Analyze from the qualitative research design in the form of interviews and questionnaire shows an urgent need for ministry leaders to be proactive in teaching and preaching on the subject of Compromising Gods Word.

ABSTRACT
When we speak of compromise, we usually think in terms of making concessions or accommodations for someone who does not agree with a certain set of standards or rules. The Consequences of Compromise Christianity is an Interactive Instructional Guide designed to address issues of compromise, so participants are knowledgeable and prepared to handle compromising situations Biblically, whenever and wherever they occur. The deceptive power of compromise is among the greatest threats to any Christian. Satans deadliest attacks are usually subtle and obscure. Concessions begin in small, insignificant ways; therefore, from our vantage point, it is easy for us to underestimate their potential for damage. Analyze from the qualitative research design in the form of interviews and questionnaire shows an urgent need for ministry leaders to be proactive in teaching and preaching on the subject of Compromising Gods Word. Sadly, many Christians do not view compromise Christianity as a huge act of disobedience and rationalize it as a minor slip in thinking or behavior towards God. Everyone needs this skill, for example, in marriage and in other relationships in which keeping the peace is more desirable than getting ones own way. Concerning matters that God has clearly addressed, we do not negotiate, bargain, or compromise His Word. However, not all compromise is bad. There are times when compromise is good and right. Part 1 focuses on understanding compromise as illustrated in Old Testament time and part two addresses facing the future without compromise. Even though this Interactive Instructional Guide does not claim to resolve or alleviate compromises from life complexities, it does motivate us to think and behave differently in response to compromising situations we are certain to encounter.