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The Secret to True Happiness by Joyce Meyer


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  • ISBN-10 : 0340954515
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0340954515
  • Product Dimensions : 16 x 2.3 x 23.4 cm
  • Paperback : 288 pages
  • Publisher : Hodder & Stoughton (17 April 2008)
  • Language: : English
  • Book Condition: Used – Like New

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The Secret to True Happiness by Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer wrote The Secret to True Happiness.

Unfortunately, far too many people live for each day’s end while dreading tomorrow. The message of The Secret to True Happiness will change this kind of life to one of abundance and anticipation.

In addition, family dysfunction and other relational problems, the stress in the workplace, and even the daily onslaught of world events can weigh us down and make us feel hopeless.

Luckily, after coming through what seemed like a lifetime of abuse, hardship, and oppression, Joyce Meyer has come to live every day in victory and joy. She now gives her life away to spread the word that an exciting, enjoyable life is available to everyone!

Consequently, this book is a transformative journey that will take the reader from the drudgery of ordinary living to the vigour and excitement of following God’s path every day.

Each of the planned 29 chapters will be brief but packed with biblical wisdom and practical application. After reading this informative and entertaining book, you will be ready to enjoy today and embrace tomorrow. (Source: Publisher).


About the author of The Secret to True Happiness

She is an American Charismatic Christian author and speaker, the president of Joyce Meyer Ministries, born Pauline Joyce Hutchison on June 4, 1943.

Her ministry is near the St. Louis suburb of Fenton, Missouri, where she lives with her husband Dave and her four grown children.

A daughter of Army officer Paul Hutchison, Meyer was born in 1943 in south St. Louis while her father took part in World War II.

In interviews, she cites her experience with her father’s sexual abuse soon upon returning from war.

During a morning drive to work, Meyer reports hearing God call her name as she prayed intensely.

Her frustration drove her deeper into her faith, and later that night she was “drunk with the Spirit of God” while at a bowling alley. Although she had been born-again at the age of nine, her unhappiness drove her to faith.


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