Jesus was the Friend of sinners (Luke 7:34). But the important thing to note is that wherever Jesus went, sinners were permanently and radically impacted by Him. Therefore, when you walk into places where worldly stuff is going on, if people start turning to God and repenting from their sin, go for it! If you’re truly impacting the place you’re in — excellent! But if the place is impacting you, causing your own spirit to sag, get out. Pull away. Back off immediately. ‘Oh, but I’m mature in the Lord,’ you say. ‘So it’s OK for me to go into this business venture even though my partners are unbelievers.’Is it really? I refer you to what happened to one of the greatest men of history …Jehoshaphat was a uniquely blessed man. Revival broke out around him; blessings flowed from him; good things came to him. And then, as his life is coming to an end, there’s a P.S. in his story …And after this did Jehoshaphat king of Judah join himself with Ahaziah king of Israel who did very wickedly: And he joined himself with him to make ships to go to Tarshish … 2 Chronicles 20:35-36A godly Jehoshaphat joined with an ungodly Ahaziah in the shipping business. But the venture sunk.You might have walked with the Lord for 30 or 40 years or more. Don’t be like Jehoshaphat, saying, ‘This might not be God’s best for me — but I know my ship will come in eventually.’ A person might become rich financially by joining with an unbeliever, but what does it profit him if he gain the whole world and lose his soul (Mark 8:36)? What good is it if it causes him to be only a shell of what he once was spiritually?What’s your legacy, dad? At one time, you were about the things of the Kingdom; you were a servant, a leader, a worker. But now you’re known as a business whiz. How tragic. Don’t be yoked with unbelievers in any endeavor which will cause you to be sink spiritually.