Every setback means you’re one step closer to seeing the dream come to pass.
TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
When was the last time you asked God to do something impossible, something out of the ordinary? I believe that one reason we don’t see God do great things is because we only ask Him for small things. Most people pray over their food, pray for protection, or pray for wisdom. That’s all good, but don’t limit what God can do. There should be something you’re praying about, something that you’re asking for that is beyond you, something that you can’t accomplish in your own strength. Do you dare to ask?
Shake off any self-pity, any bitterness. Our attitude should be, “Nobody owes me anything. I am equipped, empowered and anointed.
Your time is too valuable, your assignment too important to go through life thinking about what you didn’t get. Get over anything that’s holding you back. -Joel Osteen
“God knows how to make it all work out. Even seven thousand miles away God had people praying. That’s why you can live life in peace. God is in complete control. He knows the end from the beginning. God knows what you will need a week from now, a month from now, even ten years from now. And the good news is He’s already taking care of you.” - Joel Osteen
TODAY’S THOUGHT OF VICTORY From Joel Osteen
When you hurt, God feels the pain. You’re His most prized possession. You’re His child.
Every fandom ever
This gets better the longer you watch
Barney is the fan who insists on complete silence and purity in the fandom. Feels should not get in the way.
Ted is the fan who is too emotionally invested in his ship and screams whenever they are on-screen.
Lily is the fan who cries about everything that happens— even when it’s not the least bit emotional.
And Marshall is the hate-watcher who is horrified with the whole fandom but can’t stop watching.
And in that moment, I swear we were all Ted.