Humble people ask for help.

Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer

Profession: Author
Nationality: American

Some suggestions for you :

Peace is one of the most precious gifts God has promised His children.

Every day is a gift from God. Learn to focus on the Giver and enjoy the gift!

God wants to use you to make other people happy! And the happier you make others, the happier you will be because you reap what you sow.

Humility requires discipline of the tongue.

When you become a Christian, something truly amazing happens: God comes to live inside your heart. You become the home of God.

When your soul is resting, your emotions are okay, your mind is okay, and your will is at peace with God, not resisting what He's doing.

Hope is having a positive attitude about everything that happens in life no matter what it is.

Extremely religious, legalistic people have a criticism or judgment about everyone and everything. They just have a way of bringing people down with what they say.

If you know how to worry, you know how to meditate. It means to think of something over and over.

Humility is the most beautiful virtue that we can develop.

Christianity is a lifestyle. And being a Christian is more than a label.

You see, you are a spirit, you have a soul, and you live in a body. You have emotions, you have thoughts, you have a will, and you have a conscience. You are a complex being! And Jesus came to heal every single part of you. There's not one part that He doesn't want to make completely whole.

Humility may well be one of the most difficult of the fruit of the Spirit to be cultivated in us - and to maintain. That's because without humility, it's not likely that you will put your complete trust in God.

What we need to understand is that when traditions become laws, rules, obligations and expectations others put on us that we don't want to fulfill, then they lose real meaning and steal the joy from our lives. And if we're too religious, we won't be able to be led by the Holy Spirit and enjoy an intimate relationship with Him.