>Know those people that say they have more than one best friend? How is that possible? Doesn’t “best” mean “the top” or stands alone? Anyway, in thinking about friendship last night I was thinking about how grateful I am for true accountability. I’m not talking about the people I can seem to have fun with and just really enjoy their company. I mean friendship that runs deeper. Actual Accountability. A relationship where I give them permission to ask the tough questions about my life. When they know they can call me out on something and they give me permission to do the same. It’s really Proverbs 27:17 in action: “Iron Sharpens Iron. So one man sharpens another.” Relationships that don’t have this type of intimacy aren’t wrong. We just need to know that we will not have any type of accountability in a relationship like that. What about you? Do you have someone in your life that holds you accountable on a regular basis or do you always keep people at a distance?
Get to Sharpening,