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I once had to testify in a civil case, and the defense attorney made the implication that the plaintiff was a friend of mine–that we were in fact close friends.
“Yes, we are on friendly terms. We had worked together, but I wouldn’t call us close friends,” I replied.
The lawyer said, “But didn’t I just see you talking together during the last recess?”
“Yes, we were talking. I was telling him that since I’d last seen him, my dogs had died, I changed jobs twice, and had a knee injury that put me in a wheelchair for four months. He wasn’t aware of any of that.” (There were other personal details in my response that I won’t post publicly.)
Another reason why you need to be careful about the questions you ask.
LOL That’s great!Thanks for stopping by and for the comment! I posted it for myself as much as anyone. It’s another one of those lessons I’m being taught constantly! LOL I’d appreciate your prayers for me in that area – that I’ll find some godly friends!! Have a great weekend!