These Revelations Changed How I Think about Friendship

Every friendship begins with a hint of selfishness that we all innately possess. But if we learn to flip our vision outward in obedience to God and service to others, His purpose for friendship is revealed.

Jesus set the bar. He came to serve, not to be served. What did that look like in His earthly friendships? He was open to conversation with anyone, friendly with everyone, but held 12 people closer than others. And Jesus knew the best way to befriend someone was occasionally to confront them with the truth, even if it wasn’t what they wanted to hear. He had to allocate His time and manage relationships just as we do on this earth.

What else can we learn from Him and apply to our lives? Here are 10 revelations that have the power to transform friendships.

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One Comment on “These Revelations Changed How I Think about Friendship

  1. Dear Meg, I thank God today that I have ‘found’ you. I see that you have walked a long road with the Master. I cannot imagine the amount of tears that washed your face all these years. Your words have the fragrance of perfume. I can smell it thru the laptop. It is my privilege to read your letters. I was born in Romania. I am 66. I was an atheist until I became saved thru a crisis conversion. I live in Nigeria with my husband. We are both medical doctors by profession, but now in full time ministry. We have 3 adult children who live in Texas and 7 grandchildren. I send you greetings… From my lockdown to yours… The Spirit is ONE! God bless you!



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