- Make much of God.
- Ask the question: ‘How do we get more of Jesus in this friendship?’
- Act like individuals who answer to God.
- Are excited when others form new friendships.
- Hold friendships with open hands.
- Call out sin in others with love.
- Fuel our desire for God.
- Encourage obedience to God.
- Spend time praying for the other alone.
- Care about God’s glory.
- Encourage us to need God more.
- Tell you God is your place of belonging.
- Want friends to have more of Jesus.
- Make much of one another.
- Ask the question: ‘How do we get more of each other in this friendship?’
- Act like a couple who answers to each other.
- Feel threatened and jealous when others make new friends.
- Feel like they own one another.
- Excuse sin in the name of love.
- Reduce our desire for God.
- Redefine/excuse obedience to God.
- Only pray for each other together.
- Care about their own importance.
- Encourage us to need each other more.
- Tell you I am your place of belonging.
- Want friends to have more of the friendship.
Life teaches you that friend is a REALLY STRONG WORD. Cherish the true friends you have. They’re literally God’s gift. 🙂