Commit So You Don’t Quit - Ed Young Television Devotional - 8/15

Ed Young Television Devotional

Commit So You Don’t Quit

“Be devoted to ONE ANOTHER in love. Honor ONE ANOTHER above yourselves.” Romans 12:10

THINK
Commitment is key in life. So are relationships. What do the two have in common? Everything! Because out on the rugged plains of reality, commitment is played most often in our relationships. It is where we hit walls of conflict, but where we also discover breakthroughs of forgiveness and purpose.

Have you ever considered how your commitment effects those around you? Are you truly committed to the people in your life? Don’t let conflict disrupt your commitment. Instead, discover the power of commitment in relationships, and discover the power of those relationships!

PRAY
Thank God for the people He has placed in your life. Pray that your commitment quotient would continue to grow as you do life with those people. And ask God to bless them through the commitment you share together.

ACT
We’ve learn how fear can keep us paralyzed. But write down this new acrostic for FEAR, and remember that overcoming it is all about facing it, overcoming it, and receiving what God has for your life! F.E.A.R. – Face Everything And Receive!

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