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Love Your Neighbor, but Choose Your Friends Wisely

Not everyone should be your close friend

Love your neighbor; people running through a field together
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We should love everyone God puts in the path of our lives, and yet at the same time, we must choose our close friends intentionally and cautiously.

Some Christians will perhaps object to this claim, arguing that the Bible teaches unconditional love and forbearance. Unfortunately, such…

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