I figured that everyone is capable of making mistakes and perhaps that's what happened in Houston.
With that in mind I wrote about the good work Joel Osteen does and the truth of the Gospel that he speaks about. I figured even if he had made a mistake, I would forgive him because Lakewood church was open and helping people. I figured it was never too late to do the right thing and help people.
It turns out I offered forgiveness to someone who didn't need it. Please click the link below and watch the video of Joel Osteen addressing his church and the public regarding the events in Houston.
This won't satisfy some people. For them, I pray they put their faith in Jesus Christ because they have bigger problems than Joel Osteen.
If you look at the good that Osteen has done and continues to do, if you listen to his messages about the hope of Christ to save people and change lives, you will see they all point to Jesus.
Although I didn't condemn Osteen, I ask for his forgiveness anyway. I didn't need to defend him. I didn't need to forgive him. That's God's job.