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The Journey - July 4, 2013

  • 2013 Jul 04
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The Journey with Ron Moore

A Friend Loves at All Times | Proverbs 17:17

Proverbs 17:17
A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.

Real friendship is not conditional. It is not based on give and take but give and give. There are times when love is difficult. There are times when actions make acceptance hard. But a friend loves at all times. A true friend is a safe harbor; a comforting hiding place.

When your words are short and sharp...a friend loves at all times.

When you are exhausted and want to just veg…a friend loves at all times.

When you are excited and want to emote…a friend loves at all times.

When you need to blow off some steam…a friend loves at all times.

When your actions hurt…a friend loves at all times.

When you are selfish…a friend loves at all times.

When you are insensitive…a friend loves at all times.

When you forget… a friend loves at all times.

When you keep remembering… a friend loves at all times.

When you are standing tall on the mountain of success…a friend loves at all times.

When you are face down in the valley of failure…a friend loves at all times.

Thank God for good friends!

Father, thank You for good friends You place in our lives. Thank You for people who see beyond our actions and know our heart. Thank You for people we don’t have to be on our best behavior around. Thank You for the people with whom we can be real. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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