It was the summer of 2012 when my brother shared the gospel of Jesus Christ with me which led me to become born again through the Holy Spirit’s power. After that, I got hooked on reading the Bible, listening to sermons, and reading Christian books. My mother recommended that I check out a preacher named Joyce Meyer. I really enjoyed the way she taught about self-growth and discipline and am grateful for all I’ve learned from her.
While I don’t listen to her sermons anymore, they were such a help to me when I was a new Christian. I still have quite a few of her books and I would definitely recommend a few of them to beginner Christians who need a strong foundation in how to treat others as a believer. I’m going to share with you the ten best Joyce Meyer books for new Christians. All of these books helped me grow into a better, more mentally stable Christian.
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Battlefield Of The Mind
This book is one of her most successful and for good reason. Many ways the enemy attacks is through the mind of people. If he can control their mind, he can control their life. I would definitely recommend this book because I truly believe it can have a lasting, powerful impact on the reader if they take it seriously. I’ve bought multiples of this book and handed them out to various people throughout my walk with God. I currently don’t have it in my library, but will eventually get it again to share with my children.
God Is Not Mad At You
Before and after I got saved, I worked at KFC. That was my first job when I turned sixteen and I stay there for three years. During that time, I met an older Christian lady (I mean way older. She retired during my last year). She witnessed my transformation from a nonbeliever to a believer and would share wonderful stories about what God has done for her.
One day, she brought me this Joyce Meyer book. I read and reread that book many times and I still have it. It’s an amazing book for a baby Christian. Its main theme is that God loves you no matter how many times you mess up. Therefore, you should love yourself too.
This is important because many people are too hard on themselves. They think something is wrong with them if they keep making mistakes, but that’s just part of being a human. Everyone makes mistakes, but God loves you and won’t abandon you.
There are many cute stories in this book. One of my favorites is about a handicapped puppy that can’t walk. The person giving away the puppies expressed that no one would want the puppy and was confused when someone walked up and fell in love with it. When he asked why, the person pulled up their leg revealing a prosthetic leg. He saw the beauty in that puppy and God sees the beauty in you, too! Read more