Discovering and Choosing True Friendship

From the beginning of mankind, God saw that we had a need only able to be fulfilled by each other.

When God, for the first time since creating the world uttered the words, “It is not good,” it was after observing Adam’s aloneness.

In His sovereign wisdom, God knew beforehand that He would create Eve, but He wanted Adam to see the difference human relationship makes in life. The richness, the joy, the depth that comes with sharing life with another.

And so God create Eve. To be Adam’s helper, wife, and friend.

God created one of the most beautiful mysteries the day that He created Eve for Adam. He created human relationship.

Relationship has continued to bless, stress, confuse, and uplift humanity in the years following its creation. No human has lived without contemplating this unique gift that God has bestowed upon us, trying to decipher its complexities.

Strangely enough, as much as we all crave it, valuing friendship in our modern world has become lost in our quest to fulfill the duties that come with having busy lives. While there are many invaluable resources available to strengthen family relationships, it becomes a bit more challenging to find resources explaining how to foster quality friendships.

Several months ago, God began speaking to me about this matter that has always intrigued me. I could not shake the feeling that He wanted me to share at least a small part of His message about friendship.

My immediate reaction was trepidation. I’m no expert in this field, after all – just another human being who has had her fair share of lessons learned the hard way. But then God gave me an outline as clear as any outline I’ve spent hours trying to perfect, only this one came in a matter of minutes. It was in those few minutes as I scrambled to write down the words that came to me so suddenly that I realized this message was from God. I didn’t need to be an expert with a degree in interpersonal relationship counseling. I simply needed to follow God’s leading on this.

That’s what I’ve been doing in the months following the revelation. Now it’s time to start talking specifics with anyone willing to listen. If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you already knew that I’ve been working on a book about friendship. But now I’m ready to start sharing my passion that has only grown on this topic of quality friendship in greater detail.

Lord willing, I will launch the eBook “Trend Breakers: Discovering and Choosing True Friendship in a Lonely World” on December 6th of this year. (Here’s a sneak peak of the cover photo!)

Would you like to be a part of helping this launch take place? If so, please read the information I have under the “My eBook” tab at the top of the blog. Next, email me, leave a comment with your email address included, or somehow let me know that you are interested in reviewing the book. It is crucial that I have as many people as possible help spread the word about this book! Even if you think the audience of your blog is too small, I promise it’s not! Plus, you get your own copy of the eBook for free, and who doesn’t love free stuff?!?

Not a blogger? That’s okay, too. I would greatly appreciate your help in spreading the word once launch day arrives through whatever social media or word-of-mouth forms you feel comfortable using.

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6 thoughts on “Discovering and Choosing True Friendship

  1. Jen Cornett

    Hi there! I have been following your blog for sometime now. I love your views on life as a wife, mother and friends. I too struggle with developing, yet craving, quality friendships. I would love to read your ebook and advertise it to those in my social circle. However, I am not a blogger…just a little on facebook and email.
    I wish you all the best!

    1. Kelly Post author

      Jen, thank you SO much for taking the time to encourage me. I appreciate it more than you know, and I need help from non-bloggers just as much as I do bloggers, so thanks for your willingness. If it’s okay, I’ll email you with a free copy of the book as well as details on how you can help promote it once I get it ready to go!

  2. Courtney

    Yay!! So proud of you, Kelly. Count me in! I think you’ve got my email, but I’ll send you another shout anyway. Can’t wait to read this and share it with my readers.

    1. Kelly Post author

      Thanks Courtney! You are always such an encouragement to me. I just got your email and will send you everything once it’s ready. Thank you again! 🙂

  3. Chandra Lawrie

    This looks to be an excellent read! I have been really struggling with friendship issues lately and have been reading a lot about it all. I have been reading Women I Want to Grow Old With, and it has really helped me see things in new ways, and motivated me to really do some things to keep friendships in my life forever! is where I got it if anyone wants to take a look. I cannot wait to read your ebook, I am sure to be passing it along!


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