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As iron sharpens iron, a friends sharpens a friend.
- This verse was brought to my mind with appreciation for the friends in my life who challenge my thinking while encouraging me to make sure that my thoughts are centered upon the truths of God.
- Forerunner Commentary from http://bibletools.org/: This is another indication from Scripture that, when we are in the companionship and the fellowship of others, we tend to shape each other. We rub off on each other...Are we rubbing off on each other for good, or are we rubbing off on each other for evil? Are we lifting one another up, or are we pulling one another down? We do not have to try consciously to do either. It will just happen...But in our Christian fellowship, we have the responsibility before God to work to rub off on each other for good. As long as we are conducting ourselves aright, it will rub off in the right way. In other words, all we have to do is work on ourselves. If we work on ourselves, then the projection of the self, the spirit that will go out from us, will be right, and it will have the right kind of impact.
- Praying that this verse and the shared commentary words bring about remembrances of those in your life that have "sharpened you" in your personal journey with our God.