UB David + I'll B Jonathan, Inc.


Majoring in Life


UB David + I'll B Jonathan, Inc.


Majoring in Life

Lesson 5: Finding New Friends

(Without having to beg for them)



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(Select the best answer for each question)

1. Why was Tiffany trying to find an empty table in the cafeteria?

    a) She liked to eat on her own.

    b) She had studying to do.

    c) She didn’t know anyone to eat with.

2. Proverbs 18:24 helps us understand that Jesus’ friendship is unfailing.

    a) True.

    b) False.

3. Holding onto a friendship too tightly could get you labeled as a…

    a) loner.

    b) leech.

    c) lamenter.

4. The author recommends this new attitude for leeches, loners and lamenters: be…

    a) a friend.

    b) independent.

    c) a giver.

5. The best model of someone with the right attitude for developing friendship is…

    a) Jesus.

    b) Gandhi.

    c) a philanthropist.

6. One good way to sharpen friendship skills is to do a Bible concordance study on the word “friend”.

    a) True.

    b) False.

7. Match the reference: a good friend listens more than she talks.

    a) Proverbs 27:9.

    b) James 1:19.

    c) Ephesians 4:32.

8. Match the reference: a good friend keeps his promise even when it costs him.

    a) Philippians 2:4.

    b) Proverbs 19:6.

    c) Psalm 15:4.

9. Match the reference: a good friend knows how to apologize.

    a) Matthew 5:23-24.

    b) Psalm 15:4.

    c) Proverbs 16:28.

10. There’s one thing we can count on:

    a) friends come and go.

    b) Jesus, our best Friend, walks with us.

    c) friends will always disappoint us.

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