Joel osteen daily sermon for today by Joel osteen: God will exalt the humble

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Topic :God will exalt the humble.

The power of God in Stephen’s life provoked the anger of his enemies, and they dragged himout of the city and stoned
himto death.

The heavens were opened, and Stephen saw the glory of God. “But he, being full of the Holy Spirit, gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the
right hand of God, and said, ‘Look! I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!’ ” (Acts
7:55–56).

The person who lives a life of humility is the person who will walk in the supernatural power of God.
Stephen said he saw Jesus standing at the right hand of God, yet we are told repeatedly in Scripture that Jesus is seated
at the right hand of the Father.

I believe that Jesus thought, In honor to Stephen, I will stand to receive his spirit. I will stand for a man who was faithful to serve tables. I will stand for a
man who will give his life for the sake of the Gospel.
God honors men and women who will do humble tasks for Him.
Philip was another disciple who waited on the tables. He began to preach in Samaria, and the whole city was stirred by
miracles, signs, and wonders (Acts 8:6–8).

An angel of God appeared to Philip and sent himto the desert to lead an
Ethiopian man to the Lord. After baptizing this man, Philip was supernaturally translated to the city of Azotus, where he began preaching.

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This is what happens to the person who will walk humbly  before the Lord. The person who lives a life of humility is the
person who will walk in the supernatural power of God.

Let there be no fighting over the high positions. Give unqualified courtesy and respect to every person. Serve one
another in love. Walk humbly before God, and you will be blessed with riches, honor, and life.

We reign in life as kings and walk in the abundance of God through the power of humility. We reign in life as kings by One, Christ Jesus, who “humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death,
even the death on the cross” (Philippians 2:8). Let us follow His example.

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