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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post





Are we not serving one GOD?..I will not change anything for anyone abeg......
For one,there are some Churches I dont like and cannot change to them.....

Answering as if i am single and checking the Options...

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    1. 'I have been astonished that men could be martyred for their religion. I have often shuddered at that but now, I shudder no more because I too could be martyred for my religion.
      Love is my religion and I could die for that'
      (John Keats)
      ☻☻☻☻

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    2. A Resounding YES I say to this, let me paint a pic
      We r born and handed a religion by our parents/guardians/society,some of us r strong enough to see d light and break free, others stay to please , while to the others it’s what they met there parents participating
      I watched a video some yrs back, I think d guy is Pakistan Muslim but he got really curious which his Alfa cldnt Ans, he decided to seek knowledge and started practicing different religion but stumbled on the scriptures and found out Islam was not for him. Today he preaches Jesus
      if I was born in a Cele church or my parents are idol worshipers and I found pure love, this person opens my eyes to the Truth Which is Jesus, of cos I will change.
      I found out recently that Praying Rosey,kneeling for long hours, going to FireFireFire church, die by fire kinda prayers don’t work for me, I was lead to a house of worship, purely PRAISE and Worship (COD)and my doors started opening, God started picking my calls, so like I said πŸ‘†there, I will and I have

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    3. 20:20 welcome to my church

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    4. I can only change church(depends on the church) but can't change religion. I can't even have anything to do with someone of another religion

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    5. pls paint a picture that makes sense. from ur explanation here, u can switch denominations, not religion. Weldon

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    6. anon 20:20 pls paint a picture that makes sense. from ur explanation here, u can switch denominations, not religion. Weldon

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    1. No pls(especially muslimah)...the thought of knacking head on the ground thrice a day lai lai

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    2. What's knacking on the head. It is insulting. You can make your point without using that derogatory word.

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    3. Hahahahaha @knacking. Hajia take it easy una can react to things ehhn.

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    4. Knacking? As in to knack? Wat's knack? Instead of knacking use alakuba.

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    5. I'm not a Muslim but that your comment is senseless @ gnm

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    6. @G&M ,we Muslims Don't knack head on the floor.some pple sef

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    7. Terry you are a Muslim and wearing weafon or is that not you in the dp?

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    8. Dangote's son is typing...... @ sonia

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    9. I apologize, on G&M’s behalf. That was an insensitive language.

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    10. Sop because she is a muslim,she cant use a weavon again...every mallam with his or her kettle. Not all muslims cover their head. weather its good or not,thats a topic for another day.

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  3. Whatever that will make me happy o. Marriage is not managed. If you see a good Muslim man that will be a good dad n husband till death do u part...why u go die for Christian wey go kee u.Godliness is in the heart

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    1. Ladybug I love u this 9tπŸ–€

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    2. Changing my religion is a big No. I have always known I belong to Christ and I can not compromise him for love.

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  4. Yes I can do that πŸ’πŸΏ‍♂️

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  5. Nope. I dont have strength to start learning about a different religion.

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  6. Nope. I dont have strength to start learning about a different religion.

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    1. For me it is not about strength but knowing the truth and standing by it. To leave for me is moving on to darkness. I have seen the light from childhood and I love that light in Christ.

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  7. No cos it Doesn't even make sense.

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    1. What do you worship?

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    2. I worship the same God that created the heaven n d earth! Gorrit?

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    3. Do you believe in Jesus as your savior?

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  8. No cos my religion itself is LOVE.

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  9. If there's money and the other religion worship God,why not

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    1. Everything about you is money.

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    2. @Zainab
      E good as you remove Pharisee skirt
      😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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  10. Which Religion will I change to again. I will say NO.

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  11. I'm actually going through something like this. I'm a Christian and planning to settle down with a Moslem. But we are both based outside Nigeria. This man is everything good looking, very educated,good job,good family and he has an unwavering character,disciplined,caring and very generous. He pushes me to be better and loves me unconditionally but he is a Moslem and a practicising one. While I am Christian. He proposed earlier this year. He doesn't have a problem me going to church. He has even attended service with me couple of times. I have told him I intend to continue to be a Christian cos I know no other ways in my 34yrs. But I am also open to following him if need be to the mosque,even though I know nothing about it. Just to give him moral support. I know he will want his children raised as Moslem because that is all he knows. I will try and incorporate both. I have an aunt who married a Moslem for 40yrs now and she never converted but joins her husband in mosque if need be. And they have been living happy as one.
    People may say what they wish but I am not willing to let a good man go over religious difference. So far in our 3yr relationship we have had no issues and both families are aware and are okay with it. It could also be because we are outside Nigeria.

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    1. My Aunty married a Muslim too
      They have been together for 25years
      God bless your union.

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    2. anon 18:13. my sister don't be selfish. consider d sanity of ur kids. in reality d two religions are good but different. u can tolerate each other but can't be in between. courtship is not d same as marriage. most Muslim men have a mentality that d women are under them. when u marry him, that's when u will see clearly who he really is. d man u marry can never remain 100% d man u dated. I have a good husband, same tribe, same religion, had sweet courtship and enjoying marriage for 5yrs now. but some issues we had, could have break us if not for God's grace and some same grounds. choose wisely

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    3. anon 18:13. my sister don't be selfish. consider d sanity of ur kids. in reality d two religions are good but different. u can tolerate each other but can't be in between. courtship is not d same as marriage. most Muslim men have a mentality that d women are under them. when u marry him, that's when u will see clearly who he really is. d man u marry can never remain 100% d man u dated. I have a good husband, same tribe, same religion, had sweet courtship and enjoying marriage for 5yrs now. but some issues we had, could have break us if not for God's grace and some same grounds. choose wisely

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  12. NO, there's no need for story.

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  13. NO- to other religion apart from the one I practise.

    Yes/No - to the religion I practise.
    There was a certain time I was babbling about how I will never step my foot into a particular church,the story changed when I met my hubby,reluctantly though. I couldnt lose a good man because of his denomination. I wasn't happy attending the church. To God be the glory,my hubby left the church voluntarily few weeks I started attending the church,to say I was happy is an understatement.

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  14. I can't change my religion for love.

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  15. Nooooo... I am not a die hard Christian at the moment but I wouldn't trade my love for God for anything.

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  16. Mmmmm I will say no but never say never

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  17. Ma ncha! I no dey carry anything replace Jesus o. Once I enter a place
    that Jesus no be Lord, my spirit will
    revolt. If I hear any message contrary to the word on God in my
    heart, i will be repelled immediately.

    How about my Naija sisi friends...?
    Ajuju kwu odu 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
    Once he stays abroad or doles out
    money like ATM, even if im dey fork
    ezi...
    "Stella, he is a very good man, he changed my phone, my wardrobe, changed my
    car and took my pants to..., gives me feeding and fork allowance
    and does not care about my salary..."
    He is a very godly man and fears god so much that when we are doing doggy, he will be shouting god, god when
    he is coming..."
    Chai, I don read plenty things for
    this splendid blog...
    Oyibo!
    😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    1. 😊.. fears god so much that when we are doing doggy ... 😁😁😁
      I like the witty part of you!

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    2. ANG call the names of the bvs especially the doggy bvs abi you dey fear them.

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    3. @Epique
      Whosai!
      Which part wey you no like?
      When I begin tell una to repent from all the bad bad
      things wey una dey do ... stealing fork, snatching/offloading husband
      like that chronicle poster today and
      shooting off and calling god god..." Eh ndi Pharisee?
      πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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    4. You too like fork matter
      Sorry ooh, your abroad boyfriend disappoint you right and you couldn't do anything than to marry the home base guy , then turn to born again shey?
      Sorry ANG next life you will marry one that can dole your smooth nyansh money like Atm, inugo

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    5. @Side Chikito
      Dalu o
      Yes o, I like legitimate pounding and (by God's grace) I no dey do side chickening 🐀🐀🐀
      DH and I can enter plane go to more than 200 countries in the world without visa o; how about that?
      No place like home inugo. . . Above all, no place like heaven.
      There is nothing like in your "next life", after here na judgment; heaven or hell and all men/women
      go waka them separate ways. Read ya bible and see (Lk. 16). Side chicks no dey heaven o.
      Ahaaaaaa
      @19:50
      Make I call roster(by name)...shuooo, you wan make my comments
      enter "sperm" (according to Naija girls)
      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I wan to read my comments and laugh ooo inugo?

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  18. Never, love should stay on it's own and religion too will stay on its own.
    That nah brainwashing.
    I actually left a very good prospect on that ground.
    Can't pretend abeg.

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  19. Enter your comment...am a Christian and my wife is a Muslim.i be worker sef for my church.10 years now, we still luv our sef like kilode.the two previous relationship I had with xtain was horrible.i promise her I will follow her to Mecca next year.people always ask us if we were sibling.like minds make marriage not religion.

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    2. remember a buddy then, his parent ain't same religion.
      He was indifferent. If we going to church, he tags along, when he is around our muslim friends, he also religiously conformed. funny enough, he won't fast during ramadan, he would tell you he is a christian only to see him transform into an alfa😁 on Salah day. I loved the cordiality but I was worried if he wouldnt transpose into a freethinker later on

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  20. I can change my religion for love,yes as long as we are serving one God,Allah is God. Yes I can be a Muslim, I have so many Muslim friends .

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  21. Changing religion is not changing church Stella. It is changing from Christianity to Muslim or vice versa, then to either budhism, LDS, Eck etc

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  22. No o. Christianity for life

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  23. Yes. If church can not change you, church the church

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    1. πŸ‘‚πŸ‘‚

      but if the church can change you, church the CHANGE

      if the CHANGE can not church you, change the changeπŸ˜‡.

      love how you punned with the word though




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  24. Capital NO because there is no God in the other religion. Agaghim Aworship Ihe Apiri Api.

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  25. change is constant. change is a variable in this aspect, so I definitely won't change.

    region is a language, we just have to speak one. speaking isn't communicating, but a tool for communication. Some think the religion they speak is the only true channel to project God. Yet they still fail at projecting God.
    such monomaniacal creatures.


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    1. My dear You don write thesis on top this small question oπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜˜

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    2. auto correct that 'did' it.
      πŸ™

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  26. Never Ever. I'm so much into Jesus to let even Love sway me away.

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  27. capital NO...and i wouldn't want someone else to change Theirs because of me except the person willingly accept to do so.

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  28. Religion is man made. 5mins after you were born,they give you name,decide your nationality,religion and sect and you spend the rest of your life defending something you didnt choose. Humanity is key and not one foreign religion

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    1. Oil dey your head.
      Religion is a scam.

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  29. City chocolate20 June 2019 at 19:39

    No I can't and would never. Can't trade Jesus for anything

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  30. No.
    I am standing on the Solid Foundation, Jesus Christ.
    He has my heart forever.

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  31. I am in love with the One who loved me first.
    I can't leave Him for anything. Or anyone.

    I have fallen in love with Him. He's perfect. He's my everything. I love the quiet moments with Him, when I crawl into His arms after a long day. After a difficult time. When I'm crying and He's singing over me and I'm surrounded by Him.

    The times I hate myself and I wonder what He sees in ne and He comes and shows me that I am so precious to Him and nothing can take me away from Him and He loves me forever.

    The times during worship that He comes and dances with me. Our hands are entwined together and I never want to let go.

    The times during studying of His Word that I see Him there, teaching me Himself.

    Where would I go, Lord? You alone have the Words of eternal life.

    He has my heart, all of it, forever. It's His, to do as He deems fit.

    Falling in love with Jesus is the best thing ever. I have told Him that if there's anything that wants to separate us, He should take me first to be with Him, because I cannot live a second without Him.

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    1. I love this. May your relationship with HIM even become deeper I pray. It's the best relationship

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  32. Some of you sound like Muslims are not worshippers of God. But I bet you, a lot of them (Muslims) are more committed in the service of God that some of us who are Christians.

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    1. Christianity is a religion of coward and hypocrites.
      I was born into it but that's my views about Christians, Muslim are more committed but I'm not just a person.

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  33. No be what believe in religion go change? Can't become religious for anybody not to talk of change.

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  34. Yes I can and I'm actually taking some time to know a little about a couple of other religions.
    Cos to me, d fact that I was born into a certain religion doesn't make it d most valid one, I have to be sure it's d most logical as well.
    And as humans, we are naturally curious, therefore d curiosity should extend to religious areas too.

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  35. I can't. Had one Muslim friend like that who is everything I wanted in a man. But he's a devoted Muslim and from Osun.I am Igbo and a Christian, we talked about religion and tried to work things around but no way, he's too devoted and kept saying I must change. I was cool with him practising his without trying to change him......I still regret that till today but its better we didn't date. I'm yet to find someone like him though.

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  36. I'm from the east. Sometimes I used to feel like converting to Islam meanwhile I'm a staunch Christian.

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