Our God knows that believers in Jesus Christ can become very content in focusing on their own personal Christian life and happiness in Christ. This syndrome may be caused by the believer thinking their own relationship to God is private between themselves and Jesus. Another symptom is that to involve other people in their faith may interfere with their emotional satisfaction with knowing Christ. This “Jesus and me” syndrome is demonstrated in behaviors that avoid contact with other people. For example, this spiritual condition results in leaving worship service as immediately as they are able; not being willing to participate in prayer chains or prayer meetings; not attending congregational meetings; and avoiding small groups such as care groups.