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Mum-of-Three, Laurie Idahosa Addresses Important Dating Tips For Christian Women In Lengthy Twitter Thread

Mum-of-Three, Laurie Idahosa Addresses Important Dating Tips For Christian Women In Lengthy Twitter Thread

Motivatiinal speaker and clergywoman, Laurie Idahosa, has shared some wisdom with Christian women who are single. The mum-of-three took to her Twitter handle to dish out excellent relationship advice to the single ladies. In her lengthy but eyeopening Twitter thread, Laurie cautioned that sharing the same Christian faith was not enough reason to assume that a man might be an ideal marriage partner.

Truly enjoying his company and ascertaining that his values and your values are in sync, whilst not neglecting the attitude of your potential in-laws towards you and the relationship are all vital signs to pay critical attention you when dating to marry according to the clergywoman.

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The author mum shared many more instructive tips to her audience.

Read her words below:

”Not every Christian man is capable of being “equally yoked” with you. Sharing the same faith does not mean that you share the same values, principles or character. Go beyond knowing what he professes to believe. Aim to know his heart, motives, and why he believes as he does.

Marriage isn’t to be rushed into. Testing of character and values takes time. Anyone can carry a mask for a season, especially when there is a goal in mind. Before you say “I Do,” make sure you are there when masks are off and that you are comfortable with what you see.

Marry into a family that loves and values you. Don’t assume that the love between you and him is enough to overcome rejection or other negative emotions from your in laws. If they don’t like you before you marry him, marriage won’t fix it. Go where you are genuinely loved.

Marry a generous person. Marry someone whom you absolutely and completely enjoy. He should inspire and connect with you spiritually, mentally and emotionally. You need to have enough shared interests so that when you grow older, you aren’t looking for ways to escape one another’s company.

Before you marry a man, know what his expectations are of you, as a wife and mother. Ask him to spell it out. Know his thoughts on women working outside the home, on his wife pursuing her academic or career related ambitions. Be sure you share the same philosophy in this area.

Before you marry, look at his habits. Both the healthy and the unhealthy habits create the future. Does he read books, watch TV, play sports, buy luxury items, gossip, drink or smoke, gamble, work out, pray, eat junk food, etc.? His habits are a glimpse into your next 50 years.

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