“I am a companion of all them that fear you,
and of them that keep your precepts.”
David became wise and good by keeping company with wise and good people. But not only will we learn righteousness by spending time with those who are righteous, but we may also learn ungodliness by spending time with fools. David’s Son, Solomon, said it this way: “He who walks with wise men shall be wise, but a companion of fools shall be destroyed” (Prov. 13:20).