BDBD is Proverb 16:29

Some have a liking to entice their neighbor to be ill-behaved. This proverb is clear. Such people are violent in nature. The Hebrew word “pata” here, translated as “entice” and “lure” is in a passive-aggressive sense. The violent hunter is pleased to see their victim slowly destroy themselves as they lead them to walk down destructive paths (6:14, 36:4). All the while the veiled guide portrays themselves as kind and helpful. Jesus called them wolves in sheep’s clothing. (Matthew 7:15)

I need to be alert for I have seen that these wolves hide everywhere including the Lord’s congregations. I also need to check my actions. Do I at times become a wolf. Do I lure people to do things that are good for me, but harmful to them? I need to remember the Lord’s warning. “He who leads the upright along an evil path will fall into his own trap, but the blameless will receive a good inheritance.” (Proverbs 28:10)