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Ed Young Television Devotional - 2/17

  • 2016 Feb 17
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Ed Young Television Devotional

Commit Your Feelings to Your Commitments

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16

THINK

In today’s world, love is something that we too often misunderstand. Today’s culture tells us that it’s an emotion; that if we feel it, then it must be real. But true love moves far beyond emotions. It’s much more than a feeling. In fact, when feelings fade, that’s when true love begins.

The kind of love that God has for us is the kind of love that can change the world. It’s based on commitments more than feelings. If love were based on feelings, it would not have the power that it does. Love has the power to change everything. That’s the kind of love that God wants us to show the world around us.

PRAY

Thank God once more for His love. Make it personal. Praise Him for loving you, right where you are. And pray for the ability to display that kind of commitment based love to others as well.

ACT

Commitment is at the core of love. Make sure your commitment to God is a priority in your life. 

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