An unfriendly person isolates himself.

by | Feb 19, 2021

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An unfriendly person isolates himself.

‘’An unfriendly person isolates himself and seems to care only about his own issues. For his contempt of sound judgment makes him a recluse. Senseless people find no pleasure in acquiring true wisdom, for all they want to do is impress you with what they know.’’ Proverbs 18:1-2 [TPT]

A loner is out to get what he wants for himself. He opposes all sound reasoning.
It’s selfish and stupid to think only of yourself and to sneer at people who have sense.
An unfriendly person pursues selfish ends and, against all sound judgment, starts quarrels.

Be careful that you don’t cut yourself off from everybody.

You need to watch it when you are wiser than all around you.
It is self-arrogance when you are above correction.
How come you are the only person that keeps insisting that you are right on all issues?.
Watch out that you don’t unpleasantly isolate yourself.

Definitely, there are some terrible associations you may need to cut off.

Some so-called friends may not be suitable for you.

However, be careful that you are not just full of yourself.
“People lose their way without wise leadership, but a nation succeeds and stands in victory when it has many good counselors to guide it.”
Proverbs 11:14(TPT)
Be in the midst of people of sound mind, courage, and judgment.
(2 Timothy 1:7)

Don’t forsake the fellowship of other believers.
Even though because of the pandemic, you don’t physically congregate.
Reach out and stay connected with like-minded people through viable means.
You are the salt of the earth.
You are the light of the world.
Be active, involved, and influence the people around you for His Kingdom.
Find someone reliable and trustworthy to share your concerns with.
Don’t be a lone ranger in these challenging times.


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