Johnathan and David had a friendship that was bonded in love. They didn’t just see each other as friends, they treated each other as if they were brothers. They were so close with each other the Bible records that they “knit with the soul” which means that they were in one accord. They loved each other like brothers. The friendship continued until Johnathan’s death, David pledged to take care of anyone who was part of Johnathan’s family.

When David discovered that Johnathan had a son who was born with a  disability  he took him in and treated him like royalty. He remained loyal to the promise that he made. This is one of the examples of the way a godly friendship should be. Friendships should be rooted in love. It helps to have godly friends because when the two of you walk in one accord, you’ll be doing so with Jesus at the center of your friendship. It is sad to see that friendships have a completely different meaning nowadays.

People tend to become friends for all the wrong reasons. Some use friendships as a way of getting things that they couldn’t get on their own. There are a number of friendships were loyalty is non-existent. This is not the plan God had when it came to companionship. Our friendships should reflect the love of God in them When people take a look at you and your friends, they should see the bond of unity- not a heap of distrust. It will be hard for you to minister effectively if people notice that all of your friendships are founded in dishonesty.

Follow the example of Johnathan and David and love each other as if you are family. If you know that there are friendships  in your life that do not glorify God because they are based on the wrong things, you need to walk away. It will help the other person too. Godly friendships should be about loving each other, looking out for each other, and striving to bring out the best in each other-the same way Christ loves you, looks out for you, an d strives to ring out the best in you. 

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