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HisHonesty

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About HisHonesty

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    Thanks to everyone who has ever helped me with anything on CTF but I no longer use this account. God bless you all!
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  1. I have a friend, we'll call him P. A few days ago, I found out that P really likes me, and I like him a lot, too. He knows that I know about his feelings (which were supposed to be a secret), but he has no idea that I feel the same way. So I want to tell him, but I don't really know how to bring it up. I want to talk to him about it in person, so how would y'all recommend approaching this situation? Much love Update: I totally forgot that I posted about this on here! I played it like a junior high kid and told our mutual friend who told him and we are happily dating now
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    Atheist Dad?

    Thanks lovelies! Anytime someone tries to force their opinion on me, I resent it, so why would it be any different for him? Thanks again!
  3. You have a beautiful background picture.

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      HisHonesty

      Thank you so much, Delores! I wish I could take credit for it, but I found it on Google Images a while back! haha

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    My mom is starting to pressure me about this.

    I actually just wrote a "This I Believe" essay on this. I believe it it okay to not have any idea what you're doing, you'll figure it out eventually. Also, no decision is final. You're only a freshman, you have so much time to figure out what you are passionate about. Hopefully, you'll end up with several passions and you'll explore each of them. It's okay to change your mind. There will come a time when you need to make a decision, but it doesn't have to be permanent. Your time to decide hasn't come yet. Do well in school, pursue your interests, and have fun. There's plenty of time to worry about adult responsibilities, but not a lot of time to enjoy childhood.
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    Non-Christian Boyfriend

    I dated a boy a few years ago who was an atheist and he didn't treat me very well and sometimes mocked my beliefs. After we broke up, he spread a few rumors about me that I can't seem to get away from. Based on personal experience, I would say to ask him of he's a Christian before you let this go any further. If he isn't, it's not your job to change him. Hope this helps, lovely ❤
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    Atheist Dad?

    Hi y'all, thanks for taking the time to read this. So my dad just said something condescending about Christians, which is not unusual for him, to which I replied by asking if he was an atheist, and I was stunned when he flat out said "Yes." Naturally, I asked why, and he said some things that were completely false and disregarded all of my arguments as wrong. The argument got relatively heated until my mom changed the subject. I feel hurt and worried for my dad, who is a wonderful man that I love dearly. I want him to understand God's love so badly, but I don't want him to resent me (or religion even more than he already does) for trying to push him. I've thought my whole life that he was just skeptical, I had no idea that he actually didn't believe in God. Any advice?
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    Do Jews go to Heaven?

    I don't try to lead a Christian life simply to go to heaven. I live like this to please God and hopefully be an example of Godliness in such an ungodly world. I agree that heaven is just the icing on the cake of knowing God, but it is a prize just the same.
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    Do Jews go to Heaven?

    I apologize for being offensive but if hell is punishment, the opposite of a punishment is a reward, and the opposite of hell is heaven. Heaven is our reward for loving God and striving to be Christlike.
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    Do Jews go to Heaven?

    Ok guys, I completely forgot about this verse: 'Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."' John 14:6. That answers my question. To the people saying that God would never condemn anyone because He is so loving, then what would be the point in loving and worshiping Him if even nonbelievers are saved? Just some food for thought.
  10. A really good friend of mine likes this boy (let's call him Esteban Julio Ricardo de Larosa Ramirez), and she thinks he likes her, too (but he doesn't). The problem is that Esteban likes me, I don't like him romantically and I already have a boyfriend. Should I tell my friend that he likes me? Or should I just keep my lips zipped? i would really appreciate everyone's opinions, thanks in advance!
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    I Love My Mom... But...

    My dad wouldn't really care that it is unbiblical seeing as he isn't a Christian (he believes in some sort of higher power, but wouldn't necessarily call it God). My dad probably wouldn't care if I dated any one of those, he only cares if I date black men because he buys into the way they are often depicted in movies (as sex-crazy hoodlums). I compare his statement to someone saying they're not allowed to date blondes (totally baseless and unreasonable).
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    I Love My Mom... But...

    Parents, can't live with 'em, but can't live without 'em. I've always been pretty attracted to black guys, which my parents don't like considering that they were in elementary school when integration started. My dad says that I'm not allowed to date anyone that isn't Caucasian (which I haven't listened to, so I won't start now). So I'm in the Christian minority here who supports gay marriage simply because I know what it's like for someone to try and tell you who you can and cannot love. Every time my parents have talked to me about this, I start crying uncontrollably (and I'm not emotional) because I just can't understand them. My white boyfriends so far have been overly affectionate (with me AND flirting with other girls), atheist, kind of punky, and democratic (we're republicans), while my black boyfriends have been respectful, polite, athletic, devout Christians, and republicans. Sorry, I kinda needed to rant, too. I pray that your mom learns to be more accepting and Christ like. Try to remind her that Jesus didn't discriminate, so why should we? I understand your eating problem, I used to be just like that. For about a year, I would only eat about 600 calories (give or take a few) a day, and when I'd try to talk to any of my friends they would say, "Just eat." as if it were that simple. You just need to try to commit yourself to healthy eating (fruits, veggies, beans, lean meats, whole grains, lots and lots of water), you'll learn to love it after a while. Workout for an hour or two every day and you'll build muscle, making it easier to burn calories. It's a hard situation to be in, but God will help you, I promise. I'll be praying for you. God bless
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    Preaching

    I don't know if this is the right forum or not to put this in, but here goes. One of my friends (we're not close) was witnessing to a bunch of people today. Every time I passed by him, he was trying to convert someone new to Christianity. If I had to guess, I'd say at least 25% of my school is atheist/agnostic, so it really warmed my heart to see him shining the light of Christ. A few people were even tearing up because they didn't want to believe but he was just so convincing. I don't know that he changed anyone's minds, but he surely made them think. Glory to God.
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    My faith is almost dead.

    I'll be praying for you, maybe this video will help www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gzfwL0Q9yk If you can't click it or copy the URL, search for the channel LizziesAnswers on YouTube, then look for her video titled, "I can't feel God! (Faith Isn't an Emotion).I hope this helps and know that satan is an opportunist; he tries to take over any chance he gets. But God won't let you leave Him, He is there, I promise.
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    She's not above the influence.

    A girl that used to live next door to me has recently started hanging out with bad influences. She's been sneaking out, having sex, smoking, getting wasted, and skipping class. She was once Catholic, but now doesn't care about God's word, she hasn't been to church or youth group in over 5 months. Please keep her on your long term prayer list, thank you.
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