Stop defining people, and placing labels on them!

Live from our Studio here in Toronto, Canada, this is INTERACTIVE. And I am your host Joseph Colin Wilson. My Technical Producer is the one and only Jesse. So great to be with you today. How are you, my Facebook friends?

What can I say, but “Wow”. The response has been great. I been hearing from people from all across the world. People asking me for advice, and counsel. And it’s been a privilege and a joy to do so. Folks are being blesses. People have been calling and messaging me and emailing me asking for prayers. I have added many to my prayer list. God is Good. And somebody say “All the time.”

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Welcome, welcome, welcome, to all who are joining in from every where. Don’t forget to share this video. Your comments are welcome and you are free to like. With that being said, let’s pray!

Twelve chosen men were sent out to check out a piece of land. All of them were leaders. They were like explorers.

They came back and reported to the people. The two most senior of them, Joshua and Caleb, said:

The people responded Let us go up at once and possess it.

I don’t know where you are right now, but where I am, if you call someone”fat”, you are insulting  them. It’s a derogatory term meant to embarrass that individual. Using this word to describe someone is offensive because of the cultural idea behind this term. You dare not tell a woman that she is fat. I mean you dare not!

The word ” fat”, is associated with laziness, stupid, clumsy and unattractive, and people with such labels are expected to be irrelevant, uninteresting and underachievers. We are saying to them, “That skinny, Barbie Doll shape or that six-pack, macho image – that we worship – is where you have fallen from.”

But I am not here to talk about fat. My question to you today is this, ” Who are we to define people, and to place labels on them?” Especially labels that are not true.  Someone one said that if you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.

Satan is a liar. Did I hear somebody say, “Amen?” Don’t believe anything anybody say about you that is not true. The only person who knows the truth about you is God.

All of you listening to me right now have been falsely labeled. Some of these labels have been placed upon you by other people, and some have been placed upon you by your own self. False labels that seeks to define your identity, your abilities, your personality, and your destiny have to place in your.  self defeating perceptions meant to demoralize

Lies, lies and more lies.

How many of you are prepared to let the opinions of others detour you from your destiny?

Never let the opinions of others detour you from your destiny.

When they tell you that you are not qualified, you tell them

When they tell you that you are not up to the task, you tell them, “The Bible says, I can do all things through Christ who (put your arms up like this and say) strengthens me.” Did I hear somebody say, “Hallelujah?”

Through your test, and trials, through you

When you are faced with your problems, don’t tell your God how big your problems are, tell your problems how BIG your God is. Did I hear somebody say, “Amen?”

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