Why it will not work.
Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? 2 Corinthians 6:14 New International Version
Can a lamb be friends with a komodo dragon?
Because the dragon will devour and destroy the lamb.
Neither can a Christian be friends or marriage partners with an unbeliever.
Their values are different from a Christians.
Just as a small infection with puss will destroy a life if left untreated so too will an unbeliever slowly destroy a Christian if the Christian insists on having fellowship with them. Look what happened to Samson when he married an unbelieving wife?
That does not mean you cannot be friendly with them.
How else can we guide the lost to Christ of we isolate ourselves from them? But use wisdom and prudence.
Prayer: Holy Spirit my guidance councilor please bless me with discretion on how to interact with unbelievers so that they may be guided to Jesus while at the same time protect me from their unbelieving ways. I ask this in the name of He who friendly with sinners Jesus Christ. Amen.
May you be blessed with Gods divine love, peace and joy.
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