Joel Osteen

Definition of Joel Osteen: a televangelist in Houston, Texas, USA.
Synonyms of Joel Osteen: evangelist, teacher, missionary, crusader, campaigner, etc.

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Instead of focusing on what your circumstances have to offer, focus on what God has to offer you. His mercies are new every morning, and His compassion never fails.

He has victory in store for you today. He has provision in store for you today; He has joy in store for you today, and He has peace in store for you today.

He daily loads you with blessing! The key to accessing these daily benefits is setting your focus in the right direction.

You can’t wait to see how you feel, what kind of mood your spouse is in, what the traffic is like or what the stock market is doing. No, you have to choose to set your focus by saying, “This is going to be a great day. I am blessed and cannot be cursed!

I know God is directing my steps. Something good is going to happen to me today!” Set your mind on Him and receive His daily benefits! | Joel Osteen | More…

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Here is what I’ve learned: when your Higher Power, He gives you a new heart. In other words, your bloodline changes. No longer are you subject to your earthly heritage, you become subject to your heavenly heritage!

His spiritual blessing always overrides the curse in the natural realm. When you understand who you are and what God has already done, then no matter what someone else has done, no matter how unfair it was, no matter how you were raised, you won’t get bitter.

You won’t live with a chip on your shoulder. You realize that nothing can stop you from fulfilling your God-given destiny! When you choose HP, you are choosing your heavenly heritage of blessing and eternal, abundant life! –Joel Osteen | More…

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