Never in history can I think of a friendship that was purer, nobler, more self-denying, and more encouraging than the friendship of this man for David. Read I Samuel 23:15-18.

1. Who befriended David at this dark moment? (vs. 16) 

2. What kind of help did David receive from him? (vs. 16) 

3. What encouragement did Jonathan provide David? (v. 17)

4. What indicates that David was helped by his friend? (vs. 18)

5. If you want to make new friends, what must you do? (Proverbs 18:24)

6. What is the highest action you can take to demonstrate friendship? (John 15:13)
  Who has done this for us?

7. Why does the Lord say friends are so important? (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12)

8. What has the Lord told us is another benefit of having a good friend? (Proverbs 27:17)
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