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Just put 5000 miles on your car? It’s time for an oil change. Expiration date on your milk is way past? You know it’s gone sour; pitch it! But what about a friendship? Is it time to let it go? Coming up, Dr. Randy helps you to consider Friendships with Expiration Dates, on Intentional Living.
Why do you think you have a friendship that need an expiration date?
“Even my close friend, someone I trusted, one who shared my bread, has turned against me.” (Psalm 41:9 NIV)
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