The They in Their Lives - Ed Young Television Devotional - 8/22

Ed Young Television Devotional

The THEY in Their Lives

“I am a friend to all who fear You, to all who follow Your precepts.” Psalm 119:63,

Finding the right THEY is crucial to experiencing the most out of life. Over the past several days, we’ve discovered some of the questions we need to ask in order to evaluate the relationships in our lives and see if they are the right THEY. Each of those questions has focused on how others interact with and treat us. But there’s a question we need to ask that really doesn’t involve us directly: Do THEY have the right THEY in their lives?

Do the people in your life have the right people around them? This is a monstrous aspect when it comes to your friends. The Bible tells us that, “Bad company corrupts good character.” So when it comes to looking at the people in your life, make sure that the influences in their life are the right ones. Because the company they keep when they are away from you will ultimately affect and impact the direction your life as well.


Take time today to pray for your friends. Ask God to bless them relationally so that they can discover and experience the power of the right THEY.

Be the right THEY in someone else’s life. Invite them to join you at church this weekend!

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.

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