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This is the first message in a six-part series on friendship — not just regular friend, however, but "spiritual friendship," which is friendship in the context of being a follower of Jesus. The premise of the series is that friends are not just nice to have, but beneficial for us, for our walk with God, and for the advancement of the Gospel. God uses friendships to help make us more like Jesus.
God has wired us to need each other. God prioritizes relationships.
Love is the greatest gift we can give to any relationship. This message reviews the power of love from 1 Corinthians 13 when given to marriages, friendships... even our enimies!
On Sunday we will discover that God is not limited in who he will work through or bless. Here is another women, her name is Ruth. Ruth (Jesus’ great grandmother 26 generations removed) was also an outsider.
The dangers and impact of following desire, and friendship with "the world". Follow the Lord and conform to him, not to the world.
Enjoying intimate friendship with God and being bold in prayer as Abraham was requires knowing where you stand in your relationship with God, and the only way to be confident about where you stand with God is knowing who you are in Christ. This teaching provides foundational doctrine vitally important for believers to know and master.
We all need strong relationships, strong friendships, strong marriages. C. S. Lewis once said, “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art…It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to survival.” This week's message explores the power of friendship and the difference it can make in a person’s life.