Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everyone – Romans 12:17
clothes and actions should also be consistent for that of believers. Having a witness or chaperone is a wise safety precaution, so others can’t accuse you of something inappropriate.
In his epistles Paul frequently writes about appropriate Christian conduct often summarized as ‘the Fruit of the Spirit’ (Eph 5:15-20; Col
He also gave some guidelines for acceptable behaviour for Christian women (1 Tim 2:9,10). However, we all (men, women and children) who profess to be His children should "live a life worthy of the Lord and may please Him in everyway (Col 1:10). So as not to bring disrepute to the name of Christ we should ask ourselves, 'is this consistent with the Bibles teaching?' We should act in a proper or correct manner so the ungodly can’t accuse us of wrong (Dan 6:4; Tit 2:7,8; 1 Pet 3:16). God is to be first in our lives and a wholesome respect, consideration and love for others is the next priority (Mk 12:30,31).
As believers our lives should reflect modesty and above all obedience, for Jesus said our love for Him is confirmed by our obeying what He says (Jn 14:15).