“Messy & Meaningful“

Speaker: Troy Champ

Series: One Another

Primary text: 1 Samuel 22-23

Speaker: Troy Champ
Series: One Another
Primary text: 1 Samuel 22-23

Friends make life messy and meaningful.

The people around you are not always your dream team… When you were younger, you may have pictured a future with notably more success and surrounded by people with fewer flaws. Yet, God has placed you right where you are. The bible teaches us not only the importance of spiritual friendships, but the work required to cultivate them. The healthiest relationships are healthy because someone has put in the work! You need a friend who can simultaneously celebrate your strengths and shoulder your weaknesses. You need a friend—and need to be a friend—who can hold the blessings and blemishes of spiritual friendships in tension. Friends make life messy and meaningful.

Other texts in this message: Proverbs 20:6, Psalm 142:4, Psalm 25:16, 1 Corinthians 1:26-31, Philemon 6

Homework

Take a calculated risk on spiritual friendship.

Take a calculated risk on spiritual friendship…again.

Identify what you especially desire in friendship right now and God to give it.

Right-size your expectations of spiritual friendship.

Join a small group.

Lead a small group.

Book Recommendations:
Spiritual Friendship by Mindy Caliguire
Safe People by Cloud & Townsend

Prayer Requests: care@capitalchurch.com

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Worship Songs

Raise A Hallelujah
Jonathan David Helser / Melissa Helser / Jake Stevens / Molly Kate Skaggs

Promises
Aaron Moses / Dante Bowe / Joe L. Barnes / Keila Marin / Lemuel Marin / Phillip Carrington Gaines

Faithful Now
Jonathan Smith / Mia Fieldes / Eddie Hoagland / Hank Bentley


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