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Joytime 2023

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    Amy McNeill
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    I am so proud of you! Praying for you to have a great day with many words of inspiration. Love you very much!!

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    Debbie Chaney
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    I love it. Everything looks great. I know this is going to touch alot of lives and be a blessing too them. I’m praying for you as you continue to do what I know God is leading you to do. Great job. I’m so proud of you. Sure wish I was there so we could celebrate this together. Have a great week-end. Love, Debbie

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    Kristi Furr
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    The website looks great! I can’t wait to hear your joytime segments. I’m praying for you. We miss you!

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    Candace Hatley
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    What a mighty God we serve! He is so good, you were obedient to His calling and look what He is doing! I am so proud of you but more importantly God is proud of you. love ya!

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    Janice Hinson
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    So thankful to know such a dedicated young,
    successful woman. Looking forward to June.
    Much love. Janice

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    Marcie
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    I’m so happy for you, and I am in awe as I watch God working in and through you!! So thankful he brought you south! πŸ™‚ One hour until the launch!!

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    Amy McNeill
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    Reliable friends who do what they say are like cool drinks in sweltering heat – refreshing!

    Proverbs 25:13 The Message

    Joy, thanks for always being refreshing!

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      Debbie
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      Wonderful, It reminds me of just how much you have taught me. Your one of my great gift from God.

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    Angela BArbee
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    I am so very proud of you! Love you!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    I am so blessed to have such a Wonderful and Talented Friend who is so devoted to God. I have learned so much from “my Joy”. Can’t wait to see you in June!!!!

    I Love Joytime!!!!!!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    Great Picture. You look like a true professional radio DJ!!! Praying all is well!

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    Abby Lawhon
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    So excited for you joy!!!! God is good!

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    Vicki Eudy
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    joy,
    We are so excited for you and joytime ministries! The life you live for Christ is amazing. We are so glad to say we know her. Miss you so much but continue the work you are doing and may God have all the glory!

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    Susan Lutz
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    Hi Joy!
    Enjoyed our conversation this am as you traveled to Memphis? Hope the MPJE went well! I wish you well in your Joytime ministry and I plan to direct our daughter to it for your messages. She is going thru some tough times right now and this would be such a blessing to her! I am so looking forward to meeting you in Glen Eyrie!
    I do believe God has indeed called you to do what you are doing right now and you can be such a blessing to so many.
    I will keep you and your Joytime ministries in my prayers.
    See you in Glen Eyrie. Travel with God.
    Susan Lutz

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    Amy McNeill
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    I am so grateful you have this website and the new ministry. Even though I can’t hear you on the radio, I listen to your segments here and they are such a blessing! As I always say, everyone needs “Joy” in their life! πŸ™‚

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    Amy McNeill
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    Congrats! Big accomplishment!

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    Joan Crisco
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    I just found out about your website. So excited for you and really enjoyed hearing your voice again. We miss you and your family but know you are doing God’s work. I look forward to hearing you everyday!

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    Hazel Whitley
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    Hey Joy! Did not know about your website!I have really missed you.I feel like

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    Ken Fullington
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    Joy I really enjoy listening to your show on the Dove..I just recently introduced my wife as well…We are now both fans…
    God Bless.
    Kenneth Fullington

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    Hazel Whitley
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    I love this Psalm!I have had some rejection in my life and this has been so comforting to read through the years.We are so special to God!

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    Amy McNeill
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    Look in the upper right corner of this page – you will see join Joy’s study. I wish I were close enough to be there but if you are in the Jackson area, I strongly encourage you to attend!! You will be so blessed with the message and the speaker!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    A Special Happy Birthday to Bryan!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    Glad you got to come to your NC home for a bit!
    This is a great Psalm! One of my Favorites!

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    Kendra
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    Hey Joy!! I have enjoyed reading your devotions! This one really hit home. I plan on sharing this with our women’s group tonight at church. Thank you! I hope you and the family are doing great!! I miss that Sam and those big hugs!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    Joy

    Thank you for this today. God is really using you, NO DOUBT.

    I received some devastating news today and this has helped!

    Thanks My Dear Friend!!!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    I LOVE my Joytime T-Shirt

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    Pat Ennis
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    Joy, love your article and am enjoying every gray hair on my head!
    Love your wit and gift of expression! What an encourager you are!!!!!

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    Joy
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    Thanks so much for the encouragement Pat!

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    Misty Nordan
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    My husband and I are adopting. We were approved January 2012, and are awaiting “The Call.” Thank you, Joy, for writing about adoption. God truly did adopt each and everyone one of us into His family.

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    Kim
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    Thanks Joy! Perfect timing for this message:)

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    jean wallace
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    I am a Christian and I have a Christian friend I have known since high school. she has done nothing to be but not I don’t want to be around her. she gets on my nerves. I feel at time we have grown apart as she gaines weight and I lose and I want to do things that you have to work, I love to exercise and all she wants to do is sit and watch a move or sit and eat. I feel we don’t have much in common any more except for Jesus. and a lof of the same beliefs and morals. what do I do? I have told God how I feel. I just do not want to be around her and she sits next to me at church.

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      Joy
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      Oh are friendships complicated! I want to encourage you, my friend, to talk with God about this issue as often as it comes to your mind. He desires for His children to live in harmony with one another and although we have struggles with each other from time to time…love in Christ is the strongest bond! I encourage you to examine your heart and your relationship with God. Ask Him to bring to your mind any area you need to surrender over to Him and make sure your relationship with Him is where it should be. Then, focus on the things that you have in common with this friend. Don’t gossip about her, and ask God to help you see the good in her. Ask Him to heal your relationship with her and ask Him to provide opportunities to talk with her, in love, about how you feel. Thank you for sharing this. I pray God will do a mighty work between you and this friend.

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      Tonya
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      I can tell you the experience I had with a friend that I didn’t want to be around. I kept asking God why do I have to be friends with her. I felt she was needy. I just wanted to meet her need and keep it moving. My mom told me one day “you need her just as much as she needs you”. At the time I wasn’t trying to hear it. But when she moved away I missed her terribly. So she may be aggy but trust if she’s in your life it’s for a reason. I appreciate where you guys are and make the most of it.

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        Joy
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        Thank you for sharing, Jean! That’s a good word!!

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    Jennifer
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    Thanks for always posting right when I need it. I have felt so selfish lately and have really tried to remember this verse.

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      Joy
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      I’m so glad this post encouraged you this weekend! What a good reminder of how we are to love others. I appreciate your comment. Thank you for reading my posts! πŸ™‚

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    Kim Jones
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    Thanks Joy! Right on target:)

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    Amy McNeill
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    Leslie, that is beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing your story.

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    George Delk
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    I know the story & almost cried. Many have been blessed through you all. May the Lord guide all our journeys.

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    Jennifer D.
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    Thanks for challenging us. I had already committed to myself to read through the Bible chronologically next year. Hoping I can stay committed to it!!

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    Misty Nordan
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    OK, let’s do this!!! thank you!!

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    Kathy McBroom
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    Hey–just checking to see if you were still on for Monday night Feb 18? We are planning a night of worhsip for the last Monday night, but we can switch that if we need to. We are entitling the studies “Passion and Purity”. The topics are purity of heart, mind and body if you want to choose a particular one. I will take whatever. Thanks!!
    Kathy McBroom

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      Joy
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      Kathy, Yes! That night is fine for me. I’m very excited to come and speak to your group. Let’s talk a little closer to time and talk about the specifics. Thanks for asking me! I hope you and your family had a wonderful New Years!

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    Cassie
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    Thanks Joy! This is what I needed to be reminded of during this happy but stressful time ;)!

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    Adrianne
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    Great reminder and I love the quote from C.S. Lewis. I could benefit by rereading this post at least once a week if not everyday!

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    Jennifer D.
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    Thanks so much for this reminder!! It seems as women this is something we all deal with at one time or another. I wish it was easier to constantly ignore Satan and his lies!

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    Jennifer D.
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    It was a great night!!! Thanks for planning it!

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    Nan Stapleton
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    Thank you Joy for your dedication to the Lord’s calling. We truly enjoyed having you as our guest this weekend. May God bless you!!

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    Laurel Dorris
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    Yay! So need to hear this again over and over again!

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    Deborah
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    Joy, I used to color my hair all the time until I decided this year to try to
    live according to God standards and not the workd’s standards.
    So I am going natural and knowing the according to Proverbs
    gray hair is a crown of slendor/glory abtained by a righteous life
    So why would I not want to display that…..trying it!! πŸ™‚

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    Hazel Whitley
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    I love this post!It took me years to really sink in that God loved me that much to choose me.A lot of this was because of my disfunctioal family.I am so glad I am chosen! Hazel Whitley

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    Angie
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    Thanks for the reminder that God chose me and God chose you. He chooses us individually. It is especially comforting just before Valentine’s day otherwise known as “Single Awareness Day.” It would be nice to have a man to choose me as his Valentine, but God has already chosen me.
    “Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine.” (Isaiah 43:1)
    “I will give you the treasures of darkness, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the LORD, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.”(Isaiah 45:3)
    “For your Maker is your husband– the LORD Almighty is his name– the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer; he is called the God of all the earth.” (Isaiah 54:5)
    Thanks again for the encouragement. It’s interesting how one thought leads to another. Your thoughs caused me to think of a verse I thought was in Isaih, but I searched and never could find it. I found the other encouraging verses listed above instead. Happy Valentine’s Day.

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    tracie love miller
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    Joy it was so refreshing reading your blog for the first time.I remember you from West Stanly High School.You were a bright and very liked person.A friend of mine shared information about you on facebook.I am so happy for you and your family.I do remember seeing you also at Ridgecrest School on the PTO staff.I am sure you have heard the school has been closed down.My kids started there since kindergarten.We loved the school and were excited the kids would be going to a good school.You can send me messages about your JoyBLOGS TO MY email address.

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    Art Madill
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    Great Idea of what you are doing.Stay in touch,

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    Jennifer
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    Thanks so much for writing today! I feel like you we’re writing for me. God has placed a dream in my heart. I was excited when it was placed there and have pursued it, but the closer it gets to being carried out the more doubt grows in my mind. I am constantly questioning myself now. Thanks for posting what I needed to hear!!

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      Jennifer
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      Sorry, should be were not we’re

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    Ann Tate
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    Thank you for your bible studies on your blog.
    Please add me to your list.

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    King George
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    some times i wonder why thing go wrong

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    Mickey Okeyo
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    Great testimony…Continue doing the good work

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    Art Madill
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    Thanks for your ride with me Joy.

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    Sharonfisherwilcox
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    Felt convicted on both thanks for the share on blog..you truly are a bkessing Joy..

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    Carolyn
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    Thank you for posting this wise cousel! I am going through some life changes that seem unbelievable to me. Funny when I realized Ihe verse of Isaiah 41:10 has been posted by my bedside table for months and I really do need to meditate on it and memorize it. Thank you for reminding me. I have had my whole world shook up, and it makes you question many things. But God is still there and if I don’t understand it, I can gain assurance knowing He does understand. Thank you again.

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    Tyra Gardner
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    Wow!!! It is such a blessing to learn what God has been doing in yours and Bryan’s wonderful lives! It is a true honor to be able to say that I “grew up” with you and more of an honor to pass along your ministry for Jesus!
    We will be looking forward to your concert and hopefully can get a chance to speak with you and Bryan.
    You’ll be in our prayers for safe travel, abundant blessings and most of all God’s continued Favor upon your family’s lives! GOD IS SO GOOD!!!
    Love to you all!
    Scott & Tyra

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    Mandi
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    Yes one phone call can change your life! In a split second your world can come crashing down. This is when I learned to trust God! He has a plan and we must trust his plan!!!

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    Pam Carle
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    Joy,
    I will remember you and your health issues in my prayers
    Pam

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    Art Madill
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    Bless you Joy. Hope you and family are doing well. Our oldest grandson just won the state championship baseball .he is 17 now.see u.

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    Zamia
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    I met your husband today in Tucson, AZ. He and two other people came to do a survey for Gary Morgan. Could you please email me as I regretfully didnt get their names. He told me about your page. My email is zamiacastro@aol.com. Thx

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    Glenda
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    Thanks for the encouraging words today…what you said is so true….we sure can put on that happy face and at the same time be broken inside….

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    Lori Ring
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    Thanks Joy…needed this sooooo much right now πŸ™‚

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    Tyra Gardner
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    Well said and you are so right on all counts! Thank you for you awesome words of encouragement!

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    Tyra Gardner
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    Wonderful and very appropriate idea for your ministry. So happy for you and thankful for what you stand for! YOU GO GIRL!

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    Tyra Gardner
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    What a beautiful family you are blessed with! And your story is so encouraging and do true! Thank you for sharing!

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    Kim
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    Your words ring such truth. So glad that we don’t have to fake it with our God and that He truly does tend to our daily needs…

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    Greta White
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    Thanks, Joy!

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    Jill Wheeler-Lowden
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    Amen! Thankyou for the reminder. Sometimes it takes time and constant prayer, sometimes it takes prayer and fasting, sometimes it hurts, BAD, but none the less we are not excused from obeying God’s word, no matter how hard it is.
    Hey, i wonder how hard it was for GOD to forgive you and I, to turn His back on His only son and let Him suffer for us, all the while knowing it would all one day lead to this moment: When, after choosing Him and having Him with us always to direct us in what is right and what is wrong, enabling us to choose goodness and to be holy, that we would look back to the face of the Father who suffered the ultimate sacrifice for us, and say, “I’m sorry God, but this time it is just too hard to do what you ask of me.”? My God is SO worth any suffering I will ever face, and He is with me thru it all. Knowing that I would fail Him, He died, He suffered loss, He did something that was very, very hard, to enable me for this moment. I choose to fight the unforgivness that tries to get ahold of my heart, DAILY, untill the day that I die, because I know the greatest blessing in doing so is that I’m not fighting alone!

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    Amy McNeill
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    Wonderful message. Love you.

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    Cecelia Smith
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    Thank you so much for this message today. I can certainly relate to it, like it was written for me. It took me a long time and mistakes to realize that I should always talk to God about decisions to be made or problems to solve. He is the only one who can tell me what to do. When I started really trusting Him, my life became so much better and less stress. Thank you Joy!

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    Mandi Eudy
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    What a wonderful message and so true!!! I will admit though once you have been betrayed by someone or feel like friends have turned their backs on you it is (for me) hard to trust anyone again. I have been encouraged by this and will look to God to help me work through this difficult time and not to shut everyone out just because of the hurt I feel. I may just miss out on an IMPORTANT Friendship!!!!

    Thanks Joy! I Love and Miss you!!!

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    Adrianne
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    Joy,

    Your last two posts have been so timely–and hitting me right where I am spiritually. The inner life can be such a battle! especialy regarding our attitudes about others. Thanks for sharing these thoughts and being transparent about your own life! I needed this reminder.

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    Ashleigh-Anne
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    This could not possibly be a more timely post for me. Just what I needed to hear today! Thank you, Joy, for speaking the truth! πŸ™‚

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    Kim
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    He does indeed know the condition of our hearts… Thank you so much for your honesty and for encouraging all of us to be honest with ourselves too:)

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    Ashleigh-Anne
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    Love love love this!!!!!!!!

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    Adrianne
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    Great post and great self-reflection questions. I love it when you convict me. I need it. Keep it coming!:)

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    ART MADILL
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    I am sure you will have great adult Christians from your examples you are teaching your children.”deut 6:7

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    Adrianne
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    Those are some great guidelines–rules for life! I particularly needed the one about listening to the Holy Spirit. Now, I just hope that I will do it!

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    Vicki Ritch
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    Thanks for the reminder. You know it but at the right time you need a friendly reminder and that is exactly what I needed this morning. GOD bless you as you continue in His ministry!

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    Ashleigh-Anne
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    Get out of my head!! It’s as if you read my mind. I needed to see this so badly. I printed off your list of lessons and taped it to my bathroom mirror so that I can be reminded of it each morning before I start my day. I need to be intentional about all of these things DAILY! As always, thank you for allowing the Lord to use you to encourage all of us!

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    Grand Island expert roof installation
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    tami wellman
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    Leslie and Fonsie, Praise the Lord! What a beautiful family and testimony. Makes me want to draw near to the Lord and keep following Him closely! Thanks for sharing! Tami

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    Adrianne
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    Joy, I am going to put this into action right away. What a great reminder for us all to look back and see how God has moved in our lives and used situations for our good and His glory. The posts are so helpful. Keep it coming!

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    Glenda
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    Great reminder Joy…thanks for your encouraging words and for reminding me of what an awesome God we serve.

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    Jennifer
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    That is a beautiful tradition, I will be taking your idea =) Merry CHRISTmas and God bless.

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    Janey Church
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    I love listening to you on 106.9 and also reading your blog.

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    Adrianne
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    I love this! I did this years ago with my kids but we prayed for the family for one night and then chose a new card each day. This way you can really focus on the family more! I also like the encouragement when “life happens”. It is so important to not got bogged down when we fail–which we will do from time to time.
    WHat a great message for us all.

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    Adrianne
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    Amen, sister. What a familiar topic that I identify with all too well.

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    Debbie Hardee
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    Your exactly right about being a worry wort. It is a normal human reaction but when all is said and done if we turn it all over to God the end result is his will for our lives. Thank you for that message. I definitely needed to read that.

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    Vicki Ritch
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    love your post!

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    gmapes@click1.net
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    Oh Joy, how I needed this today. You know what we’re going through with mother right now and it is so hard. When I don’t know what to do next, I just call on the name of Jesus! I love you and your wisdom and comforting words.

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    Diane Fink
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    Joy, saw you in Albemarle last year and at West Albemarle Baptist Church, love Adam Hatley & family. I needed this tonight. I am sitting by my precious Daddy’s bed. Only matter of time, waiting on God’s perfect timing to take him HOME. ALL family called in last weekend, goodbyes been said, tears shared, Bible verses, prayers spoken, so many I LOVE YOUs have been said. We talked about heaven and assuring him we will take care of Momma. He has been sick 3 years my Momma taking care of him. Hospice started last Sept. This is hard but I am seeing & looking for every positive I can find in this experience. My (wise) daughter reminded me, “this is nothing compared to Jesus, suffering on the cross for us” this instantly gave me more strength. I love my Lord & Saviour, I trust Him completely, our family will be stronger as we get through this together. We are Survivors, too. Thank you Joy, God Bless your ministry.

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    Fran
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    Joy…you have NO IDEA how much that meeting fed me Monday night at your house. To simply “be” with believers, striving to serve the Lord with all their heart, and to be encouraged to shine brightly…is what this soul needed. To just be reminded of the charge you gave us as you read out of Matthew, was what this soul needed. You reminded me to keep my “eyes up and press on!”

    He is good to us, isn’t He?

    Love you dearly.

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    Kim
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    Thanks so much Joy… this really ministered to me this morning!

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    Jennifer
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    So true! Thanks Joy!

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    Adrianne
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    Great post, Joy!

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    Vicki Ritch
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    I love that you can put into words what I think sometimes. So beautifully written!

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    Diane Fink
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    Enjoyed this so much! God Bless!

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    Sharon Wilcox
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    Great word for what we are going through right now!!Thanks Joy..God Bless!!

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    Adrianne
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    Joy,
    I am grateful for you!
    Also, I have gone throught this same experience with my son although we could call his method “Stuff, Smash, Cram and then Pile Legos on top”! Your mom is so wise too–with encouraging you at the end of the process!

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    Tom Mapes
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    Joy,
    Thanks for your review. Since Englewood is strongly wanting us to teach the 6 week pre-Easter series based on the movie, I need to see it for myself, before leading our class and perhaps suggesting them see it too.
    Sounds like a far cry from the “Gold standard” Mel’s Passion 10 yeard ago. I’ll see it Saturday at 4 in Humboldt.
    Let’s talk about it on “Morning Praise” Friday.
    What else do you have planned?
    F.Y.I. March 27th is your 2nd anniversary of “JOYTIME” on Grace Broadcasting……Just before the DOVE was born April lst.

    You have come a long way Sister amd the Lord gets the Glory.
    See yah size 4.
    The Bomb

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    Suzy Osum
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    Thanks for the review. My daughter wants to see it so I was doing some research on it.

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    Brenda
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    Thank you for the review as my 9 1/2 year old daughter has been begging to see this since she first saw it advertised. As it was rated PG-13 I wasn’t sure if she should see it yet, but she knows the story and what will happen to Jesus. Your review has helped me decide that she will be able to go see it.

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    Adrianne
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    Oh, how I can relate! The best remedy to the frustration is as you say–to take the long view/big picture perspective. Thanks for the reminder!

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    Kim
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    Just what I needed to hear this morning! Thank you πŸ™‚

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    maria him...
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    thank you for your comments. they were very helpful to me as a Christian mother of three kids in PanamΓ‘.

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    Cheryl
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    I googled “when things seem hopeless” and I found you. Right now I feel as though I am at the end of the rope of hopefulness and am dropping into an abyss of hopelessness, hurt, and grief. I have prayed and prayed for 3 weeks now for God to hear my prayers and take this present burden from my family. I am trying so hard to have faith but I am drowning in depression and hurt. Your words in this post mean a lot though and I will keep on praying.

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    Hannah Keymon
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    Amazing testimony Scott! I am so fortunate to know this Godly man that you have become along with your beautiful wife and family. You are a true miracle of Gods grace and mercy. Love you friend and look forward to seeing you in heaven along side me and mine one day in the future.

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    Ashley Smith
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    Great testimony Mr. Scott! I enjoyed reading it, and I am glad God is at work in your life! You and your family will be in my prayers! God Bless!

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    caitlin
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    Hi Joy! Just saw you yesterday with Britt! (Love you both) you did such a good job, loved the sermon! When do u thing the photos will come in?

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    Tawn
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    Thank you! This is exactly the word I needed.

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    Nicole Henshaw
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    Joy,

    I so look forward to working with you and helping you spread your message! I had an amazing morning with your dear friend Dawn.
    What you have written is so true that I can’t even begin to put into words what those words mean to me and the comparisons of the same lessons I have learned over my 43 years.

    I have a story and through everything that I have been through over the years, learned from, grown from, each and everyday I am constantly reminded of his precious love.

    I am everything I am today because of him, he is the reason and the only reason and if it takes the rest of my life telling my testimony of faith and where I am today because of his love then that is what I will do.

    See you soon,

    Hugs,
    Nicole

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    Katrina
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    First off, I had a blast Fri night! That was the coolest barn I’ve ever seen:) Joy gave a great word..very inspiring! And Britt can put on a performance!
    I was wondering how I can get my pic with britt from my Samsung galaxy. It keeps giving me trouble everytime I attempt to download the pic.Help anyone??

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    Kim
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    Can’t wait to hear “Joytime” every morning on the way to work. Wish I had know about this other broadcast also πŸ™ Good luck with your move and I hope it doesn’t mean an end to “Joytime”. You have been such a positive and encouraging voice!!!!!

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    Art Madill
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    Well GLORY !! I am so glad you are doing well..Now back to NC? Well Rom 8:28 ALL things work together for good for those that love the LORD”Letus know where you will be in NC. Maybe I can help you with my realestate company..GodBless

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    Adrianne
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    Joy, such a sweet post with an encouraging story about God’s faithfulness. I almost feel bad you are moving back here closer to me! I am sure you were a great Sister of Grace and that you will be missed!

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    Owessa
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    You will be soooo missed in Jackson! You have been an amazing ‘Real’ Sister of Grace and have touch my daughter and my life greatly in your Wednesday night small group classes at Englewood. Please keep us posted on where you are going. I know God will utilize your gifts to help bring more people to him and grow spiritually as well. May you feel God’s presence every close to you in your obedience of moving again.

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    Amanda Lowman
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    Joy,

    I wish I lived closer. This teaching fits what I need more than you know. Do you have a publication of this? I would love to purchase a copy.

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    Owessa
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    Just what I needed to hear; thank you!

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    Nicole Henshaw
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    Joy,

    You have been on my heart so heavy lately!!!! So good to hear from you and that you have moved and are settled. I agree, letting go is hard however God does have a bigger plan for us all. While hard to always do, I am choosing to take each and everything thrown at me as a blessing no matter how hard it may be. I am a little beat up from everything that has been thrown. Yet I know through this season that I have grown and I continue to grow closer and closer to Him. That is a blessing and I’ll take that any day over change. I hope to see you soon!

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    Angela Jackson
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    So happy you posted. I miss you

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    Mandi
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    Just what I have been doing since I left Tennessee. Looking back to my “Happy Place”. Not moving forward. However, it is so hard to forget and press forward when so many people that live there mean so much to me. Thanks for the encouragement. I feel like you were speaking directly toward me. I have to some how get out of the pit I am in

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    Jackie Bobbitt
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    Miss you dear friend but know All things work together for good….trusting God and pressing on! πŸ˜‰ but carrying you close in my heart!!!

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    Carolyn Martin
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    I would like to purchase a ticket for this Retreat.

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    Philip Smith
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    You should check our “True Beauty” by Carolyn Mahaney.

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    Paige
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    Joy, thanks for sharing your struggles. I too, have a daughter. She is 15 and we go through the same struggle daily it seems.

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    Kim
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    Joy, Thank you for such a powerful post and for reminding your readers of all of these scriptures which back this up.

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    jackie thompson
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    Just what I needed for today!

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    Adrianne
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    I recently had almost the exact same experience. I am so appalled at what is available in mainstream department stores. This post is thought provoking and encouraging. As mothers, if we know that other parents are refusing to give in and buy these clothes, then we can be encouraged and strengthened. This can encourage our daughters too. We do have to fight and we have to prepare our daughters to take a stand when they will so obviously be the minority. There is so much at stake with the simple decision over what kind of clothes to buy. I do think we have to start protecting their modesty when they are young. The allowance of short shorts when they are 12, will lead to “dating” at an early age and the focus on looking good for guys. All that will continue to progress in an unhealthy direction. Thank you for boldly sharing what so badly needs to be addressed!

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    Kim
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    Thanks Joy! A lot of very good food for thought.

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    Rhonda Sisson
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    I loved the Worry Wart retreat this past weekend. One nugget i gleaned was that i dont have to know why, may never find out this side of heaven, but God is with me thru it all!

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    Sheri Leoanrd
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    Hey Joy!

    I got a kick out of this post! I totally know the Sonic you were at in High Point! Keep running your race, sweet girl! You are an encouragement to me and SO many others.

    Blessings, Sheri

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    Owessa
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    Great Insight

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    Glenda
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    Great encouragement for today !

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    Farah Donovan
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    Thank you very much for this message. The person who is on my nerves- wasn’t on my nerves until 3 days ago, and then all of a sudden she was. She has not done anything to me, and nothing’s changed, just my tolerance level went from a 9 down to a 2. I’ve been praying to God, and He’s showing me that my own pride has a lot to do with it. For example, she has a tendency to oppose whatever somebody else says- no matter how trivial the subject. In the past, Through God’s grace, I was able to shrug it off and let it go- reminding myself that “it’s just the way she is”. As I started getting more irritated when she wouldn’t just be ‘easy’ and agree with me, The Holy Spirit said to me: “Why does she HAVE to agree with you? Why does she have to share your opinion?…” And slowly I realized that I was looking down on her, and needed to read some scripture about humility. I realize that she’s in my life so I can practice being humble and patient…even if it’s every minute we’re together.

    You are absolutely right when you say that we should pray for them! God says: “just worry about yourself, and leave that person to Me”. Jesus said to take the plank out of your own eye before you try to get the spec out of somebody elses. Only loving and praying for a ‘difficult’ person will make a difference.

    So I’ll keep asking God for help, and I won’t stop. We can do nothing apart from Christ.

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    Art Madill
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    ALL things work together for GOOD for those that love the LORD..

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    Jennifer D.
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    Thank you for sharing real life stuff!!

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    Diane Fink
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    Great post_!

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    Kim
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    I love your post, this one and all the one’s before. I was rushing through a busy day when this one hit my inbox but I saved it because I knew it would be words of wisdom and encouragement that I would need once my busy day slowed down. I finally got around to reading it and it was exactly what I expected! Thanks and keep it coming.

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    emelia
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    Thanks. Just what i need. God indeed knows our needs.s

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    lois himes
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    Wow, it was so special to read about how your sweet family came to be. You are super special people. GOD BLESS YOU.

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    Alice Nettles
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    I never tire of reading your story. Such a testimony of God’s grace and provision—-for you and your boys!

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    Owessa
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    Thank you

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    Owessa
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    Thank you for sharing

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    Hazel Whitley
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    A good reminder Joy!

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    Adrianne
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    All that coffee and hot chocolate talk brings back memories! And you are right, I love being challenged to extend myself and grow spiritually. I would love to hear from you. I have lost your contact info. Merry Christmas!

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    Candace
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    I pray that I too will have that kind of strength if I were to face something like this. God is the only one who can give us that peace. Thanks for sharing, and inspiring me!

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    cheryl
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    I have struggled with this for as long as I can remember. Then in 1986 I faced the darkest hour imaginable…we lost our 9 year old daughter. I lost my faith and it took a long time to find it again. Although I truly believe that God walks with us through whatever we have to face, I still struggle with being positive in the face of adversity. I’m 65 years old and this struggle has been with me for a long time…but I’m working on it:)

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      Cheryl
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      Cheryl, I lost my oldest son in 1993 so I somewhat understand your struggles. My middle son gave his testimony at church which was basically saying that the worst day of his life was the best day of his life. When my oldest died, it was his brother’s worst day, but he looked to God for help and it became the best day as he accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior then. Obviously, I didn’t want my oldest to die, but I cannot help but think of how happy he must be that his life/death changed the life of his brother for the better. This life is not about us, but about Him. It is such a blessing how He turns horrific things to the good. God bless you on your journey. Hugs and prayers from one Cheryl to another.

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    Adrianne
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    This came at a time that I have been pondering a course of action. This is so timely and encouraging. I will be referring to this as I pray!

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    Suzie
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    Thank you so much for your words of kindness and wisdom… Bless you

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    Cindy
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    this looks like a fantastic opportunity! Thanks for sharing!

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    Cindy
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    This is a good read. I needed this! Thank you!

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    Margaret
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    would have loved this when I was a girl. Looks like great fun and ministry all in one.

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    Patricia Hinson
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    sometimes life is to hard. I needed this tonight. Thank you

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    Jane Peppercorn
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    I will tell me daughter and son about this.

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    Spencer
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    It can be hard to avoid this temptation. Thank you for a reminder. God bless you in your ministry

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    Tressa Young
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    my kids fight all the time. What can I do to stop them?

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    Tammy Stevenson
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    That sounds like something my son would do. Very funny!

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    Aaron Duncan
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    A blessed Monday morning to you, Joy. I am the new associate minister at Unity UMC in Thomasville. It was a God moment meeting your husband Bryan at 1st Choice Automotive this morning. Our women at Unity just finished a Bible Study (Hard to Dance with the Devil on your Back) and was hoping that you might have some resources or events in mind to keep their faith journey going.
    Have a blessed day

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    Tressa Young
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    Made me cry! My daughter is graduating this year.

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    Dara Pighton
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    That is a good story. I wish speedy well.

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    Stan
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    Will share with my sister who is worried about my neice. Hard to let em go.

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    Emmy
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    This made me cry. In a good kind of way.

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    Christina Emberly
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    I love your ministry! You encourage me through facebook and blogs. Always speaks right to me. Keep up the good work for the kingdom. To God be the glory!

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    Tish
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    Really needed this today! My daughter will be graduating in June and she has been dating her boyfriend for over 2 years now, and it has been very hard for this mom to let go and let God!

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    Adrianne
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    How is it that these blog posts always speak to the very issue that I am dealing with?

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    Jamie
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    I wish you and mike weave would come to Virginia. Looks like a good concert!

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    Francis
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    I saw this pop up in my email and thought this was just for me! Good post that is true. We like Destin Florida. My daughter has great memories there.

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    Dara Pighton
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    Definitely a mountain girl. This has motivated me to plan a weekend trip. Thx

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    Tim
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    definitely need tropical. Sand and sun

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    Amy
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    Definitely the beach! β˜€οΈ

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    Cheryl
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    Good post joy. I might be weird but I don’t like the beach. I like going where it’s cold. Blankets and coffee for me.

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    Jenny
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    Seriously, who knew I would cry over a turtle. Great blog and good thoughts. Love this ministry!

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    Candace
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    Love the beach! But anywhere is fine with me as long as I can get away with my family! πŸ™‚

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    Jane Peppercorn
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    i love your blog, joy. you are such an encourager to me. thank you for all you do. your facebook posts come right when i need them most. i need to plan a vacation. it has been a long time. im with you. i like the mountains best.

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    Ashleigh-Anne
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    I’m coming to see YOU for my vacation this year! But, I’m definitely a beach girl! Great post!

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    deedee
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    My problem is the person getting on my nerves is always leaving her daughter with me just to get her hair and nails done while I am pregnant, I have a toddler son and I work and study! It’s starting to get really annoying and I don’t know what to do anymore. I asked politely once that she pick up her daughter because I am busy and she took a nap instead!! It’s so hard to be ok with this… what do I do

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      Joy
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      Deedee, That can be tough! I think you have to set boundaries with your friend. You must be honest with her, explaining that you are a person who has limits. You have studying to do, you have a son to take care of and you’re tired from being pregnant. A good friend will understand and will not be a burden to you. I hope things get better! ~Joy

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    Cindi Franklin
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    You have no idea how much I needed this tonight! Thanks for reading my mind! God is using you to encourage others!!! Don’t quit!

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      Joy
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      Cindi–I love how God speaks to us! He knows exactly what we need! Thank you for commenting on this post. I appreciate your encouragement! ~Joy

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    Shania Long
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    I can to the big daddy weave event in high point. Wow! I had never head you speak but God spoke through you in a big way. It was amazing. You are a brown headed, young Beth Moore.
    This post has helped me to. Thx!

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      Joy
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      Thank you Shania! I am glad the event was encouraging to you! Thank you for your sweet comment. ~Joy

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    Dixie
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    Love this!!! Thank you for always being so real, Joy…that is what sets you apart. When is your next event?!!

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      Joy
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      Hey Dixie! We have a few events lined up here in NC. Keep a check on the events page! Hopefully we will be coming your way soon! πŸ™‚ ~Joy

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    Nancy Richardson
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    My friend send this to me. She knows I feel very useless to God. I have 4 kids under the age of 8. I feel like I can’t do anything for God. My life at home is to busy. Thank u for this.

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    Dara
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    Saw this on facebook. My name is Dara. I think God is angry with me and will not use me. I try but I can’t get ahead. It’s one bad thing after another. People say he forgives us and will bless us but I don’t know if he does. What do I do?

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      Joy
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      Dara, boy—this is though! I will email you. ~Joy

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    Jill Stacey
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    Just stumbled upon this website today…was worried and read the message on worrying. It lifted me up and, encouraged me with Jesus hope..as I keep reading these blogs, I really relate to every one of them.

    Thank u Jesus for Joy`s ministries.

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      Joy
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      Hey Jill! It’s so nice to “meet” you! I’m so glad you found Joytime! Let me tell you, these blogs are real life! It’s messy and sometimes ugly—nothing fake or fluffy! πŸ™‚ I hope this blog will serve as a source of encouragement to you! ~Joy

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    Jennifer Frick Freeman
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    Give what you have to give. Good stuff. Thank you!

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    Jane
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    Thank u joy. I feel defeated as a wife. My marriage is suffering. Please pray for me. God collects my tears. I never read that before. Thank u

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    patricia
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    very inspiring….my best friend got on my nerves and i snapped. she was comparing her baby to mine and did iti many times. i asked her to forgive me but i have felt an anger towards her. been praying to get that feeling out of me….i am calling her now…reading scripture …this confirms it for me

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      Joy
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      Patricia—I can relate to what you’re saying! I’m so glad God is showing you how He wants you to handle this situation. He will bless you for your obedience and the grace you are showing to your friend! Glad you stopped by my website.

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    Jill stacey
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    I personally love big bear in the mountains!

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    Dara Pighton
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    Oh how I needed this tonight! Thank U!

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    Cynthia Moose
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    these seem to come to my email at just the right time. I appreciate your honesty. I am in a situation now where I have been to sensitive. I am glad for this blog.

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    Owessa
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    Thank you for that verse and reminder.

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    Brandi
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    Wow something to think about and take heed to….I’m glad I read this for the start of the week!!! Be blessed!

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    Jane Peppercorn
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    This is so funny and true! I can relate! Thanks for brightening my day!

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    Marsha Martin
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    Thanks, Joy. I needed this today. Israel, My Glory magazine had a cover years ago that said, “Busyness in the King’s Business is no excuse for neglecting the King.” And as you pointed out – the real business of the King – being His light.

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    Jane
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    Yep! This is true. We need this reminder that the devil likes for us to be to busy. Thx

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    Jane
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    Oh! I want to win this!!!!!

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    Stephanie
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    Hobby lobby is my favorite. Joy Time is awesome! Thank U!

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    Cynthia Moose
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    love this! i hope i win!

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    Victoria Denzer
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    Love your web presence!! Need you to post more often please!

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      Joy
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      Thank you Victoria! I’m glad you enjoy the posts!
      -Joy

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    Lynn
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    Thanks Joy, I needed to hear this today! Sometimes the hardest thing for me is the surrendering part. I want to try and control even the smaller things in life since I know I can’t control the bigger pieces. But it’s important to fully surrender to God’s plan in order to have peace with all the trials in this world.

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    Ginger
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    Yes yes yes!!!!! This is me!!! U knew exactly what I needed. ❀️ Joytime ministries!

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    Cynthia Moose
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    good reminder joy. God has a plan and I need to stop trying to plan out my life. I enjoy your blog.
    thanx for being real. Β Β 

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    Francis
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    This is hard to do but your right. God is in control. I need to trust more. Really like this. Thank you for posting

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    Stephanie
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    Yes, our heart is a special place. Thank you joy for this post today!

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    Mikala
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    What if the person is a.family member and they’re stuck in their thoughts snd ways and they just dont change

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      Joy
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      That makes it tough Mikala, but God has a purpose for that person being in your life. He may be developing your character and using you to be an example to that family member. Stay in the Word and ask God to strengthen you as you try to respond to this person in a Christ-like manner! Great to hear from you! Stay in touch!
      -Joy

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    Stephanie
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    This is just what I needed to read. God is good.

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      Joy
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      I’m so glad it encouraged you! Keep stopping by!
      -Joy

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    Sarah Page
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    Sweet story! I think a lot of men wait and shop Christmas Eve. I like your tips. I’m going to try a few this year. Thanx for your encouragement Joy.

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    Dana
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    Great reminder Joy! I needed this tonight!

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    Jane
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    this really made me smile! what a sweet childhood memory. thank you for always being encouraging. i love reading your blog. you need to post more oftnn.

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    Chad Fisher
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    Good Article. I rarely say this about articles on the web, but this one is Not Long Enoug!

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    susan
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    Halleluyah i am vry much encouraged. am realy in my darkest hour i see i shld trust absolutely in God who is great to do wonders. thx so much God bls u

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    Bonnie B. Lee
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    I’m embarrassed to say I have read your journey for the first time just now. Needless to say, you are an amazing person! I have known you since your birth but I am just realizing what an amazing, godly young woman you are. I recently found your radio broadcast while searching for a calming, relaxing station to help me soothe my anxieties. We all have times that we have so much to think about and decisions to make, especially as a woman. The songs, the scripture, words of encouragement are just the right combination to allay my feelings of anxiousness. Thank you, Joy.

    Bonnie B. Lee
    Oakboro, Stanly County, NC

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      Joy
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      Oh, Bonnie, thank you so much for your sweet post! I’m so glad you found Joytime on the radio! I’m glad it brought you some encouragement! Have a great evening! ~Joy

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    Wilma
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    Right on the money! Fear holds me back from serving God. Thx for this post Joy. I want to have courage. I pray God will help me.

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    Hazel Whitley
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    Just what I needed to hear.Perfect timing!God bless you Joy as you serve Him.

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    Rita
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    Great thought for today. Thank you for sharing this and encouraging me!

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    Hepsibah
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    Hi Joy, Thanks for wonderful words.

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    Christie
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    Hi, I am looking forward to “Joy Time” on June 16th. Would it be appropriate to bring my daughters, ages 10 & 12?

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      Joy
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      Hey Christie! Thank you for your message! I am also so excited about our event! Yes! The event will be appropriate for your daughters! Natalie Grant will be bringing her daughters too! I look forward to seeing you in June! πŸ™‚

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    Sandra
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    Love love love this post! Thank you Joy!

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    Jennifer
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    So many people don’t do what they say they will do. Even Christians ! We should do just like you say. Follow thru! I have sons family members who need to read this!

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    Tiffany
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    This happens to me all the time. I get tired of it. People promise to help and turn there backs on you! Thx for this. I hope other people read it and change there ways.

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    Natasha boger
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    Can you send Mr me some info about this. Natasha.boger43@yahoo.com. 7047056366

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      Joy
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      Hello! What would you like to know? Happy to answer any questions you may have. Thank you!

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    Billie Jean
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    True!

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    Cynthia
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    Oh gosh this is so funny! I needed this tonight more than you know. thank you for posting your blog.

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    Donna
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    Thank you so much for this Joy. I have these days on occasion (yesterday being one of them!) I try hard to wake up being thankful and positive, then WHAM!-I get hit with that “soccer ball”! Thanks for reminding me I am human. LY!

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    Millionaire
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    Lord Jesus I needed that! I plan to study this word. This was and is a delivering word for me.

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    Tiffany
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    Good reminder Joy. I get weighed down with all I have to do. Thanx for encouraging me to make a special memory. I’m going to take my children to the park and have a picnic today and make a memory with them.

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    Loretta Swanson
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    LOVE THS! ive been working overtime and needed to read this.

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    Daniel Lopez
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    Prayer please: Forgiveness for doing stupid things, not listening, redemption of life, feel /know the love of God I ask prayer for Forgiveness for doing stupid things, redemption of life, me and my family

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      Joy
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      Praying for you Daniel! God can redeem your mistakes! He can turn what is broken into something beautiful!

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    Tiffany
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    This is hilarious! All of us can relate to this. I will definitely think about this the next time I’m in Walmart. Thanks for being real, joy.

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    Tyler
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    This came at just the right time. As the holidays are coming up, I will remember this. UR right. How we treat people shows our faith. Thx Joy

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    Sabrina
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    Great word!

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    Carolyn
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    Please help him Jesus….you know who I mean…my son….amen

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    Christina Carradine
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    Thank I need to read this because I work around mess and it burns me on the inside. At times I have negative thoughts thinking people are talking about me and when they say my name that’s one reason why.

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    Rebecca
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    I have been the frustrated, selfish shopper. Thanks for the reminder. Loved hearing you at the women’s conference this weekend!!

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    Rebecca
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    God keeps speaking to me about not being prideful. What a great reminder!

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    Corey Simpson
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    God’s Grace be with you! What a wonderful testimony it really did speak to me so much and I’d like to share this with others that I know! God bless you

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    Mary Elizabeth
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    Joy that was perfect for me today!!! Thanks for posting!!

    Mary Elizabeth

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    Glenda
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    Beautiful words Joy.

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    Cheryl Stahlman
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    What wonderful words of encouragement! Thank you, Joy!

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    Stephanie Migliardi
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    Thank you for your words of wisdom and encouragement!!!! <3

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    Sabrina
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    I love that you are so real, Joy! This was awesome—just what I needed. Thank you!

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    Tabitha
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    This is an awesome post! being a momma is so hard. i love my kiddos and this is exactly the reminder i needed. we have to reach them to obey us. thanks to you Joy Green for always meeting us where we are. XOXO

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    Linda Jones
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    Great post!

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    Sherry Campbell
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    Bless you for sharing this….a few months ago my bestie of 15 plus years stated to me that my happy bouncy personality gets on her nerves as we were traveling from a ladies conference….it tore through my heart..i drove to exit 7 Bristol Virginia tears flowing….i expressed I was sorry that God had made me to be this way as she exited my car in her driveway….sad to say our friendship changed because I could not change how God made me….and my dear bestie could not accept me….may God bless you tonight at Celebration Church…Sept 12 2017

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    Daniel Hartsell
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    This was very helpful thank you.

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    Liz
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    Thank you for the explanation and application.

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    Susan
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    I very much appreciate this article. I would add one more point. Matthew 5:44…Do somerhing good for them or to them. Apply love through gifts, help, service…..what ever discernment and wisdom allows. My problems recieve financial help from me on purpose. It keeps our heart tied together. I may never choose them as a friend but I choose to do good.

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    Miss Robyn van der feyst
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    Wow amazing transformation. It is amazing how our paths are predetermined and the challenges we go through is never more than we can handle. God Bless and thank you for sharing your testimoney.

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    Sylvia
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    Way to go! Have a blessed New Year!

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    Mona
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    Let’s Get Started!

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    Amy Kidd
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    Thank you for all you do to spread the word of Jesus

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    Nancy Olliver
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    I am grateful you are still here too! God Bless your sweet soul!

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    Abbie
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    I randomly saw this man on the episode of Baywatch, looked him up, and found this testimony. Wow! I am truly happy to have read this. You have such a powerful testimony, and if I found it in such an obscure way, imagine all the others you have reached. God works in wonderful ways! Thank you for this!

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      Niecy Lebron
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      True

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    James Doucette
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    I want to talk with you about airing your show on our Radio station in Meridian, Idaho. It is Higher Rock Radio 97.5 FM-LP

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    Stephanie Shelby
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    You are the Best!! Love to learn under you!!

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    Murray
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    Thanks Dr Joy + family WE also hear you on FM 88.70r 90, sorry i forgot the exact number, morning WEST TN.
    [He] She is like the merchant[trading] ships loaded with food …..PROV 31 alphabet arrangement. I got saved @ 7!!
    I also try to avoid the overloaded cart s@ WMT when i can LOL