If you know that what you are saying is right, and everybody else around you gangs up on you to go against what you know is right, don't listen to them, stand firm. Don't keep listening to their worldly arguments like, "Don't you think that...?" instead of, "Thus saith the Lord." If you just go with, "Thus saith the Lord" you will be great and in good shape. A person can be propelled into years of evil because they let someone talk them into something that they know is wrong--and in just a little while, the righteous one will concede further to the evil and then they can actually start acting like wrong is right and then that person's soul (the one who was originally speaking rightly) is in jeopardy and they don't even know how they got all mixed up, caught up, and beat up until somehow and some way, by God's grace and mercy, their grave error is revealed to them. And then the path to recovery can begin. Hearken not when people seek to convince you of the "rightness" of accepting wrong. Wrong is wrong, period.

Exodus 23:2 Thou shalt not follow a multitude to do evil; neither shalt thou speak in a cause to decline after many to wrest judgment:


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