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By March 2, 2017April 1st, 2017Battlefield of the Mind, Be Inspired

WHERE WE WILL REVIEW 1 chapter of JOYCE MEYER’s book, “The Battlefield of the Mind” each day during APRIL!

Join us as we review how our thought life can cause us to not achieve our fitness goals!!! Such a powerful topic!

Today’s post is a video directly from Joyce Meyer which summarizes the books Introduction.

Please watch the 7 minute video and follow the assignment that follows.



  1. Today’s reading assignment is to read the INTRODUCTION & Watch the Video above.

  2. In the comments below share if you believe that your thought life truly has the power to cause your failure in achieving your weight loss goals.

  3. Click the “Click the Tweet” below! 

  4. Share this post! Let’s encourage our family and friends to WIN THE WAR IN OUR MENTAL BATTLEFIELD with us!!

Bad thoughts happen to everyone, but you don't have to act on them! #choice Click To Tweet

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  • Delo512 says:

    @ Coach Twy, Yes I absolutely believe my thoughts have hender me from obtaining my weight loss and healthy eating goals. I need to cast down all negative thoughts and replace them with I cans, I wiil and that all my strength comes from the Lord.

  • Dawn Bethel says:

    I absolutely believe that a person’s thoughts can hinder them from doing anything in life! I am so glad that we studying this book during our transformation. One of my goals is to be mindful of my thoughts or to think about what I’m thinking about to avoid self sabotage. Thank you to all the divas for your hard work.

  • Mithra Bell says:

    Any action begins with a thought. If I think I cannot I will not; however, If I think I can, I can.

  • Wanda says:

    I will not allow the devil to us my mind as his dumping ground……I am God respresntive here on earth!!

    Yes I so believe that my thoughts has hinder my weight loss journey! If I don’t change my whole mind and approach this journey with a God view, change will never happen!

    God working in me!

  • Katrina Atkinson says:

    I absolutely believe that my thought life has the power to cause my failure in achieving my weight loss goals and anything else I try to do. I have allowed them to do so for so long. Even though I know better, in times of weakness, I allow those thoughts to take control. I am thankful that I have the Word of God, music and a village of close friends, church family, FFF and Rev. Matthew Watley, Rev. She lets Fomby, Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, Steven Furtrtick, John Maxwell, Brian Tracy and more to assist with redirecting my thoughts.

  • Roeina Porter says:

    Yes, I am what God says I am. We have to know what the word of God says about us. I am the head and not the tail, I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. He is renewing my mind daily. We have to dewell on the positive.

  • Verlinzia Lashay says:

    YES YES YES I firmly believe that my thought process has and still hinders me MANY MANY times in my healthy eating and weight loss journey. Unfortunately I’ve NEVER realized that all my thoughts are not my thoughts. I’m going to copy the saying “I BELIEVE GOD IS WORKING” and say it with a BOLD outburst whenever I’m faced with temptation to eat outside of the plan or NOT to commit to a healthy lifestyle.

    • Roeina Porter says:

      You hear trainers say, trust the process all the time. When you don’t see progress immediately. Know that if you are doing your oart. BELIEVE God is doing his. Trust the process it will work. Tell yourself that.

    • Coach Twy says:

      I believe HE is working!!!

  • Nornette Jacobs says:

    Thank you for this very thought provoking video! Yes!!! I do believe that my thought life determines whether I fail or succeed in achieving my weight loss goals. For this reason, each day when I wake up to see another day that the Lord has made, I immediately give thanks and choose to rejoice and be glad in it… I know the enemy never sleeps, he’s always looking for someone to devour. But God said He would rebuke the devour for our name sake. So, I choose to operate in the spirit and not the flesh, because as Joyce Myers said, every thought that comes to us is not our own; the enemy is always trying to plant seeds of doubt in our minds; wants us to believe that we’re not worthy of God’s love and every blessing He has already ordained in the heavens for us to receive in the earth. He does not want us to feel worthy of Jesus’ sacrifice on Calvary. So, no matter what’s happening in the natural, I always make a very conscious effort to think on the good, the positive. Thinking negative, bad thoughts has only kept me stagnated in the past.

    • Coach Twy says:

      Your mental transformation is so strong!!

      • Nornette Jacobs says:

        Just thanking and praising God for knowing what we need and for being so strategic in providing me and all of the other divas a ministry such as FFF. And thank you for your obedience to the call!❤️

  • Samantha says:

    Yes I believe that the fact I do not control my thoughts have resulted in failure. Thanks as always for confirming what my heart has been preaching to me get again. “I believe that God is working.”

  • Valerie McKenzey says:

    Yes, I believe my thoughts can cause me to fail in achieving my goal to a healthy lifestyle. If I don’t follow the meal plan and fall back to old habits, my thought maybe that I can’t do this so why bother to try. This lets Satan control my thought and my actions. Instead of giving up, I should be positive and change my thought to “I enjoyed that break, but let me get back on track.” I can’t give up, the more I keep trying the easier it will be for me to stay on track.

  • Shaye says:

    This really hit home for me. I work hard at everything I do, but when I don’t see immediate results with weightloss I start doubting myself and give up. It’s so true how the devil can get in our headspace and cause doubt, but im praying I can stay on track and remained focused.

  • Denise says:

    This is so awesome! I never thought about how my personal thoughts impact the level of my success in terms of my health and my fitness. I have always believed this to be true in every other aspect of my life, but for some reason I just did not apply this concept to my fitness journey. Well – it’s time to change that! I am committed to thinking positively and relying on my faith throughout my fitness journey.

  • Tamara Noizy says:

    I definitely believe that my thought processes guide my steps day to day. I never thought about the devil using some of my thoughts against me. I don’t live my life in fear of the devil. The fact that I know God is working in me is a constant reminder that I can either let negative thoughts kill me or let positive thoughts sustain my life….light truly drives out darkness. I’m sure the devil is mad with FFF aiding in the process of enlightening us and I’m definitely here for this! Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is just like Joyce said…you can’t be a lazy Christian…great message! I can’t be lazy within my drive to achieve a healthier lifestyle.

    • Michelle says:

      Yes, I do believe my thoughts can hinder my weight loss journey. I have to be intentional in praying that the devil will have no hold on my mind and thoughts.

  • Angela McCall-Brown says:

    Yes, I truly believe that my thoughts have the ability to be my own stumbling blocks. This affects every aspects of my life. I truly believe what Joyce says–Our actions are a direct result of our thoughts. If we have a negative mind, we will have a negative life.
    So we must all shift our thinking and believe that God is truly working in each of us!

  • Nicole S McCoy says:

    I will admit that I constantly have bad thoughts about my weight loss. I will admit my faith starts out strong and somehow I fall short and I let the devil win. The devil messes with my mind and I fall off course.

  • Christal McCall says:

    Yes I also believe that my thoughts have the power to produce or take away things that I want for myself. I have realized on this road to a better me, that daily I have to take control of the way I think, in order to reach the goals I have for myself.

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