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Sunday, December 20, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

 



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    1. Na after you marry finish you go no sat nothing like open-mindedness. If ure a Muslim lady, you can marry a Christian but don't ever marry a Muslim man hoping he will let you continue your religion. He will eventually pull your Children to Islam and his family will disturb you and see you as an outcast. Talking from experience

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    2. @20:39 your own experience o!didnt happen like that to others

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  2. #EndSWAT #Endpolicebrutality Phoenix20 December 2020 at 18:07

    No. We can be different in other aspects but there must be a common factor between us

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  3. Lately, unnecessarily hard and a put off. I am catholic, met an Igbo lady who attends Christ embassy and that was it -religious denomination became an issue for us.
    Redeemed member prefers fellow redeemer et al - not that I have anything against one's choice but that's not the yardstick to measure who a good man/woman is.
    So, Christian religion/denomination is a big problem.

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    1. Follow her to Christ embassy. Don't worry they will soon piss her off and she will leave the church .

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  4. No. Not advisable. Tribe, yes. But not faith. Think of the children. Why confuse their young brains?

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  5. I can't
    Even within the christian faith, there are some denominations that I cannot settle for.
    Religion is a big deal for me

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    1. What a Wow!!!
      What happened to the saying that "God is the same everywhere"?
      Or is your God different from the God of other denominations?

      Christianity is a problem.
      It will discriminate other religions. Inside the Christianity, Christian denominations will discriminate themselves and Christians will still claim they are preaching love...

      Ponder over this " there is humanity before religion "

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  6. Wait abeg! Why is it that when side chick visits and prepare you a very delicious meal as a guy you mostly do everything in your capability to make sure that food finishes that same day ? Cause main chick knows you can’t make ofe sala ? Coming unannounced & inspecting the pots in the kitchen is barbaric too
    Pls as the brand ambassador of” single guys” dem say make I tell una make una cool down this 2021, food don expensive

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  7. I can't even befriend.

    Chei when I am talking Christ, he will be talking Allah, abi ogboni or what?

    Mbanu, Kolewek. Birds of the same feathers flock together

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  8. Me wey don date one babalawo pikin during school Days

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. Jerry.. u just made my day.. u no well at all.. you need to treat a doctor not the other way round ..hehehe LMFAO

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  9. I married someone in Christ. Not just someone that goes to church. There is a difference between going to church and being a believer in Christ.
    I rejected billionaires that were church goers, not to talk of those of totally strange philosophies. πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹

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    1. In your dreams.

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    2. @21:21
      Why "in your dreams?" To you it is all about money, isn't it? How much does your soul cost?

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  10. I can't be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. Never. That is selling ones soul.

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  11. Yes. Love and respect is all I want

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  12. No. Hell no! We must allign spiritually.

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  13. Am an ogbanje so am looking for who will understand who I am and what I believed in he can be a pastor of any church I don't care let him just allow me to follow my own

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    1. Exactly, do yours make i do mine without any hindrance.. aside that we are good. So, it's a yes

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    2. Anon 19:24 you dig,i don't want someone that will change my position when i place my legs on the wall in the middle of the night πŸ˜‚ a baby girl got to go for meeting πŸ™„πŸ˜Ž

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  14. To think that people will give away true love for religion is something I can never understand.So if you see someone that ticks all the boxes but practices another religion,you are willing to throw all that away ??

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    1. Don't be selfish. Think about d future, d children. Except u are not a strong one and didn't believe in what was passed to u. I attended Sunday school, when to Children Evangelism ministry (CEM) programmes, teenagers outreach ministry (TOM) and loved it. I wouldn't like my kids to miss it because of a feeling that won't last forever. Love is not ALL that keeps a home.

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    2. Are you for real pwetie? Love is not ALL that keeps a home πŸ₯΄πŸ˜. Are you married?
      When you get married then you will know 85% love keeps the home 🀷🏾‍♀️

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    3. So you would force your kids to practice your religion?

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  15. I can't
    I can only marry a believer (A Christian)

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    1. Who is a believer? A pastor that fornicates or an Alfa that fornicates? Abegi... Are you a believer? Okay.. I believe you!

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  16. NO. At least let me make things easier for myself

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  17. No, I can't. Even my family will not agree
    But my neighbor is a Muslim and she a Christian. They seem to be happy though.
    #chinnyo

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    1. Because they are not myopic

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  18. Am a Christian married to a muslim my kids and I go to church because he isn't judgemental let me shock you he gave our kids all d christian names they bear he's yourba am igbo,if my husband read and argue bible passage with you,you as a Christian u go shut up am lucky to have him he always tells me he married for love not religion,so yes I can marry someone diff from my religion and tribe na understanding matter biko

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    1. Yinmu πŸ₯΄πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜.
      How old are your kids? Future will tell if your boys don't become Muslims. Been married for 18years and I did all the hard work, took the boys to church every Sunday and immediately my first son turned 14 story started and now my son's are Muslims.
      Mtcheeeeew 😏

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    2. My kinda guy. thumbs up to him!!

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    3. Is you me, or is I you. Same here mine is yoruba and I am edo. My husband dey read bible ooo, he use to go with me to church too. All his siblings are Christian and the mother too. I pray God will touch him and myself to be only praying for heaven. Real born again.

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    4. Anon, you are one of the lucky ones, thank God for you, a relative of mine wasn't so lucky, everything was fine the man would be the one to wake the children up and prepare them for church on Sunday morning, immediately he paid their mum's bride price (her parents refuse to collect before because of this religion issue, but she got pregnant and moved in with him)wahala started, this man changed totally, no more church for the kids.

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  19. for those asking how to do a two step authentication.
    *Tap or your profile picture in the bottom right to go to your profile.
    Tap in the top right, then tap Settings.
    *Tap Security and then scroll down and tap Two-Factor Authentication.
    *Tap the second option, which will have them send code to your number ( the one you registered with)
    You can also choose to do it manually

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  20. Yes yes yes! So far he does not do evil and has a pure heart. Abi, i can't remember where it's written in the bible that Christianity is the way to heaven, or Muslims, or idol worshippers or whatever.. so far you don't do anything evil. God is unpredictable

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  21. Religion divided my family tore it apart. You can start as a muslim nd end up a Christian. Nobody practicing religion can ever be spiritual; if u say u are, youre decieving yourself. Spirituality is originality. Religion is a set of rules by selfish chauvinistic unloving people. How can u hate another for their belief? Damn d world is sick and religion is a disgusting cancer to humanity.

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  22. I grew up like that... Dad from Kano state (hausa) and alhaji, Mum from ogun state (yoruba) a Christian and it worked.. and as I speak am a Christian so kini big deal..I am spiritual NOT religious. as Muslim get em own for body na so Xtian get.. I don't discriminate.. ya!

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  23. No, sounds stressful.

    I am a spiritual person and I don't need a dogmatic person to deal with.

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