Why is it so hard for Christians to publicly announce their faith and share the gospel with everyone they come across? If you truly believe Heaven and Hell are real destination and you hold the truth to save people from hell, why don't we spend every second of our lives trying to save others? The faith of Christians seems miniscule. Some Christians are afraid to go all-out and witness with every breath of their lungs because they don't want people to look at them differently or they don't want to lose friends. I believe Christians (most, not all) have the quietest and shyest faith of any religion. There are Muslims willing to kill themselves at any moment for their faith. There are Hindus that will wear certain clothes their whole lives that separates them from everyone else and they do so without shame. There are Jehovah Witnesses who go door to door every day trying to spread their beliefs. Jews will wear a cap on their head everywhere they go to show their religion. Amish will live an entirely different lifestyle to show and practice their faith. Now to Christians: they may wear a cross around their neck or have some Christian clothing but honestly, most "Christians" have no radical behavior for their beliefs. They may witness to some friends but you rarely see them walking around their neighborhood with a Bible in hand and speaking to every person they see about Christ. I know this does not apply to all Christians as some are out there risking their lives for their God but for the most part, Christians tend to be shy or even ashamed of their beliefs. If I knew nothing of any religion and got the see how each follower of each religion acted and how much they practiced their faith and how much they sacrificed for it, I'd say Christians have barely any faith at all compared to some. If we know we have the real, living God on our sides, why are we not the most radical, the most witnessing, the most faithful and the most dedicated?