The Company We Keep: What About Your Friends?

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“For My people are foolish, they have not known Me

they are silly children, and they have no understanding

They are wise to do evil, but to do good they have no knowledge.”Jeremiah 4:22

Have you ever been betrayed by someone you thought was a good friend? Humans seek acceptance, but at what cost is that acceptance beneficial for you? Do your friends, family, colleagues, or individuals within your circle make you a better person? Do they make you feel alive, productive, creative, compassionate, empathetic, and humble? Or do you find the thrill from your inner circle risky, dangerous, diabolical, idolatrous, or divisive? If you need someone to lean on or they need you to lean on, are you supportive and encouraging of each other?

Growing up, I remember my mother warning us to be careful of who we hung out with. Sometimes, you might…

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