My husband is not a religious person. He is a Hindu too. Whenever we fight, the only topic he brings about is my faith in Jesus. He doesn't understand the importance of Bible.
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He just doesn't respect my Faith. That is the only thing I'm worried about. Apart from that, we are a very happy couple.
What a beautiful expression of wisdom! Well said!
I don put him under pressure...I never bring up this topic...my hubby is more of a Hindu fanatic...I just want him to respect the principles I follow as equally as he respects his own..Thanks a lot for taking time and replying.
I Never pry into his space. It's just the other way around. He doesn't want me to follow Christianity. This is the only topic which he uses to target me in every argument. That's the only thing bothering me Sir.
Thanks for taking time and giving me some piece of advice friend
Yes sir we love each other a lot. The only thing that creates a rift in our relationship is this. This s the only topic on which v argue. I don want to force him into this. But my hubby on the other hand doesn't respect my faith.
I sincerely believe in the same. Thank u.
Respectfully, I don't think there is only one God. God and Allah, for example are not the same. Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life" Allah does not have the Son (Christ). Budha is not God either, He has no Son called Jesus.
We all pray to the same God, although each religion has its own specific beliefs. We are not polytheistic. Therefore, there is only one God-no one has to believe Jesus is the son of God, but there is only one God and therefore her husband is saved.
I have read somewhere that buffaloes will have buffalo as God (with the proportionate understanding of God!)
@BuffaloGal do you mean that God created christian people, Allah created Muslim people, 33, 000, 00, 00 Hindu Gods created Hindu people? And like the people on Earth they are separated by Religion? There is one God, just with different names.
Thank u friend...I'll keep praying.
Thanks a lot...I'll not lose hope.