JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES 11 NOVEMBER 2020 DEVOTIONAL — The Blessing of Conviction

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JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES 11 NOVEMBER 2020 DEVOTIONAL — The Blessing of Conviction

Joyce Meyer ministries 11 November 2020 devotional

( Daily Devo for Wednesday 11 November 2020)

TOPIC: The Blessing of Conviction

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And when He comes, He will convict and convince the world and bring demonstration to it about sin and about righteousness (uprightness of heart and right standing with God) and about judgment.

— John 16:8 (AMPC)

JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES 11 NOVEMBER 2020 DEVOTIONAL

MESSAGE:

Jesus told the disciples that when the Holy Spirit came, He would have an intimate, personal ministry to them. One of the things the Holy Spirit is responsible for is guiding believers into all truth.

JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES 11 NOVEMBER 2020 DEVOTIONAL

He is the one involved in the process of sanctification in believers’ lives, which is partially accomplished by His conviction in our hearts. Every time we start to get off track or go in a wrong direction, the Holy Spirit gently convicts us, letting us know that our behavior or decision is wrong, and shows us where to go instead.

This is accomplished by a “knowing” in our spirit that what we’re doing just isn’t right. When you and I feel convicted, we should repent and change our direction. If we’re willing to cooperate with the Holy Spirit, we can grow in spiritual maturity and release all the planned blessings of God in our lives. If, however, we ignore His conviction and go our own way, we’ll find the road extremely difficult.

JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES 11 NOVEMBER 2020 DEVOTIONAL

Satan doesn’t want us to receive conviction, or even to understand it. He always has a counterfeit for all the good things God offers—something somewhat like the truth, but actually a lie that will ultimately bring destruction instead of blessing. Satan’s counterfeit for true godly conviction is condemnation, which always produces feelings of guilt. When we’re condemned, we feel “down” in every way, and as if we were “under” something heavy, which is exactly where Satan wants us.

God, on the other hand, sent Jesus to set us free, to give us righteousness, peace, and joy (see Romans 14:17). Our spirits should be light and carefree, not oppressed and heavy with burdens that we are unable to bear. We cannot bear our sins; that’s why Jesus came to take them off our shoulders at the cross. As we receive His forgiveness, we can move forward freely, knowing that He’ll always lead, guide and show us anything we need to repent of, and give us the grace we need to change.

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Prayer Starter:

Father, thank You for Your conviction to keep me on track. Please help me discern the difference between Your convicting voice and the enemy’s condemning voice, and give me the grace I need to change and grow closer to You today. In Jesus’ name, amen.

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JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES 11 NOVEMBER 2020 DEVOTIONAL

Please don’t forget to share with your friends and families on social media so they can be blessed and be blessings to others. God bless you

The sweetest and biggest thing to ever happen to you is to make a decision to be saved through JESUS CHRIST. If you have not made that decision. Please make that decision now and say ” Lord Jesus forgive me for my sins and have mercy on me, thank you for dying for me on the cross, take me as your son / daughter and be my father. THANK YOU FOR SAVING ME, in JESUS CHRIST NAME AMEN. God bless you.

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This Daily Devotional was written by Joyce Meyer who is the founder of Joyce Meyer Ministries.

JOYCE MEYER MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

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