Everyone needs friends, but the kind of friends we have is important. What does a good friend look like? How do we find one? How do we keep one? How do we become one? How do we avoid bad relationships?
In Proverbs 13:20 (NKJV), we read, “He who walks with wise men will be wise, but the companion of fools will be destroyed.”
The Bible is a constant comparison of two groups of people: righteous vs. unrighteous, good vs. evil, wise vs. foolish, diligent vs. lazy, godly vs. ungodly, wicked vs. faithful, saint vs. sinner.
God uses people. The Devil uses people. Two kingdoms are at war with each other. As believers we are told to be the salt and the light to a lost and dying world. We are to be problem solvers for both those who love us as well as those who don’t like us. God gives us a clear and successful path to follow whether dealing with strangers, friends, family or our own spouse.
Topics Covered Include:
- Power of Two
- People Like That
- Four Kinds of People
- Somebody Talk To Me
- Good vs. Bad
- Jesus’ Friends