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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Chronicles Of HOPE - 2



Marriage and other stories to inspire you....








HOPE ONE
LONG BUMPY MARITAL ROAD FINALLY CAME TO AN END.

Hello Stella Bae,
I know you said you didn't want to be called that,but permit me this
one time,I've learnt a lot on your blog,laughed,cried,gotten
angry,resonating with so many bv's,and for providing such a medium I
am eternally grateful to you.

I am a very regular bv,though I rarely comment,when I do I am anonymous.
After a lot of deliberation I decided to send you my chronicle of
hope.which might be a little different.

I met my husband 4 years ago,at a friends wedding. He looked at me and
said "you are my wife" I thought to myself look at this joker,he won
use another type of format, But he was persistent,9 months later we
were married.

The first year was anything but smooth,one month after we were married
I was snooping through his phone and I found pictures of my husband
half naked with another lady,broke my heart. And from there it was one
obstacle after another.

 I got pregnant,he kept late nights,and was just generally misbehaving.all the time he was acting up he wasn't treating me badly o,he would proclaim his love for me and the baby but still come home late,I would find used condom wrappers in his jacket I was so sad.but I prayed to God to fix whatever was broken in my husband.my self confidence took a big hit.

I put to bed a beautiful baby boy,and like magic my husband changed,attentive to me,and the baby,there was love and peace in my home once again.

A few months after,our finances took a turn for the worse.some investments we made and even borrowed some money to meet up. All came crashing down. We were suddenly in huge debt and no means of meeting up.we lost our house,our cars,even our furniture. I began a petty trade,to keep head above water. Again out of frustration my husband began to act out,keep late nights,became
secretive.this time I was ready,

I put my heart in my pocket,and put my nose to the grind. I built a business from scratch and went back to
school. I concentrated on my child. I prayed for him and advised him when I could, but I didn't loose sleep over any of his shenanigans. I kept my legs shut tight,and my head straight.

One evening my darling husband came home surprisingly early,dropped to
his knees and cried out his eyes,begging for my forgiveness.
I said a thank you to heaven, And wholeheartedly accepted him.

That was over a year ago Stella,and we haven't looked back since.
There are good days and there are bad days. But I believe in weathering the storm,nothing good comes easy,and marriage is extremely hard work.
As a woman your ability to go on your knees is your greatest weapon.
Your prayers are DHL to heaven.never ever hesitate to ask God.

Work on improving your value as a woman,even if you don't have a job.
Don't limit yourself.
I started a business with N10,000 I'm not yet there,but I'm growing a
strong brand by hard work and sheer determination.
Love yourself first,before you can give love,you must be able to know love.
Find it in yourself,find it in God,and nothing a man will do to you
will cause you pain.

Have a little money saved up. No matter how little. It builds up
confidence,even if you wont use it. Just knowing its there is a
security net.
we are slowly crawling out of our financial messes,and by the grace of God better things are in store for us.We are far from the perfect couple, we have our flaws ,I can be very stubborn and rude.
My mouth can push a man to insanity lol.
But I'm learning to tame my tongue.
I'm learning to accommodate and listen to my partner
I'm learning to love.
We are both learning ,everyday is a journey,and every obstacle is an
opportunity.

Knowing what I know now,would I have married this man? And a part of
Whitney Houston's song comes to my mind " if tomorrow is judgement
day,and I'm standing on the front line,and the Lord asks me what I did
with my life,I would say I spent it with you".



*Standing Ovation for you.I love your story.Whatever God has restored is permanent in Jesus name.


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HOPE TWO
MARRIAGE MADE IN HEAVEN


Kikelomo says
''I've been married for 7 years and I can confidently say my marriage is made in heaven. How do you describe a man who single handedly sponsored our wedding giving my mum and dad money to handle the part that was supposed to be handled by in laws? 

How do you describe a man who puts down his pay slip and pay every month and together we plan on how to spend and save the money? How do you describe a man who gave me his only car to be taking to work while he hitches rides to work? 

How do you describe a man who after he was promoted was given a brand new official car gave it to me to be cruising while he took over the rickety old car? How do you describe a man who after I pointed to a very tech and expensive Elba gas cooker as my dream gas cooker, the next time he got a bonus at the office I saw the cooker right there in my kitchen? 

How do you explain a man who after several other promotions decided to buy me the second most expensive saloon car in the Hyundai fleet as my birthday gift? How do you describe a man who all he ever talks about is how he will buy this for you and buy that for you, how do you describe a man who makes statements like,"I need to work harder to be able to build a house for you " .


how do you describe a man who leaves behind all his debit cards for you when he travels? How do you describe a man who sends you to London for holidays and then pays for you to stay in the most expensive hotel in central London?

How do you describe a man who will without hesitation drop his car keys for me when i say it's his own car I feel like driving that day? How do you describe a man who after ranting and shouting for a little mistake he made will just calmly calm me down and initiate a discussion that will end the misunderstanding with a hot passionate sex to seal it.. 


How do you describe a man who ensures that my mum is paid allowance every month without failure, a man who sponsored my little sister in school till she finished... Infact the love this man has for me is so much that when his people are around they treat me like an egg because they know their bro and son no dey use me play... 

We are blessed with 3 beautiful children and the older the marriage the sweeter it gets.. When we want to gist we gist and laff like best friends, when we want to gossip we gossip like 2 house wives, when we want to plan the life of our family and children we do it like 2 CEOs...when we want to make love you will think we just met. We disagree to agree, fight to make up and for the past 7 years no 3rd party has come to settle our disputes.. 

Marriage is amazing and refreshing, if you see me I'm so fresh and young looking you would think I wasn't married not to talk of having 3 children. no one should loose hope in the marriage institution its the best creation of God! 





I just kept reading and didnt want this to end.Kikelomo your Narrative made me fall in love with you totally.
To both Narratives,may God's hand continue to rest on your marriages and may your beautiful marriage stories get even better as you re-tell.




Please note that the Chronicles of hope is a narration of events that took a turn for the better.It doesnt matter what your story is,if it will motivate someone else,okease send it in


If you missed Chronicles of HOPE 1st edition,please read it HERE



213 comments:

  1. May God continue to bless your marriages(poster 1 and poster 2). Amin

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    1. Errrrrm narrative 2, your narrative seems a little exaggerated. All you seemed to talk about was the material things he gets for you. Ladies please if your hubby doesn't do all that it doesn't mean he loves you less. Those that paint a picture perfect home are going through some serious issues in their home.

      Narrative 1, your story reeks of truth, thats what I call a message of hope. Weather the storm no matter what (except DV). Love you and God keep you strong darling. Kisses

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    2. Mzanon stop hating. If God has blessed her n put a smile on her face n she has chosen to share, u have 2 options- either join her n thank God or STFU! Hating heifer

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    3. Lol@mzanon, I know it's had to fathom that there are marriages like P2's, but honey trust me there are. Realistic dosent mean ur husband must cheat on u or at some point in ur married lief u must be miserable. I applaud P1's strength but not everybody makes it thru that phase. P2 has not said dere are usually no problems, but that in the midst of all, her hubby puts her first.
      To the two posters, thank u so much for sharing. U giive single girls like us hope for a better future.

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    4. I agree with u @mzanon...P2 kept going on about material things..I'm happy for her tho..cos not every man who claims to love u will do all that.. My father doesn't do that for my mother..so I can understand where P2 is coming from..anyway may they both have successful marriages and no third party should put asunder

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    5. Poster 1,

      i'm almost moved to say ur narration isn't a chronicle of hope. Could feel my emotions and m'feminine instincts kicking in while reading ur story (esp ur hubby's escapades)...

      U are indeed strong! And just maybe* it answers the name chronicle of hope* better. Don't know if I can have that patience honestly. God bless ur home and instill his words into ur hubby's heart cos he sure does react to stress n downtimes negatively**.

      Nonetheless, I learnt a good one from ur story *power of a praying wife*...

      All d best*

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    6. Poster 2

      Oh wow!!!

      What an amazing narration from u! Almost seems too good to be true. Buh I know such sweet love sure exists and people in it keep it hush hush cos'f plenty bad pple.

      I am happy for u dear. May God continue to bless ur home...

      Ps: don't abandon ur *power of a praying wife too o*. Devil loves to strike when u are in ulalallalala... land

      All d best!

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    7. The good Lord bless our home....Marriage is sweet....we still have couples who enjoy their marriage ..if u ask them whom they wish to marry if they come back to this world again...they will choose their partners over and over again




      @Galore

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    8. @ poster 2 kikelomo. God bless your marriage !! Your story sounds like someone I know. Ur name is same name . Everything u said ........ Fits into who I'm thinking about ......
      Mr Oladipo is ur.........?

      Oh well . It may not be you.
      Stay blessed .

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    9. Bia Poster 2, do u have cryptonite in ur pussy? There's a catch jor! Whish kine Naija movie u dey act? The essence of the hope chronicle is to give hope ba? So there had to be an obstacle. Either u get him mumu button or something is amiss jor! Sheck that guy well o! I'm not hating o, just telling u the truth. As they say, If it's too good to be true, it probably is...

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    10. Koko you're as stupid as stupid gets. Did you see the way bibi made her point without insults? I wish I was hating on her tho because honestly im not. Life has taught me not to believe in someone elses fairy tale because behind the drapes might be pain. She should have thrown some light on the quarrels instead of acting like it's been perfect for 7years. People getting married might think its that perfect and start expecting more from their husbands. I can bet you some women will ask their husbands tonight why they don't bring their pay slip home.

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    11. So true I just did,munched it and showed hubby......lol

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    12. I think I understand MzAnon' point of view. What she's saying is that the chronicles of hope should also include the hurdles crossed and how it ended a sweet one. Not necessarily about sharing ONLY the good times. We all know it is impossible to have it all smooth as narrated by the 2nd poster. However, I'm glad that she has it good all the time.

      Even those who post in the narratives, as bad as their marriage is reported, they too would have had sweet memories at some point. Just that the bad overcame the good in their marriage. Unlike the chronicles of hope here, where we expect to read and learn more of the good part of their marriage.

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    13. Im sorry to be a kill joy but N2 ur definition of love is just too shallow and its pple like you that make nig girls pursue money bags up n down. I kept waiting for the part whers u wld say he listens to my problems, he supports my dreams, he makes me a better woman, hes emotionally there for me. All u wrote is he bought this, he bought that. Im sure ur marriage is great n im not hating on that. This is for the sake of the unmarried.

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    14. She's not saying there are no bad days...she simply put all her emotions into words the best way she knows and poured it all out...Kike...may your joy remain permanent till the end of time. May your lives never be cut short in its prime. Remember..even when everything is sweet and rosy..its also a trial of life. Always be close to God so your happiness will be sustained. God bless you hon'
      Poster 1...you're the definition of a strong woman and as typified by your story...'The shortest distance between a problem and it's solution is the distance between your knees and the floor'. God be with you hon' and may you be blessed in many more ways than you ever imagined...amen

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    15. She's not saying there are no bad days...she simply put all her emotions into words the best way she knows and poured it all out...Kike...may your joy remain permanent till the end of time. May your lives never be cut short in its prime. Remember..even when everything is sweet and rosy..its also a trial of life. Always be close to God so your happiness will be sustained. God bless you hon'
      Poster 1...you're the definition of a strong woman and as typified by your story...'The shortest distance between a problem and it's solution is the distance between your knees and the floor'. God be with you hon' and may you be blessed in many more ways than you ever imagined...amen

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  2. Awwww....
    People that are scared of marriage are booless hoooohaaaa....
    Marriage is sweet if you married the right man...

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    1. Yes,so true linda
      Sweet baby jesus bless me with poster two kinda of hubby,all dis traits I love love..God bless both posters

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    2. Linda u are right
      Ppl that are scared of marriage no get boo
      That "am scared of marriage" thingy is just a silly excuse
      To the posters,may God continue to bless ur marriage
      Marriage is sweet with the right partner

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    3. Ammie and Linda... una two na case..lolzzz

      @narrative one..May God continue to shine his light on your home dear...the peace of mind you have now has come to stay..amen

      @narrative two..marriage is sweet when with the right person I kept smiling especially where he always says I need to work harder for you..

      My hubby says"i need to work harder for you and my kids"..and that just makes my heart swell for him..enjoy nne,na God give you...*kisses to both of you*

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    4. I tink u r correct too linda. Marriage is too sweet with d right partner. I love my hubby scatter. He's been good to me all through. No regrets at all.

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    5. Yes o! Marriage is sweet when it is done right and in the Lord! God keep your homes.xoxo

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    6. Wrong...is just God.evrybody wit there diff stories.change is constant.experience has made me 2 believe so.cn life be so rosy like that@ d second post.i dnt envy anyones marriage.she shld tell us d rough side too.so we will prepare ourselves.anyway God gift adds no sorrow

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    7. Mary dear,I understand what you mean..
      I don't take what I have for granted,i barely even want to open up and talk about how good life is to me... but God knows I am forever thankful...I understand that sometimes we have it good,and then it becomes bad..but who wants hers or he's to go bad?? I am not pessimistic.

      I pray for God's light upon us daily.
      God will help us all

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    8. Queen of this blog who keeps talking like a kid. There are people who are really scared of marriage. Of course there's always a surrounding issue, maybe from a broken home perhaps or been in a relationship with a violent man, ever thought of that madam queen? Think before you speak-rule no1

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    1. now am thinking about settling down. so marriage sweet like this kikelomo?now is the time to be a man and do the needful...it is well

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  4. awwwwwww
    sobs sobs
    sniffles sniffles
    im inspired

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    1. i don't read the other chronicles cus, after reading it, i see relationship on diffrent angle.mostly negative side.....it is well

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  5. Can I tap into Kikelomo's story?

    God I pray for a happy,fulfilled marriage!
    I pray for a best friend!
    I pray for a brother,father , lover, all in one!
    I pray for an intelligent,smart,good looking man who will push me to my greatest heights!! Amen!!

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    1. My blog sweetheart,how are you???
      Amen so shall it be!!!

      I have been reading old posts,and I must commend you for standing up for what you believe in... never let anyone put you down....and don't defend your actions repeatedly if you are been stampeded on..

      Remember you came on this blog alone,no bv here is feeding you or paying you your airtime!
      Feel free to browse anywhere,anytime...

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    2. Wow! Poster 1 you are indeed a rare gem.
      You are a very strong woman.
      How were you able stand his cheating ass all those while? And even continued praying for him!
      I'm still in shock. So people like you really exist.
      Your tolerance threshold is amazing.
      You are an angel ma'am.
      You hubby is lucky to have you. I hope he knows that.
      I pray the Lord continues to strengthen your love, Amen.
      May he replace all you lost a million folds, Amen.
      God bless you dear. Kisses to your son.
      Thanks for sharing.
      #hugs

      Poster 2, Awwwwww.
      Your husband must have a heart of Gold. May God continue to bless, protect and guide him. Amen.
      He is indeed a wonderful man.
      #E hugs

      It's great reading positive marriage tales. Glad to know a lot of people are also enjoying marriage.
      Was beginning to think I'm among the 'lucky few' who don't have bad tales about our spouse and marriage. Glad to know we are very many.

      I hope the singles can now see that marriage is sweet.
      It's all about sacrifice, forgiveness, tolerance, understanding, patience, love and above all prayers.
      Once you as a wife or husband puts your spouse's happiness first, you'll have a great union.
      God bless us all.
      Waiting for more chronicles of hope.

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    3. I'm late,so i have to be perching to comment. If you marry your friend,nwanne you are in heaven.

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    4. Thank you Iphie.
      Thank you soo much!

      God bless you repeatedly!
      Much love!!

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    5. People saying kike is exaggerating don't know what it is to be happy.
      I'm happy, I know that feeling of excitement when he's coming back from work or the way we laugh when we are gisting.
      Not everyone can survive the storm poster one survived....

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    6. Spot on Mrs D. Not every one can survive what P1 survived o.
      Marriage takes a lot of hard work.

      Most importantly, for the singles pray for a friend Bcos if u two can live as friends, you know all that friends do which communication is key, u guys will never have it rough at all.

      Thank God for u DH. God will continue to hold us with love and understanding.

      A praying wife is the best gift any man can pray for in marriage!

      May God continue to bless ur marriages @ P1/P2.

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  6. Poster 2 just described my husband.
    GOD bless the day i met you boo, too generous and caring. Made me forget all the riffs that broke my heart in the past and all the owu. Lol!
    In fact he thanks GOD that none of them married me hehehehe!
    Marriage is sweet people, do not be discouraged by the negative stories. Yours will be the best...

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    1. Honestly, poster 2's hubby is just like my darling hubby. No difference. He puts d kids n I first, Infact I can't rem Veing any big issue with him cos we always agree. Ps, not all marriages ve negative sides stop asking kike to share d negative side she might not ve so as mua. Pray for dat kind of hubby and stop being jealous.

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  7. Stella reply my mails please ,I'm urgently in need of help. I have never pleaded for anything like this before. I missed your friday school fees post because I wasn't chanced, I was busy all day selling at my campus for the new arrivals in school.

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  8. Narrative no1, I love you already! Ur story sounds so real and I pray God uses u as a point of contact to reach other women that are in a bad situation u were once in.....Amen! Wish in u many more bliss in your marriage. ..Amen!

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    1. Don't I just love the two narratives...
      Awwww!!
      Awwww!!!
      Still Awwwwing!!!!
      *Someone pls stop me*
      Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww #Okbye#

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  9. Hope 1 is inspiring

    http://naijasportscrib.com/

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  10. StellaKork, I dey vex for you. You know what I'm talking about. Right?!


    Coming back for this post later jare.

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  11. God bless the two narratives, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. The ability to sail through trails, can only make u stronger in unity or break apart. We need more hope like this, mine didn't end as I wud have wanted it but I haven't given up because God has given up yet.

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  12. God bless the two narratives, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. The ability to sail through trails, can only make u stronger in unity or break apart. We need more hope like this, mine didn't end as I wud have wanted it but I haven't given up because God has given up yet.

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  13. Kike,may your marriage continue florish and glow.may God's grace continue to abide in your house hold in jesus name amen.today is my birthday bv just say a prayer for me thanks.

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    1. Happy birthday Joyce. May the Lord hear your prayers.

      Lovely marriage stories up there. May we all find peace in our homes IJN!

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    2. Happy birthday Joyce.
      May your light continually shine brighter and brighter

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    3. May God grant your heart desires.

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    4. Happy birthday Joyce may you get all your wonderful hearts desire

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    5. HBD Dearie. God bless your new age

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    6. Happy birthday!

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    7. HBD Joyce. May God grant all ur heart desires.

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    8. Happy birthday beautiful, more fruitful years ahead

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  14. Easy my dear second narrative..all dat glitters is not gold..wot happens behind closed doors

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    1. nothing happend or will happen @ closed or opened door.mtcheww!....it is well

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    2. R u for real..must u b a killjoy.so pained n bitter.na u wan sabi wetin dey happen behind closed doors for her marriage pass am n even if there r happenings., behind closed doors..dts wat they r, not for u to knw.abeg shift joy killer

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    3. How come people find it so hard to believe good things actually do happen. She has told you what happened behind close doors. Kapish! Poster 2 may God continue to protect your family and your family shall continue to prosper.

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    4. Nothing is happening behind closed doors!!
      Is she not the one living in the room that has the door?? Lol

      She has told you all is well,take it all leave it!! The day you all will understand that most marriages are like this,that is a breakthrough moment for you..

      Most men are actually this nice,the only downside is that they are not as rich and just this singular problem make their wives complain everyday! Some men are actually capable of doing all these and more...

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    5. Seriously som mehn are like kike's hubby. I'm yet to be married but engaged to be married to d best man in this world. He's so caring. Not like we don't have issues,we do but we always settle it. So don't think she's exaggerating, som gud men still exist

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    6. Nothing happens behind close doors! I totally agree with kikelomo. I can proudly say marriage is bliss, heaven on earth when you are with the right person. I am loving my hubby all over again after reading this!

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    7. Kimad, there are still some good men out there so dont be a kill joy. If I told you what my husband does, you'll probably conclude I've put a spell on him...so, yeah, some good marriages exist.

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    8. Tetrina, are you me?

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  15. «««Uhonmora finest»»»31 January 2015 at 14:24

    Kikelomo sounds like the General's wife. Lol beautiful stories, Gods blessings will remain permanent in your homes amen

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    1. Decoder of life... Lol..I thot so too.

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    2. I would have said the samething but TGW doesnt have a sister and her hubby is richer never used a rickety car..

      God bless the homes of both posters and may his peace and love forever reign supreme in your homes.. Amen..

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    3. Lol!
      Tochini, u seem to know GW very well o, nne.
      Uhomora might be right but i know we have a bv by d name Kikelomo.

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    4. Pinky.. i do know her.. if or when her story comes up... Just stat tapping.. u will be glad u did

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  16. poster 1 mehn u just made my day u knw why?i was discussin wit my elder bro just dis afternoon b4 i opened this page abt marriages bein crashin and my point was that men has refused 2 stop cheatin nd also bcos some men ar so temperamental,he said the problem is women has refused to go down on their kneels and true repentance,he so emphasised that*go down on their kneels ehn*...,he said wen a woman is prayin she should learn to pray out loud to the husband's hearing like*God please bless my husband today,protect him today,favour him and give him grace that wen he hears such prayers he wil b happy and wud try to tame his bad characters
    he also said that som women has refused to understnd their husbands,a woman that got married to a temperamental man should knw how to mellow down and tame her tongue all the time and i understood so much wit him,me that can argue 4 Africa i cudnt even argue,he made me understnd marriage can b worked out no matter wot
    i love that part*tame ur tongue*God wil help me o cos i can be stubborn at times,poster one thankk u thank you,av learnt so much 4rm you!
    av bookmarked this page alredy wen i have any difficulty i wil read through

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    1. No stubborn or temperamental woman can survive marriage. My mom woulda always tell me 'play your part so that when u both lay your cards on the table, everyone would know u tried' Marriage isn't a bed of roses.

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  17. God bless your homes.marriage scares the shit outta me,maybe cos of that of my parent's but I have already vowed not to marry a man like my father,I rather much remain single

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    1. Nne,dont be. The first few years are the tough ones but after then,you are made in marriage.
      I always use myself as an example. When i got married,i was moody. I felt i made a mistake. My guy persevered,pampered me n voila,it clicked well.
      Now,people say we are the best couple around. He is not an angel but before he does anything,i MUST know. Any property he wants to buy,we will go there together n agree TOGETHER. He tells our kids stories of our first year of marriage,how i suffered him n how now i cannot do without him. Our kids always say ewwwwww and we laugh . My home is filled with laughter,if i get mad at him,i go to the room n read. He will come in,look around n go,he will do it again then come n say,are u angry. This always makes me laugh. If i annoy him,he says, u don start o. heeeeeh.
      (i want to beat Ronalda today,so let's continue).

      Marriage is sweet.
      Let me tell you another angle:

      For those that dont believe Kike,such happens.
      If you know how to make your hubby happy,do it.
      I am an Anambra lady and ofe onugbu with mbammiri dry fish with meat n chunky stockfish is my hubby's best soup. I do cook it well for him. On his birthdays,i buy him any latest book on Auditing and Accounting. Then other things.

      So,Eve,dont be scared. The best way to a man's tummy is through his stomach,but that was before Blow job was discovered.


      SO,LADIES,FEED HIM AND BLOW HIM




      (gosh)



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    2. Ewo Irene, idi egwu. Ife ofe onugbu megoro ndi mmadu.

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    3. Heiii!! Irene biko permit me to meet you one day na,nneoma!
      Hahahahhahahahhaha! I piss for paent at those line"the best way to a man's heart is through his stomach but that was be4 blow job was discovered" " so feed him and blow him" lmao!!

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  18. Wow! I'm happy for you guys. Mine would be better in Jesus name, Amen!

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  19. Poster 2,you are so lucky to have him as hubby.lots of girls are dreaming for such hubby in 9ja God bless your home Poster 1,hmmmmmmm.your story does not sound like chronicle of hope.any way am glad your hubby came back to his real sence

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    1. It doesn't sound like chronicle of hope? What does it sound like then? Chronicle of decision??? I love the two stories, but I love hers more. She made her marriage work. She just didn't throw in the towel. If she had brought chronicles here they would have told her to run away. That story my dear is a real chronicle of hope.

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    2. You can never please people...lol
      Both stories are awesome!

      The first woman is a fighter...when marriages survive after storms..it is usually rock solid.

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    3. Uhmm... HOPE 2: Wow, that is great, so happy for u but is that a chronicle of hope?

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    4. too me dat is even the chronicle of hope,after all said and Done ther's still hope 4 a marriage that has irretrievably broken down

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    5. Hers is a real hope story. It goes to show that no matter how irretrievable a marriage might be, there is a hope or a light waiting @ the end of the tunnel "oLy if you will acknowledge the master planner of the institution and go down on your knees"

      It takes a strong woman to do what she did thou. Am happy for you #1# and am in agreement with most pple here tonight to say that the peace u feel now will be permanent in Jesus name, Amen.

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  20. Narrative number 1 am happy for u and I do hope he no go change again .. coz such men suffer from multiple personalities.. @number 2 no I can describe such a man

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  21. Wow! I feel so happy for you kikelomo. Praying my own love finds me too

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  22. I'm so encouraged. Father let every marriage experience your bliss continually In Jesus Name and bless me including all singles here with a happy home. Amin to po

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  23. Lovely stories..inspirational too..patience,will,love..these are some of the keys to a lasting commitment..
    My grand-parents have been married for 60yrs now and they are still in love..
    My mum was married for 12 years filled with love and happiness till I lost my dad..
    Having had such shinning examples in my life,how can I end up on the wrong track?
    To all the married couples experiencing difficulties,may your burdens be lightened..
    And to those in marital bliss,it can only grow from strength to strength..

    And to my single sisters may your heart desires be granted.

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  24. so love this two chronicles of hope. that's the kind of narratives we need. Mayb I will share mine when I get strength to write long episodes, that might be after the arrival of my lil baby. am a Happy Married Lady

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  25. I'm moved by the two narratives.May the lord continue to strengthen your marriage and give you the wisdom to always pull through any stormy days. I know with all I've been reading on here I'll make him happy when that day comes and whoever it is, so help me God. Well done aunt Stellz! God bless you and yours.

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  26. Going through the 2nd narrative, kikelomo's,. I almost had tears in my eyes, tears of joy for her and tears of hope for me...I key into your testimony, someday, my testimony will be greater.,....amen

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  27. Poster2,this ur marriage sounds too good to be true!#eyelashes#u for tell us small of the hard parts too na?#rme
    If none,then The man loves u die sha.congratulations!

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    1. My friends marriage is almost like dat of poster 2. Am a withness Tp dat. The man is so I'm love with his wife u ll think she used jazz and to think they only dated for 3 months before he wifed her. Just pray for God to bless u with a man dat will love u in a way dat will surpass human imagination.

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  28. P.1 and p.2. May God bless and kip ur marriage. Amen

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  29. Wow God is great..
    God bless us all abundantly!!!

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  30. Oh God should please bless me too.....

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  31. I love LOVE.... Beautiful stories... God bless ur homes...

    We shall get dere by God's grace.

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  32. There's really hope after all! As for the second hope, i pray that you get strong like the first hope even more in case of rainy days...I love both hopes...God one!

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  33. I'm soo happy for you, everywoman deserves to be happy nd b wiv d one who will love and cherish her jare

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  34. This is Wow. .. I love that but I pray mine would be the best.... Amen

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  35. Great.hope to share my mine one day to inspire our singles and even some married women.

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  36. This is what I need to be reading.
    Narrative one: i'm happy for you and I thank God on your behalf.

    Narrative two: Oh Madonna Mia! That's what I wanna be reading. Love, love, love! Sacrifice, respect...just putting a wife first.

    I don port from Chronicles of Narratives.

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  37. This second story is just the best. Ur husband is behaving like a friend I Know. Good men still exist jor. God bless ur homes

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  38. So inspiring!

    Love the chronicles

    my story loading.....................giving thanks to God daily

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  39. Wow! I enjoyed your chronicles of hope. I'm so happy for you both. I tap into your grace. @poster 1; you story has inspired me to pray. Prayer works.

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  40. Wow. Both Chronicles inspired me alot.
    1.
    You did what most women turn blind eyes to that is, knowing their own weakness. You discovered your challenges and you've successfully turned them to a stepping stone. God will continually preserve your home.

    2.
    Kikelemo oooooo I looooove your story telling sense. So sweet to read that I almost started beefing you towards the end,hehehe
    You too will celebrate your golden jubilee in grand style if Jesus tarries and I hope to be there with my BC too. Big hugs darling.
    Can I be your friend Kiki?

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  42. Hello stella. Please this chronicles of Hope stories should not be confined to marital issues. There are so many stories which are unrelated to each other and pertains to different issues we face in our society in which there were people who hit rock bottom and still were able to survive the storm. Pls such people(including men) share your stories too,it can also be a source of inspiration to others(I inclusive), it musnt neccessarily be hope stories pertaining to marital life. I would really love to read hope stories of people who survived cancer,liver growth etc thank you stella. Xoxo

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    1. You dey read at all? Didn't you see where she wrote "
      Please note that the Chronicles of hope is a narration of events that took a turn for the better.It doesnt matter what your story is,if it will motivate someone else,okease send it in".

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  43. Nice narratives! I'm particularly endeared to the first narrative. I live the fact that you guys had your lows and are now enjoying the highs! When u have experienced what it means to be sad, u appreciate happiness and peace when it comes your way! All the best dearies.

    As long as God lives, I will share my own Chronicles of hope n'aha Jisos! #teamfaith

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    1. Hi Dear.. I read your sad story..just believe that after the rain,comes sunshine..
      When it seems like you can't take it anymore,the end is near..

      My people say. "Mgbe ona afu ufu,ka ona ebi" (when it hurts most,that is when it is about to end)

      Take care of yourself and the lil ones..

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    2. I seem to be the only one who hasnt read ur story.. Someone pls send me the link..

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    3. @Preacher's wife, Awwww! My love, @Iphie's comments made me go back to read your comments. Honey, how does one beginning to console you? Is there anything I can say to ease your pains? For unbelieving husbands, one has the hope of change when they become Christians, but how hopeful is hope when the bane of your marriage happens to be a man of the cloth, the one who makes altar calls and leads people to Christ? Yet some ladies seeing that you're married to a pastor will activate their "tapping" skills and start wishing on the stars to be in your shoes. One of the many ironies of life. How do you go for counselling when the man responsible for your heartache is the counsellor or close to whomever you consider a confidant?

      Thank God for Jesus, honey, our very present Help in time of trouble. The Counsellor to counsellors and the One to Whom no case is hopeless. Our succour is our faith that all things will work out for our good. My darling, let's keep hope alive and keep rendering sacrifices of praise. I'm looking forward to yours being one of our chronicles of hope.
      #hugsnkisses my love, it will end in praise. ‎

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  44. Poster 2 sounds like a nag, your hubby is doing those things just to avoid trouble. I'm sorry if i'm wrong shaa. The story sounds too good to be true.

    NICE STORY BY THE WAY

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    1. U guys r never happy with good things...ha! Na wa o. She sounds like a nag all because her husband puts her first? Na wa 4 bitter people

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    2. Why can't it be true? Hi an! People sef so because her hubby satisfies her she's a nag? You people should better change your mentality.

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    3. My dear believe it.. There are men who will do all these and more without u even lifting your finger or your voice.. Pls pray very hard to get urs..

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    4. U must be an APC supporter. They just never believe GEJ has done something...

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    5. «««Uhonmora finest»»»31 January 2015 at 22:07

      Poshbaby there are great men out there. I believe kikelomo story to my bone because it was like she was decribing my husband. Good men exist, just ensure you work on yourself, / love yourself and Love God. GOD will bring the bone of your bone yourway

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  45. Oh wow! Amazing stories to encourage both single and married ladies. It's a beckon of hope to the married women who feel like tossing in the towel, while it ameliorates the fears of the single ladies. Stories like these are, indeed, chronicles of hope.

    Poster 1, honey, you are more than a woman and I love you for your resilience. Imagine how tragic it would have been if you took the revenge route or made another wrong choice! You dug your heels in and came out victorious. I never underestimate the power of a praying wife. I know this will bring you guys closer.‎
    #hugsnkisses.

    Poster 2,‎ sweetheart, you asked how to describe the amazing man in your life? 9 words; bone of your bones and flesh of your flesh. This is exactly how God intended marriage to be. Honey, I rejoice with you. When you hit it right in marriage, it's an indescribable feeling! May your love for each other remain permanent, IJN, Amen! I hope this will guide single ladies to aim for the best and refuse to settle for less.
    #e-bearhugs.‎

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    1. Ronalda, come and adopt me as a sister already.. Lol

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    2. Yes....Ronalda has a new friend and that's me.

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    3. Thanks my darlings. @Leeberty, adoption mode activated. Lol! Blowing e-kisses to you both.

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  46. I go to bed everyday with hopes,hope of a better life in marriage when i finally find love.

    I'm not afraid of marriage at all, cause i know nothing good comes easy. I wish both narrators nothing but joy.

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    1. You will get the best and more!
      Everyone deserves true happiness..

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    2. Chichi chilolo,you are blessed

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  47. Am moved and encouraged by both stories.May God bless your home enormously.Marriage is indeed a fairytale with the right person

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  48. Habakkuk 1:5b (For I will work a work in your days which you will not believe, though it be told you).
    Please don't say all that glitters is not gold. There are things that God will do even in marriage and in other areas of a man's (man n woman) life that will look too good to be true. Just be happy for her, wish her well continually and pray for yours to be better. Its well.
    Kikelomo and the 1st poster, God's mercy, love and peace will continually rest on your marriages IJN. Amen

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    1. Don't I just love u cynthia iyede? Yeah not every thing in life seems so good to be true, there are some marriages that r beautiful inside out almost without flaws so, and God so favours some people specially dat u begin to wonder. I hv a cousin like dat, she is married to d most hansome anglican priest in the world wu treats her like an egg, she lacks nothing n she's overjoyed.

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    2. You are right cynthia.
      People stop saying its too good to be true because i have seen a man that does that and even more. It is called "selfless". He puts his wife first before anyone, i am a witness and its real.

      #2#. Your marriage is a source of hope to me and i wish you the best darling!
      Your love will continue to grow from strenght to strenght...

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  49. So inspiring....Narrative one and two, may God continue to bless ur marriage.

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  50. Oya ooo,all the married women in the house
    @TGW,iphie dearie,blog lord,Linda Eze,M-aime et all....am waiting for u guys chronicles

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    1. Hahaha
      Ammie sweets..dunno if I will be sharing ooh...I am a very private person and very reserved in person. Once I share our amazing story and journey,some people will just know..Gbam! This is Mrs L!
      Lemme learn more from people and also pick lessons..

      Maybe,just maybe..I will send in this testimony...And my journey to finding bliss..

      Where is my sister Qutie?? Val don reach,u don disappear okwa ya??

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  51. so blessed and inspired my two chronicles.tnx for sharing..

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  52. Wow.. Educative and inspiring stories. May Gods love never cease from your homes. Poster 1, ure a true woman. Hoping to send my story here someday!

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  53. so there are men like kikelomo's husband in this world?

    diaris god

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    1. Trust me, such men exist. I'm a living testimony...kikelomo and poster 1 God bless ur homes now and always...

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      Yessss and God blessed me with one

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  54. Poster 1, I pray the joy, love and happiness of marriage you rekindled with ur hubby remain 4eva. I pray your finances rise up again soon and may every Nonsense that will eva try arising again in ur marriage be crushed to pieces by ur everyday prayer to God.
    POSTER2 I love ur family already and may you never experience tears or sadness or sorrow as long as you both live In Jesus name.
    Love the 2 posters.

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  55. Poster 1, I pray the joy, love and happiness of marriage you rekindled with ur hubby remain 4eva. I pray your finances rise up again soon and may every Nonsense that will eva try arising again in ur marriage be crushed to pieces by ur everyday prayer to God.
    POSTER2 I love ur family already and may you never experience tears or sadness or sorrow as long as you both live In Jesus name.
    Love the 2 posters.

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  56. so there are men like kikelomo's husband in this world?

    diaris god

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  57. poster 1: you got a sincere post there.may God sustain you marraige and keep both of you in love forever

    poster 2: without sounding like a kill joy,your hubby might love you silly but all i could see was money money house car..i think it goes way beyond that..may God keep your marraige and make it stronger

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    1. Love languages if your spouse loves you according how you are wired to love then it's a blissful experience.
      There are men who say this woman I bought this that for her but she is unhappy. It may be her love language is quality time, which the man even if he is around doesn't take out time to do. When we endeavour to understand another person's love language then we are able to love them just the way they want to be loved, quality time, gifts, acts of service, kind words etc

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  58. Wow I loved d two post.....especially d 2nd may God cont to bless u both....and may his blessings extend to me and my family

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  59. There is still hope for a tree when it fall it can sprout back and blossom beyond imaginations.

    Hopefully, prayerfully taping into one and two chronicles.
    The God that did it for you, is still on the throne and not a partial God.

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  60. I love both stories but i think story one is the real chronicle of hope as it relates more with the reality in most marriages and the poster takes out time to motivate others who may be facing storm in their marriages that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
    Story two is beautiful but a rare kind of marriage today.
    May the hand of God continue to rest on both marriages.

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  61. Wonderful stories. Poster 2 you are a strong woman and like Stella said, what God has restored is permanent..
    Great marriages are possible and doable and as God will have it, tomorrow is the covenant day of marital breakthrough at all living faith churches world wide.
    The married ones praying to God for restoration of their marital joy and the single ones praying for that made in heaven kinda marriage should come, pray with faith and watch God work.
    If you cannot come you can stream online @ davidoyedepoministries.org.
    OBY

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  62. The first story is a bomb. Am happy God used u to restore peace to ur home. A wise woman builds her home while a foolish one uses her tongue to destroy it. Be wise women, N2, be prayerful. I wish u well.

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  63. Am so happy for d 2 of u,postal 2 yours is indeed is made in heaven, mine n yours is similar, those of u who are afraid of marriage should pray n test it.

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  64. Aaaawwww God bless your home@ the two narratives.When a marriage is blessed the home is settled.

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  65. Nice stories,and I don't doubt the 2nd post at all just that you are older than me in marriage would have said u were writing my story..dont be scared cos of bad and failing marriages.Always rem that every thing God created is good and should be enjoyed including marriage. Prayer is the key.

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  66. Wow
    Narrative two that is the kind of man I desire
    Narrative one Thank God for you and your husband

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  67. O how I Love Love.
    God bleSs your homes.m

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  68. Poster 1.... I respect your struggle and persistence


    Poster 2..... I respect your love for material things. Unfortunately, your chronicle of hope will be a problem to people not as financially buoyant as you have pictured. I would appreciate if you talk about things other than material things. You have made us to know that without money, you may not have much joyful tales to share.

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  69. Poster 2 described my hubby. I pray God blesses him beyond comprehension. Marriage is sweet. But never underestimate the power of a praying wife.

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  70. I don port oo
    Its chronicle of hope all the way
    Poster1 you are such a strong woman.God strenghthen the more
    Poster2 Enjoy the luxury,Its all urs
    *Am ready to face dt institution called "Marriage".GidiGbam#

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    1. And give the men the grace to respect their vows, wives and.marriage in JESUS MIGHTY NAME, AMEN

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  71. Nkem dear, your brother is being the typical Naija man. Marriages are crashing because men are leaving all the work to the woman. Yes you build your home but a marriage can not work without the 2nd person being on board. See Poster 1, something met him outside (prompted by God) that drove him back home, some are so stubborn that they will misbehave till it kills them. You should go on your knees but you should do what Poster 1 did. She stopped sending her husband, she took care of herself and her child, and she built herself up. She did not do what the typical naija woman will do and that is running from pastor to pastor, crying for help. When your husband decides to act a fool and you decide to stay with him, you must soji up and put your heart for pocket like she said. Poster 1, I gbadun the way you handled yours. I did not stick out my own marriage because I did not want him to kill me. I respect you so much for womaning up! You are blessed among women. Please Naija women, what you learn from her story is when she decided to woman up. She decided to stay but she built herself up.

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  72. Kike baby! You married your GOD ORDAINED husband. Nothing more nothing less. I know it is not all roses. I know there are hardships but the difference is both of you are in it TOGETHER. People will doubt your marriage because they married men they had no business marrying. There will be hard times in marriage but those hard times are nothing like what we see in majority of our marriages. I pray God blesses these two posters. P1 I pray the change is permanent in Jesus name because you don try. Kike, may your home stay blessed in Jesus name. Lovely stories. Who say women are weak biko look at women slugging it out despite the bs men put them through, women like P1, women that walked away and are doing it for themselves, I hail all of you. It is not easy!

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  73. Kikelomo.
    You married your friend but i need to tell you something: DO NOT BE CARRIED AWAY. SAVE,SAVE AND SAVE. OPEN A PERSONAL ACCOUNT AND LET HIM KNOW ABOUT IT.



    POSTER ONE:
    God bless you. Your power is your knee. Keep firing your prayerical missiles.

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    1. Choi! I like hearing the word-Save!
      It tickles my fancy...lol

      Renee baby!!!!

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    2. Iphiebabe,Kikelomo kinda woman no dey get up to 1m for account but she go dey drive big big cars.
      Kike,i know who you are. As the man love you so,make em dey pay 50/100k into ur acct every two weeks.

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  74. cool, go to www.udokajane.blogspot.com to read more on this.

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  75. Poster 1,May God continue to strengthen your marriage.have learnt so much from it.you are such a strong Woman.
    Poster 2 Marriage is sweet.please peeps shouldn't compare their marriages to hers o.And don't feel sad that your husband isn't doing all these things for you o,even if he has such money.there is no way you won't feel jealous or bitter.
    Poster 2/Nwuye General, I now kw your husband paid all your marriage expenses
    -bought you Gas Cooker
    -bought you most expensive car
    -Big person in the Office
    -paid for ur holiday expenses etc
    Please don't forget to continue being prayerful

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  76. wow. God bless your homes more and mine too. even one has a story to tell. It is well with is all

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  77. Iphie dearie, thank you for this part of your comment;

    "Most men are actually this nice,the only downside is that they are not as rich and just this singular problem make their wives complain everyday! Some men are actually capable of doing all these and more. "

    That is exactly the problem in my marriage and it frustrates me to no end. I have to constantly remind myself that he tries his best to give me all I want within his financial limitations. Aside that, I would say I married a gentle man who truly loves and respects me. I'm presently pregnant and he takes good care of me. Cooks for me. Does the housework amd a lot more.
    But I hate the way he treats my friends; especially my male friends and acquaintances. He never seems to welcome them when they come to visit and always squeezes his ugly face.
    Oh and he is just so critical. Always condemning others. He is just insufferable. Feels he is better than everyone else. Of course he is not. I hate that about him. Self righteous asshole.
    He snores like an old engine train. Belches like a pig and always pollutes the air, until I told him I didn't like it. Familiarity in marriage my ass.
    He borrows money from me and never pays back.
    I hate him right now. Wish he would just travel so I can have the house to myself.
    I pick up fights with me to give me space but in no time he is by my side trying to make up. Lord.
    That's all.

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    1. Anony dear..
      Will you listen to the voice of reasoning? Or in this case,fingers of reasoning..lol

      Not every man is fortunate enough to be all wealthy before settling down,but if you believe in him..with your support,both of you can conquer the world..

      You see,most of these things you listed can be attributed to pregnancy,some women even suffer it after giving birth(post-natal depression)

      Your male friends should not even be your worry right now...don't even let outsiders be the cause of your issues with hubby,please.

      Your hormones are just having a field day with you,but you still need to be sensitive,lest he starts avoiding you.

      Nobody is perfect,not even you..You might even have some flaws he is managing.
      When he criticises people,just correct him at home.. "Baby,you can criticise sha..i don't feel comfortable when you do that"

      Let the poor man be biko! With time,you will have fun..it only gets better.

      Do something nice for him,maybe during Val or even before..surprise him,it is your turn to be nice..hahahaha! I wish you all the best!

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    2. Pregnancy hormone is talking.
      As i said elsewhere,i asked my hubby for divorce once cos he did not buy the red n soft apples i asked him to.
      It is well.

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    3. Relax hun, just your hormones acting up. This too will pass. Trust me

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    4. Woman appriciate your husband!! Ah ah!!
      One line says he is goood and the next one is saying he is an ugly asshole!! *nwayo biko!
      I am not married yet but i know most married women here will agree with me that "men are like a kid"
      Talk to him wit love
      Treat him with respect
      Do your best to be loyal and never drag authority with him, alw assure him of his "head".. and he will be falling head over hill in love, believe me he will be loyal to you.
      May the lord give you the grace and wisdom to build your home love.
      Dont take all u read on the internet to heart and never compare your husband or home with another.
      And i wish you a peaceful delivery in Jesus name, Amen

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    5. You 're something else. Gosh! Saying all that about your hubby, but wait thought you said your pregnant. Well, I wish you a safe delivery.

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  78. WHEN YOU MARRY YOUR SOULMATE ,YOU WILL KNOW THAT MARRIAGE IS SWEET.PRAYER OR NO PRAYER.

    EVERYTIME YOUR BE HEARING ,PRAY PRAY ,SO PRAYER IS MEARNT FOR WOMEN TO BE PRAYING IN MARRIAGE ,THE MEN SHOULD NOT PRAY ABI ,ABEG YOU GUYS SHOULD WAKE UP FROM MENTAL SLAVERY .

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    1. I like you jooooooor!

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    2. Bootylicious diva....so a praying woman is now a mentally enslaved one??? Issokk o. No one said the men shouldn't pray. The two chronicles were written by women hence the emphasis. And like it or not...women are the homemakers...no woman wants her marriage to fail....circumstances cause them to leave in the first place. The power of a praying woman cannot be over emphasised. But if you think it's mental slavery...by all means avoid prayers like a plague when you get married abeg. All the best....

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  79. The two posts are both encouraging (poster 1 fessing up and getting her shii together and not sending d man,whilst praying for him @ d same time,my pattern actually) and inspiring ( helping single ladies to know what to look out for in a man,not necessarily d "buy buy" part but d motive behind it,which is to make d wife feel loved at all times). May God's grace be sufficient for us all,amen.
    Sherry's Daughter

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  80. Poster 2 you kept going on and on about what he did for you and your family. Not once did you mention that you did something for him or his family. Giving should be reciprocal. And I put it to you that if he doesn't have money tomorrow, I hope this love will not clear from your eyes. Just saying...

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  81. waoh!!!waoh!!!waoh!! @ poster 1: dear I doff my hat for you.I had to type this before reading the second story.dear as I was reading your story; my interest was solely on your talent.I felt it.your write up was so captivating. dear you have a good talent.and I give it to you. you are a wonderful writer.pls go into journalism or be a writer.you will go places.pls do think about it.you can start from the net.there are websites that you can post your write up and also newspapers. there are emails were you can send your write ups for each news paper and if it is good; they will publish it.they won't take any money from you.weldone.

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  82. sorry dear: I was so engrossed in your write up that I forgot to add this: whenever you kneel;may your cries be heard and may the lord give you all the happiness that you desire.I always tell married women; prayers work wonders for us and that's our greatest weapon.

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  83. @ poster 2: you are so lucky not only to marry your husband but also your rightful soulmate. when you marry someone that have the same heart beat with you and you feel each other to the Depth of your souls; you will never want to depart this world even when both of you grow old. love is sweet and patience conquers all.may your happiness be forever and may God bless your husband for making you a fulfilled woman and the happiest on earth.

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  84. Biko poster one wat kind of biz did u start with 10k? Do u care to share pls? Thinking of smtin small to start with!
    Your narative is inspiring. Hugs

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  85. Poster 1:: I thank God for giving you the strength to put your home together.. The good thing that has come shall stay forever...

    Poster2::::God shall keep your home safe,..do not mind naysayers... if I wasn't living with your hubby's kinda man, I would also say that you are exaggerating....mine hasn't gotten to the holidays abroad yet but he definitely is seriously working towards it....life with him is bliss, we are besties and more...no one has ever settled issues for us before...As I write this, I say a prayer of thanksgiving for my husband, God shall bless him more and more...

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  86. @ poster ur married is soo sweet,,love ur story very interesting,encourageg,ur story gives hope to us dat r single,,i pray for same & to al single in dis lovely blog,,.pls 138:8,,,shall always be our portion....poster 1 more of God's mighty hands upon ur married..

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  87. @ poster ur married is soo sweet,,love ur story very interesting,encourageg,ur story gives hope to us dat r single,,i pray for same & to al single in dis lovely blog,,.pls 138:8,,,shall always be our portion....poster 1 more of God's mighty hands upon ur married..

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  88. Poster 1
    You're a very strong woman. I admire your tenacity and faith.

    Poster 2.
    You remind me of Toyin Aimakhu Johnson.
    My hubby is my god and all what not yet dude was messing around. Sounds to me like ur just pretending and living in the clouds. I was waiting to read...my hubby encourages me to be the best woman God created me to be, and stuff like that. Anyway, maybe material things are your love language and your hubby has realised that. You sound like you married him for his money. Sorry.

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  89. P1: I was very touched by your story. You are an amazing woman with inner strength whose head rules her heart. I learnt a lot from your story even though I am a lot more older than you in marriage (> 20 years). May you continue to see Gods hands in your home.
    P2: Those who think your story is too good to be true did not read well. P2 has tried to capture 7 years in a few sentences. How could you miss out when her husband jumped on public bus to work so she could drive the only car at home? How could you miss out the several promotions before he could buy her a car? How could u miss out the fact that it was a bonus that allowed him to buy the cooker? To me, I see an upward mobile man who is struggling at work, earns a salary, plans his family on his pay slip and who truly LOVES his wife! I don't see the materialism at all. Over seven years, the man is building up-both his financial base as well as his home! How could you miss out the many quarrels and how she doesn't hold grudges when he tries to make up?
    Kikelomo, you are for real. You hit it right in marriage and I am truly, deeply happy for you. May God bless your home more.

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  90. @poster 2, u just described my hubby. Somtimes i use to wonder wy God gave him to me, he loves me more dan i love him. His wife and daughter comes first. Am aware of evry kobo he makes and how it is spent even b4 he gives his mum money he wil ask me. Imagine, we re frm differnt tribes oo, but i dnt discuss him wit anybody even my own pple, u dnt knw who loves u. I pray God shuld strengthen and secure our marriages.

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  91. Just wat I need to read this morning that are good guys out there that are willing to do anything for their wifes. Thank u both for sharing, it means a lot to me. Tho I'm single it made me see d light at the end of the tunnel.

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