The theme for today’s Joyce Meyer daily Devotional November 22 2022 is ”Bless the Lord at All Times”
Here is today’s Joyce Meyer daily devo November 22 2022 designed for your spiritual refreshment. Kindly read today’s teaching by Joyce Meyer, meditate on the word of God and endeavor to act in accordance with them. As you start your day with God through his word, may he go before you to perfect all you have to do today.
Read Joyce Meyer Daily Devotional November 22 2022.
SCRIPTURE: I will bless the Lord at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth. — Psalm 34:1 (AMPC)
At times it seems like the whole world lives in fear and dread, but God’s children should not. We are to behave differently from the people of the world; we should let our light shine.
I never considered driving down the street to get a cup of coffee to be a huge privilege until after I had been hospitalized with breast cancer and had surgery. When I was released, I asked my husband to take me out for a coffee and a drive through a local park. It was amazing how much joy I felt. I was doing a very simple thing that was previously available to me every day, yet I had never seen it as a privilege.
Our son went on an outreach with a team of people who go visit the homeless each Friday evening, and after helping in this ministry, he was appalled at himself for the things he had murmured about in the past once he saw, by comparison, how some people were living. We would all feel exactly the same way. Those without a place to live would love to have a house to clean, while we dread cleaning ours. They would delight in having a car to drive, even an old one, while we complain about needing to wash ours or take it in for an oil change.
The point is, most of the time we lose sight of how blessed we are, but we should work at keeping it in the front of our thinking. Be thankful you can do anything in Christ, and don’t dread things you have to do.
Prayer of the Day: Thank You, Father, that through You I can face anything that comes my way today with peace, joy, and gratitude in my heart. Most of all, I’m thankful for Jesus and the finished work of the cross, amen.