Go to rattribillvordo.cf The Power of I Am, by Joel Osteen In his new book Joel Osteen shares the wisdom that has changed many lives. Discover the power. FaithWords is a division of Hachette Book Group, Inc. The FaithWords name and The power of I am: two words that will change your life today / Joel Osteen. Can two words give you the power to change your life? Yes, they can! In his new book, Joel Osteen shares a profound principle based on one simple truth.
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Editorial Reviews. Review. Osteen focuses on each individual's self-definition and the In the pages of his new book, bestselling author Joel Osteen shares a profound principle based on a simple truth. Whatever follows the words "I am" will . Can two words give you the power to change your life? Yes they can! In the pages of his new book, bestselling author Joel Osteen shares a profound principle. 61 quotes from The Power of I Am: Two Words That Will Change Your Life Today: 'am blessed. I am prosperous. I am successful.” “I am victorious. I am tale.
He illustrated: Sometimes we say "I am slow" or "I am unlucky" or "I am not attractive. I'm so stupid. To understand Scripture, discover its original meaning and apply that meaning to your life today.
Only then can you experience the full wisdom and power of God's word. Get Spirit-filled content delivered right to your inbox!
Click here to subscribe to our newsletter. For example, in Deuteronomy 15 we read that Hebrew slaves were to be released every seventh year. Osteen applies this fact to your challenges today: "I believe you are coming into one of your seventh years.
The seventh year is when you break free of any limitation that is holding you back. Sickness cannot keep you from your destiny.
I could cite more examples. Here's the bottom line: Joel Osteen wants us to experience God's gracious provision, but misusing Scripture to advance a worthy goal is still a misuse of Scripture. Oh wait, Osteen assures us this is not pride, but a quiet confidence pg 5.
Imagine a close friend or co-worker who continually says wonderful things about his or her self.
They will be viewed as self-important egomaniacs. Or perhaps just viewed in a sad way, as deeply insecure individuals. This book is about the power of words. They are like electricity. Positive words about yourself will bring health, strength, and abundance your way. Negative words invite struggle and lack. Joel Osteen is a Christian who pastors a Christian church.
The book frequently references characters from the Bible, and random Bible verses are referenced to provide support. Analysis of that will follow in part 2. As I read Osteen, his words were eerily familiar to me.
I recently wrote a book where I researched the history of the positive thinking movement. Far from Christian, this movement was birthed in occultic and mystical subcultures, with influences from eastern religion as well. The seeds of the modern New Age movement are from the late 19th century New Thought movement as well.
Maybe you think I am going off the deep end here. Am I accusing Osteen of being into the occult or New Age? Ralph Waldo Trine was a prolific New Thought writer of years ago. As said, I am truly not saying Osteen is into that stuff. Rather he has been influenced by it, whether he realizes it or not. We have all been influenced by it. The New Thought movement eventually became the positive thinking movement of the mid-twentieth century and transformed American culture.