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Joel Osteen (January-19-2020) Sunday Sermon: When God Doesn't Listen. It’s easy to go through life dwelling on your past mistakes. But if you want God to listen, you have to approach Him with the language of faith. God doesn’t listen when you tell Him you don’t deserve to be blessed. He’s already forgiven you. Accept His mercy today for any mistake you’ve made.
Bishop TD Jakes (January-05-2019) Sunday Sermon - Dedication 2 Destiny. Because God has a plan for our lives, sometimes we think there’s no action required on our part to achieve His plan; however, our lives are full of decades, dreams and decisions that call us to destiny. It’s time to be specific about who we are and what we bring to the table; thus, there is an obligation of intentionality concerning our alignment. Sometimes our ‘No’ is more valuable than our ‘Yes,’ as our burden has the power to be someone else’s blessing. God is with us, and He will show us mercy; however, the benefit will come through our dedication to destiny.
Joel Osteen (January-05-2020) Sunday Sermon: You Are Enough. It’s easy to go through life thinking that you are lacking in some area. But when God laid out the plan for your life, He gave you the right personality, the right talent, the right background. Don’t be limited by what you think you're missing. You have everything you need to reach your destiny!
It's Not For Sale - Bishop TD Jakes (December-29-2019) Sunday Sermon. What happens when we’re converted spiritually, yet unchanged mentally? When using human remedies for spiritual issues, we become ineffective. We must be courageous, functioning under the anointing in atmospheres that are seemingly uncomfortable and chaotic. Remember, God doesn’t have to stop the storm because He can walk on the storm. Furthermore, our mission forces us to receive those people outside of our “normal” who are called to further His purpose. Our faith is the only currency accepted to access the blessings of the Kingdom. I decree that every malignancy that would deter you from reaching your goals will not cross over into 2020. The power of the Holy Spirit is not for sale.
Joel Osteen (December-29-2019) Sunday Sermon: Kiss it Goodbye. If you’re going to reach your destiny, you have to learn to kiss the negative things goodbye. There are people and opportunities that were assigned to your past but are not assigned to your future. It’s time to allow God to heal the wounds of the past so you can move into the destiny He has for you!
Joel Osteen (December-22-2019) Sunday Sermon: It's Already Set Up. When God laid out the plan for your life, He lined up everything you need to fulfill your destiny—every good break, person, solution and healing. If you’ll stay in faith and not let negative voices and situations talk you out of it, you’re going to come in to what God has already set up. You won’t have to go after it, it will come after you.