make decisions that will release God’s best into your life.”
Living Beyond Your Feelings by Joyce Meyer was published by FaithWords in March 2013 and is our 4249th best seller. The ISBN for Living Beyond Your Feelings is 9781444703306.
Bible teacher, broadcaster and lecturer around the world, Joyce Meyer is the writer of well over eighty books, all written with the one intention, of helping ordinary people to reach their full potential as Christians.
This title, as always drawing on her own life experiences and anecdotes of those she has met and counselled, concentrates, as the title infers, on feelings confronting emotions.
Working through various emotions and situations that can overwhelm us, the author talks about them, analysing them and discussing them thoroughly, giving guidance on how we should deal with them in a life affirming way.
Chapter 1: I Want to Do What Is Right, but I Do What Is Wrong!
Chapter 2: Why Am I So Emotional?
Chapter 3: Tell Someone How You Feel
Chapter 4: Our Secrets Make Us Sick
Chapter 5: I Wish I Didn’t Feel This Way
Chapter 6: Do You Have a Pulse?
Chapter 7: Emotional Reactions
Chapter 8: Thoughts Are Fuel for Feelings
Chapter 9: Words Are Fuel for Emotions
Chapter 10: Can I Control Something for a Change?
Chapter 11: Anger
Chapter 12: Guilt
Chapter 13: Fear
Chapter 14: Handling Loss
Chapter 15: Freedom from Discouragement and Depression
Chapter 16: Why Is It So Hard to Forgive?
Chapter 17: How Emotions Affect Our Health
Chapter 18: Stress and Emotions
Chapter 19: Good Emotions
“This is a book I will recommend for everyone. It's life changing, renewing and refreshing. It teaches how to control your emotions and not let your emotions control you. It teaches that we should not rely on feelings as they are unstable. We can feel wrong, but choose right though it may feel wrong. It's such a powerful book to have in a library as one can refer to it anytime.” Other Retailer’s Review.
“This book is very transformational when applied to your daily life. the beauty of "living beyond your feelings" is that it relates to you, its the reality of life, what you go through everyday and how you can make the best out of life.” Other Retailer’s Review.
|Author / Artist||Joyce Meyer|
|Publisher||FaithWords (March 2013)|
|Page last updated||16th February 2019|