Discovering Who I Am, Relationships, Words of Endurance

God said, “It’s not good for the Man to be alone;
I’ll make him a helper, a companion.”

It is true that we cannot do this life alone – God never meant for us to do it alone. We need our relationship with God but we also need real relationships with others as we journey through this life together. We need one another in order to mature into who we truly are.

Because not all people are “safe people” the Scripture does instruct us that we do need to be careful about WHO we choose to journey through life with …

Godly people are careful about the friends they choose.

And the type of friends we can trust and walk with …

Become wise by walking with the wise;
hang out with fools and watch your life fall to pieces.

I know for me I am so grateful for my true, wise, trusted, and safe friends and family who have skipped along the mountaintops with me and celebrated each triumph and yet they didn’t dessert me when I trudged through the valleys of life with all my personal struggles. I thank God that …

Friends love through all kinds of weather,
and families stick together in all kinds of trouble.

My prayer for all of you on this journey is that you are not journeying this life alone. I pray that you have true and trustworthy friends and family to journey with through life. And if you do not – because you do not know if you can trust anyone – then I pray that God will heal your broken heart and give you the courage to open your heart and learn to trust others again. Because remember and know …

Friends come and friends go,
but a true friend sticks by you like family.

On the Journey with You,
Dave Dravecky