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Alhamdulillah! Today is our (Yolanda and Faheem's) 43rd wedding anniversary. So it was easy to decide what the Khutbah should be about. Allah knows best. I know that there are so many profoundly worthy Muslim women and men in our communities who are unmarried due to multi-varied cirmcumstances. I sincerely and personally, pray to Allah for them that Allah blesses them with someone loving and worthy of their companionship and partnership in this journey of life.
A number of unmarried black women has substantially grown, the actual birthrate (measured by births per 1000) for black women is at the lowest point that it’s ever been. So while a larger number of black women are choosing not to marry, many of those women are also choosing not to bring kids into the world which is not a good thing for our race. But why? There are so many single Black Women, yet society makes us feel like we are bitter or angry when we want to vent and get some things off of our chest. We are going to get some issues off of our chest to heal. It’s easy for the man to run away yet is it just as easy for the women to run away from her responsibilities? What about the guy that keeps poppin out babies from multiple women? We can’t be angry about that? Tune in to find out
How America views the destruction of black families
Join us TONIGHT on DiLT, and meet "Blissfully Unmarried" cast members: Teddy Ames, Kinda Stroud and Asaki Kuruma. "Blissfully Unmarried" is an independent film written and produced by filmmaker Derrick Shaw of Ruby Street Productions, starring Dante "DaDarkKnight' Johnson. And later, the DiLT team will respond to riveting letters from listeners who are "living a lie". Join Dante "DaDark Knight", Darla Jerome, Sharra and Cookie, as we entertain you with a unique brand of talk show topics and humor. Sunday May 26th at 7PM EST
The Joy of Sex According to Paul.
Now Paul starts to address some of the things the Corinthians wrote to him about. Apparently, they had a lot of questions about sex. Paul tells them that if people can't stop themselves from getting it on with each other, then they might as well get married. Once you're married, men and women shouldn't withhold sex from each other. Of course, Paul isn't thrilled to have to give this advice. He's a bachelor and thinks everyone should be shrugging off sex like him. But he realizes that not everyone is going be able to live up to his level of awesomeness. Paul's advice is to stay that way. But if you can't keep it in your pants then, by all means, put a ring on it. Rules for Marriage. Christians who are married to unbelievers shouldn't divorce their spouses. As long as the non-believer of the pair is fine living with a Christian, they should be cool with it. Yes, in the last chapter, having sex with a prostitute made you a prostitute, but, don't worry: a Christian spouse actually makes their non-believing spouse holy. Paul thinks that Christians should just let it be. More advice, this time for virgins! Thinking about getting married? Think again. Married people have all kinds of problems. But unmarried people can just keep their eyes on the prize—life with God. That is, when they're not thinking about sex. The end of the world is coming soon, Paul explains. So soon, none of this stuff is going to matter. God is going to swoop in and wipe it all away, and give faithful Christians their reward. That's why it's better to keep your focus on the Big Guy instead of trying to snag Mr. Right. Remember, if you're just some sex fiend who can't control himself, go ahead and get married. You're more blessed when you stay single, Paul says. (Typical man. Won't commit.)
Join Dr. Michelle Harris in an exclusive interview with Apostle Daryl O'neil. He is the author of "An to the Unmarried I Say."
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Proverbs 7:24 Now therefore, listen to me, my children;Pay attention to the words of my mouth:
"Don't be fooled by good looks, smooth talking, a nice _____, or sagging pants, tattoos, cute smile, money to burn on you, but can't be seen with you in public and is a little "separated," from their spouse. I tell you to, "run Forrest run," don't walk, don't stop, keep calling on the name of Jesus, because that person, was sent to take you to "hell," and "IS NOT FOR YOU!"
Ladies and gentlemen, let me make it plain, so you understand. If he or she has a spouse and there are no legal papers saying they are divorced, he or she is married in the eyes of the law and God. Don't let the word, "separated" fool you, if they are not unmarried, in every way and pursue you, keep it moving. Let God deal with the cheaters, not you.
Know this my unmarried brothers and sisters, let God take or send you, your other half. "Adam you will find your rib, and Eve your Adam will find you, just wait on the Lord."
This episode profiles single women over 35 that embrace their unmarried status and want to show you how! Jean Day is a 41 year old single African American female, never been married and no children. She has a Master's degree in Clinical psychology and 17 years experience as a therapist and/or college instructor. She is currently pursuing a PhD. Jean's perspective is that as statistics show, an African-American female, with the higher the education, she is the least likely to find a mate.
Julia Skeesick is the founder of LifeScape Coaching and over the past several years she has worked with both male and female clients that are predominantly single. She has seen first hand the pressure to be part of a couple in our culture and for some, a level of isolation and judgement both from self and others that comes with being solo.She is a 49 year old, attractive, divorced woman that is very happily single and have chosen not to be in a relationship for the past 5 years. Julia will share her experiences and on responses received from others when they hear her choice.
Xavia Fox is single and ready to mingle! She is a Public Speaker, Certified Life Coach, Workshop Facilitator, Entrepreneur, Xavia is one of the most sought and result producing experts on Personal & Professional Empowerment on the scene. She is passionate, bold and engaging. She specializes in coaching individuals who are interested in achieving extraordinary goals! Her concentration is to assist those who are ready for a change, to find their “Passion”. Her goal is to empower you professionally & personally so that you can create the life you desire to live!
High school reunions can be hazardous to a marriage in trouble, particularly when people run into old boyfriends and girlfriends. We often start thinking "What if I had married him instead? What if I had married her instead? What would my life be like? Would I be happier than I am now?" In later years, after a death or divorce ends a marriage, people often start looking up old flames. Facebook has been a common vehicle to find a long lost love from the past, and some have found that their old high school sweethearts still excite their interest. This could work if both people are single, but sometimes one party is married, and the surprise intrusion in their life could cause a problem, if they happen to be going through a rough period with their spouse. If you are unmarried, should you try to renew an old romance? Or is it best to move forward and discover someone new that is a truer reflection of the person you now are? Can you reconcile a past romance when there was a bad break up? How do you say "I'm sorry" to someone whose heart you may have broken? Can you rekindle an old flame? Should you even try?
The Female Solution w/ Naimah Latif.
High school reunions can be hazardous to a marriage in trouble, particularly when people run into old boyfriends and girlfriends. We often start thinking "What if I had married him instead? What if I had married her instead? What would my life be like? Would I be happier than I am now?" In later years, after a death or divorce ends a marriage, people often start looking up old flames. Facebook has been a common vehicle to find a long lost love from the past, and some have found that their old high school sweethearts still excite their interest. This could work if both people are single, but sometimes one party is married, and the surprise intrusion in their life could cause a problem, if they happen to be going through a rough period with their spouse. If you are unmarried, should you try to renew an old romance? Or is it best to move forward and discover someone new that is a truer reflection of the person you now are? Can you reconcile a past romance when there was a bad break up? How do you say "I'm sorry" to someone whose heart you may have broken? Can you rekindle an old flame? Should you even try? Today we explore the posibilities, with our co hosts Mark Shahid, Muneera Habeel, and our guest co-host Myeka Bevel.
Single,Saved, and Satisfied in Ministry
Pastor Tracy L. De Volt from Tracy L. De Volt Ministries
Tracy received Christ at the age of seventeen. After struggling for three additional years with drug and alcohol addiction, she was completely set free by simply reading and praying daily the Word of God. The power of God’s Word to renew the mind and destroy yokes is her testimony and life’s conviction.
1 Corinthians 7:32 KJV
 But I would have you without carefulness. He that is unmarried careth for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please the Lord:
We will explore how to live victoriously as a single leader.
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The United States Immigration Laws allows certain relatives to file for other relatives. In addition, the intending immigrant has to do either Consular processing or adjustment of status to eventually get the “green card.” Green card holder or lawful permanent resident (LPR) means the same thing.As spouse who is a LPR or United States citizen (USC) can file for a spouse. A child who is age 21 and USC can file for a parent. A parent who is a USC can file for children (married or unmarried). A parent who is an LPR can file for unmarried children. A sibling who is a USC and age 21 can file for another sibling. Aunts & uncle and niece & nephew cannot file for the other. If the intending immigrant is in the US and made a lawful entry, the intending immigrant may adjust status in the US. If the intending immigrant did not make a lawful entry, the intending immigrant if in the US has to return his/her US consulate to be processed for the green card. Undocumented means that that the intending was not inspected and admitted. A person who came to the US undocumented and got married to a USC, the intending immigrant may file for a provisional waiver before (s)he goes to the US consulate to be processed. A person who did not make a lawful entry, stayed in the US for 366 days, and you leave the US, you will be barred for 10 years from coming back. Provisional waiver reduces that time to about two weeks.
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