The person who trusts in his own heart—he is a fool;
but the one who walks in wisdom—he will be delivered. Bible see other translations

“He who trusts in his own heart—he is a fool.” This verse shows the need for each person to have trusted advisors who will reprove and correct him. Jeremiah 17:9 (ESV) warns us: “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?” We cannot always trust our judgment, so we surround ourselves with trusted advisors and loved ones, who can give us advice and counsel. Surely it is true that there is safety in a multitude of counselors (Prov. 11:14).

Commentary for: Proverbs 28:26