The best answer can be found in 1 Corth. 10:1-33
here is a devotion I wrote from the chapter
LIVING THE LIFE IN FRONT OF OTHERS
Even as I try to please everybody in every way. For I am not seeking my own good but the good of many, so that they may be saved. 1 Corth. 10:33
One of the difficulties of following God’s word is that sometimes some of our brethren criticize us for doing this or that. We have heard, “A Christian wouldn’t do that, say that, go there”? Those folks make you think breathing is wrong.
Chapter 10 of 1 Corinthians covers a lot of things concerning how a person is to behave in the company of Gentiles and Jews. The directions are pretty clear; “don’t participate” if whatever others are doing is done with any religious recognition of false gods or idolatry. If there is no mention of false gods or idols, “enjoy and be friends”.
What we read could be paraphrased: Be all things to all people and befriend all that you might influence them for Jesus. But, do not participate in any religious activity that does not honor God and lift of Jesus.
Jesus prayed, “not to take them out of the world but keep them from the evil one”. We are in the world but not of the world for we have been born again and have a new nature. Yes, many things are lawful but we must remember that others are watching. Hear again the verse: “I am not seeking my own good but the good of the many so that they may be saved.”
It is said that wisdom comes with age and experience. Going back to childhood – be careful little feet where you go, be careful little ears what you hear. The older we get IN CHRIST the more wisdom we gain on how to live in this world and be a positive influence on others for Christ.
Let us not grow weary in well doing nor live fearfully of making a mistake. God can, does and will use you for His glory even when we don’t understand the “how”. Remember – when in doubt – Pray. God will lead the way and equip you for every eventuality.