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Ladies, Would You Marry A Pastor?

"No! Not me! I need a private and hotly romantic life." That's the typical response you'd get from majority of our ladies. Does the fact that a man heeds a call to divine service make him less of a man? Can't pastors be romantic as well? Would that keep his hormones from flowing? Why would a typical lady think that a pastor would be all pious, conservative, and religious when it comes to performing his conjugal rites? Would you marry a pastor if you love him eventually? Yes, you!

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^are you a pastor?do you think pastors wud be "liberal" in bed?won't they consider certain acts "sinful"? Plus after all the shouting et all,are they not just climbing in bed to snore away?lol

Just asking,not saying for sure.

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I do not speak for pastors but I'm sure pastors are as human as anybody: loving, romantic, sensual and lively.

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Romantic Life! Who told them that pastors are not romantic for i would because i am sure about my spiritual life when am married to a pastor since he will be in position to guide me towards the journey to heaven which is the most important than love.

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Ajirebi became a female,a pastors child and dreaming of marrying a pastor himself all on this thread?

Haha,the gods are wise.

@Topic, NO way.Reason: i feel pastors wud be boring in bed.

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You had me laughing today, especially your first paragraph "touch not my anointed" lol.

@ OP if I had to marry a pastor it would definitely not be a Nigerian type of pastor - I subscribe to obowunmi's bold above.  On the other hand, if the person you marry feels called to be a pastor, that's another matter altogether.

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Only a foolish woman will claim that she doesn't want to marry a Pastor. Do you know how much tax-free income you can make ? You can write useless books and sell them to people, Nigerians will buy it. You can manipulate people ?! You can convince people now to speak against you because god says "touch not my annoited." The people responding here, just wouldn't know what to do with power when they have it.

Pastors have power and can control the masses with their power. You can buy private jets, a new house, cars, and amass wealth on earth under the name of "God."

Most people on this thread are referring to marrying an honest man who chooses spirituality over anything else. Otherwise, most pastors in Nigeria are materialistic goons. Not sure why any woman would turn the opportunity down.

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Hell NO! I can't carry that kind of commitment.

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I asked my daughter this particular question few years back who replied with an emphatic no! Her arguement was that pastors' major concern is about going to heaven while she believed in living life to the fullest leaving the issue of heaven to Jesus Christ according to John 14.

I have learnt many lessons from that statement from my teenage daughter than many sermons from my pastors. One of those lessons is to live as human as possible: lively, lovely, sensual, happy, humoros, real and practical be you a pastor or a president as long as you live it God's Way!

So, if I was a woman I would have married a pastor: Pastor Chris Oyakhilome being my first choice then Pastor Tunde Bakare and the likes of them!rried a pastor: Pastor Chris Oyakhilome being my first choice then Pastor Tunde Bakare and the likes of them!

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I always wanted to marry a God fearing pastor because not only would I have a great guy with a great character but I would be serving God which to me is the ultimate. It is so bad that sometimes I ask the guy if his father is a pastor or is he want to be one. I think that partly has to do with the fact that my dad was a pastor and I always wanted to be like my mum as I saw God use both my dad and mother.

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your husband the pastors

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Did you not know of his desire/wish to become a pastor? Or did it happen over-night?

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When you talk about being yourself, what are you now? Fake??

Or are you referring to restraining yourself because it goes with the job of being a pastors wife??

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manmustwac,

We already have--- too bad u are so shallow minded,

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My dears, I married my husband and two years later he was to be ordained a pastor. I love being myself,

Its ok sha

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I don't mind if God says so, but it is not my motive to marry a pastor! Being a pastor wife it is a lot of challenges, u basically become a kind of public figure. People watch everything u say and do! I just want a God-fearing Christian man. Even they said I am suppose to do God's work, but I am trying to find out what it really is for me.

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hmmmm! what do I say. While it may be good for me it can also be quiet a challenge for a girl like me still. See sometimes I need to get a little crazy just to survive (dont worry guys i always know my boundries), now with a husband like that I worry that there may be some restrictions even in mere conversation. I worry that I must always keep it sane/philosophical all the time and that's hard. Madnesses is needed once in a while.

Alao there's an element of the congregation that will always be keeping an eye on you, and one little mistake is turned into a big hooha! I am sorry I cant. Maybe its true, that you will end up with the one you are suppose to be with.

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Haven't you heard of some randy pastors? I've heard.

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well i cant say i blame those who say such things because some pastors with their strict beliefs leaves little room for spontaneity/imagination in marriage.

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