Wednesday, November 21

Victoria Osteen

Victoria Osteen – Hope Fuels Our Faith

Victoria Osteen – Hope Fuels Our Faith

Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Hope Fuels Our Faith The Scripture says that “faith is the substance of things hoped for” (Hebrews 11:1). Do you have a picture in your mind of what you’re hoping for? God designed hope to fuel your faith. Hope picks you up! The Scripture says that “we have this hope as an anchor for the soul” (Hebrews 6:19). It anchors you in disappointing times, in challenging times, in times of failure! If you keep your hopes up, faith will pick you up and move you to the fulfillment of the promise. Click here to watch
Victoria Osteen – Lift Up Your Eyes

Victoria Osteen – Lift Up Your Eyes

Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Lift Up Your Eyes The writer of Hebrews says, “We inherit the promises of God through faith and patience” (Hebrews 6:12). You may not look like you want to look or be where you want to be, but don’t devalue the journey to get there. Don’t start thinking that the journey isn’t worth it. Don’t despise the process because you just want to get to the promises. Can I tell you this? The process is what builds your strength and develops you. The process is what makes you become what God’s called you to be. Click here to watch
Victoria Osteen – Finding The Extraordinary In The Routine

Victoria Osteen – Finding The Extraordinary In The Routine

Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Finding The Extraordinary In The Routine Today I want to remind you that Jesus said, “I came that you may have life, and have it in abundance” (John 10:10). He came so that we could live an abundant live, an extraordinary life, an exceptional life. God wants you to be extraordinary in your thinking. He wants you to expect more, to strive for more, to go for more because when you’re the very best you can be today, your tomorrow will be better. Click Here to Watch
Victoria Osteen – Investing In Your Future

Victoria Osteen – Investing In Your Future

Message, Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Investing In Your Future I want to remind you today to spend your time investing in your future, not in the past. Investing in the past is when you relive your pains and disappointments, focusing on who hurt you, what didn’t work out, and the mistakes you’ve made. That’s a waste of time and energy. You can’t do anything about what happened in your past—it’s over with. But you can do something about today. When you focus on what you can change, and not on what you can’t change, that is a good investment in the future. Click Here to watch
Victoria Osteen – Keep The Right Perspective

Victoria Osteen – Keep The Right Perspective

Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Keep The Right Perspective The Bible tells us to constantly “be made new in the attitude of your minds” (Ephesians 4:23). We choose the way we see life, whether we will be grateful or negative about what we think is good and not good. Your attitude has a direct correlation with your success. Someone with a good attitude sees solutions and feels as though they can tackle anything. How you see your life makes all the difference in the world! Click Here to watch
Victoria Osteen – Build People Up with Your Words

Victoria Osteen – Build People Up with Your Words

Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Build People Up with Your Words In Matthew 7:12 Jesus said, "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you." In light of Jesus' words, we need to carefully choose the words we speak to others because the truth is that we are going to be a product of what we say. We are going to eat from the fruit of our lips (see Proverbs 18:21). Click Here to watch
Victoria Osteen – Protect Your Heart from Offense

Victoria Osteen – Protect Your Heart from Offense

Victoria Osteen
Victoria Osteen - Protect Your Heart from Offense Proverbs 17:9 says, “He who covers and forgives an offense seeks love.” You have to cover that offense. You have to forgive. It doesn’t belong to you. It didn’t originate with you. That offense came from that situation. It belongs to that person. It is not yours unless you take it in. It is only yours to forgive and to cover. The Scripture doesn’t say that offenses won’t come, but it tells us how to deal with an offense—cover it and forgive. The choice is ours. We can either seek and go after love or we can go after the offense. Click Here to watch