You’ve Got a Friend in Me-April Scripture Writing Plan
Every time I hear the phrase “you’ve got a friend in me” I cannot help but think of the theme song from the Toy Story movies by the same name. The friendships in these movies are characterized by loyalty, selflessness, and sacrifice.
Even though these movies are considered secular, I believe they are a great representation of how friendships should work even among believers. It’s also imperative that we set a good example of how to be a friend. After all, if we can’t be a good friend, it’s kind of hard to demonstrate the love of Christ to those who don’t believe.
This month’s Scripture Writing Plan focuses on how to be a good friend based on what the Bible says. You’ll write out verses that give practical guidance on how to be a friend. You’ll also write verses that focus on the consequences of not being a good friend. There will be passages that convict us and passages that will inspire us to be good friends.
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