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relationship conflicting relgions- advice please….?

Hello, ive spent my life seeking and have lived in India stuydging hinduism, buddhism, taoism, hare krishna, yoga, then went to USA and studied shamanism,reiki, mediumship, then back to UK studying wicca, paganism and spiritualism, i beleive in God and angels and jesus, and all the other ascended masters , i wouddnt label myself as anything but i do believe and pray and meditate and practice yoga everyday. Anyway, i met a guy in the gym today and he was perfect for me, spiritual and gorgeous, but he was a christian, he started to talk to me about it and it was really interesting, i have explored christianity myself a few years abck but it wasnt for me, too many rules and very closed minded, but it was rerfreshing to chat about God because most blokes i meet are not into it, anyway, im worried that he will try and convert me, they always try to , it really pisses me off because ive found my own way, im my own guru, and he said that he wants to get rid of witches.
Its so sad that christians havent moved on since the year then thousand, they are unevolnved spiritually and still are hung up on witches, most witches are white witches and good people, im really attracted to this guy though, why did my guides plant him in my destiny? Is it a test to see if i will convert to christianity?- which i couldnt because i woudl be lieing to myself , im just curious as to why i met him, there is obviously an attraction here and what we attract is because we are vibrating that energy out, so simply its is a pure love, but i cant connect with someone who will try to constantly convert me and diss my beliefs, what do you think? is this a test to see what i will do? why was he sent in my life?? Any insight and wisdom would be appreciated


  1. You conflict your own arguments against this guy. First of all, there are plenty more people out there. Secondly, you think there are angels and disembodied mystical masters out there. Your brand of delusion is not that far from his.

  2. I’m kind of like you, I was into Buddhism, wicca, paganism, kaballah before but before that I was a Catholic. I’m an atheist now. I don’t know what advice to give you except that you have to analyze your situation yourself, consider input from others but arrive at your own independent decision.

  3. Christianity will NEVER “move on” nor “evolve”. Truth does not conform to modern fads. Truth is unchangeable. Only our perception of Truth is changeable.
    Since, by your own words, you are not a Christian you should not pursue this Christian man. The Bible tells us not to marry an unbeliever because it will only bring additional hardships. Even you, a non believer, can see the Truth in this. If he’s a Christian he will try to convert you. If he doesn’t he’s a liar. Neither sound like what you want.
    As to why you met him, perhaps…just perhaps…the God you don’t believe in, believes in you.
    May the Lord bless you and your search for Truth.

  4. Know that Jesus is truth. Jesus loves you so very much! 😀 Jesus wants you with Him in heaven. 😀
    Salvation is a FREE GIFT that happens in a split second when you believe in Jesus! It is impossible to lose or “leave” salvation (John 6:39-40, 1 John 5:13).
    The truth about Jesus is that the only way to be saved and to get into heaven and avoid being sent to eternal hell, is by believing in faith alone that Jesus, who is God, died for our sins on the cross as FULL PAYMENT for all our sins, and then Jesus rose from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:1-4). Believe this and you will be in heaven, no matter what!
    Please pray now: “Jesus, please forgive me of my sins. I believe that You died on the cross for my sins and You rose from the dead. Thank You for eternal life!” You will be in heaven with Him forever when you die. 🙂

  5. Obviously, I’m not going to have a conclusive answer. One alternative explanation to the energy that you feel with him, is that may be the effect he has on most every one he encounters if he really is a kind, intelligent, grounded guy. So in that sense it may not be that special.
    Also, you need to make a decision about what you want and about what is good for you. Maybe that is a lesson from meeting him. Connections and feelings only go so far. I’ve had a great connection with a gentleman who ended up stealing money from me.
    I do agree with you wholeheartedly that it is most likely a waste of time to be around any human being who cannot be respectful of your beliefs. It’s sounds like you’ve already answered yourself and now you just need to trust it. He may still be a good conversation partner, it depends on if he agrees to be respectful or not.
    Also maybe he wasn’t sent into your life, maybe he was just at the gym. Or maybe you were sent into his life so his eyes and heart could be opened a little more.
    Please don’t see all Christians with one brush stroke (unevolved spiritually). I think most human beings are doing the best with the options they have in life.
    I wish you the best and hope you find an amazing companion in life, whether it is this gentleman or another.

  6. Don’t pick your religion based on rules or “open” or “close” minded. Pick your religion based on whether it is true or not.
    Jesus said “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” ~ John 14:6
    Jesus himself said that he is the only way to heaven.
    Now to say that something is true and something is false is not being close minded. If I say the U.K. and U.S. government is better than Nazism that’s not being close minded, that’s speaking the truth.
    A father of a child often lays down rules out of love. For example I tell my daughter to not put her finger in the electrical socket. Since she is 1 year old she doesn’t understand why. She doesn’t understand electricity. But I lay down the rules because I love her and I don’t want to see her get hurt.
    Jesus said “If you obey my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have obeyed my Father’s commands and remain in his love. I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete.” ~ John 15:10-11
    God gives us rules because he loves us, not to make us miserable. He wants His joy in our lives.
    God has placed this person in your life for a reason. Will you take another look at God’s Word the Bible? Below are some resources to help you understand more about God and about what your friend believes…
    Free online Bible study
    Free sermons…
    Find a church near you…
    God bless!

  7. Maybe it is the other way around. Maybe God put him into your life so that he will help you find the truth. Christians oppose witchcraft because it worships something other than purely God i.e. nature, etc. God expresses forbids this in the Bible. Why worship the creation, when you can worship the creator? You don’t see witches being hung anymore, though, do you? Christianity is much more diverse now than it was in the Middle Ages. You can’t just say all Christians are close-minded, just like you can’t say all witches practice black magic. There are some legalistic sects, yes, but there are also more liberal churches who believe that all people are made in the image of God and deserve to be treated as such. Maybe you should open your own mind and listen to what he has to say without automatically thinking that it’s not for you because you have had bad experiences. If he is a good guy, he will also listen to your beliefs. And if he is a strong Christian, then he will help to guide you to his own faith without making it seem like he is crusading against yours.

  8. Yeah, that’s a tough one! I would tell this guy straight up, “Look, I’m not interested in any of your proselytizing bullshit. You either like me the way I am or you take a hike. I’m not particularly into your whole religion thing, but I like you anyway and I’m not going to try to change you. Let’s have the mutual respect to let each other be the way we are so we can connect in the ways that we really do connect.”
    If he can’t deal with that and you still want to get involved with him, you’ll probably have great sex and argue a lot.

  9. okay….first off all when talking about Christianity try not to think of it as a religion….Jesus Christ Himself hated religion…Jesus wants a friendship. It is not about rules and regulations and stuff like that…i agree though i myself cannot stand close-minded Christians. But Jesus came to get rid of religion
    My answer to the whole why is he in my life thing is from a Christain point of view…i hope you accept this answer and don’t be closed minded about this…if you are not willing to try to look at Christainity from a non religious point of view then you do not see Christianity…..
    Maybe God has placed this guy in your life to show you the correct path…maybe God is trying to show you the truth and the only way He could get your attention was by using a male

  10. You say you believe in Jesus, however, this is impossible. You cannot believe in Jesus and all sorts of alternative world views, they simply contradict each other.
    You have invented your own god because you refuse to put yourself under the authority of the one true God.
    The insight and wisdom I wish you to have:
    1) You are a sinner and deserve the wrath of God (Romans 3:10, 6:23)
    2) Jesus received the wrath of God in place of all who believe in Him
    3) If you put your faith in Jesus, you will be forgiven of sin and have eternal life (John 3:16, Ephesians 2:8)
    This Christian knows that you are on a path that leads to hell and if he doesn’t hate you, he is compelled to share the Gospel with you so that you too may have eternal life.

  11. It’s not all Christians…..it’s just the weirdo you met….move on….it doesn’t seem like you two have anything in common.


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