A No-Stick Anointing

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It is the end of daylight saving time this Sunday, and Joel Osteen’s message is titled “A No-Stick Anointing,” but God has anointed us with joy. So don’t let other Daylight Savingspeoples’ criticisms stick to you, because God wants us to be happy in our lives. These are my notes that I took as I watched and listened to Joel’s broadcast. Please feel free to Click Here for today’s Podcast, to listen to it for yourself.

We should not let the negative things that people say about us stick in our minds. ReclinerWe should be thinking about what God thinks of us; because God will fight our battles for us. God is our Vindicator, and we should not let anything that any one says about us bother us; we should enjoy each day. God made us the way that we are on purpose, we should not care what others’ say about us.

Joel quoted these verses of Scripture:

This is the information from This Week’s Message page about today’s broadcast titled A No-Stick Anointing by Joel Osteen:

There will always be people that don’t understand you, those that are critical and find fault. It’s very easy to let their lack of approval stick to you and change who God created you to be.

But in this empowering message, Joel will teach you how you can be strong in who God made you to be and move past those who’ve hurt you. Even Jesus Himself had to learn how to move past those who criticized, were disrespectful, and didn’t approve of Him. Instead of using your energy to gain others’ approval, you will learn how to look past these distractions, run your own race, and let God take care of those who oppose you.

May God’s anointing stick to you!

Thanks for Listening,


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I started my Blog on November 25, 2006 and I wanted a Web page where I could "Learn Something New!" Windows Live Spaces made it so easy that even I could do it. I made a commitment to myself to write something in my Blog every day. My writing challenge ended on May 23, 2012.
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