> I am a companion of all who fear and keep your commandments (Psalm 119: 63).
Fear of Jehovah is the beginning of wisdom. The wise see evil and turn away. The knower shines in the wisdom of God. God likes those who fear him and seek his face.
When a person receives Christ in his heart, he goes from darkness to light, from darkness to clarity. He who is already in the light cannot have communion with the darkness. That is why the psalmist says:
> I am a companion of all who fear and keep your commandments.
What the psalmist means is that his friendships are only those who worship the Lord, or put another way: anyone who is a friend of God is my friend.
When God said that Abraham was his friend, God meant that Abraham was a very reverent man. If Abraham became friends with God and you are friends with God, Abraham is also your friend.
Remember this, your friendships are not necessarily friendships of God. Be careful with the friends of the world that not everyone walks in the light, but in the dark.