Its common in Christian relationship for one (especially guys) to blush and crush at the other in the private. Especially; through calls, chats and messages. Sometimes, including when they hangout alone.

But when they are in the presence of igwemmadu(other brethren),they tend to act like they never knew the other nor have any interest to do so, sometimes even avoiding them in the public.

These attitudes is very wrong.
Friendship exist when two or more persons acknowledges a sense of (mutual) relevance and developed a sincere respect for (each of) the other.

Identifying with your friends in the public shows you are proud of them as well as the relationship. True friends should have a sense of mutual privilege to be with each other anywhere.

The contrary could have a lot of interpretation; like you are trying not to give other friends the impression that this is your favourite. Or your friend is not good enough…



  1. Keith A. Wadley · January 20

    Spot on. If I am your friend then whether to acknowledge you when I see you or not should not be a question. They will know we are Christians by our love for one another.

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    • sunstev · January 20

      Yea yea yea

      By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.
      John 13:35


  2. Jacqueline N. Tyes · January 20

    Yes friendship should be celebrated and reciprocal.

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  3. Well said bro. Dont blank me bro lol

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