Nurturing The Right Type Of Friendships

In the Book of Mormon, in Jacob 7, I read about Sherem, who was tricked by the devil to teach that there is no Christ. He later died, after confessing that he was wrong. I think about those people who think that to be bad is good, and to be good is bad. Some people talk about, practically boast about, tricking the authorities after escaping from them. These are not the type of friends that I want.

I am thankful that I have friends who value honesty, charity, and believing in each other. It is because that I have been taught these righteous principles, that I feel safe and secure; and I can also share how safe and secure I feel, because I have these values, with others. So, if I meet someone who thinks that to be bad is good, and to be good is bad, I can humbly explain to them that I feel safe and secure when I am good.

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