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Camaraderie roles Always tell the truth in court, even if everyone else is dishonest and stands in the way of justice. Exodus 23:2 One day some worthless foreigners among the Israelites became greedy for food, and even the Israelites themselves began moaning, “We don’t have any meat! In Egypt we could eat all the fish we wanted, and there were cucumbers, melons, onions, and garlic. But we’re starving out here, and the only food we have is this manna. ” 

The manna was like small whitish seeds and tasted like something baked with sweet olive oil. It appeared at night with the dew. In the morning the people would collect the manna, grind or crush it into flour, then boil it and make it into thin wafers. The Israelites stood around their tents complaining. Moses heard them and was upset that they had made the Lord angry. Numbers 11:4-10 

Kindred spirits camaraderie roles The Lord said to Moses: Choose seventy of Israel’s respected leaders and go with them to the sacred tent. While I am talking with you there, I will give them some of your authority, so they can share responsibility for my people. You will no longer have to care for them by yourself. Numbers 11:16-18 United behind new leader The men answered: We’ll cross the Jordan River and help our relatives. We’ll fight anywhere you send us. 17-18 If the Lord our God will help you as he helped Moses, and if you are strong and brave, we will obey you as we obeyed Moses. We’ll even put to death anyone who rebels against you or refuses to obey you. Joshua 1:16-18 

In-law camaraderie roles Ruth answered, “Please don’t tell me to leave you and return home! I will go where you go, I will live where you live; your people will be my people, your God will be my God. I will die where you die and be buried beside you. May the Lord punish me if we are ever separated, even by death!” When Naomi saw that Ruth had made up her mind to go with her, she stopped urging her to go back. They reached Bethlehem, and the whole town was excited to see them. The women who lived there asked, “Can this really be Naomi?” Ruth 1:16-19 Unity, heart and soul Do whatever you want,” the soldier answered. “I’ll be right there with you.” 1 Samuel 14:7 

Working diligently together The people worked hard, and we built the walls of Jerusalem halfway up again. Nehemiah 4:6 Abandoned by friend in time of trouble My friends, I am desperate, and you should help me, even if I no longer respect God All-Powerful. But you are treacherous as streams that swell with melting snow, then suddenly disappear in the summer heat. Job 6:14-17 

Sharing camaraderie role with deserving friends Do all you can for everyone who deserves your help. Don’t tell your neighbor to come back tomorrow, if you can help today. Proverbs 3:27-28 Enduring camaraderie A friend is always a friend, and relatives are born to share our troubles. Proverbs 17:17

Two better than one For example, some people don’t have friends or family. But they are never satisfied with what they own, and they never stop working to get more. They should ask themselves, “Why am I always working to have more? Who will get what I leave behind?” What a senseless and miserable life! You are better off to have a friend than to be all alone, because then you will get more enjoyment out of what you earn. If you fall, your friend can help you up. But if you fall without having a friend nearby, you are really in trouble. Camaraderie roles.

If you sleep alone, you won’t have anyone to keep you warm on a cold night. Someone might be able to beat up one of you, but not both of you. As the saying goes, “A rope made from three strands of cord is hard to break.” Ecclesiastes 4:8-12

Lover, beloved And you, my love, are an apple tree among trees of the forest. Your shade brought me pleasure; your fruit was sweet. You led me to your banquet room and showered me with love. Refresh and strengthen me with raisins and apples. Camaraderie roles I am hungry for love! Put your left hand under my head and embrace me with your right arm. Song of Solomon 2:3-6 

Camaraderie roles Weeping, rejoicing together If you love Jerusalem, celebrate and shout! If you were in sorrow because of the city, you can now be glad. Isaiah 66:10

Walking in agreement Can two people walk together without agreeing to meet? Amos 3:3 Divine camaraderie I am the prophet Zechariah, the son of Berechiah and the grandson of Iddo. In the eighth month of the second year that Darius was king of Persia, the Lord told me to say: Israel, I, the Lord All-Powerful, was very angry with your ancestors. But if you people will return to me, I will turn and help you. Zechariah 1:1-3 Mutual justice, mercy, compassion So once again, I, the Lord All-Powerful, tell you, “See that justice is done and be kind and merciful to one another! Don’t mistreat widows or orphans or foreigners or anyone who is poor, and stop making plans to hurt each other.” Zechariah 7:8-10 

The Lord’s own family The crowd that was sitting around Jesus told him, “Your mother and your brothers and sisters are outside and want to see you. ”Jesus asked, “Who is my mother and who are my brothers?” Then he looked at the people sitting around him and said, “Here are my mother and my brothers. Anyone who obeys God is my brother or sister or mother.” Mark 3:32-35 At peace with each other Salt is good. But if it no longer tastes like salt, how can it be made salty again? Have salt among you and live at peace with each other. Mark 9:50 Three-month guest Mary stayed with Elizabeth about three months. Then she went back home. Luke 1:56 Camaraderie roles Like teacher, like student Are students better than their teacher? But when they are fully trained, they will be like their teacher. Luke 6:40

Camaraderie roles United followers Soon after this, Jesus was going through towns and villages, telling the good news about God’s kingdom. His twelve apostles were with him, and so were some women who had been healed of evil spirits and all sorts of diseases. One of the women was Mary Magdalene, who once had seven demons in her. Joanna, Susanna, and many others had also used what they owned to help Jesus and his disciples. Joanna’s husband Chuza was one of Herod’s officials. Luke 8:1-3 Sharing common goal Later the Lord chose seventy-two other followers and sent them out two by two to every town and village where he was about to go. He said to them: A large crop is in the fields, but there are only a few workers. Ask the Lord in charge of the harvest to send out workers to bring it in. Luke 10:1-2 

Camaraderie roles Measure of friendship Then Jesus went on to say: Suppose one of you goes to a friend in the middle of the night and says, “Let me borrow three loaves of bread. A friend of mine has dropped in, and I don’t have a thing for him to eat.” And suppose your friend answers, “Don’t bother me! The door is bolted, and my children and I are in bed. I cannot get up to give you something.” He may not get up and give you the bread, just because you are his friend. But he will get up and give you as much as you need, simply because you are not ashamed to keep on asking. Luke 11:5-8

My friend camaraderie roles Some of you accuse others of doing wrong. But there is no excuse for what you do. When you judge others, you condemn yourselves, because you are guilty of doing the very same things. We know that God is right to judge everyone who behaves in this way. Romans 2:1-2 Gentle motherly spirit But as apostles, we could have demanded help from you. After all, Christ is the one who sent us. We chose to be like children or like a mother nursing her baby. We cared so much for you, and you became so dear to us, that we were willing to give our lives for you when we gave you God’s message. 1 Thessalonians 2:7-8

 Camaraderie role No place for arguments Stay away from stupid and senseless arguments. These only lead to trouble, and God’s servants must not be troublemakers. They must be kind to everyone, and they must be good teachers and very patient. Be humble when you correct people who oppose you. Maybe God will lead them to turn to him and learn the truth. They have been trapped by the devil, and he makes them obey him, but God may help them escape. 2 Timothy 2:23-26

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