In this episode, we’re talking about friends in low places…
Friends may come and go, but there’s something about the ones who stick by you. And, the spiritual connection that makes all the difference is truly remarkable. In the Bible, friendship clearly points to how God befriends us today. In fact, Jonathan and David shared an amazing friendship that can be characterized by one main word, SACRIFICIAL. Instead of looking out only for themselves, they chose to place the other’s needs in front of their own. The results were a beautiful friendship that put the Kingdom first.
Cultivating Friendship in an Isolated Word with Humility
Sounds like there’s a few things we can learn here right? There is!Taking the time to cultivate community and put others first creates connection. Where relationships have gone wrong in the past, the best place to find a friend is by going low.
In a selfie-society, let’s be people who say, ”No, you first!” ~Amy Elaine
Having friends is an important part of life.
We’re continuing our Friendship Series with Part II of Cultivating Friendship in an Isolated World. Listen in as your hosts, Amy Elaine and LaTan share about their friendship and the amazing things we’ve learned along the way.
Most importantly, there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother; his name is Jesus. (Proverbs 18:24)
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