AVAILABLE ONLY ON AUDIO...TEN OF JoeL OSTEEN'S MOST POWERFUL SERMONS, RECORDED LIVE AT LAKEWOOD CHURCH!
The Bible clearly teaches that God came to earth in order to give us an abundant life. It was never His intention for you to live in mediocrity, just getting by. In this audio series Joel Osteen shares practical and applicable truths that will help you reach your full God-given potential.
Capturing the inspirational and insightful heart of Joel Osteen, Good, Better, Blessed is a collection of Joel's most popular broadcasts. Recorded live at Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, these sermons are a distinctive and effective mix of personal experience and biblical perspectives on real-world challenges, including:
-Developing a habit of happiness
-The power of our thoughts
-Having a positive vision
-Developing loyalty and integrity
-Finding the courage to be different
Don't let "good" be "good enough." You are uniquely and wonderfully made. You are God's masterpiece. You were created for greatness. God wants to bless you so that you can be a blessing to others.
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by Joel Osteen
by John Osteen, Joel Osteen
by Joel Osteen, Victoria Osteen
"With crisp diction and a melodious baritone, Joel Osteen delivers 10 of his most popular sermons, recorded live at Lakewood Church. Adding touches of humor, he combines personal examples with scripture to communicate feel-good biblical counsel. He begins sermons with the words, "This is my Bible. I am what it says . . . " The talks include audience participation and end with a brief salvation message and altar call. Comparing humans to computers, Osteen says that human software is contaminated by the enemy--Satan--who promotes bondage and negativity. With a seamless narration Osteen explains how to reprogram one's mind through scripture and visualization techniques. Positive thinking, he believes, produces constructive attitudes and behavior and the courage to be different. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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