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Joel Osteen (January-23-2023) Daily Devotional: Too Late? - Today's Word - Inspiration.

Today’s Scripture: Genesis 17:17, NIV - Abraham fell facedown; he laughed and said to himself, "Will a son be born to a man a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear a child at the age of ninety?"

Today’s Word: When God told Abraham that he and Sarah were going to finally have a baby, he fell facedown and laughed. Both of them were long past the age of producing a child. Sometimes God puts promises in our heart that are so big, so out of the ordinary, that all we can do is laugh. But God had not miscalculated. He had everything strategically planned down to the smallest detail. God waited purposefully for the odds to be against them.

Perhaps you have things that you're believing for-dreams to come to pass, problems to turn around. You've been praying, standing in faith, but nothing is happening and it seems too late. Many times God waits on purpose until the obstacle is too big, so when He turns it around there won't be any doubt that it was His favor, His healing, His power that's making a way where there was no way. Don't be discouraged when it seems too late-you're in prime position for God to show out in your life.

Prayer for Today: Father, thank You that I am not limited by my circumstances. Thank You that what looks as though it's too late is not a problem for You. I believe that when You work out the supernatural plans You have for me that no one will doubt it was You. In Jesus' Name, Amen.

Joel Osteen (June-25-2022) Daily Devotional: Know You Are Loved

Today’s Scripture: John 13:23, NIV - One of them, the disciple whom Jesus loved, was reclining next to him.

Today’s Word: In the Bible, the book of John was written by the disciple John. What's interesting is that within this book he never refers to himself as John. When he talks about himself, he says, "The disciple whom Jesus loved." When he refers to others, such as Peter, he uses their name and makes no mention of Jesus' love for them. You could take this as being arrogant and self-centered, but John was showing us the confidence he had in how much he knew God loved him.

What if we felt the same way about our heavenly Father? If you want to make God's day, start approaching Him like you know He loves you, like you know He's for you, like you know He's longing to be good to you. When you can do as John did, you can wake up in the morning and say, "Good morning, Lord. It's me, the one whom You love." All through the day you can say, "Lord, I love You, and I know I'm the one whom You love."

Prayer for Today: Father, thank You that I am the one whom You love today. Thank You that I can be confident in knowing how much You love me, and thank You for allowing me to be close to Your heart. I want to love You with all my heart and soul and mind. In Jesus' Name, Amen

Joel Osteen (July-12-2022) Today's Word: Remembered No More

Today’s Scripture: Isaiah 44:22, NKJV - I have blotted out, like a thick cloud, your transgressions, and like a cloud, your sins. Return to Me, for I have redeemed you.

Today’s Word: Imagine your mistakes and failures as a thick fog covering you. You can barely see anything in front of you. Then the sun comes out, and the fog disappears. It doesn't move somewhere else; the sun evaporates it. We all have times when we're clouded by sin, mistakes, and poor choices, but when you ask God to forgive you, the Son comes out, shines His light, and causes that sin to disappear--it's gone. Hebrews 10:17 says He will remember our sins no more.

My challenge to you is, quit remembering what God has forgotten. Quit bringing up what's already evaporated. If you keep dwelling on and reliving mistakes you've made, you're causing that dark cloud to follow you everywhere you go. God evaporates it, and it's sunny for a few hours. But then you start thinking about it again, reliving the guilt, and a new cloud forms. You are redeemed and restored, so keep the Son out in your life and walk in His light.

Prayer for Today: Father, thank You for blotting out all my sins like a thick cloud and for releasing me from condemnation because of past mistakes. Thank You for redeeming me and for Your promise that You will remember my sins no more. I want to walk freely in Your light. In Jesus' Name, Amen.

Joel Osteen - Sermon: A Supercharge Is Coming. You may feel like you’re at a disadvantage, but get ready—God is about to supercharge your dreams. When He breathes on your life, you will accomplish things that you never thought possible.

Joel Osteen - Sermon: Something New Is Coming. You weren’t created to stay at the same level all your life. God has new blessings and opportunities prepared for you, but if you want to step into them, you have to learn to let go of the past.

Joel Osteen (August-09-2021) Daily Devotion: What Are You Saying?

TODAY'S SCRIPTURE: Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. Ephesians 4:29, NIV

TODAY'S WORD: One reason people get stuck in life is because they haven’t learned to control their mouth. They say hurtful things, put people down, and argue. They don’t realize their mouth is keeping them from rising higher. God won’t promote you if you don’t have the character to back it up. Pay attention to what you’re saying. Sometimes we’ve spoken a certain way for so long we don’t realize that we’re harsh, sarcastic, and condescending. Others may not tell us this, but they don’t like it.

Words can tear apart, leave scars, and make others feel insecure, inferior, and not valued. Before you say something, ask yourself, “Is this going to be beneficial to others? Is it going to make them feel better about who they are or put them down? These are tests that you have to pass. The only thing holding some people back from a healthy marriage, growing friendships, and their best life is their tongue.

PRAYER FOR TODAY: “Father, thank You that You have given me the gift of speaking words that are wholesome and beneficial. Help me pay attention to what I’m actually saying to others. I commit myself to taming my tongue and using my words to build others up. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

Joel Osteen - Sermon: Serve One Another. Jesus taught us in scripture that if we want to be great in life, we have to serve other people. (Mark 10:43) In this encouraging message, Joel reminds us of the very wisdom Jesus taught. Many people are not happy in life because they're only focused on themselves; their dreams, their goals or their problems. But this type of living is very limiting. We were created to give and live outward. God has put people in your life on purpose so you can be a blessing to them. Every morning, we should ask, "God, what is my assignment today? Help me see the people You want me to be good to." Matthew 6:4 says, "Your Father, who sees what you give in secret, will reward you in the open." It's a promise. When you give of your time and bless others, God will bless you in return. You will live a more fulfilled life and have the satisfaction of making someone else's life better, too!

Be a Barrier Breaker - Joel Osteen Daily Devotion (June-30-2020). TODAY'S SCRIPTURE: “I have given them your word and the world has hated them, for they are not of the world any more than I am of the world.”
John 17:14, NIV


The Scripture speaks of how we are in the world, but we are not of the world. You may be in a limited environment, but you don’t have to be of it. Don’t let that environment get in you. If you see struggle, lack, and poverty long enough, your mind can become conditioned to thinking, This is who I am. I’ll never have enough. No, that’s where you are, that’s not who you are. That may be what’s been normal. The good news is, you’re a barrier breaker.

Some people try to put you in a box. They’ll tell you such things as, “You’ll never afford a nice house, never get well, never meet the right person.” Because their thinking is limited, they’ll try to put their limitations on you. You have to put your foot down and say, “I refuse to be mediocre because people around me are mediocre. I am a barrier breaker. I’m going to set a new standard.”


“Father, thank You that You didn’t create me to be average or to live a mediocre life. Thank You that You’ve given me the power, the favor, and the talent to break out and go further than the limitations around me. I believe that I am a barrier breaker, and I will set a new standard. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

Joel Osteen (June-16-2021) Daily Devotion: Take Him at His Word. 

TODAY'S SCRIPTURE: Jesus simply replied, “Go home. Your son lives.” The man believed the bare word Jesus spoke and headed home. On his way back, his servants intercepted him and announced, “Your son lives!” John 4:50–51, MSG

TODAY'S WORD: A government official had come to Jesus begging Him to come heal his son who was close to death. Jesus didn’t pray or take a lot of time, but matter-of-factly declared that the boy was healed and he should go home. The whole time walking back home, the man could have thought, I don’t know if it’s going to happen, He didn’t even pray. But he simply took God at His word and later found that his son had been healed at the exact time Jesus said to him, “Your son lives.”

Like this man, there are promises God has spoken to you, things in your heart that you know are going happen—healing, promotion, divine connections. Make the decision you’re not going to worry, you’re not going to go around doubting, thinking it’s never going to happen. Stay in faith knowing that the moment God said it, He released it. It’s already in your future and is headed your way.

PRAYER FOR TODAY: “Father, thank You for Your goodness and favor and that You are faithful to Your word. I take You at Your word and believe that You have some unexpected deliveries coming my way. I believe it’s going to happen sooner than expected. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

Joel Osteen - Sermon: TRUST GOD FIRST. 

It’s easy to trust God when things are going our way, but what about when things aren’t going our way? Are you frustrated or unhappy because something is not working out like you think it should? That’s conditional trust.

Let Joel teach you how to have unconditional trust in what God is doing in your life.

Psalm 138:8 promises us that “God will work out His plan for your life.” You don’t have to work it out. You don’t have to make it all happen in your own strength and fight all of your battles. God knows what’s best for you. Instead of living life frustrated, you can live contented and restful, trusting in God’s timing.

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