A true believer maintains his or her faith regardless of what might happen. True believers have a lasting faith, one that does not tarnish over time. The true believer demonstrates the firmness of his or her faithfulness by acting in accordance with the teachings of a particular Faith. The true believer seeks to emulate virtuous behavior.
True believers do not want others to question their faithfulness. They expect their words and actions to prove the wisdom of the teachings within their Faith. Those people who believe in the Christian teachings will reflect by their actions Christian doctrines regarding honesty, friendship and love for mankind.
All those who might interact with a true believer do not spend time worrying about whether or not that individual might change his or her thinking. True believers hold steadfastly to what they believe. Because people can know where true believers stand on any issue, such believers are normally trusted by those in authority.
Government authorities do not hold-back from making agreements with true believers. Government authorities trust the promises made by any true believer. For example, government authorities know that Christian believers count on God to help them follow-through with an agreement. Authorities respect the strong faith of a Christian who has been tested by God.
Such an individual is sure to have strong, unwavering convictions. At the same time, such an individual will not hesitate to re-consider his or her beliefs. Such an individual will seek answers to any vexing question. Such an individual will constantly seek to find the most God-fearing way to deal with each problem. Fear of God can sometimes cause such an individual to admit to having misinterpreted one of God’s teachings at some point.
Believers in God’s teachings rely on their faithfulness to motivate them while carrying-out a responsibility. Backed by such motivation, believers in God’s teachings seek to attain excellence and precision in whatever they do. If something must be completed within a certain time frame, true believers will work to get it done in that designated interval of time.
Tue believers tend to have an ever-widening circle of friends. That’s because a true believer does not forsake an old friend in order to form a new friendship. If a new friend starts to back-bite about the old and trusted friend of a true believer, then that believer demonstrates his or her loyalty to the old friend.
Believers do not forsake their family members in order to show support for their beliefs. Instead their loyalty extends to all family members, even those who might not share the believers’ strong-willed and life-directing faith.