You have chicks around you that are dropping seeds of doubt in your head? You get around that girl—and you find that you complain, gossip and feel heavy after leaving her presence. At some point, we have to learn to God concerning these temporary things.Are your “unequally yoked” friendships pushing you away from God? Back to the story—God told Abraham to get away from His family because his family worshiped idols. God needed Abraham to GET away from those people that were framing his thinking. Eternity is knocking at your door and you don’t want to stand before God and say “I didn’t obey you because I was too busy & distracted trying to keep a man that you never told me to keep.” I know I will get this question—“What if you’re married?If you have a friend who you are watching go downhill in a certain area—talk to them in a loving way about this.But check and pull your emotions together before you speak to them.It’s vital for your walk as a Christian to make sure that you’re surrounding yourself with believers and Christians that live for Christ. Don’t you REALIZE that there’s a reason that God doesn’t want you to associate with people that aren’t going in the direction that you’re going in? So, when God tells you to “go”—what excuse do you give?God told Abraham in Genesis to LEAVE his family and go to a place where God would show him. You don’t want to leave your boyfriend that keeps sleeping with you? Your life is much greater than having a billion friends and a ring on your left ring hand finger.
You win your husband over to Christ by your quiet & gentle spirit (1 Peter 3:4). I've won my husband over in certain areas concerning areas in our marriage.I've watched God change my husbands heart because I learned to accept him-- ISSUES and all.I knew that I couldn't change his issues but CHRIST could if I moved out of the way and LET Him.I think it’s important to address this area because unequally yoked relationships are hindering our walk with God in regards to our friendships, courting, and especially in your dating relationships.Then, you look up and you’re married to this person that you’re completely unyoked with but because you were so focused on leaving the title of being “single” behind—you ignored ALL of the warning signs and married this fool who “said” he was a Christian. Yes, you can be unequally yoked with someone at your church or another Christian. At times, there's a fork in the road of your relationships where maybe your friend stops pursing God as you continue to pursue Him.