DAILY DEVOTIONALS

Joel Osteen Devotional 18 August 2023 – The Right Relationships

Joel Osteen Devotional 18 August 2023
Joel Osteen Devotional 18th August 2023

Joel Osteen Devotional 18th August 2023 – Today’s Word with Joel & Victoria Osteen. Read Friday Daily Devotional Message by Joel Osteen

TOPIC: The Right Relationships

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE
Do two people walk hand in hand if they aren’t going to the same place? – Amos 3:3, MSG

The word “crutch” is used to describe someone we may rely upon to help us get through a period of challenge, just until we heal or can get by on our own. The term takes on a bad connotation when used to describe someone whom we’ve become unnecessarily dependent upon, usually to the detriment of our physical, mental, or emotional progress. One of the hardest things to accept is that God brings some people into our lives for only a season, to help us through a certain stage of life or a difficult time. If God didn’t move them away, we would become too dependent, and they would limit our growth.

Just as God brings people into our lives, He moves some out. You have to recognize when someone’s part in your life story is over. When a person walks away and you think you can’t get along without them, that’s God saying, “It’s time for you to go to a new level. Your destiny is not tied to them. Let them go, and the right people will show up.”

A PRAYER FOR TODAY
“Father, thank You that I can submit every relationship in my life to You. I trust that You are connecting me to the right people and removing people who are no longer tied to my purpose. Give me wisdom and grace to choose the best relationships. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

Joel Osteen 18th August 2023 Devotional Message | Today’s Word. 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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