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RELATIONSHIP IN THE SCHOOL

BIBLICAL REFERENCES: 1SAMUEL 18:45. 1 KINGS 11:5-13. PROVERBS 1:10, 1THESS.3:6-13, Lk 11: 5-13 CONTENT
  1. Friendship between David and Jonathan
  2. The Friend at Midnight
  3. Qualities of Good Friends
  4. The Result of Bad Friendship
  5. Moral Lessons
 

Introduction

Friendship can’t be ruled out in any facet of life. Animals in the forest communicate with each other not to talk of human beings created in the image of God. There are some examples found in the Bible:

Friendship between David and Jonathan

Jonathan was the son of Saul, the first king of Israel. David was the son of Jesse, a shepherd. David and Jonathan became friends after God helped David to kill Goliath of Gath (Philistine) as he lived in the house of King Saul, and married his daughter Jonathan and David became close when David was living in the palace. Jonathan gave David his robe, a bow, arrow and girdle for presents as a mark of their friendship. Jonathan chose David as his friend because he was a good boy. He was brave and he trusted in the lord.

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