How Did People Treat You When You Became a Christian?

How Did People Treat You When You Became a Christian?

How Did People Treat You When You Became a Christian?

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What should we expect from our friends and family members when we tell them we are now Jesus followers? What did J. Warner experience as he changed his mind about Jesus and started to follow Him as Lord and Savior? Students from the King’s Academy discuss the issue with J. Warner on the King’s Academy YouTube Channel.


8 thoughts on “How Did People Treat You When You Became a Christian?

  1. Yaqqov

    Even though a lot of them knew I believed in Jesus before but wasn’t saved there was all of a sudden this subtle hate

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  2. DocBravo

    I thought more would be happy given I was going and had volunteered for the church's food bank. No….
    Some small talk from family but most don't ask for an update.
    I keep few friends and one of them we don't talk religion. As long as I've known him when we did, I pointed out the wrong, too often parroted verses and nonsense that so many accept with out checking if it's true or not. Slavery and killing gays are the most common.
    I learned that most church leaders/pastors are not as "Christians" as they should be. They hide behind that label and show it outwardly but their true nature bleeds through it.
    Stairway to Heaven and Highway to Hell is 100% truth about the traffic flow.

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  3. Tim Archer

    It was my own family that i had difficulty with when i became a Christian . Now its questionable people in the Church mocking me ive been called a Sheep Stealer, Robber and Thief by a former Pastor before a bible study group.Another whom i was the person who prayed in agreement for him to become Christian declared me a Destroyer.Another who calls himself a former Rock Star and pastor tells me that i am not good enough for the Church along with one or two other issues which included boasts of his adultery.
    Another Vicar said there where between 5 and 6 people in his Church who didnt want me in any Church at any cost .Funny all these are envovled in freemasonary which to me is witchcraft.They are also envovled in something collectivly which isnt Christian in any form. Rejoice and be glad for a great reward awaits you in Heaven is what Jesus Christ said when these things happen.The Vicar i told those 5 or 6 just put medals on my armour.Funny how some Churches are watering down the faith to accomodate who ever.
    How can you have None Belivers in office in a Church?I believe that Jesus Christ came to Earth as man although God died upon the Cross and rose three days later for any one who believes in HIM .Call up his name Jesus Christ and be saved.Praise Jesus Christ the Son of God.

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  4. billy

    A Christian=under construction. Don't look at me but look at Jesus.

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  5. J C

    When I told my drama class, they clapped.

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  6. TG McCoy

    Been a Christian most of my life, got a degree in Biology (bachelor) Where I grew up being a Christian was no big deal except to the Mormons who spent most of our conversation trying to convert me. To no avail. My late wife, fell into the new age, with patience and love plus her family, pulled her out. She lost a lot of friends when she did that.

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  7. Jake Seward

    I was raised as a Mormon so when I found the true gospel of Jesus Christ and became a true Christian my friends and family who are all still in the Mormon church started treating me very differently. I know the Bible and the teachings of Jesus much better now than I ever did as a Mormon and yet they think that I have been deceived by Satan and that I've fallen away from the truth. The hardest part is that my wife is still a believer of Mormonism and it has been very difficult to share the truth with her without causing a major argument. I share as often as I can and things are improving to the point where we can actually have a conversation now which gives me hope for the future. I know God is the only one that can truly open her eyes to the truth and I am doing my best to put my trust in Him and His timing.

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply
  8. Genebra Lancelote

    "So therefore, any one of you who does not renounce all that he has cannot be my disciple." (Luke 14:33).

    April 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm Reply

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