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1  Fellowship / Just For Women / Re: Struggling with 'Unequally Yoked' Problem on: July 17, 2011, 11:17:45 PM
Thank you Tom.  It helps to hear someone comfirm my thoughts & offer a Word of Hope from the Lord.  God Bless!
2  Fellowship / Just For Women / Struggling with 'Unequally Yoked' Problem on: July 17, 2011, 02:36:48 AM
Hi, I am new to the site.  I have an issue I must deal with and I need some advice.  My fiancee & I have been living together for several years.  I recently became saved (I thought I had been already, but was not really)  Anyway, since becoming a true chrisitian & studying God's word & seeking Him in all things, I have become very burdened with something.  My fiancee, although knowing what the Gospel is, does not want to become a Chrisitian, accepting Christ, or living according to His Commands.  I don't think he understand's that He needs a Savior.  I have talked to him about it, but he tells me when he is ready he will & he is Not ready.  Basically tells me to leave him alone about it.  He doesn't mind me talking about My faith & joy about my Salvation, however, which is good at least.   But, I do not think it would be wise to marry him since we are unequally yoked & I can already see how different our view points have become on many issues.  I have 3 children from a previous (abusive) relationship, but my fiancee has been in their lives since they were very young.  They love him very much & he loves them very much.  But I still don't feel right to marry him.  However, breaking off our relationship will be very devastating to my kids, especially my daughter who has known only him as a father since she was 2 1/2.   I only recently started back going to church & do not know anyone well enough to entrust them with this burden, that is why I ask for advice here anonymously. 
I am not in a position to ask him to leave or to leave myself right now b/c I am unemployed & cannot afford to move out or pay bills myself.  I pray for him & I know God Can save Him if it is His will to show my fiancee that Grace, but it is hard to know exactly what I should do or how to handle it, or how long I should wait.  I was going to wait until I get a job & then discuss our future regarding marriage at that time, so that if we do break up, I can take care of myself & the kids on my own.  I don't feel right continueing to live together for just an endless time without being married.  I do not want to sin against God or go against His will.  (although I have abstained from sex)  I am just so torn about how to deal with this, he will be angry & hurt if I will not marry him over this issue, the hurt of my kids, and I am afriad he will blame God & turn away from Him even more.  I have been saying alot, thank you all for 'listening'.  I am grateful for any & all advice.  God bless!
3  Theology / Prophecy - Current Events / Re: Will the Body of Christ Go Through the Tribulation? [MUST READ] on: May 24, 2011, 07:41:08 AM

Yes we will.  Christ & His Apostles taught of One gathering of people, after the tribulation, before Armegeddon.
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