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Joel Osteen
Everyone has promises they’re standing on and God-given dreams they’re hoping to fulfill. During uncertainty, it’s very easy to say, “ I can’t do that. I’m too young. I’m too old. I don’t have the connections.” 

But in this eye-opening message, Joel reminds us of what God said to the prophet Jeremiah. In Jeremiah 1:7, He said, “Do not say, ‘I am too young.’” Why? Because there is incredible power in the words we speak. If we want to walk in victory, we can’t speak defeat. As you learn how to speak words of faith, even in the face of doubts, your words will pave the way for God to move in greater ways in your life!



Joel Osteen is the senior pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. Listed by several sources as America's largest and fastest-growing congregation, Lakewood Church has approximately 45,000 adult attendees every week. Millions more watch Joel's messages as they are broadcast on national and international television networks. He resides in Houston with his wife, Victoria, and their children. Joel's latest book I Declare has become the number 1 book to be sold under christian category in Amazon. If you also want to buy check the below link.

I Declare: 31 Promises to Speak Over Your Life
Broken into thirty-one segments, this book defines the most powerful blessings in Scripture and encourages readers to declare one each day for a month. The declarations will affirm God's blessings in the area of health, family legacy, decisions, finances, thoughts, outlook, and overcoming obstacles.

Be Positive or Be Quiet - Joel Osteen (Watch Full Sermon) Reviewed by Vijesh Cormaty on 11:13 PM Rating: 5 Everyone has promises they’re standing on and God-given dreams they’re hoping to fulfill. During uncertainty, it’s very easy to say, “...

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