What exactly is Godly Relationship? How can you quantify Godly Relationship? Why must there be Rules for Godly Relationship? Do this rules apply to everyone? What can I do to be in Good terms with God and have a good Relationship with Him?
Here we would give you lots of reasons why you must endeavour to be closer to God and seek Godly Friendship.
As a continuation from the series of the knowing the difference between Friend and fiend, we understood that a friend is someone with whom you have a sort of relationship with, while a fiend is someone who is a foe or an enemy.
We also went to the extent of asking if there is any rule for a Godly Relationship, and on answering this question, I will yes a “BIG” – YES!!!.
Godly Relationship Rules
Many people might not find this as a rule, but I will say that if you are able to adhere to this, you will a better person.
- Understanding: To be a better friend, you must develop an understanding of who you are dealing with. Understanding your friend is very crucial if indeed you want a lasting relationship.
- Love: Without overemphasizing this, a relationship without Love is doomed to fail. True Love and not Lust is the engine/life-wire of any TRUE selfless relationship
- Trust: Ok, I don’t think I need to go deep into Trust in a Godly Relationship. Without Trust, your relationship is as much as dead on arrival.
- Faithfulness: To have a Godly relationship, you must be faithful to God first. This will help you learn how to be faithful in All your relationships.
Are you ready for a Godly Relationship?
Ok, without sounding very odd, I must say that the Golden Rule that guides all Relationships is LOVE. Love is when those that are offended go the long way of looking for their offender and makes peace or settles with them and even go to the extents of giving them their best.
This makes it the most important virtue to have because any friendship built on Love (selflessness) and not selfishness (lust) will survive the turbulence of life.
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