Compromising has always been a common practice to all of us even before we became believers. It had become apart of the way we lived or was taught. There was never a question of whether we should practice compromising or not. It was considered necessary if you were going to negotiate in a situation or consider a deal with another person. It was the mutual thing to do. In this book we examine compromise for all its worth briefly. Regardless of the definition that you give it, there is a missing truth about it that we might be overlooking. Not a question of right or wrong for many of us but a cause and effect on our life. Compromising is not acceptable to people of faith even though we have good intentions. Because we are a people of faith we have only one example of how to handle situations based on our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And that’s with prayer and Christian principals. We have no room for including another standard only the righteousness of God. “God gave us a Covenant not a Compromise”.