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In this companion study guide, learn to intentionally love the people in life that are more difficult to love with #1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer.

We’re never going to be able to prevent people from saying or doing things that hurt our feelings. We will always have opportunities to get offended. But if we do things God’s way, we can choose to save ourselves a lot of misery and hardship. This doesn’t mean we allow people to abuse us. No, there is a time for confronting people and dealing with situations. However, the Bible commands us to love our enemies and forgive those who have wronged us, even when it feels impossible.

In this companion study guide to Loving People Who Are Hard to Love, Joyce Meyer teaches us that everything the Lord asks us to do in the Bible is ultimately for our good. In fact, when we choose to love our enemies and forgive those who have hurt us, we are actually helping ourselves more than anyone else. Because whatever the Lord commands us to do, He is going to give us the power of the Holy Spirit to accomplish it—and that includes loving and being good to difficult people! God’s love flowing through us is strong enough to melt even the hardest hearts, so use kindness as a weapon to overcome the meanness in people.

Meet The Author: Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer is a New York Times best-selling author and one of the world's leading Bible teachers. She teaches practically and candidly and has helped millions of people apply biblical principles to their lives. Joyce holds conferences across the United States and around the world, and her Enjoying Everyday Life program is broadcast to millions online and on TV and radio. She is the author of more than 135 books.

Marcin Piwowarski has created art for more than a thousand books during his twenty-year career. A self-taught illustrator, he turns to nature, music, and daily life to bring a magical ambiance to the everyday realism in his art. A single father of three, Marcin lives in Poland, where he prefers a steaming cup of tea over coffee.

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