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God Rescued Him from Marrying Her

By: R.B.Thohe Pou *


Abstract: This is a true love story about my bosom friend who fell in love with a gal in 2004. But later he discovered her to be a lustful and unfaithful woman. He is very thankful to God for rescuing him from marrying her...

In last summer 2004 - the sun shinned so bright and hot. The whole town looks deserted due to summer heat. However, he was relished in his heart in those long summer days. One day he went to meet his friend and after few days later - the whole atmosphere was changed.

There was a gal name Rachel who lives next door to his friend's residence. In his first sight, he likes her and he assumed that she must be another true Rachel in the Bible. She is a theologian graduate, which made him more impressive and trustworthy.

Gradually he became so closed to her and he was in love with her. He also could easily notice and read her heart that she admires him too. So without taking a second breath - he proposed her to be his life partner.

She accepted his proposal on 21st June the longest summer day and they even promised to marry in 2007 after he got a white-collar job. They were together happily for a month like any other lovers. Hardly they notice how the time passes as they chat, giggle and play computer game in his laptop.

One night he was with her discussing about their present and future love, the wall clock tick at 11:30 pm. In this town - the people go to sleep at 9 or 10 pm. So he was panic, as he cannot go home and sleeps in his house as his parents will lock the room after 9pm. After a short paused, he told her about this genuine condition that he cannot go to sleep in his house.

Then he pleaded her to allow him to sleep in her room, as she was also alone. After litter pestering - she allowed him to sleep in her room. They slept together in one bed but he did not have any intention to do anything bad before their marriage, as he genuinely loves her from the bottom of his heart. He knew that love is not for the sake of love but needs commitment, honesty, faithfulness and sincerity.

He did not know what she must have been thinking about him. But he told her that he should not do anything against the law before the marriage. The night past peacefully with deep sleep and early in the morning before not one go out of the room, she woke up him and he went home. After a few days later - he has to go to different city for his further studies. When he leaves his hometown, she prepared nice chicken curry and packed for him.

With heavy heart they hugged and parted. During his absent, he never expected that she would run after any other guys. He truly loved and trusted her. However what he expected was turned out to be irony. During time of his absent, a fair and tall handsome guy came to her life. She was enticed with his well-built body even though she knew nothing about him.

As he noticed her admiration and lust on him, he took the advantage to enjoy with her during his autumn vacation even though he had a gal friend whom he promised to marry her. Then he proposed her within a few days after he was introduced to her.

She happily consented to his proposal and since then they started to date and enjoy like any other lovers do. She was madly in love and she wants to marry him. She thought he is the prince of the world and most handsome man in this world.

However he was just flirting her just to enjoy with her during his vacation. It was in the month of August-September and the time or season for marriage engagement of this people or community. During this time, an officer from Indian Railway came to her for marriage engagement. So she was dithering what to do now since by now she had three guys in her hand.

The first guy (my friend whom she promised to marry) the second guy whom she wants to enjoy and marry and the third guy (an officer) who came for marriage engagement.

At this juncture - she pestered the second guy to marry her. But as that guy was just flirting her only for enjoyment, he was not ready to accept her marriage proposal. He was just a graduate; he will continue his further study and he is younger to her.

While the guy who came for marriage proposal was an officer and the first guy whom she promised to marry was a bright gentleman with great potentiality to get a sinecure job. Now she is in great dilemma but in her heart she expected and assured that the second guy will marry her. So she flatly rejected the marriage proposal of that officer.

During this time, the second guy who flirted her also came to learn that she had boy friend and he is trying to avoid her giving different excuses after he satisfied with his lust. He then finally rejected her marriage proposal and ditched her to hell.

Now the gal's dream to marry and enjoy with a beautiful home is shattered. One day the second guy who flirted the gal met my friend and told him the entire story about his love with her. Then my friend was greatly shocked to learn about her lust and unfaithful character and he ditched her without any delay.

Finally, now she is alone with deep remorse. Once she had three guys in her hand but now empty handed after other guys learnt more about her unfaithfulness in love. But for a gal like her will soon get many guys because it is easier for such a gal to change her boyfriend than changing her wardrobe.

My friend told me that when he first met her - she seems to be nice and understanding person. But after coming to know more about her, she is indeed only a flirt with full of lust ad nothing inside. She is indeed like a man with angelic face and satanic heart.

If my friend would have not discovered her lust and unfaithfulness on time - he might marry her and later in his absent - she may sleep with many other guys. When my friend learnt all about her lust and unfaithfulness - instead of discouragement and angry on her - he was indeed praising God for His wonderful hand on him protecting and rescuing him from marrying her.

He is thankful to God for helping him to come out from such a lustful and unfaithful woman. My friend told me that when he takes from a narrower perspective, he would easily landed up into discouragement or angry for what she had done to him.

But when he approached from different angles - he sees the wonderful hand of God who rescued him. He understands that there are thousand and thousand of gals who are pretty and faithful and he is not regretted for losing such an unfaithful gal.

For many people - it can be a good lesson to learn from this love story. I felt sorry to learn about my bosom friend who lost his gal friend but I am also happy that he is out of danger from his unfaithful gal friend. For such a woman even after marriage - she will sleep with other guys.

I am sure that there are many guys and gals who pretend to love others out of lust. Therefore it is important for the young gals and boys to scrutinize the true love before opening up their mouth in proposing life partner.

Marriage is not a matter of ephemeral; it is the matter of lifetime matter. Today, the divorcing rate is increasing in every villages, towns and cities because of such kind of women and men who simply married out of lust without any future plan and commitment.

You meet some one but you may not talk to him or her, you may talk to him or her but you may not like him or her. You may like him or her but you may admire him or her. You may admire him or her but you are not ready to fall in love.

You are fallen in love with him or her but you may not want to marry him or her. You are in love and you want to marry him or her but the situation may be not possible. So it takes a long process for a man or woman to choose the life partner.

If some one like you or admire you or even love you it is good that there is some one who loves you but still there is long way to go for marriage.

If we jump from admire to marriage - there is may not be true love and without true love - marriage life may be the most burdensome thing in life. Like this mysterious love story - it may happen to many people without knowing the other person properly.

So we better to be very circumspective in this matter. A learning man learns free of cost but a stubborn man learns with high cost.

(The above names are changed to avoid the identity of the people in the story)


R.B. Thohe Pou contributes regularly to e-pao.net
The writer can be contacted at thohepou@rediffmail.com
This article was webcasted on June 14th, 2006


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