To all ladies who are sponsored through university by their fiance especially when he had to sweat blood to raise your school fees, bills, utility and feeding, only to dump him after you graduate because you now realize he speaks bad English, is an illiterate, is not tush, not your spec or not “God’s will” for you, you are carrying heavy curses on your head in all honesty!
Because what you just did is theft!
You collected all his money and refused to give him the promised marriage in return!
That is HARM ROBBERY!
You robbed him of his expectations, joy, dignity, self worth and manliness!
You robbed him of his hope!
You dashed his expectations to the ground and shatter his self esteem beyond repair!
Go and apologize!
Apologize for being a user! An ingrate and a lair!
You knew all along you won’t marry him but you led him on.
Okay, you knew along the line you can’t spend the rest of your life with him but you keep pretending so he can see you through school!
Double curses on ladies who the guy met as a virgin and left as a virgin!
He didn’t touch you. He didn’t defile you.(I’m not saying he should have premarital sex with you. Sex before marriage is sin). He kept you intact then you carried the polished, brand new you -his hard labour and gave it to another man.
Never court a man to use him and dump him! Don’t destroy a man’s hope! Don’t shatter his expectations!
If you know you won’t marry him after graduating, don’t let him sponsor your education.
Work with your two hands and go part time. Sponsor yourself!
Guys, please wise up! If you are not so sure this lady won’t marry you after graduating, don’t waste your resources unless you are doing it as a “brother in Christ” with nothing attached.
We should help others without expecting anything in return.
But when it comes to sponsoring your fiancee to school or establishing a business, be sure they won’t jilt you to avoid a heart break!
Broken courtship won’t be your portion.
Pick right. Allow God to lead you to the right person and you won’t suffer any heart break.
May the good Lord grant you understanding.