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6Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.

27: 6 Who would prefer a friend’s wounds to an enemy’s kisses? Anyone who considers the source. A friend who has your best interests at heart may have to give you unpleasant advice at times, but you know it is for your own good. An enemy, by contrast, may whisper sweet words and happily send you on your way to ruin. We tend to hear what we want to hear, even if an enemy is the only one who will say it. A friend’s words, no matter how painful, are much more valuable.

Tyndale. NIV Life Application Study Bible

How true this is!! Through the years I am sure we have all seen this type of friend and enemy. And i don't know how anyone else feels but I sure do hate it when someone I know that is truly not a friend, and they try to make it appear they are your BEST friend!! It reminds me a the dope game where you would give someone credit and they come back for more but only have part of the money!!! And still want the same thing again this time!! They can do some of the biggest kisses I have everseen.

ON THE WAY HOME WALK WITH JESUS and know that even though teLLing someone the truth about the situation is always better than trying to be sneaky and do or say things that never had any intentions anyway!!! by RICHARD DEAN BROOKS

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