Consider this . . .
We passionately appreciate the fact that God's unconditional love never fails regardless of our blindness, stubbornness, rebellion, ignorance . . .on and on . . .we embrace God's mercy on us. I don't want to sound pious or disconnected but these opportunities that arise are times when we should exercise that same unconditional love toward others, regardless of what they're saying or doing. Love is not a reward for good, it's the very core of our Father. It's the dna of God. It's our minds that are accusational in nature . . .the satan within . . . and it is our minds we're to take captive of, if we don't, we begin manifesting those discolored attitudes towards the very ones God holds precious. Easier said than done . . .but necessary nonetheless.
Whenever I come across a speaker, I don't pay attention to appearance or even the sermon, I listen for sounds of life. I don't, or try not to, discredit them should their message be anything but, at the same time, I don't continue to receive from them either AT THAT TIME . . .they still have messages that still can be illuminative, but if it's a first time thing, I don't, or try not to, write them off all together . . .however there are others who've made it their mission to be religious alarmists . . .i don't give them the time of day.
Sad to hear about Joyce Meyer, I beleive she's still an asset to God's purposes in her ministries, people still need that in order to grow into something more solid to where they no longer rely on a message for the day just to get through the day . . .but until then, the Joyce Meyers and others like her are still very much an iimportant part of the body of Christ. We're not above anyone, nor should we wag our fingers as if we are . . . appreciate the passion, but keep those thoughts of rejection of the person in check . . .God loves us all. We should do the same.