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Our Friendships Help Determine The Pattern Of Our Lives


Seriously consider the friendships in your life.

What effect do they have on your life? Negative? Positive?

Are you happy with all of them?

What kind of people do you associate with on a regular basis?

Do your friendships lift you up or bring you down?

How much influence do they have on your life?

The people you spend your time with have a major influence over how you live your life and how you spend your time.

You did not get to choose your parents or brothers and/or sisters. You did not get to choose any of your family.

God did that for you.

You can choose your friendships and those you spend most of your time with. Click here to continue reading.

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