Joel Osteen 25th November 2021 | A Time to Give Thanks

Joel Osteen 25 November 2021 Daily Devotional

Joel Osteen 25th November 2021 | Daily Devotional Message | Today’s Word

Topic: A Time to Give Thanks

Today’s Scripture
Oh, give thanks to the LORD, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever. – (Psalm 118:1, NKJV)

Joel Osteen 25th November 2021 Daily Devotional Message

Today is a special day for you to give thanks to God for the good things He has done in our land, in our lives, and in the lives of our family members. When you take the time to pause and remember, you can see those times in your life when God brought you victory, brought you success. When you remember what God has said and give thanks to God for who He is and all that He has done, it will transform your life.

And let us remember that thanksgiving is an attitude of our heart. Living with an attitude of gratitude means you don’t just thank God for what He did in the past, you also thank Him for what He will do in the future. You thank Him for opening new doors, for increasing you, and for bringing the right people into your life. When we thank God in advance, that’s really a declaration of faith. Live every day with an attitude of gratitude and thanksgiving.

A Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You that I can come to You with a heart full of thanksgiving. I have so much to be grateful for because of Your goodness. You are good, and Your mercy endures forever! Thank You for doing exceedingly abundantly above all I could ever ask or imagine. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

Joel Osteen 25th November 2021 Daily Devotional Message| Today’s Word with Joel & Victoria Osteen 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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