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Dedication and Commitment to Family and Friends

Memory Verse

But Ruth replied, don’t ask me to leave you and turn back. Where you go, I will go; wherever you live, I will live. Your people will be my people, and your God will be my God. Wherever you die, I will die, and there I will be buried. May the Lord punish me severally if I allow anything but death to separate us.

  • Helping believers enhance their dedication and commitment to Family and Friends.
  • Help us understand that It is the will of God for His Children to be dedicated and committed to their Family and friends.
  • Help us to understand that dedication and commitment is a requirement for successful and impactful relationships.
  • Help us appreciate how love facilitates dedication and commitment to family and friends.
  • Helping believers understand that there are consequences of lack of dedication commitment to friends and families.
  • Helping believers understand that there are blessings in dedication and commitment to family and friends.


  • What is importance dedication and commitment to friends and families?
  • Can I be dedicated and committed to my friends and family if I do not see them as priority?
  • How do we know that we are dedicated and committed to our families and friends?
  • Can dedication and commitment to families and friends be influenced positively or negatively?
  • Are there any consequence if one is not dedicated or committed to his or her families and friends?
  • What is the role of love in dedication and commitment to friends and families?
  • Are there rewards for dedication and commitment to friends and families?
  • Can I demonstrate our commitment to our friends and families without sacrifice?
  • Dedication and Commitment to friends and families start from a decision and you need to make it a priority (Esther 4:16).
  • As believers, our dedication and commitment to our families and friends must include proclaiming the good news to them through our actions and words (Acts 10:21–24, Matthew 5:16).
  • Commitment is not always convenient, it requires sacrifice, Christ sacrificed to bring us into the family of God and called us friends, (John 15:13).
  • Love is a key requirement in our commitment, the more we love someone the more committed we tend to be them. (1 Kings 6:61).
  • When you are dedicated and committed in your relationship, you persevere like Ruth even when you have chance to quit (Ruth 1:16-17).
  • Whatever it is important to you, you must certainly commit yourself to it, where your interest is, lies your heart (Matthew 6:21, 1 Sam 1:21-28).
  • A practical way of showing commitment is by providing for our family, failure to do that negates the quality of a believer (1 Timothy 5:8)
  • Dedication and commitment are demonstrated when we protect our loved ones (Nehemiah 4:14, Psalm 107:41).
  • Consistency in our dedication and commitment to friends and families is highly desirable, nobody relies on an unreliable friend or family (1 Corinthians 15:58).
  • You must be selfless in your way of thinking before you can be committed and dedicated to friends and families (Esther 4:14-16)
  • You must genuinely love God otherwise, you cannot be dedicated and committed to families and friends (Mark 12:30-31)
  • You must strongly decide that you want the best relationship between you and your families/friends.
  • Always take stock of how things are going between you and your families to know if you are really dedicated and committed to them.
  • Commitment and dedication to friends and families is the glue for thriving relationship. We should invest in nurturing such relationships.
  • See your relationship to families and friends as unto God. This will help you to be dedicated and committed to them (Rom 5:8)
  • Pray for your families and friends always, forgive them in your heart even before they offend or sin against you.
  • There is always room for improvement in dedication and improvement, look out for cues such as acts of kindness. Be there for families and friends when they need you .
  • It is important to carry out a self-evaluation of our commitment and dedication and seek genuine feedback and have an open communication with friends and families.
  • Believers should realise that in showing commitment to the others, we are indeed showing commitment to God (25:44-45).