Together Forward - Ed Young Television Devotional - 4/7

Ed Young Television Devotional

Together Forward

"When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place." -Acts 2:1


When you begin to act rather than perpetually preparing, and when you commit to moving forward with that action, amazing things can happen. The Bible is full of stories of people who acted on what they knew God was calling them to do. But every action that has true purpose is never a selfish act. Rather, the kind of actions that make a lasting difference in the world are actions where people unite together to move forward.

Fellowship Church is a great example of many people moving forward together. What happens at here happens because God blesses and works where and when people are willing to get outside of their own agendas and work – together – for a greater cause. Are you part of that cause? Make sure your life is focused on something bigger than yourself!


Thank God for His hand in your life. Pray for the discernment to see how you can get outside of yourself and help unite with others for a greater cause.


Don’t just show up to church; become an active and vibrant part of the life change that happens. One of the greatest ways to do that is by getting involved in our SEVEN campaign as we work together to build the church and extend the reach!

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