Daily Devo – December 17, 2017

Daily Devo 12-17-17

 

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Today is Sunday, December 17, 2017. Hi, my name is Adam Burton, and you are listening to the daily devo. A short devotional designed to help you apply God’s Word to your life. The content comes from the Gospel Project.

Take a few moments and read: Acts 4:32–5:11.

Have you ever heard someone say, “Pay it forward?” The idea could be summed up in this: When someone does something nice for you, go and do something nice for someone else in return. For example, if the person at the table next to you in a restaurant buys your meal, maybe you pay it forward by serving a meal at a homeless shelter.

When have you seen someone pay it forward? How did that affect you?

While “paying it forward” is not a bad thing, we should constantly live kind and generous lives—no matter what others do or don’t do for us. The early church’s unity didn’t leave room for greed or selfishness; they modeled complete generosity by giving to all who had needs among them.

If you are in need of prayer, please get in touch with me. I would love to pray for you. You can connect with me on social media or shoot me an email: adam@adamburton.net.