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Are You Compromising Your Christian Values For the Sake of Friends?

Ladies, friends are an important part of school life. In some cases, we take our close friends with us throughout our lives.

But what if your friends don’t share your Christian values? In fact, what if they reject them? Would you set those beliefs aside or compromise them in order to please or appease your bffs?

Girls, your friends are important, but they should never stop you from loving God, following Him, praising Him and glorifying His name. If they do try to hinder your efforts to follow Christ, then you should ask yourself whether they’re really your friends!

Are You Compromising Your Christian Values For the Sake of Friends?

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  1. Paris

    Posted by Paris on November 27, 2012 at 03:18

    God won’t bail out on us like a lot of friends will! God is ALWAYS first in my life!!!!! 🙂

  2. Nellie

    Posted by Nellie on November 26, 2012 at 19:56

    I never compromise my beliefs for my friends. So far i have managed to stay friendly with just about anyone i meet, so as long as we all get along i dont have a problem with it. I do pray for those who seem lost or reject God in any way. Some of my friends i have kept at a distance, but kept them all the same because even though they are very far from Christ i still want to pray and maybe be an influence on them through my actions and spirit! I never would compromise anything to please them still, however. 😀

  3. Project Inspired

    Posted by haley_nicole_4_Christ on November 26, 2012 at 17:48

    My friend has mentioned once that she was never baptized or has ever really been to church. So, basically I just continue with my friendship and don’t really mention my beliefs around her. I have other friends for that. I don’t feel sad around her. It’s not like Mar is a bad person. 🙂 She just doesn’t really want to go to a church. I don’t even mention it around her, honestly. <3

  4. Project Inspired

    Posted by MELusher97 on November 26, 2012 at 09:04

    I have several Christian friends whose beliefs are different from mine on certain issues. In that case, I just don’t talk about it with them too much. But if I had a friend who rejected Christianity (which I think I might; they haven’t come out and said it directly), then I would just pray for them and try to open up spiritual conversation with them. I wouldn’t compromise any of my beliefs right now for anything. 🙂

  5. cupcake99

    Posted by cupcake99 on November 25, 2012 at 12:56

    if i have a freind who’s not christian i stay friends with them hoping my actions and behavior will draw them to christ

    • Kyla

      Posted by Kyla on November 25, 2012 at 17:17

      That’s awesome! Just make sure they don’t drag you down. Stay strong and inspire them! 🙂

  6. Anastasia_157

    Posted by Anastasia_157 on November 25, 2012 at 12:30

    There are never enough poll answers to these types of things! None of those answers cover how I deal with friends that don’t share my religious views!
    With friends they always know that I’m a Christian. People that don’t respect that don’t have to be friends with me, and I can respect friends that don’t share my views. As long as everyone is nice to each other there isn’t really a problem. I don’t believe that’s compromising my values.