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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Chronicles Of HOPE - 18


Hope.....hang unto whats left of yours!








DONT GIVE UP ON LOVE

Hello Stella
I am sharing my story because of the several chronicles of narratives I read on your blog.
My story is to encourage and tell young people, especially ladies that all things work for good at the end of the day.

I started dating Tom (not real name) when I was in school after he had asked me out for a long time. He was a gentle and humble young man, so I fell in love with him. I was the reigning queen. People called us Romeo and Juliet (I can love for Africa). When I asked him later why he loved me, he said I am the most intelligent woman he knows and might ever know. In my heart I thought, “What a reason to love”. He pampered me. Loved and cared for me.

I later discovered that he transferred to my department not quite long. That made the love wax stronger as we were together all the time. Our friends were happy with our relationship. He introduced me to his parents and siblings. They were all pleased because “I be fine girl”, I speak good English, dress well and love their brother and child. I later felt I was like a trophy to him because everybody who knew him kept hailing and congratulating him for “catching” me. He was a low life. I helped his dress sense, spoken English etc.

I started writing exams for him. That means writing mine and his while he sat beside me. During exams, we pushed my friends away so that he can be comfortable. On few occasions I was almost caught. Infact, I would have been expelled. God saved me.

As expected, I graduated before him and went to service while he had to spend an extra year because of those courses he failed before we started dating. On my last day in school, he held me, knelt down and started crying. I was surprised. When I enquired, he said everybody is saying I would leave him when I go for my NYSC bla bla bla. I held his hand and gave him my word. I promised not to leave him. He begged me to wait for him that he wants to marry me. I agreed. He met my family unofficially. Everybody who knew us, knew we would get married.

In NYSC, we would talk alnight and every other hour during the day. He never forgot to tell me he loved me and would marry me. I turned down good suitors. I said NO to well-to-do young men. After my NYSC, he went for his service after paying to process and collect his result. While I got a well paying job immediately. I was still holding on to our promise. The fact that I was young also helped. I was just 22yrs. More suitors came and I said NO. I turned down proposers of people I would have loved to marry if I was not in a relationship. All the while we left school, we never stayed in the same state but we kept shuttling to and fro.

His parents kept calling me to be patient, that they will soon come and see my people.  I never cheated on him for one minute. My friends kept advising me to be smart but I didn’t take such advice. Fastfoward to few years later, he got a job after I and his people kept hope alive by giving him stipends monthly. God blessed him and he bought a car after working for one year. THEN, problems started in our relationship. Everything changed. By this time we had dated for 8years. I kept seeing evidence of him cheating. He kept apologising. He even had several sexcapades. I was hurt but I felt I didn’t have a choice anymore. I took rubbish. I became the victim. Then I decided to commit him. I told him we should see my parents and he said good. That was where my problems began. We fixed a date for introduction and he and his parents failed to show up. How embarrasses I was.  I started observing diabolic nature between him and his mum. Though I had noticed
 this severally but I was blinded by love not to ask him. He said a prophet told him not to marry me. Later his sister said it was a native doctor bla bla bla. His parents called and said I am bini. That they did not know that their ancestors swore that no one should marry bini.  I felt angry more than heartbroken. I was sad. But I did not alter a word to them. I kept saying OK. And that got them more confused or rather scared.

A holy anger arose in my friends and family and they started praying for me. My dad went on his knees and prayed for me. They said I should move on and I did. I declared a one month fast. I prayed to God to heal my heart. I asked him to surprise those who have scorned me. Him and is people kept calling for forgiveness and I told them I don’t have anything against them that they should go to God for forgiveness. One month after this whole drama(I moved on immediately), I met the cutest man I have seen in my life. He was actually a friend I met 10yrs ago but we lost contact. He had been trying to reconnect with me all the while but it was not possible. Someone told him about me and we re-connected. I thought I was in love but when we met, we realised how love can be so beautiful. We talked about our past and thanked God. I felt peace and joy. 9 months later, we got married.

Today I am the happiest woman alive. My husband is a business man and a pastor. I am an administrator. We are comfortable. He adores me. At times I think it is a dream. But I am enjoying life and marriage. My mother inlaw is an angel. Did I mention that my parents inlaw are pastors? They don’t have time to puck-nose into our marriage as they are marriage counsellors. My inlaws are my paddy. No time for interference and control. God healed my heart. He blessed me. He saved me. He surprised people…within 9 months I was married to my friend. Today we are the envy of couples. Despite the normal ups and downs in marriages, people use us as a point of contact. Believe me when I say God saves us when they break our heart. People who break our heart DO NOT deserve us

Mrs Anonymous.





86 comments:

  1. Hian!
    Chronicles of Hope still dey?
    Oriegwu

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    1. Wow thanks for giving people hope - the power of prayer is without parallel. With prayers and at the right time, the right person will come

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    2. Thank God u didn't marry dat dumb ass u were writing exams for,u would have given birth to dumb children as intelligent as u are,and mind u it's not funny having dumb children dey will be hated like ugly children!
      Oh, how poverty can make men seem loyal and loving.this one only got a car,and his loyalty sank into d Atlantic.hes also from a useless family..for d records,he never loved u, he only wanted an intelligent gal to write his exams and for a fuck festival!

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    3. Wow dis is reli... Hope for d brokenhearted..... Tanks poster...... U don't know d kind of encouragement dis is.... May God continue to strengthen ur marriage

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  2. NYSC changes men. I think it has to do with the boots or the horrible khaki trousers.
    Thank God for your life...

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    1. I didn't know when I bursted out with laughter

      This cracked me up

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    2. Hahahahaha you don start @ oliviasilk...what about woman Niko....

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    3. God is a woderful God. there is no one like God he never fail me one day since I no him. I thank God in your life aumty.

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    4. Bwahahahahahahaha...

      This babe ur sense of humor ehee....

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  3. Thank God for this great testimony and I key into it

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  4. God bless ur home. I pray my kid sister find her own man.

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  5. Wow!!!..,
    Money changes some men indeed...
    Single girls please stop suffering with a man...
    He didn't know you are from Bini when he was dating you and making empty promises....
    Mtcheeeewww...
    Thank God you are in a better place..

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    1. Don't mind the maga. He tot she was from inib then not bini.imagine coming up with such silly excuse bcos he has started making money. The annoying thing is dat some ladies will still fall mugu in cases like dis even after reading this story.

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    2. My dear, I just tire for some guys

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    3. Hmmm this don't suffer with any man is the absolute advice, men know how to be good when they do not have. I rebuke every spirit of suffering with a man.

      As a lady, guys who are not up to your standard would request that u lower it, because of love... the answer should always be NO. Any guy that's not on your level should work hard with out your help to reach your level and surpass it, then u can give him a try, if he can't do that then he isn't worth it.
      Women should stop doing promo when it comes to love.

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    4. Gbam!!! Useless men everywhere!!!
      Linda leave Dem make Dem no shine their eyes well well.....
      Say no to broke ass niggas!!!
      Smtcheeeeerwwww!!!

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    5. Yes oo. Say no to broke guys biko.

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  6. Happy Sunday Stella sugar boo
    Oya lemme go back to read

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  7. Love ur story, truly inspiring. God bless ur home.

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  8. What a touching story,dere is always light at d end of d tunnel

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  9. I pray your testimony yields more joy and wish you all d happiness in d world in Ur marriage!

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  10. Nawa 4 dt ur ex o, but you sef u rilly tried. Broke guys aint loyal

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  11. When a broke loyal guy becomes rich, his real character would show.
    All ye babes waiting for that broke loyalist,
    Shine una eye o!
    Not all are ungrateful o,
    But all lizards lie on their stomach,u can't tell which has stomach ache.

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    1. Oh my goodness , ur last paragraph got me laughing ... All lizards lie..................

      Hahahah ah.

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    2. You just said the bitter truth. I see such people as having an inferiority complex

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  12. All the years you waited was not a waste afterall. That was just God preparing you for your husband... and preparing your husband for you. Ensuring that you were both ready.
    I wonder what happened to your ex though.

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    1. Exactly, I also wonder what happened to your ex.

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    2. PREACHER'S WIFE26 April 2015 at 16:27

      That's true! @Poster, I bless God on your behalf. Ur joy shall be permanent IJN

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  13. So happy 4 u dear...lesson for those dat take rubbish from guys/babes bcuz they have been dating since d days of adam and eve....

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  14. Oh thank God for ur life dear, this is indeed chronicle of hope!
    God allow us to pass through some certain things in life so that wen we see good things we appreciate them more.

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  15. Wonderful!!! I gat d message n wil do d needful!!!

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  16. thatgirlyouwant26 April 2015 at 15:23

    Nice story.....but lol @ holy anger, how embarrasses I was....lol

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  17. What a touching story,dere is always light at d end of d tunnel

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  18. Okay. I'll keep keeping the faith.

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  19. Awww touching story! I pray that the almighty God will keep blessing your home!! Remain blessed and in love you guys lol

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  20. I love this piece, it's encouragiing

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  21. A big shame to the Ex... He never deserved you frm day one.. I'm so happy u were rewarded abundantly... buh that doesn't mean all broke guys r not loyal oo.

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  22. awww such i touching story i feel like crying . God is great

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  23. Broke guys, get behind me by fire!!

    *Speaking in tongues*

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  24. That's how mine too went on Nysc and ended up with a benin babe Mmmmmmm old story sha I moved on a long time a go, they don't worth the stress.Thanks for the chronicle

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  25. Chai OliviaSilk, you are funny.
    I'm happy for you poster. God bless your home always.

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  26. I have a similar story with the boyfriend. I haven't gotten a guy yet but I hope to. And I tap into this your testimony IJN

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  27. A big shame to the Ex... He never deserved you frm day one.. I'm so happy u were rewarded abundantly... buh that doesn't mean all broke guys r not loyal oo.

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  28. Hmmmmmm. God at work. There's hope!!!!!

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  29. Awwww. I love love. God is great

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  30. Wow! God is faithful. Congratulations. Nothing will separate us from His love. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. what a touching story. i learnt a lot.

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  32. God be praised. There is hope for everyone. All we need do is believe and wait. The time will come. Weeping May come in the night but behold there is joy in the morning. I still believe strongly that my help is at hand as this is my year. Amen.

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  33. This is God working....what a wonderful testimony

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  34. I thank God that u later found ur own man.But I pity girls who give all they have to guys.dt guy na gold abi emerald?I no fit.

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  35. Am inspired by dis story, now I can move on n live my life after all these horrible heart breaks, promise n fail guys. God let dis testimony be made manifest in my life, Amen!

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  36. what a touching story. i learnt a lot for yours and others.

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  37. For has many single ladies that have lost hope, may be you are thinking is getting late. Just know this he is never too late he will do it when you list expect and its going to be glorious.

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  38. My exact story after spending most of my life and time and suffered with him,he now knows am a benin and his family don't marry outsiders because things are getting better

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  39. No wonder most girls don't stay with broke guyz,the true character of a man is really know when he becomes rich

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  40. Hmmm....nice one. Thank God for u Mrs Anonymous. (Thought it was poke nose though).

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  41. 2 d unmarried never kill ur self over any worthless punk, Stick 2 God nd u will come out wit a testimony. Deres Hope!!!

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  42. Wow!God wud still purniish dat boy 4 me oooo cn u imagine Hmmmmn thnk God it ended positively.

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  43. Wat a touching story. My 33 year old elder sis was recently ditched by a guy who promised her marriage 4years ago in de silliest of ways. This story wld definately be encouraging to her. Thanks for sharing hun!

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  44. Your testimony is inspiring. Our attitude towards situations matters alot.

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  45. they dint know you were from Bini when they promised heaven& earth? awon eeyan ma sanfani....smh
    thank God you dropped his sorry arse moved on and moved on. God bless your home.

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  46. There's this friend of mine that has been dating her bea for 13yrs and keep hoping the guy will marry her,i just pray God open her eye before devil turn her blues to reggae.

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  47. Yes o! Broke guyz ain't loyal. They blame their lack of success on d chic who has sacrificed so much. Chai broke ass guys! #ndifoolish!

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  48. Any broke guy around u, drop him like it's hawt! I'm happy 4 u poster

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  49. LADY IGO SAID:

    THANK GOD FOR THE BEAUTIFUL ENDING

    For those who think that "LADY IGO" must tell a story . . . imagine if @Stelladimokokorus should comment on another blog and tell some of the stories she had read and posted here . . . won't same be said about her? If you work in an office or you are a student or job seeker, do not think that everybody is same way. Some folks meet people on hourly basis.

    In this forum, and in our work we've always asked folks to fast and pray and seek God. He said; "My sheep hear my voice and I know them . . .and they follow me . . ." See John chapter ten. When you seek God, you'd find him . . . that's his promise. Many run away from him because they love to continue in their sins.

    Please think about your lives and move in the right direction.

    FROM LADY IGO WITH REGARDS.

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    1. I enjoy reading your comments, may God uphold your ministry...

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  50. To any lady that has suffered heartbreak from any undeserving guy
    Cheer up chill baby girl that guy DOESN'T DESERVE YOU ! ! Period !

    Thanks for sharing dear 'Pastoress'
    Enjoy your home

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  51. The fear of bini people is the fear of God.

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  52. So this is chronicle of hope kwa. Boyfriend and girlfriend matter

    Chronicle of hope should be about people who survived challenges and how they did it
    Not about someone who is Perambulating from one boyfriend to another.

    Does it mean anyone who gets a new boyfriend should send in their stories?

    Can we hear stories of cancer survivors? Children with special needs, disabled people that conquered , albinos that got married, hermaphrodite and sex organ change, nymphomaniac that finally locked up their veejay, borrowers that became contented.

    Every time
    Nwoke nwoke nwoke nwoke

    XOXO MYSTERY

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    1. Thank you

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    2. She lost years and gained them back in 9months, chronicles of hope is to inspire people in similar situations that it can be better...hope this clarifies stuff for u

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  53. Wow! He's a Faithful God, a God that fetches water with basket to disgrace bucket. What God has plans for his people will surely come to be in our lives through Christ I pray, Amen. I love this testimony scatter.

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  54. Am soo happy for you, may the Good Lord help others like you triumph like you have

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  55. If you wanna really know some men ... make them rich and watch their behaviours.
    @Poster thank God for your life.

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