Healthy Friendships Take Time And Energy!
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Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. Helen Keller
James 4:4 You adulterous people, don’t you know that friendship with the world means enmity against God? Therefore, anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God.
Healthy Friendships Take Good Communication!
Specific Relationship Resource Links:
Healthy Friendships Are A Blessing!
Some of my healthy friendships have the same common denominators — the investment of time and energy, forgiveness, plus a few other qualities. Are you involved in healthy friendships, or are your friendships somewhat toxic? Learn more about healthy friendships on this page!
Healthy friendships do not just grow on trees, but like trees need to grow deep roots to become healthy.
Sometimes there is a need for the pruning of one’s self in the areas that need attention (the weed that sometimes creeps in).
Do you often think more highly of your friends than yourself? When you think highly of your friends, that is an excellent quality to have, although being aware of your own needs is very important too.
One significant thing in healthy friendships is the ability to communicate effectively to be able to share your thoughts and feeling and also be able to understand the other person.
Close friendships are treasured and healthy for us to grow in life. ~ Bill Greguska
Here Are Some Helpful Links:
- Friendship evangelism, what it about?
- Is it okay to have close friendships with unbelievers?
- Should a Christian date or marry a non-Christian?
- The importance of Christian fellowship?
- What is true friendship, according to the Bible?
Related Pages Of Encouragement:
- Romantic Relationships
- Marriage relationships
- Challenging relationships
- Wisdom in relationships
Learn How You Can Improve Your Communication Skills!
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(These types of questions are to get the ball rolling, consider your questions).
- Have they shared with you a particular time or era during which they received Christ in their life?