We were created to live in community with one another. So we enjoy fellowship, friendship, and companionship with others. The Bible describes a type of relationship that goes deeper than mere friendship. It describes relationships that are good for our souls. In these relationships, we care for each other spiritually by discussing God’s word with one another, sharing our struggles, and praying for each other. God has given his children the responsibility to care for one another’s souls. In this sermon, we’ll examine what these kind of Christ-centered relationships look like.
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