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How to overcome FOMO - Word Vs. World - Joseph Prince - (July-04-2019). Watch and see how you don’t have to worry about missing out just because everyone else seems to be living their life a certain way. You’re not defined by your friends’ opinions, but you are who the Lord says you are! And when you follow Him, like bold, young Daniel in the Bible did—you’ll never lose out. Watch the clip to get a sneak peek of Daniel’s story, and tag three of your best pals to remind them that they because they are in Christ, they do not need to conform to the ways of the world! (see Rom 12:2) :)
Temptation: Too hot to handle? - Word Vs. World - Ep 5 - Joseph Prince (June-27-2019). Driving your friend of the opposite gender home “because it’s late.” Watching that movie because you’re sure you can ‘handle’ those steamy scenes. Been there before, thought you had everything under control, only to have things go completely outta hand? God gets us with all our human failings…and that’s why His advice to FLEE sexual immorality (see 1 Cor. 6:18)—to RUN from it—is still legit today. Watch and see how God isn’t a dictator denying you pleasure, but your loving Father who wants you to live a life unbridled by the shame of failing in this area. Even if you feel like you’ve failed here before (and we know it’s no laughing matter), God wants to help you find victory over it moving forward.
Joseph Prince - With God, it’s better to receive than to give (April-25-2019). You hear it all the time, “It’s better to give than to receive.” But press play and see how with God, the opposite is true; our rightful places are always that of receiving from our loving and powerful Savior! Only then will we be able to serve and give to others as He leads us, and fulfil the destinies He’s called us to as well. :)
Joseph Prince (April-16-2019) Turn your weaknesses into your greatest strengths? Watch this. - Less Is More - Ep 2.“God helps those who help themselves.”
This oft-misused quote has left many of us struggling to hustle the best we can, only daring to ask God for help when we’ve exhausted our last bit of strength. But did you know that you can ask Him for help right here and now? You can be transparent with God about your weaknesses, not-enoughs and disqualifications, and start trusting that His strength is made perfect in them, as He’s promised (see 2 Cor. 12:9).
Joseph Prince (February-21-2019) Sunday Sermon: Find Answers In Your Darkest Times.
In a world where we’re bombarded by contradictory opinions and fake news, where can we find real answers to real problems?
As Joseph Prince teaches on the early church, you’ll see God’s heart for believers to come together, break bread, and find the answers we need. In this eye-opening message, you’ll discover from Scripture how you can:
• Come under divine protection and covering when you are part of a church community.
• See success and healing breakthroughs when you partake of the Communion together.
• Experience God’s guidance and direction through the preached Word.
• Be accepted and embraced even if you have fallen away from the church.
Beloved, in a world that so desperately needs solutions, you can receive God’s answers and blessings for your life in His house!
Joseph Prince (February-05-2019) Daily Devotion: BOAST IN GOD’S GRACE FOR YOU.
1 Corinthians 1:31 …“He who glories, let him glory in the Lord.”
If someone asks you, “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” you would probably tell him, “Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved,” wouldn’t you?
Well, a rich, young ruler asked Jesus the same question, but instead of telling him to believe in Him, Jesus gave him the law (see Mark 10:17–22).
Jesus saw that the young ruler lived his life taking pride in his ability to keep the law to earn salvation and the favor of God. But because of His love for the man, Jesus had to show him that those who live by the law must realize that their self-efforts cannot save them.
He therefore reminded him, “You know the commandments: ‘Do not commit adultery…‘Do not steal...‘Honor your father and your mother.’” The young ruler showed that his trust was in his law-keeping when he replied, “Teacher, all these things I have kept from my youth.”
So Jesus had to tell him, “One thing you lack…sell whatever you have and give to the poor…and come…and follow Me.” When the young ruler heard that, he walked away sorrowful.
When we boast of having kept the law, it will always point out something we lack or have failed to obey. The law is so holy and perfect that if we don’t keep even one iota of it, it has no choice but to judge and curse us (see Galatians 3:10). That is what the law was designed to do.
God does not want us to boast in our abilities to keep the law. If we are to have confidence in anything at all, if we are to boast in anything at all, it is in the grace of God. Only His grace can completely keep, save, heal, deliver and bless us.
So let’s not boast in what we have done or are able to do, but boast in His grace for us—that He is our strength, health, favor, provision, wisdom, hope, salvation and glory. That is how we will see ourselves enjoying our inheritance of abundant life!
Joseph Prince (January-31-2019) Sermon: Be Led By His Anointing And Win.
Go from ordinary to extraordinary when you’re led by the anointing of the Holy Spirit! Whether you’re a homemaker, a business owner, or just starting out in your career, you can supersede your natural limitations by following the Spirit who lives in you. In this message, discover how being guided by the Spirit will cause you to:
• Receive divine insights and answers that go beyond your experience and expertise.
• Do and say the right thing at the right time and see supernatural results.
• See breakthroughs in your marriage and parenting and enjoy a blessed family life.
• Tap into God’s wisdom for your business and finances.
Beloved, learn how you can flow in the same anointing our Lord Jesus walked in when He was on earth and experience divine results in every area of your life!
Joseph Prince (January-03-2019) - Believe His Love And Receive All Blessings. What’s the key to experiencing Jesus’ miracle-working power in your life? Go beyond knowing that God loves you to really believing it. Join Joseph Prince as he reveals God’s greatest demonstration of His unfailing love for you—Jesus at the cross—and find all the assurance you need to believe that God is for you and wants to bless you.
Joseph Prince (December-22-2018) Daily Devotion: ABUNDANCE THROUGH JESUS’ POVERTY.
2 Corinthians 8:9 - For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich.
When we think of God, we think of the most powerful and richest being in the whole universe. But do you know that our Lord Jesus was actually born into a poor family? We know this from the offering His mother Mary brought to the temple after Jesus was born, according to the Law for purification (see Luke 2:22–24). She brought a pair of turtledoves or young pigeons, which was the only type of offering the poor could afford (see Leviticus 12:2, 8).
But with Jesus in their lives, Mary and her husband Joseph didn’t remain poor. Wise men came to Jesus with treasures—“And when they had come into the house, they saw the young Child with Mary His mother, and fell down and worshiped Him. And when they had opened their treasures, they presented gifts to Him: gold, frankincense, and myrrh” (Matthew 2:11).
Jesus’ presence brought gold, frankincense and myrrh—two of the most expensive spices—to His family. The wise men must have come with quite an entourage for the Bible records how all Jerusalem was fearful when the wise men came to the city (see Matthew 2:3). Can you imagine the amount of gold, frankincense and myrrh which accompanied that entourage, and which was given to Jesus’ parents?
My friend, the moment you are born again, you have Jesus in your life. And when you have Him in your life, get ready for His abundant supply to come your way! But don’t look for the blessings, look to Jesus—He is the power to get wealth (see Deuteronomy 8:18). The presence of the Son of the living God in your life attracts good things. Because of His grace toward us, Jesus, though He was rich, was made poor at the cross for your sake so that “you through His poverty might become rich.”
Beloved, when you have Jesus in your life and when you know that He has paid the price for your abundance, you can boldly declare, “Jesus was made poor at the cross for my sake so that through His poverty, I am made rich in all things!”