When People Can Tell You Are A Christian
The beliefs of a Christian should not be separate from their daily life.
People who talk with a Christian should feel that she or he is interested in who they are and what they think.
How should the public feel about approaching a Christian? If you are a Christian, people should feel you are a person who is friendly to talk with. A person can say they believe in all the teachings of Jesus, but they do not live a Christian life if their kindness cannot even be seen by people who are trying to talk cordially with them. The beliefs of a Christian should not be separate from their daily life.
A Christian who shows disinterest in talking with someone because they are considered unpopular in certain circles is an example of a Christian who separates their beliefs from how they live. A Christian who lives a Christian life talks with people in a way that shows they are interested in the worth of every person. People who talk with a Christian should feel that she or he is interested in who they are and what they think.
People should feel that a Christian is someone they can turn to for help or friendship. A coworker should see a Christian colleague as someone they can go to for help in a jam. A student should see a Christian classmate as someone who they can always sit with in the lunchroom for a safe and enjoyable conversation. The beliefs of a Christian should be evident to people by the way they live, and this life should bring real contentment into the lives of both Christians and the people they come across in life.