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The power of I AM;Joel Osteen

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Transform your self-image and embrace the power of positive thinking with two simple words: declare “I Am” and celebrate the life God has created for you!
Whatever follows the words “I am” will always come looking for you.
So, when you go through the day saying:
“I am blessed” . . . blessings pursue you.
“I am talented” . . . talent follows you.
“I am healthy”. . . health heads your way.
“I am strong”. . . strength tracks you down.
Joel Osteen reveals how The Power of I Am can help you discover your unique abilities and advantages to lead a more productive and happier life. His insights and encouragement are illustrated with many amazing stories of people who turned their lives around by focusing on the positive power of this principle. You can choose to rise to a new level and invite God’s goodness by focusing on these two words: I AM!

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