Displaying items by tag: Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen (March-17-2020) Sunday Sermon: Build People Up With Your Words. Good relationships are built on what we’re willing to give more than what we’re willing to receive. Be someone who uses your words to build others up today! When you extend grace, you'll receive grace in return.
Victoria Osteen (March-03-2020) Sunday Sermon: Don't Be a Complainer. It’s easy to notice what’s wrong in a situation and what could be improved. But when we complain, we give life to negative thoughts and limit our perspective. To create change in our lives, we have to approach God with thanksgiving. Let's choose today to live with hearts full of gratitude!
Watch Victoria Osteen (February-18-2020) Sunday Sermon: Learn to Love Well. There’s always room to grow in the way we love others. The good news is, we don’t have to do it all on our own. God's love is a source that never runs dry. When you lean into His love, you’ll be empowered to love others better!
Be Good to People - Victoria Osteen, Sunday Sermon (February-11-2020). When we love the people around us, we nourish our own souls. Look for opportunities to be good to others today. As you focus on loving others, God is going to do incredible things in your life!
Widen Your Lens of Perspective - Victoria Osteen (February-04-2020). Sometimes we focus so much on an area of our life we want to change that we miss the new things God is doing around us. Don't let a difficult season keep you from recognizing God's work in your life. Shift your perspective to see the new things He has prepared for you!
Victoria Osteen (January-28-2020) Sunday Sermon: Lift Up Your Eyes. If we want to see the promises of God fulfilled in our lives, we have to learn to look beyond our circumstances. Don’t stay focused on where you are. Lift up your eyes and look beyond to the greater things God has in store!
Watch Victoria Osteen (January-21-2020) Sunday Sermon: Finding The Extraordinary In The Routine. God wants you to have an extraordinary life. When you strive to be the best you can be today, you set yourself up for success tomorrow. Don’t be limited by what appears ordinary in your life. When you’re faithful in the routine, God will prepare you for the extraordinary.
Victoria Osteen (January-14-2020) Sunday Sermon: Investing In Your Future. When you stay focused on past hurts and disappointments, you invest in your past instead of your future. It’s time to let go of what happened in the past. Where you're headed is more important than where you've been. Release the pain of the past and trust that God has greater things ahead!