Rich Woman Wants To Marry Me
Does wanting a rich woman make me bad. I am a gospel singer, and I minister to lots of people, without financial gain. I continue to do so, and I meet some woman whom want me, and care for me. I like to marry, and she's well to do.
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---Aaron on 5/13/05
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Mima .. Many congratulations on your golden wedding anniversary.
I hope you didn't squabble about which of you had put most into that $175 !
---alan8566_of_uk on 8/5/09|
My wife and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary on August the second! We had a great celebration and I feel certain that we married each other for money , in fact we had $175.00 between us the day we got married.
---mima on 8/5/09|
Mark that's so true ...
Some people have an unhealthy obsession with money .... They collect more and more, and exploit others in order to do so ... that itself can't be good for them.
And they suffer huge losses when there's a crunch, and can't face living on ten times or a hundred times what you ore I have
But we must not forget the really poor, who lose the small job they have, and now have nothing, and face eviction with their children from their homes
---alan8566_of_uk on 8/4/09|
Alan, we agree, that is great. what we never found out is if he married the rich lady or not.
I too hope he did the right thing and married her not for her money. While money is good, it doesn't bring permenant happeness. It can actually bring a lot of garbage with it. When there is a recession, they hurt the most, when a person is rich, everyone wants a part of you. Many who lose everything kill themselves. They cannot cope been poor. We are already use to it. Also, no amount of money stop's death.
I married someone who loves the Lord, is rich with love and has been a blessing to me.
---MarkV. on 8/4/09|
It seems to me what has to be asked is what is truly the motive of your heart? Is your desire to get married out of your want for financial gain, because, it just seems to me the way you worded your sentence before, that this woman cares about you, but it does not seem that you truly love her back, and that you are mostly marrying her for her money. I think you should devote some of your time to thoughtful prayer to the Lord, and truly ask yourself what is the main reason I am thinking of marrying this woman? If it is not for Godly reasons ultimately, and just for financial gain, i would advise not to marry her, for there could be major problems in your marriage if you both do not truly love one another.
---nicole on 8/4/09|
MarkV .... Maybe you are right!
But I hope, for Aaron's sake, that he did not marry a woman just because she was rich.
---alan8566_of_uk on 8/4/09|
You're probably right. But... people don't necessarily write comments for the benefit of the ones who post the questions--they write for the rest of the people, here, the ones who keep them entertained.
2005 or 2009... does it really matter? 75% of all questions around here are more than outdated by some years. Yet the threads stay active until all have had a chance to throttle everyone they possibly can.
There are plenty more Aaron's where this one came from. Bet on it: and that people are basically quite ignorant. LMAO
---BruceB on 8/3/09|
What is your motive? That is what the Lord will judge you on and from what I'm reading, you need to do some self-assessment or self examination of your heart concerning this person. After this pray & fast until you get a clear answer from God and leave your emotions at bay.
In Christ Love,
---Sandra on 8/2/09|
Helo! I would like to ask u if u have consulted god about this marriage? The lord ordains marriage. He will bless it if she is the one he has choosen for you. Dont ask us. Go to god.
---Sunnie on 8/2/09|
I believe Aaron is right now singing with all his heart and with a lot of money in his pocket and a women next to him, since he posted the questions in 2005.
---MarkV. on 8/2/09|
Julie's got it right. Marry her. If you're gonna get married, regardless, you're better off takin' the babe with bucks. Got any idea of the cost of a wedding, these days? Then ya got all that ongoing maintenance... and overhead, too. And with the way the economic system is headed...?
A well-capitalized marriage will give you a much better shot at having your endeavor become profitable--and, you can keep it a private enterprise, too. Nothing less profitable than a public, not-for-profit marriage (unless you're the Government.)
And remember, when it all falls apart...: Mi shekel es su shekel.
---BruceB on 8/1/09|
Pat: Now you've got to admit that Imitaz sounds like a really great catch!
---jerry6593 on 8/1/09|
No you are lazy and slothful so wanting a women to care for you (a man) is pathetic regardless of religious idealism
but your post does point out the obvious ...you see a RICH women ...didn't even bother to mention how you enjoy her company or love or anything about this women other than she is RICH ...you see a women with $$$$
It seems to be the attention of women wanting you and caring for you is far more important than companionship anyway
---Rhonda on 7/31/09|
i can't help it....i find your post very amusing... thanks for making my day lol
---pat on 7/31/09|
i male 26 but poor i want to do marry with rich women or girl if u like me plese call me at ths no 00923219055032
---imtiaz_ahmad on 7/31/09|
Whether you may marry a well-to-do woman can be a *decoy* issue to keep you from looking at all that you really need to be dealing with. Why would how much money she has get so much of your attention?
How about how she is about her money? And do you need to be asking why she STILL has a lot of money, considering how much God might have her do for others so then she would not have so much? What's she doing with it, ALREADY? What is she making of it?
But, still . . . all of that can be a *decoy* issue. Can you reliablty make sure with God, about things? "And this I pray, that your love may abound still more and more in knowledge and all discernment." (Philippians 1:9)
---Bill_bila5659 on 8/21/08|
(1) Seek ye first the kingdom of God and all his righteousness and all these things shall be added on to you(Matt. 6:33). As a minister of God are you doing that? If so, here comes your blessing from the Lord.
(2) Pray and ask God -- our father -- for His direction. Ask and it shall be given you, seek, and you shall find, knock, and it shall be opened unto to you(Matt. 7:7-6).
"To God be the glory"
---Bai on 8/21/08|
Would you marry her if she was poor? Would you love her the same if she had no money? The answers to these questions is what makes it right or wrong.
---Shaz on 7/30/08|
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---Ezekiel on 8/11/07|
Why should how much money have make a difference whether to marry or not. Do you love her for herself or for her money that is the question you must ask and be honest about. If you marry her for her money yes, it is wrong. If you marry because you believe God has brought her to you and you love her than what is the problem.
---Marla on 3/23/07|
Brother, if you can marry a rich women that is great. If you marry a poor women, that is great too. Now if they both love you and you had to make a choice then it would be hard. You will have to search their hearts. But for now you have the rich one that wants you, so if you think you are ready go for it. Who knows what God has in store for you but God. Could be that with that money you will help others. Somehow it all has a reason. Just be happy and do it for the glory of God.
---Lupe2618 on 6/16/05|
If you truly love and understand each other, then go ahead and marry her but please don't marry her just for her money. Have you two been dating lately ? If not, try to get to know each other for a while first before jumping into marriage. You should both pray about this situation and if you feel God has sent her to you, then go ahead and get married.
---Nock on 5/18/05|
Wanting to marry a rich woman makes you smart unless, of course, you're marrying her just for her money.
---Albert on 5/14/05|
Pray about it, then see what happens.
---Eloy on 5/13/05|
If you are a gospel singer, you are in a ministry and God will take care of you. Do you sing for money or is it really a ministry? If you marry for money, you will be one unhappy person.
---shira_5965 on 5/13/05|
If you read the bible it does tell you that if you are married the man should not be supported by the woman. But you miss the point, the wanting makes the situation bad. Again, if you read the bible, find what happens when you are 'found wanting.'
---gregg4933 on 5/13/05|
I think its a real blessing for a gospel singer to be wanted in marriage to a wealthy person so that she can support you as you focus on what you are called to do. There are kings and priests in the kingdom, the kings bring in the money and the priests minister in the house of God. Don't feel guilty as long as you love her because if you don't then all the money in the world wont satisfy when the lights are out and you are holding each other in your arms.
---lisa on 5/13/05|
And your problem is?
---Julie on 5/13/05|
Does wanting a rich woman make you bad? Yes and no...if you want a rich woman for her money...yes. If God has called her to be your wife, then no. But the question I would ask is would your attitude change if she had no money?
---Micha6835 on 5/13/05|