It’s All about the Invitation - Ed Young Television Devotional - 5/20

Ed Young Television Devotional

It’s All About the Invitation

How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? Romans 10:14

THINK

The church is a table where people come to be fed. It’s where we discover the ultimate meal, the Bread of Life, Jesus. But if someone were to have a dinner party, the only way people would know about it was if they are invited. The same is true with the church.

Every weekend, Fellowship Church has an ultimate dinner party. We have an amazing team that helps to serve the Bread of Life in a creative and compelling way. But in order for the people in your life to know about it, you must be intentional to invite them. Think about the people in your life. Have you invited them to join you in dining on the Bread of Life?

PRAY

Thank God for providing the ultimate meal, the Bread of Life. Pray for opportunities to invite others to experience that ultimate meal with you.

ACT

Write down the name of two people you know need to hear about the Bread of Life. Begin intentionally inviting them to join you this weekend. Start by praying for them, then send them a text or give them a call!

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