The “It’s All about Me” Friend
If you find someone always focused on themselves, then you’re likely not around someone who is godly.
These people can really emotionally drain you.
The believer in Christ is far from perfect, but the Spirit of God tends to have them focus on others and on serving Christ.
When you find someone who is preoccupied with themselves, you’ll find that you’re in a relationship that’s going nowhere fast.
It’s hard to be around someone who’s full of themselves because it leaves no room for anyone else.
Pick your friends wisely. Paul writes, “Do not be deceived: ‘Bad company ruins good morals’” (1 Cor 15:33).
The opposite of that is also true. Good, or I would say godly, company strengthens good morals, so learn when to run away from bad relationships and know when to stay and fight for the good ones.