How Much Care Are You Putting into Your Relationships?

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God’s plan is that we have good, strong relationships with Him, with ourselves, and with others.

Have you ever asked yourself why relationships are so important to God? God is a God of relationships. God created man to be in relationship with Him. Then, God created Eve so that man would not be alone. (see the Bible, Genesis 2:18) “And the Lord God said, ‘It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him.’” 

God’s desire is for us to be in relationship. God’s plan is that we have good, strong relationships with Him, with ourselves, and with others. That is why every relationship requires constant effort and attention. It’s a bit like a plant ... it has to be watered, taken care of at regular intervals, to blossom and grow. This is true for marriage as well as our relationships with our neighbors, children, coworkers, etc. It’s also true for our relationship with God.

God wants you to have great relationships with those around you. So, what are you going to do today to maintain and develop good, healthy relationships? Smile, write someone a note, make a phone call, send a kind text, give a helping hand, speak a word of encouragement, send “A Miracle Every Day” to someone, etc. It’s up to you!

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