The Power of True Friendship

I am very picky with who I spend quality time with. People can either drain you emotionally or they can set a spark of fire that makes you want to live, laugh and love. 

As we get older, we often realize that it’s less important to have a ton of friends, and more important to have real friends. Sometimes having one good friend is all we truly need. 


A true friend is someone you can disagree with, fight with, but you will still remain good friends. True friends stay forever even when they don’t speak to you often or you don’t see each other often. 

It’s better to have someone who openly hates you than to have someone who’s putting you down secretly. 

A true friend accepts who you are, they make you laugh, they believe in you, they comfort you, they trust you, and they understand you. 


Proverbs 17:17 “A friend loves at all times.”

A friend:

May we know who are our true friends and may we be one to those who trust us with their friendship. 

“Two are better than one because they have a greater return for their labor. If either one of them fall down, one can help the other one up.” Ecclesiastes 4:9

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