The Cold, The Nonchalant

Lately I have been acting very cold and distant towards many people except for my friend who I have been friends with since fall semester.  One of the reasons why I have been acting this way because I know that some of the people on this campus are doing and they are doing wrong by me. I had warned the new girl who had came to the campus about what the people here do but she started to hang around these people and became very close. That is when I had to cut her off which I should have done earlier but I decided that she might be okay.

I felt bad because I have not been talking to her much and I am cutting her off. She is being used and does not even know it. She took my warning in vain. She did not even take what I said to her to heart so should I remain friends with someone who does not even actually consider what I had to say?  To a certain extent I understand why I should just turn the other cheek but considering the circumstances I had to do what I needed to do.

As far as the ring leader/ the troublemaker I was trying to go to class until I saw her. I automatically shut the door and locked it but I had to unlock it because she was outside. I did it all in one move. She makes me so upset yet I can’t do nothing about it but pray.

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One Reply to “The Cold, The Nonchalant”

  1. I felt this way last semester and did the same to some of my classmates. Then I read Matthew 5:23-24, “Therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother or sister has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to them; then come and offer your gift.”. God was telling me I needed to talk to these people and be honest about how I feel. I was prepared for a fight, but they understood and it helped us come to an understanding.

    If God leads you to speaking to this girl, know that He won’t lead you into destruction. He works all things out for you, He may be doing something new for you and this girl to learn. Remember that confrontation is not bad, but even healthy. Praying for you and your friend. God bless!

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