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What Do You Admire In A Christian

What attributes to you admire in a Christian?

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 ---Mike on 5/22/06
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Mike, the more a Christian is able to live out love as described in First Corinthians 13, the more I admire them. My wife is my best example. Blessings to you!
---John1944 on 11/15/07

I believe Christ gives a Christian a clear understanding of themselves in Him and I in turn admire this in the Christian. Sometimes a Christian can see on the countenance of another person's face that that person is a Christian.
---mima on 11/15/07

The fruit of the Spirit: Love, peace, joy, gentleness, kindness, patience, self-control, etc.,
---Donna9759 on 3/20/07

Humility, love, compasion, wisdom, knowledge, Grace and gentleness, because I would love to be known to have these, most people seem to think I'm harsh, so I am praying for this nature always.
---Carla5754 on 5/22/06

anon, my point is admiring people is dangerous for many people it leads to ungodly thought and covitness.if you are a christian beware of pride.I admire god only. I respect godly people and admire them for their godly deeds. think of the apoatles and paul, the bible mentions no admiration. jesus says of paul that he will suffer much for him. if I admire anything it,s christians whom suffer and still walk the walk and talk the talk.
---tom on 5/22/06

I love to meet Christians who are humble, and genuine in their relationships. Gentleness and boldness also.
---Madison1101 on 5/22/06

i agree with tom.. but i think maybe admire is just a wrong word. What qualities are great to see in a christian? and then i agree with donna and rickey :)
---anon on 5/22/06

admiration belongs to our lord.humility is our main attribute it works best to keep our egos in check.admiration can lead to pride,jealously ,covitessness. instead of admiring someone rejoice in their christian tendincies and praise god for their strength.
---tom on 5/22/06

Like the christians on this website show, love for other folks. I admire how folks on here are willing to admit when they are wrong & respect another person's comments/answers.
---Rickey on 5/22/06

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