2/6/15 Daily Devotion

Acts 2:46 Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts,

There is something to be said of the church as it began to roll forward, and that is centered around their commitment. They got together every day. They shared in each others’ lives every day. They partook of communion every day. They ate together every day. The amazing thing to add is that they did it with glad and sincere hearts. How many of us go to bed on Saturday evening dreading the sounding of Sunday’s alarm? How many of us come home from a long day of work on Wednesday and dread the existence of the evening Bible study at church? How is it that the early church embraced this so well, and we fail so often? It has everything to do with commitment. Once they found Jesus, once He changed their lives, they made Him the center of their lives, their reason for existence. Does the same happen within our lives? Can we honestly say that we are COMMITTED to Christ and His ways? Sometimes, maybe yes, but not as we should, not as God requires. We need to remove anything that stands in the way of our relationship with God, and we need to do this before it’s too late.

Prayer Starter:

Lord, help me see what I have placed before You so I can change my focus before it’s too late.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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