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How to find a Soul Friend

How to find a Soul Friend

 

  • The most important first step is prayer. Ask God to guide you.

 

  • Then ask yourself if there is someone you know who you would consider to be spiritually mature. Does that person have the gift of listening and discernment? Are they trustworthy? Can they keep confidences? Do they walk in humility and gentleness?

 

  • When you sense that you have discovered that prayed-for person, ask them to tea or coffee.

 

  • As you spend some time together, tell them what’s been stirring in your heart.Explain Soul Friendship.

Ask them if they would prayerfully consider carving out a day every other week or even once a month to be your Soul Friend, someone who will help you develop a deeper walk with the Savior, and a richer prayer life.

What to look for in a Soul Friend
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