Christian Lady marrying a muslim Guy,is it advisable please? (Page 10)

Date: 06-12-2012 3:51 pm (9 years ago) | Author: Omolara Ayoade
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- dickman2 at 9-12-2012 06:21 AM (9 years ago)
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- moniconyez at 9-12-2012 11:47 AM (9 years ago)
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- cellemma at 9-12-2012 12:15 PM (9 years ago)
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U'RE AN IDIOT TO ASKED THAT STUPID QUESTION.BEACUSE OF MONEY GREEDY WOMAN,MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE
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- cellemma at 9-12-2012 12:18 PM (9 years ago)
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HAS CHRISTAIN GUY'S FINISHED? U'RE JUST A MERE CHRISTIAN
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- cellemma at 9-12-2012 12:19 PM (9 years ago)
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HAS CHRISTAIN GUY'S FINISHED? U'RE JUST A MERE CHRISTIAN
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- adamuajibril at 9-12-2012 01:17 PM (9 years ago)
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Jesus Christ!I can't blive u re asking dis kind of silly question....a Christian getting married 2 a Muslim is Like signing his/her death certificate cos dey don value life,they re wicked&heartless.....RUN 4 ur life o!!!!!

Pls this ur comment is too harsh, can u pls change ur mind over this unbecoming statement?
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- nduka123 at 9-12-2012 06:25 PM (9 years ago)
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this is a silly question,this is not news, if na boko ha marry.
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- dave4milan at 9-12-2012 08:40 PM (9 years ago)
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2 Corinthians 4:16 is the answer
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- dickman2 at 10-12-2012 12:13 AM (9 years ago)
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- dickman2 at 10-12-2012 07:53 AM (9 years ago)
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- moniconyez at 10-12-2012 07:56 AM (9 years ago)
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- eedoewoo at 11-12-2012 08:39 AM (9 years ago)
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I have read every comments of every persons from beggining to the end. hmm some advices are based on heart(emotions), some based on bias(religion differences) and some based on head(experiences). the very wrong of all is d one by heart(emotions) which sophiebaby happened to be d head of dis category.
to my lady concerned, here is my advice:
marriage is not just a union but more than union. it is not a game dat u can play. it is a live-long relationship. it is an institution dat is established by God. Selecting a life partner is very crucial and paramount. now going to d main business which is marrying some who does not share the same religion with u. u need to ask urself some questions like, what is his religion beliefs? are they conflicting with my religion beliefs? what is d religion perception or practices about/of marriage? what will be d effect of religion differences on our future and unborn children? my dear concerned lady, ur life partner determine ur home, ur future children and most importantly ur final destination( Dr D.K Olukoya, g.o mfm). now I shall be biased dis time cos it a must do for me and wat I will be saying is nothing but d truth. some personalities like sophiebaby advised based on "EMOTIONAL FEELINGS". but do they knw dat L. O. V. E.  does not exist in Islam dictionary? I advise all of d Christians to try to get access to d their book. u will see how they feel for people who do not practice their religion. a guy or a girl talked of if d guy is a devoted Muslim and d girl a devoted Christian dat d marriage will be peaceful and longlasting. That is one of the GREATEST LIES ever told!. infact it is fallacy of incompatibility!
a devoted Muslim will never think of marrying a Christian girl at d first place. to me d bokoharams, al-qeadas among others are d devoted Muslims based on d doctrines of their book.my concerned lady, can u cope with polygamous family cos it may happen along d line of ur matrimony since it is part of their marriage practices? I could remember when I was having a chat wit a Muslim northerner girl, disguising myself as Muslim, on 2go, the girl told me dat she hated how Muslim men treat their wives most especially d polygamous nature of Muslim marriage. then I told her dat but dis was d teaching of prophet Mohammed(SAW), she replied" a lady like can not tolerate polygamous family or marriage, dats why I luv d Christians they stick to one wife and treat their wives as treasure", she continued, "if not for d fear of being killed or neglected or being d black sheep of d family Christian guy will be my life partner"  sophiebaby said she read a book bla bla bla my question is, who wrote d book? what religion does d person belong to? is d book scripturally backed up? put dis into considerations before recommending it or justifying it. my concerned lady, A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR D WISE.
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- Abusiddiq at 11-12-2012 09:05 AM (9 years ago)
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- sesgylove at 11-12-2012 09:54 AM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: eedoewoo on 11-12-2012 08:39 AM
I have read every comments of every persons from beggining to the end. hmm some advices are based on heart(emotions), some based on bias(religion differences) and some based on head(experiences). the very wrong of all is d one by heart(emotions) which sophiebaby happened to be d head of dis category.
to my lady concerned, here is my advice:
marriage is not just a union but more than union. it is not a game dat u can play. it is a live-long relationship. it is an institution dat is established by God. Selecting a life partner is very crucial and paramount. now going to d main business which is marrying some who does not share the same religion with u. u need to ask urself some questions like, what is his religion beliefs? are they conflicting with my religion beliefs? what is d religion perception or practices about/of marriage? what will be d effect of religion differences on our future and unborn children? my dear concerned lady, ur life partner determine ur home, ur future children and most importantly ur final destination( Dr D.K Olukoya, g.o mfm). now I shall be biased dis time cos it a must do for me and wat I will be saying is nothing but d truth. some personalities like sophiebaby advised based on "EMOTIONAL FEELINGS". but do they knw dat L. O. V. E.  does not exist in Islam dictionary? I advise all of d Christians to try to get access to d their book. u will see how they feel for people who do not practice their religion. a guy or a girl talked of if d guy is a devoted Muslim and d girl a devoted Christian dat d marriage will be peaceful and longlasting. That is one of the GREATEST LIES ever told!. infact it is fallacy of incompatibility!
a devoted Muslim will never think of marrying a Christian girl at d first place. to me d bokoharams, al-qeadas among others are d devoted Muslims based on d doctrines of their book.my concerned lady, can u cope with polygamous family cos it may happen along d line of ur matrimony since it is part of their marriage practices? I could remember when I was having a chat wit a Muslim northerner girl, disguising myself as Muslim, on 2go, the girl told me dat she hated how Muslim men treat their wives most especially d polygamous nature of Muslim marriage. then I told her dat but dis was d teaching of prophet Mohammed(SAW), she replied" a lady like can not tolerate polygamous family or marriage, dats why I luv d Christians they stick to one wife and treat their wives as treasure", she continued, "if not for d fear of being killed or neglected or being d black sheep of d family Christian guy will be my life partner"  sophiebaby said she read a book bla bla bla my question is, who wrote d book? what religion does d person belong to? is d book scripturally backed up? put dis into considerations before recommending it or justifying it. my concerned lady, A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR D WISE.



thanks
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- sophiebaby at 11-12-2012 10:07 AM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: eedoewoo on 11-12-2012 08:39 AM
I have read every comments of every persons from beggining to the end. hmm some advices are based on heart(emotions), some based on bias(religion differences) and some based on head(experiences). the very wrong of all is d one by heart(emotions) which sophiebaby happened to be d head of dis category.
to my lady concerned, here is my advice:
marriage is not just a union but more than union. it is not a game dat u can play. it is a live-long relationship. it is an institution dat is established by God. Selecting a life partner is very crucial and paramount. now going to d main business which is marrying some who does not share the same religion with u. u need to ask urself some questions like, what is his religion beliefs? are they conflicting with my religion beliefs? what is d religion perception or practices about/of marriage? what will be d effect of religion differences on our future and unborn children? my dear concerned lady, ur life partner determine ur home, ur future children and most importantly ur final destination( Dr D.K Olukoya, g.o mfm). now I shall be biased dis time cos it a must do for me and wat I will be saying is nothing but d truth. some personalities like sophiebaby advised based on "EMOTIONAL FEELINGS". but do they knw dat L. O. V. E.  does not exist in Islam dictionary? I advise all of d Christians to try to get access to d their book. u will see how they feel for people who do not practice their religion. a guy or a girl talked of if d guy is a devoted Muslim and d girl a devoted Christian dat d marriage will be peaceful and longlasting. That is one of the GREATEST LIES ever told!. infact it is fallacy of incompatibility!
a devoted Muslim will never think of marrying a Christian girl at d first place. to me d bokoharams, al-qeadas among others are d devoted Muslims based on d doctrines of their book.my concerned lady, can u cope with polygamous family cos it may happen along d line of ur matrimony since it is part of their marriage practices? I could remember when I was having a chat wit a Muslim northerner girl, disguising myself as Muslim, on 2go, the girl told me dat she hated how Muslim men treat their wives most especially d polygamous nature of Muslim marriage. then I told her dat but dis was d teaching of prophet Mohammed(SAW), she replied" a lady like can not tolerate polygamous family or marriage, dats why I luv d Christians they stick to one wife and treat their wives as treasure", she continued, "if not for d fear of being killed or neglected or being d black sheep of d family Christian guy will be my life partner"  sophiebaby said she read a book bla bla bla my question is, who wrote d book? what religion does d person belong to? is d book scripturally backed up? put dis into considerations before recommending it or justifying it. my concerned lady, A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR D WISE.

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- arsenal123 at 11-12-2012 01:30 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: eedoewoo on 11-12-2012 08:39 AM
I have read every comments of every persons from beggining to the end. hmm some advices are based on heart(emotions), some based on bias(religion differences) and some based on head(experiences). the very wrong of all is d one by heart(emotions) which sophiebaby happened to be d head of dis category.
to my lady concerned, here is my advice:
marriage is not just a union but more than union. it is not a game dat u can play. it is a live-long relationship. it is an institution dat is established by God. Selecting a life partner is very crucial and paramount. now going to d main business which is marrying some who does not share the same religion with u. u need to ask urself some questions like, what is his religion beliefs? are they conflicting with my religion beliefs? what is d religion perception or practices about/of marriage? what will be d effect of religion differences on our future and unborn children? my dear concerned lady, ur life partner determine ur home, ur future children and most importantly ur final destination( Dr D.K Olukoya, g.o mfm). now I shall be biased dis time cos it a must do for me and wat I will be saying is nothing but d truth. some personalities like sophiebaby advised based on "EMOTIONAL FEELINGS". but do they knw dat L. O. V. E.  does not exist in Islam dictionary? I advise all of d Christians to try to get access to d their book. u will see how they feel for people who do not practice their religion. a guy or a girl talked of if d guy is a devoted Muslim and d girl a devoted Christian dat d marriage will be peaceful and longlasting. That is one of the GREATEST LIES ever told!. infact it is fallacy of incompatibility!
a devoted Muslim will never think of marrying a Christian girl at d first place. to me d bokoharams, al-qeadas among others are d devoted Muslims based on d doctrines of their book.my concerned lady, can u cope with polygamous family cos it may happen along d line of ur matrimony since it is part of their marriage practices? I could remember when I was having a chat wit a Muslim northerner girl, disguising myself as Muslim, on 2go, the girl told me dat she hated how Muslim men treat their wives most especially d polygamous nature of Muslim marriage. then I told her dat but dis was d teaching of prophet Mohammed(SAW), she replied" a lady like can not tolerate polygamous family or marriage, dats why I luv d Christians they stick to one wife and treat their wives as treasure", she continued, "if not for d fear of being killed or neglected or being d black sheep of d family Christian guy will be my life partner"  sophiebaby said she read a book bla bla bla my question is, who wrote d book? what religion does d person belong to? is d book scripturally backed up? put dis into considerations before recommending it or justifying it. my concerned lady, A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR D WISE.

WELL DONE..
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- arsenal123 at 11-12-2012 01:40 PM (9 years ago)
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- HOPEA23 at 11-12-2012 02:57 PM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: eedoewoo on 11-12-2012 08:39 AM
I have read every comments of every persons from beggining to the end. hmm some advices are based on heart(emotions), some based on bias(religion differences) and some based on head(experiences). the very wrong of all is d one by heart(emotions) which sophiebaby happened to be d head of dis category.
to my lady concerned, here is my advice:
marriage is not just a union but more than union. it is not a game dat u can play. it is a live-long relationship. it is an institution dat is established by God. Selecting a life partner is very crucial and paramount. now going to d main business which is marrying some who does not share the same religion with u. u need to ask urself some questions like, what is his religion beliefs? are they conflicting with my religion beliefs? what is d religion perception or practices about/of marriage? what will be d effect of religion differences on our future and unborn children? my dear concerned lady, ur life partner determine ur home, ur future children and most importantly ur final destination( Dr D.K Olukoya, g.o mfm). now I shall be biased dis time cos it a must do for me and wat I will be saying is nothing but d truth. some personalities like sophiebaby advised based on "EMOTIONAL FEELINGS". but do they knw dat L. O. V. E.  does not exist in Islam dictionary? I advise all of d Christians to try to get access to d their book. u will see how they feel for people who do not practice their religion. a guy or a girl talked of if d guy is a devoted Muslim and d girl a devoted Christian dat d marriage will be peaceful and longlasting. That is one of the GREATEST LIES ever told!. infact it is fallacy of incompatibility!
a devoted Muslim will never think of marrying a Christian girl at d first place. to me d bokoharams, al-qeadas among others are d devoted Muslims based on d doctrines of their book.my concerned lady, can u cope with polygamous family cos it may happen along d line of ur matrimony since it is part of their marriage practices? I could remember when I was having a chat wit a Muslim northerner girl, disguising myself as Muslim, on 2go, the girl told me dat she hated how Muslim men treat their wives most especially d polygamous nature of Muslim marriage. then I told her dat but dis was d teaching of prophet Mohammed(SAW), she replied" a lady like can not tolerate polygamous family or marriage, dats why I luv d Christians they stick to one wife and treat their wives as treasure", she continued, "if not for d fear of being killed or neglected or being d black sheep of d family Christian guy will be my life partner"  sophiebaby said she read a book bla bla bla my question is, who wrote d book? what religion does d person belong to? is d book scripturally backed up? put dis into considerations before recommending it or justifying it. my concerned lady, A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR D WISE.
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