If we can encourage others, we should encourage them. Romans 12:8

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Sunday, June 29, 2014

"God wouldn’t let you get into it if He couldn’t get you out of it."
~ Pastor Joel Osteen

Sunday June 29, 2014 at Lakewood Church in Houston, TX

Joke: Minister finished fiery sermon on self-control. He said, "If I had all beer in world – I’d throw in the river!" He said the same of all wine & whiskey. Closing song: Shall we gather at the River.


This is my bible…

Key Scripture: Exodus 14:18

Sunday, June 22, 2014

"I am not who the critics say I am.
I am who God says I am."
~Pastor Joel Osteen

Saturday June 21, 2014
Lakewood Church

Joke: Elderly couple on swing on 50th anniversary. Man said “Our love is tried and true”. He had to repeat it for his hard of hearing wife until he shouted it. Wife said “Well fine I’m sick of you too.”


Key Scripture: Joshua 1:8
Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

"Learn to be happy where you are, but don’t settle where you are."

Lakewood Church Sun June 15, 2014,   11 am
Pastor Joel Osteen

Joke:
There were two farmers: a positive farmer and a negative farmer. Whenever it would rain the positive farmer would say, “Thank goodness for the rain – now we don’t even have to water the crops.” The negative farmer would say, “If this keeps up it will rot their roots and we won’t have any crops to harvest”. The sun would come out and the positive farmer would say, “Thank goodness for the sunshine. Now our crops are getting the vitamins and minerals they really need.” The negative farmer would say, “If this keeps up it will scorch them and we won’t be able to make a living.” One day they went hunting together and the positive farmer brought along his new bird dog. Once they were out in the middle of a lake in a boat, the positive farmer took aim and shot a bird. He then turned to the negative farmer and said, “Watch this.” The bird dog jumped out of the boat and miraculously ran on top of the water, picked up the bird, turned around and ran back to the boat on top of the water, before setting the bird perfectly in the boat in front of the positive farmer. The positive farmer looked at the negative farmer and asked, “What do you think?” The negative farmer shook his head and said, “Just as I thought, that dog can’t even swim.”

Key Scripture: Isaiah 49:6

Monday, June 9, 2014



Faith and Ken Haley

Ken Haley is a missionary, business owner, and elder at Encourager Church. In this message shared 6/8/14 he discusses taking our rightful place in Christ; and how to avoid the pitfalls of bitterness, generational curses and more.