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  • 2016 Jun 03
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Ed Young Television Devotional

Always Seeking Knowledge

“…test everything that is said. Hold on to the good.” 1 Thessalonians 5:21

Think

Life is a constant journey of learning. In order to grow, we must continuously pursue new knowledge. And there’s no greater way to learn than by asking questions. But it’s not just about asking any question to anyone.

God wants us to continue growing. He wants our knowledge of Him and His plan to expand and to grow. But to do that, we must ask the right people the right questions to get the right answers. What questions do you have about a relationship with God? Make sure you seek out the right people to ask those questions to!

PRAY

Thank God for the way He created us – with a desire to learn and to grow. Pray that He would surround you with the people in your life that can help you grow in your relationship with Him.

ACT

This past weekend, Pastor Ed Young was joined by Dr. Hugh Ross for the kickoff of “Myth Busters.” Watch this powerful Q&A session, as Dr. Ross unpacked some of the biggest questions we have when it comes to God and Science.

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.

For more information about this and other subjects, visit the Ed Young Television website: www.edyoung.com

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