Thursday, October 30, 2014



Every Sunday I watch Joel on TV as he preaches from Lakewood Church in Houston, TX. What a powerful wonderful message he always has...always uplifting my spirit. Every single time, I feel so good from hearing him. He definitely has God's anointing.

I want to share his and Victoria's message today because it really spoke to me relating to myself and the thousands of mesh injured patients worldwide. So many are so bitter and so angry and so disenfranchised. Many patients are mean to other mesh injured patients.

I call today for "A DIFFERENT SPIRIT" among us. Stop the insanity of attacking each other online. There is ZERO reason to be mean to each other. Please be civilized and kind to those who suffer physically every single day. A word of kindness goes a long way towards a better day. Unkind words leave stains on people's hearts and souls.

Please follow God faithfully as the scripture below says...."Do unto others as you would have them do unto you!"

God bless you wherever you are! Lana


“But My servant Caleb, because he has had a different spirit and has followed Me fully, I will bring into the land which he entered, and his descendants shall take possession of it.”
(Numbers 14:24, NASB)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria

One time in scripture, Moses sent 12 men to spy out the Promised Land. The people of Israel were camped right next door and excited about possessing the land. But after 40 days, ten of the men came back with a negative report. They said, “Moses, there are giants in the land, and we’ll never defeat them.” That negative report spread throughout the rest of the camp, and the people began to murmur and complain.
But one of the spies named Caleb said, “Moses, we are well able to defeat these people. Let us go up at once and take the land!”
It’s interesting that they all saw the same land, the same circumstances, yet they had totally different views. How could their reports be so opposite? Here’s how: Caleb had a different spirit. He saw things with a different perspective. Others were focused on the giants, but Caleb was focused on his God. The people who complained never actually made it into the Promised Land, but Caleb did. He accompanied a new generation that chose the blessing of God.
Today, you can choose to have a different spirit. Don’t listen to what everyone else says; listen to what God says. Choose to believe His Word, choose to obey Him, and He will lead you into your promised land!


Father, today I choose to tune out the negative voices of the world. I choose to trust in You even when no one else around me will. I thank You for the good things You are doing in my life and trust that You will fulfill every promise You’ve made to me in Jesus’ name. Amen.

— Joel & Victoria Osteen"