10 things Jews don’t know about Christianity

10 things Jews don't know about Christianity
10 things Jews don’t know about Christianity


10 things Jews don’t know about Christianity has to do with those things that are Biblical which the jews don’t know about Christianity .A  Christian is a person who has put faith and trust in the person and work of Jesus Christ, including His death on the cross as payment for sins and His resurrection on the third day. John 1:12 tells us, “Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God.” The mark of a true Christian is love for others and obedience to God’s Word (1 John 2:4, 10). A Christian is indeed a child of God, a part of God’s true family, and one who has been given new life in Jesus Christ.

 God why do you love so much?



Here are 10 things Jews don’t know about Christianity

1. Gossiping : This is one of the biblical ill attitudes which  Christianity is never prone to.Gossiping doesn’t feel like time well spent Christianity.

There’s not much point to it, and most of the time, all you’re really doing is talking bad about someone else who can’t defend themselves.

 Christianity prefers to be compassionate rather than being judgemental.

Rather than gossiping about people behind their backs, Christianity focus on working towards the goals that they’ve set for themselves.

 Christianity realizes that another person’s private life is none of their business.


10 things Jews don't know about Christianity
10 things Jews don’t know about Christianity

2. Impressing others
Christianity don’t tend to be the type to play status games, seeing who’s better than others.

They don’t walk around, showing off how smart and sophisticated they are.

Christianity understand that the opinions of others are something that is completely out of our own control.

No matter what we say or how we say it, ultimately, it comes down to the person to decide what they think of us.

Since there’s nothing we can do about it, christians don’t waste their time stressing about it.


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3. Changing to fit a stereotype.
Validation isn’t something christians look for from other people.

One of the unique features of  Christianity is being able to give yourself full acceptance of your strengths, limits, achievements, and failures.

Christianity  fully embrace who they are.

They know and understand themselves deeply enough that they are free from the need to follow trends or adhere to stereotypes.

Christianity often don’t follow trends because they set them.

They have a tendency to dictate the stereotype instead of simply following it.

But take note that this happens with minimal to no effort because they don’t really care about their popularity and influence.


4. Try to be like everyone else
Trying to fit in and be like everyone else is a recipe for living an inauthentic life.

One important trait of Christianity is the ability to be real and authentic to themselves.

If that means being different from everyone, then so be it.

 Christianity would rather stay true to themselves and express themselves for who they are than stick to a pre-written script that sounds the same as everyone else.

This also means that  Christianity understands who they are.

There’s no hiding because they know their strengths, weaknesses, and everything in between.

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5. Indulging themselves in unhealthy habits.
Behavior is the ultimate determinant of being classy.

Although some  christians  do drink, they don’t get overly drunk to the point of losing their poise.

Christianity often want to be on their best behavior to avoid making decisions that they would regret later on.

Being a Christian is about not overindulging in unhealthy choices in life.

Additionally, when I say unhealthy habits, these include toxic relationships.

Christianity don’t tolerate abuse and they know how to set boundaries.

This applies to romantic relationships, work, and friendships.

6. Talk more than listen
Some jews love talking because they’re trying to prove themselves to the people around them.

But the truth is, the more confident Christianity  is the less likely they feel like they have to prove themselves.

Christianity don’t try to dominate the conversation or steer the conversation in a particular direction, because they’re comfortable going with the flow.

They value listening to other people because they see it as an opportunity to learn.

7. Manipulating people.
Christianity don’t go around playing games just to get what they want.

When they accidentally gaslight, manipulate or become a little more controlling,  Christianity  are the first to apologize.

Manipulating people wastes time and shows a lack of respect for the other person.

When other people want something, they might subtly manipulate others to give it to them.

If they need help, they might guilt-trip people, saying that everyone else might have been willing to help.

But if a Christian wants something, they try to make it as clear as possible.

They know that being clear lessens confusion as well as builds trust with others.

8. Bragging about their achievements
Whether it’s talking to people or posting on social media, Christianity don’t brag about their achievements.

When I say achievements, it also includes luxury purchases and expenses.

Christianity prefer posting about their “progress” instead of achievements, to inspire other people.

They don’t feel the need to show off their material possessions because they’re not trying to impress anyone. They’re already comfortable and secure with themselves.

9. Dominating conversations.
Christianity will simply roll their eyes at individuals whose main topic seems to be all about themselves or what interests them.

This isn’t because they are bored but just that  christians  know for a fact that talking about oneself a little too much disrupts the quality of a conversation.

It’s not just the “me, myself, and I” topic that’s wasting a potentially great interaction.

 Christianity listens deeply, leans in to show they’re interested in the conversation, and makes eye contact to reassure the person that they’re listening.

Only once the person is finished talking do they respond with their own opinions.

Christianity also aren’t the type to have their phone in their hand or on the table while talking to someone.

They don’t look around past the person they’re talking to.

When a Christian is talking to someone, they give that person their full attention; it’s as if the person they’re talking to is the most important person in the world.

10. Dwelling on things that are beyond their control.
Christianity understand that they are merely humans.

They acknowledge that they are prone to mistakes, and sometimes giving their very best isn’t a guarantee that they will meet their goals.

Some things are merely out of one’s control and that’s okay.

Opportunities are limitless if you use your time wisely always to be productive and look for them in the right places.

Being a Christian helps one to maintain a good relationship with God and humanity.


God why do you love so much

Christianity is mostly about how you deal with things in life, both the good ones and the bad ones. So being a Christian is knowing  Jesus, and  how to handle both success and disappointments.