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Joel Osteen 16th February 2021 Today Daily Devotional – Release Your Faith

Joel Osteen 16th February 2021 Today Daily Devotional – Release Your Faith

You are reading Today Joel Osteen Daily Devotional Message for Tuesday 16 February 2021 written by Joel & Victoria Osteen to inspire and bless your day. May the Lord bless you as you study, Amen.

TODAY’S TOPIC: RELEASE YOUR FAITH

Today’s Scripture: (Mark 10:47, NIV)
When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout, Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!

Today’s Message: Joel Osteen 16th February 2021 Today Daily Devotional

When a blind beggar named Bartimaeus heard that Jesus was passing by, he started to shout, Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me! Technically, Jesus was the son of Joseph and Mary.

Bartimaeus called him the Son of David, which was the Old Testament messianic title, because he recognized Jesus as the Messiah. When he cried out to Jesus, he was saying, You are my Messiah, my deliverer, my healer, the Most High God. Have mercy on me!

Jesus stopped in His tracks. I can imagine Him thinking, Here’s someone who knows who I am, someone who believes I have all power, someone who’s expecting My goodness. His faith is real. When Jesus healed Bartimaeus, He said what He’s also saying to us, Your faith has made you whole.

Your faith is going to turn things around, open the right doors, and bring unexpected favor. Keep expecting it. God is passing by. Release your faith. It’s going to happen sooner than you think.

A Prayer for Today “Father, thank You that just as You restored the sight of Bartimaeus, You can do the impossible in my life. Thank You that I can bring You the desires of my heart. Help me be bold to ask You for the big things only You can make happen and to release my faith. In Jesus Name, Amen.”

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Joel Osteen 25th February 2021 Today Daily Devotional – Will You Wait For Them?

February 25th Joel Osteen Daily Devotional - Will You Wait for Them?

Joel Osteen 25th February 2021 Today Daily Devotional – Will You Wait for Them?

You are reading Joel Osteen Today 25th February 2021 Daily Devotional written by Joel & Victoria Osteen to inspire and bless you. May the Lord prosper you in Jesus name, Amen.

TODAY’S TOPIC: WILL YOU WAIT FOR HIM?

Today’s Scripture: Luke 15:20, NLT
And while he was still a long way off, his father saw him coming. Filled with love and compassion, he ran to his son, embraced him, and kissed him.

Today’s Word On February 25th 2021 Joel Osteen Daily Devotional

The prodigal son took his father’s inheritance and wasted it all on wild living and partying. Yet when he finally came home, notice that his father was waiting for him. Despite what his son had done, I can imagine the father walking to the end of the driveway several times a day and looking for him. And seeing his son, the father ran out and hugged and kissed his son.

Then he told his staff to throw a party and celebrate his son’s return. Never once did the father bring up the son’s faults. He didn’t condemn him as undeserving. He was full of compassion, love, and restoring mercy. Sometimes we think we have to tell people everything they’re doing wrong and change their mind, but the Holy Spirit is the one who convicts.

Our job is to keep loving them when they don’t deserve it, when they don’t listen, and when they’re making bad decisions. Keep praying and encouraging them. They’re in the process of changing. Today may be their turning point.

Prayer for Today: Father, thank You for waiting for me with a heart of compassion, love, and restoring mercy. Thank You that You have called me to have that same heart and attitude for all the people in my life. Help me to wait for them, to love and encourage them, and to be there for them. In Jesus Name, Amen

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