A Relational Revolution - Ed Young Television Devotional - 1/1


Ed Young Television Devotional

Title: A Relational Revolution

Topics: Purpose, Relationships


The righteous choose their friends carefully….” Proverbs 12:26

The first day of the New Year is a day of promise. Millions of people everywhere are setting goals and making plans for what they hope to accomplish over the next year. From losing weight to getting organized, resolutions are the topic of conversations everywhere. But have you ever considered relational resolution?

Think about the people in your life. How can you make this year a year in which you strengthen the healthy relationships you have? What can you do this year to revitalize those relationships that need mending? Make 2016 a year of relationship revival. Surround yourself with the right kind of people that can take you to the places God has in store for you and help you accomplish all that God has in store for you this year!

Thank God for making you a relational being. Pray for His direction and discernment as you surround yourself with the right people this year.

Getting started on the right relational foot in 2016 is all about knowing who to surround yourself with. Pastor Ed Young has a book, “Fifty Shades of They,” that will help you discover the kinds of people we all need to do life with. As you prepare to make 2016 the greatest year yet, order the book today!

FIFTY SHADES OF THEY From New York Times Best-Selling Author Ed Young

Fifty Shades of They gives you fifty simple, yet profound insights that will help any relationship thrive, from friendships to business partnerships to marriages. Based on biblical standards and the teaching of Ed Young, this book is written for anyone who is looking to give new life to their relationships.

For more information about this and other subjects, visit the Ed Young Television website: www.edyoung.com

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