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Today’s Joel Osteen 3 November 2022 Thursday Devotional

Today’s Joel Osteen 3 November 2022 Thursday Devotional

Welcome to Joel Osteen Daily Devotional for 3rd November 2022 written by Pastor Joel & Victoria Osteen. Be inspired and be blessed on each day, reading and meditating on God’s Word!

Pastor Joel Osteen is a motivational and inspirational writer and author of many books that has blessed millions of people around. Don’t forget, Joel Osteen Oscar is the lead pastor at Lakewood Church with over 45,000 attendants.

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Today’s Joel Osteen 3 November 2022 Thursday Devotional
Today’s Scripture: Psalm 2:7, NKJV
“I will declare the decree: The LORD has said to Me, ‘You are My Son, today I have begotten You.’”

Today’s Joel Osteen Devotional Topic: Declare a Decree

The psalmist says, “I will declare a decree.” A decree was an official written order usually having the force of law. He was saying, “I’m going to start speaking this decree.” We can do the same and speak decrees. You should write down your goals and what you want to see happen in your life. Then declare that decree out loud every day. Something happens when we speak. You are prophesying your future. Those words will change your outlook and change who you are.

You can personalize your decree, but here are some areas that should be on your decree. “I am strong. I am healthy. I am full of energy. I am passionate. I am talented. I am valuable. I am confident. I have a good personality. I am happy. I enjoy my life. I am a person of excellence. I am full of integrity. I am successful. I am prosperous. I run with purpose in every step. I am blessed. I am victorious. I am a child of the Most High God.”

Prayer for Today
“Father, thank You that my words have the power of a decree to change my life and become my reality. Help me to give my faith a voice by declaring words of blessing over myself and my future daily. I believe that You are going to bless me with an abundance of good things. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

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