The Fine Art of Friendships - Part 4

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This show is Part 4 of a 4 Part series Friends, Foes, and Fellow Christians. According to Webster’s Dictionary “friend” is defined as one attached to another by affection and esteem; an intimate association. Life-long friendships, the ones that are lasting, will require good relating skills. The people involved will have to agree to being attached to one another by affection and commit to highly esteeming the other. A life long friendship will take a lifetime of practice. It will require treating others the way you want to be treated and relating to others the way God relates to you. I will discuss the four strong qualities of good friendships: interest, love, sympathy, and sacrifice and how each of these qualities must be present in the lives each person in the friendship or relationship. Also, I will discuss how to establish and maintain healthy friendships and relationships with others that are mutually beneficial to everyone involved.
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Friendships
Relationships
Love
Getting Along
Life
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