JOEL OSTEEN DEVOTIONAL

Joel Osteen 7 April 2021 Wednesday Devotional – In and Out of Season

Joel Osteen 7 April 2021 Wednesday Devotional

Joel Osteen 7 April 2021 Wednesday Devotional Message for Today

Topic: In and Out of Season(Joel Osteen Devotional 7 April 2021)

Today’s Scripture
Daniel 2:21, NIV – He changes times and seasons; he deposes kings and raises up others.

Today’s Word
In the Scripture, Sarah gave birth to a baby when she was ninety years old. She was way past her childbearing years, but God does things out of season. David was taking care of his father’s sheep when the prophet Samuel showed up at his house and anointed him to be the next king of Israel. He was promoted out of season, when he didn’t have the qualifications. David didn’t know that God was about to do something unusual. Neither he nor Sarah was in season. Every circumstance may say it’s not your season.

There’s no sign of a relationship getting better, of you being promoted, or of your health improving. Thoughts will tell you, It’s never going to change. Don’t believe those lies. God is saying, I’m about to bless you out of season and surprise you with My favor. It’s going to be bigger, better, and more fulfilling than you’ve dreamed. Don’t complain because you’re out of season. You’re in prime position for God to show out in your life.

Prayer for Today(Joel Osteen 7 April 2021 Wednesday Devotional)
Father, thank You that You change times and seasons, and You’re not limited to the right conditions to be in place in order for You to bless me. Thank You that You’re always working behind the scenes on my behalf. I believe that You will bless me out of season. In Jesus Name, Amen.

Joel Osteen 7 April 2021 Wednesday Devotional Message. Joel Scott Osteen is an American pastor, televangelist, and author, based in Houston, Texas. Osteen has been called the “most popular preacher on the planet” and is often listed as one of the most influential religious leaders in the world.

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