Self-assessment on the truths of God

Questions for our periodic self-assessment tools


1) Current marital status of the applicant.

a) Never married
b) Divorced
c) Widowed
d) Currently married

2) Previous marital status of the applicant

a) Never married
b) Divorced
c) Widowed

3) Are you looking for a compatible mate to date or marry?

a) Looking for someone to marry
b) Looking for someone to date but may consider marriage down the line
c) Not interested in marriage. Just looking for a companion to date exclusively.

4) Which list below (“a” to “g”) best describes the order of importance of the factor listed for the selection of a suitable mate for you? Remember, the first item must represent the strongest factor for you. And the second, the next strongest and so on.

DEFINITIONS (As they apply to our consideration on this website):

Godliness: How much your potential mate agrees with godly truth as written in the Bible (As
measured by the answers they provided to relevant questions on this survey)
Religion: The religious Affiliation or Denomination of your potential mate (Such as Christian,
Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical, Moslem, Hindu, Atheist, etc)
Culture: The community of people with common traditions, customs and beliefs to which your potential match belongs (Anglo-Saxon, African American, Spanish, European, Indian, Chinese, Asian, Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa, etc)
Nationality: Country. Political or Geographic Area of your potential match
Language: Language spoken by your potential match
Age: Age bracket of your potential match, as specified in this questionnaire
Personality: Compatibility of your potential match to your desired qualities in a potential spouse

a) Personality, Language, Culture, Godliness, Religion, Nationality, Age
b) Culture, Godliness, Language, Nationality, Personality, Age, Religion
c) Personality, Culture, Godliness, Language, Nationality, Religion, Age
d) Godliness, Personality, Culture, Language, Nationality, Religion, Age
e) Personality, Godliness, Religion, Language, Culture, Nationality, Age
f) Godliness, Personality, Religion, Culture, Age, Nationality, Language
g) Godliness, Personality, Religion, Age, Nationality, Language, Culture

5) Are you interested in receiving refresher programs that would help you understand what godly marriage is all about and how you can condition your life so you can become successful in marriage? {There is someone out there for everyone, all anybody needs to do to find that someone is search for them. But a successful marriage is not an automatic thing. That is where these refresher programs come in. They help you—as well as your potential mate—to condition your life so that you will become successful in marriage; once that special someone comes into your life.}

a) Yes
b) No

6) If while using our website to find a suitable these refresher programs help you improve your outlook on marriage—how to pick a suitable mate and how to operate in a godly marriage—would you be interested in continuing with further refresher programs that would help you and your spouse maintain a close loving relationship in your marriage that produces in both of you mutual respect and admiration. The programs will come with periodic assessments that will allow you to see your growth in godly marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

7) Faith in God

a) Do you believe in God?
i) Yes
ii) No

b) Do you believe that God is the Creator of everything on the earth and in the universe, including you?

i) Yes
ii) No

c) Do you believe that you are fearfully and wonderfully made with love, and that God has a special plan for you?

i) Yes
ii) No

d) Do you believe that God determines your destiny in life?

i) Yes
ii) No

e) Is it important for your potential spouse to believe in God?

i) Yes
ii) No

f) Which one of these do you believe that best determines the success of marriage:

i) Your knowledge of life and your personal abilities decide how well your marriage succeeds
ii) Your faith in God and obedience to Jesus Christ is all you need for your marriage to be successful
iii) Your financial success and life’s other achievements are responsible for how successful your marriage can be
iv) How well you can read your spouse and prepare yourself to accommodate your spouse’s needs is responsible for your success in marriage

8) In your understanding, which one of these methods do you think best resolves marital issues (we do not believe that you are only going to resort to one method when issues arise between you and your spouse):

a) Quietly communicate with your spouse so the two of you will resolve what you can resolve. Whatever could not be resolve, you would both leave in the hands of God and trust that He would promptly resolve it for you
b) Quietly communicate with your spouse so the two of you will resolve what you can resolve. Continue to force the issues until everything is resolved even when there is a clear line of disagreement that cannot be bridged.
c) Quietly communicate with your spouse so the two of you will resolve what you can resolve. Seek a trusted third party to help you two come to terms on those issues you could not resolve
d) Walk away and let tempers die down so both sides can see things clearly.

9) Do you believe in marriage the way God commanded in the Bible for marriage to be?

a) Yes, in all of its provisions
b) Not entirely
c) Not at all

10) Do you believe that marriage should be between one man and one woman?

a) Yes
b) No

11) Do you believe that marriage is a type for the church; where the husband is to the wife what Christ is to the church?

a) Yes
b) No

12) Do you believe that marriage should be for life; for better or for worse, in sickness or in health, in sufficiency or in lack?

a) Yes
b) No

13) Do you believe that all sexual relations must be between a husband and his wife and must be confined to their marriage only?

a) Yes
b) No

14) Do you believe that sex outside of marriage is sinful and condemned by God?

a) Yes
b) No

15) Do you believe that sex without love could scare a spouse and damage the loving relationship in a marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

16) Do you believe that a wife’s entire desires must be for her husband?

a) Yes
b) No

17) Do you believe that a husband must have a clear understanding of what God desires of Him in responsibility to his wife and children at all times, so he could provide the right leadership and direction for them?

a) Yes
b) No

18) Do you believe that ignoring a spouse amounts to denial of love to that spouse, and deeply hurts the spouse?

a) YES
b) No

19) Do you believe that a wife should submit to her husband in everything?

a) Yes
b) No

20) Do you believe that the husband must be the spiritual leader of his household to be successful as the leader of his household in every other area of life?

a) Yes
b) No

21) Do you believe that a husband must provide strong leadership and spiritual direction for his family, with clear vision and decisiveness?

a) Yes
b) No

22) Do you believe that that a wife must assist her husband, to the best of her abilities, in providing leadership and direction to their family to avoid being guilty of complicity and partial blame for any problems that may result from her husband’s negligence or incompetence?

a) Yes
b) No

23) Do you believe that a spouse’s constant nagging could disrupt the other spouse’s mental fitness and lead to great errors?

a) Yes
b) No

24) Do you believe that nagging achieves nothing in a marriage but rather inflames the situation, causes further rifts and resentment, and delays reconciliation?

a) Yes
b) No

25) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "Circumcision is nothing, and uncircumcision is nothing. Keeping God's commands is what counts." (1 Corinthians 7:19).

a) Yes
b) No

26) Do you believe that a husband must love his wife unconditionally?

a) Yes
b) No
27) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? “If a man seduces a virgin who is not pledged to be married and sleeps with her, he must pay the bride-price, and she shall be his wife.” (Exodus 22:16)

a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

28) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? ““It is good for a man not to have sexual relations with a woman.” 2 But since sexual immorality is occurring, each man should have sexual relations with his own wife, and each woman with her own husband. 3 The husband should fulfill his marital duty to his wife, and likewise the wife to her husband. 4 The wife does not have authority over her own body but yields it to her husband. In the same way, the husband does not have authority over his own body but yields it to his wife. 5 Do not deprive each other except perhaps by mutual consent and for a time, so that you may devote yourselves to prayer. Then come together again so that Satan will not tempt you because of your lack of self-control. 6 I say this as a concession, not as a command. 7 I wish that all of you were as I am. But each of you has your own gift from God; one has this gift, another has that.” (1 Corinthian 7:1-7)

a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

29) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? “To the married I give this command (not I, but the Lord): A wife must not separate from her husband. 11 But if she does, she must remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband. And a husband must not divorce his wife.” (1 Corinthian 7:10-11)

a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

30) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? “A woman is bound to her husband as long as he lives. But if her husband dies, she is free to marry anyone she wishes, but he must belong to the Lord. 40 In my judgment, she is happier if she stays as she is—and I think that I too have the Spirit of God.” (1 Corinthian 7:39-40)

a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

31) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires. Therefore, get rid of all moral filth and the evil that is so prevalent and humbly accept the word planted in you, which can save you." (James 1:19-21).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

32) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. Anyone who listens to the word but does not do what it says is like someone who looks at his face in a mirror and, after looking at himself, goes away and immediately forgets what he looks like. But whoever looks intently into the perfect law that gives freedom, and continues in it—not forgetting what they have heard, but doing it—they will be blessed in what they do." (James 1:22-25).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

33) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "Those who consider themselves religious and yet do not keep a tight rein on their tongues deceive themselves, and their religion is worthless. Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world." (James 1:26-27).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

34) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "Speak and act as those who are going to be judged by the law that gives freedom, because judgment without mercy will be shown to anyone who has not been merciful. Mercy triumphs over judgment." (James 2:12-13).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

35) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? “Refrain from anger and turn from wrath; do not fret—it leads only to evil. For those who are evil will be destroyed, but those who hope in the LORD will inherit the land.” (Psalm 37:8-9).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian


36) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, "Go in peace; keep warm and well fed," but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it? In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead." (James 2:14-17).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

37) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? "But someone will say, "You have faith; I have deeds. Show me your faith without deeds, and I will show you my faith by my deeds. You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that—and shudder." (James 2:18-19).
a) Yes
b) No
c) I am not a Christian

38) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? “A woman should learn in quietness and full submission. 12 I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner. 15 But women will be saved through childbearing—if they continue in faith, love and holiness with propriety.” (1 Timothy 2:11-15)

a) Yes, I believe in the whole passage
b) I have issues with the portion that says women should learn in quietness and full submission
c) I have issues with women not being permitted to teach or assume authority over a man
d) I have issues with (b) and (c)
e) I do not believe any part of the passage at all

39) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible: “Therefore I want the men everywhere to pray, lifting up holy hands without anger or disputing. 9 I also want the women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, adorning themselves, not with elaborate hairstyles or gold or pearls or expensive clothes, 10 but with good deeds, appropriate for women who profess to worship God.” (1 Timothy 2:8-10)

a) Yes, I believe in the whole passage
b) I have issues with the sexist attitude towards women in the Bible
c) I agree with the passage but do not think the way a woman dresses has to be dictated by the Bible
d) I do not believe any part of the passage at all

40) Do you believe that a wife must love her husband unconditionally?

a) Yes
b) No

41) Do you believe that unfaithfulness in marriage is not only limited to a spouse having sexual relations with someone else other than his/her spouse?

a) Yes
b) No

42) Do you believe that withholding your love (affection) from your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

43) Do you believe that withholding your help (assistance) from your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

44) Do you believe that deliberately spending more than usual time away from your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

45) Do you believe that increasingly seeking the company of other people of the opposite sex to compensate for what you desire but lacks from your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

46) Do you believe that carving out a separate life for yourself while you are with your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

47) Do you believe that engaging in activities that take excessive amount of your time away from your spouse just for your own satisfaction constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

48) Do you believe that taking so much time away from your spouse so you can maintain old friendship at the objection of your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

49) Do you believe that deliberately engaging in annoying or disruptive behavior to put distance between you and your spouse constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

50) Do you believe that pursuing an ambition that solely satisfies your desires at the expense of things that add value and significance to your marriage constitutes unfaithfulness in the marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

51) Do you believe that showing little or no interest in what your spouse is doing constitutes unfaithfulness in a marriage, except where that particular activity is a bone of contention in the marriage already?

a) Yes
b) No

52) Do you believe that unchecked ego could ruin a good thing—in our application, a good marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

53) Do you believe that fighting with a spouse over the spouse’s responsibility in which the spouse lacks control at the time in question is tantamount to feeding poison to the marriage, and constitutes unfaithfulness?

a) Yes
b) No

54) Are you ready to get into a marriage and remain in it for the rest of your life?

a) Yes
b) No

55) Do you believe that the husband is the head of the wife in a marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

56) Do you believe that the roles in a marriage for the husband and the roles for the wife should remain the same throughout the marriage, or should the roles be switched based on income, assertiveness or other dominant qualities?

a) Yes
b) No

57) Are you prepared to get involved in a marriage where the husband is the head of the wife?

a) Yes
b) No

58) Do you believe that marriage belongs entirely to God?

a) Yes
b) No

59) Do you believe that only godly marriage can succeed according to God’s plan? (Because there are some in the world who are deeply spiritual and have deep reverence for God, and respect and compassion for humanity but have no other alternative for religion but the religion of choice in their land; we would for that purpose here define godly marriage as a marriage that incorporates God’s framework and operates within the confines of faith in a religion; and not necessarily as a marriage between a Christian man and a Christian woman):

a) Yes, godly marriage is the only marriage that works
b) Not necessarily! Some other definitions of marriage are also true
c) God has nothing to do with marriage. Marriage is simply what the two people agreeing to marry decide it is for them.

60) Abraham and the ancient people of God did not have the kind of technology we are using on this website to assess compatibility for marriage and yet they were immensely successful; what do you believe accounts for their success?

a) Faith in God and faith in Jesus Christ
b) Their world and their lives were less sophisticated, and they believed everything without question
c) They were very likely less intelligent than we are today
d) We have advanced so much it is almost a sin to trust what you hear without first certifying it
e) God worked more on their behalf because they did not have our technologies than He is working for us today since we can ascertain things for ourselves

61) Can we today be as successful if we do marriage the same way and strictly follow the Bible, or has God antiquated simple belief, without seeking verification?

a) We can be as successful today as they were in the ancients by simply believing everything God says in the Bible. Our technologies today are simply useful tools that help us transverse the huge distances that separate people of the same faith and conviction so they could find one another
b) We have to seek verification when possible, instead of believing everything because the Bible says so
c) We simply have to believe in science and always verify before we believe

62) God assures us in the Bible that He never changes, so if He never changes, do you believe that God’s requirement for humanity changes?

a) No! God’s requirement for mankind remains the same from the beginning to the end, so whatever the Bible says is the truth we must follow
b) Yes! Times have changed and God’s requirements for humanity have as well. We have to apply the modern knowledge to the claims of the Bible to be sure of what God wants from us today
c) It is not God’s requirement for humanity that have changed. It how we interpret the things in the Bible that needs to change to accommodate modern realities

63) Are you interested in a marriage that will last you a lifetime or do you believe in divorce when it falls apart?

a) I am very much interested in a marriage that will last me a lifetime. I take my role in marriage seriously and am ready to abide by all the commandments of God to the best of my abilities, and always learn from God and the Bible to improve myself and my marriage
b) I am interested in a marriage that will last me a lifetime. I take my role in marriage seriously but can only do what I believe is right to keep my marriage.
c) I am interested in marriage that fits my life’s expectation and would do what is reasonable to keep my marriage.
d) Nothing is perfect in marriage and that goes for marriage too. I hope that my marriage works and would do my best to make it work. But where what I do is not enough, I will be ready to call it quits

64) Is God truly interested in who you marry and how well you live with that person and family you have together?

a) Yes God is truly interested in everything I do, including everything about my marriage, and He is the way that really steer things in the right direction for us in the marriage
b) I believe in God, but who I marry and how well we do in the marriage solely depends on how both of us manage the marriage
c) God may be responsible for the big things but the details my spouse and I have to work out
d) What you get is what you put in. God has nothing to do with it

65) On faith in Jesus Christ

a) Do you believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God?

i) Yes
ii) No

b) Does it matter that your potential spouse believes in Jesus Christ?

i) Yes
ii) No

c) Do you believe that Jesus Christ sacrificed His life on the cross to take away all your sins so you may receive God’s mercy, His grace and His salvation?

i) Yes
ii) No

d) Do you believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to God, to life and to salvation?

i) Yes
ii) No

e) Do you believe that Christ continues to operate in you to fulfill your life?

i) Yes
ii) No


f) Do you believe that without Christ in your life, life will be both difficult and confusing?

i) Yes
ii) No
iii) I am not a Christian

66) On Confidence in God

a) Do you trust God to accomplish for you everything He promises in the Bible?

i) Yes
ii) No

b) Does it matter for your potential spouse to trust in God and have confidence in Him?

i) Yes
ii) No

c) Do you believe there is Heaven and there is Hell?

i) Yes
ii) No

d) Do you trust God to save you from your difficulties?

i) Yes
ii) No

e) Do you trust that God will be there for you even when you falter?

i) Yes
ii) No

f) Would you want God to be there for you even when you falter?

i) Yes
ii) No


67) On Confidence in the Bible

a) Do you believe that the Bible is the word of God?

i) The Bible is the uncompromising word of God
ii) Some of the Bible is the word of God, but others are human fabrications
iii) Some parts of the Bible are outdated and should be made to agree with the times
iv) I do not believe in the Bible. It is just another book.

b) Do you trust the Bible to lead you to the truth in spite of the different translation differences; because it is not only the prints in the Bible that leads to the truth but also the power of the Holy Spirit that is with you as you read through the Bible?

i) I completely trust the Bible
ii) I trust the Bible when it agrees with reality or science
iii) I trust certain claims of the Bible but a little doubtful on some of its claims
iv) I do not trust the Bible at all. I trust science unwaveringly.
v) I do not trust anything. I make up my mind as I go.

c) Which convinces you the most on any important issues of life?

i) What the Bibles says, even when it contradicts what you have come to believe or what any other source claims
ii) What, in your experience, you have established to be the truth, even though it is incorrect according to the Bible
iii) What you heard from a preacher, even though the Bible does not support what the preacher says
iv) What science says, even though it contradicts the Bible

d) If and when you disagree with your spouse on the truth on a particular issue, how would you resolve it?

i) Argue from your perspective until your spouse succumbs.
ii) Search through the Bible and when you find the truth, politely call your spouse’s attention to it.

(1) If your spouse still does not agree with you, refer the matter to your priest to prove you are right
(2) Refer the matter to your priest to help your spouse come to terms with the truth because it is an essential part of your spouse’s faith
(3) Continue to argue until your spouse accepts the truth from you
(4) Leave it to God so He would at His time bring the correction to whatever side that needs it.

e) When you have problems in your life where do you turn to first for solution?

i) The Bible, Prayers and the church
ii) A friend
iii) A parent
iv) Professional advice
v) A colleague at work

f) Do you believe that the Bible is literal and entirely truthful?

i) When you doubt something the Bible says, what do you trust for the truth on that matter?

(1) Science and Evolution
(2) Another Religion
(3) Intuition
(4) Philosophy

ii) Does this alternate source work for you all the time and settle the issue for you once and for all?

(1) Yes
(2) No

iii) Does that make you question the rest of the Bible and cause you to lose confidence in the Bible?

(1) Strongly
(2) Somewhat
(3) Not at all

68) On Worship of God

a) What constitutes worship to you:

i) Going to church on Sundays and being
ii) Living a prayerful life
iii) Giving alms and charity
iv) Applying all the teachings of the Bible in your everyday life and in all you do
v) Witnessing for Jesus Christ

b) Do you belong to a church?

i) Yes
ii) No

69) Would you want to belong to a church with your spouse and live a life of worship together?

a) Yes
b) No

70) Are you more interested in continuing with your current Christian denomination with your spouse or are you open to switch to whatever denomination that better suits your marriage and your devotion to God and family.

a) I plan to continue with my current denomination. Unfortunately do not have room for any adjustments at this point but may sometime in the future
b) I plan to continue with my current denomination but would seriously consider other denominations if any other is better suited to our lives together.
c) Switching denominations is simply not an option for me for reasons of my faith.

71) Do you currently participate in the church’s activities?

i) Very actively
ii) Somewhat active
iii) Not really

b) Do you attend church services regularly?

i) Yes
ii) No

c) Is it important to you that someone you marry currently belongs to a church?

i) Yes
ii) No

d) Does it matter to you that your spouse attends the same church as you do when you become married?

i) Yes
ii) No

e) Does it matter to you that your spouse attends church services regularly?

i) Yes
ii) No

f) Are you looking for someone who already goes to church regularly or can you accommodate someone who has the willingness to go to church and become a Christian?

i) I am looking for someone who is already a Christian and regularly goes to church
ii) I am looking for someone who is a believer and who will be willing to go to church with me
iii) Christian denomination is not an issue
iv) Religion is not an issue

72) On Going to church

a) Do you currently attend church services?

i) Yes
ii) No

b) Does going to church achieve anything for you?

i) Yes
ii) No

c) Do you currently engage in other church activities?

i) Very actively
ii) Somewhat actively
iii) Not much

d) Do you plan to continue your church activities when you marry and settle down?

i) Yes, but to the extent it works for my spouse and I, and the rest of our family
ii) My church life is settled and I would like it to remain the same or get even stronger when I find love and marry
iii) Not really. I am currently using them to fill my free time



73) On the Commandments of God

a) Do you believe that all the commandments of God in the Bible are true? If not, what percentage of the commandments do you think is true (estimate):

i) 100%
ii) 90-99%
iii) 80-89%
iv) 70-79%
v) Below 70%

b) Do you believe it is your duty as a believer of Jesus Christ to obey all of God’s commandments?

i) Yes, I believe it is my duty to obey all and I am determined to do my best in being in obedience in all
ii) Yes, I believe it is my duty to obey all the commandments but it is not humanly possible for any human being to obey all the commandments
iii) I do not believe I have to worry about being in obedience because Jesus Christ has met all of that for me. I believe in Him as my Lord and Savior and that is all that counts
iv) It is my duty to be a in touch with reality, whatever that is, and to treat everybody with respect and dignity and honor my society

74) On rationalizing everything as a way of not doing them
75) On Prayer
76) Loyalty to one another
77) On Honesty and sincerity
78) On Reliability
79) On Patience – waiting for God’s timing
80) On configuring everything in their life to God
81) On trusting even when things are hopeless
82) On perseverance – trusting in God even when things look hopeless
83) On longsuffering – Do you believe in suffering for Christ to share in Christ?

84) About you

a) Registration form which captures the following:

i) Name and aliases
ii) Address and phone number
iii) Email addresses and websites
iv) Ancestry, color, height, weight, eye color, hair color, built,
v) Education and degrees and discipline, school location
vi) Profession and current title
vii) Salary bracket and years on the job
viii) Religion
ix) Birthday, country of birth
x) Country of origin and nationality
xi) Languages spoken
xii) Cultural origin

b) Your character attributes

i) So we may best match you with some most compatible with you, do you have any disabilities that a potential mate needs to know before they meet you to avoid any unpleasant surprises: physical, emotional, mental, social, etc
i) How you describe yourself: Honest, generous, sensual, vivacious, wise, stable, energetic, warm, predictable, affectionate, intelligent, bossy, witty, attractive, loyal, sensitive, opinionated, selfish stubborn, aggressive, outspoken, shy, reserved, restless, romantic, selfish, patient, passionate, caring, attentive, Extroverted, introverted or a mixture, outgoing, fun, funny, pleasant to be with, creative, innovative, original, jealous, confident, assured, gentle, talkative, self-starter, deep and resourceful, shallow and petty, moral, considerate, looks out for others, believes in society, moral, agitating, obnoxious, irritating, inconsiderate, self-absorbed, respectful of others,
ii) How others may describe you: Honest, generous, sensual, vivacious, wise, stable, energetic, warm, predictable, affectionate, intelligent, bossy, witty, attractive, loyal, sensitive, bright, brilliant, opinionated, selfish, stubborn, aggressive, outspoken, shy, reserved, restless, romantic, self-centered, patient, passionate, caring, attentive, considerate, loving, warm and receptive, inviting, copycat, unstable, envious, jealous, confident, assured, hesitant, unsure, procrastinator, gentle, talkative, deep and resourceful, shallow and petty, argumentative, a crowd pleaser, entertaining, easy to teach, listens or always prefers to speak, considerate, looks out for others, believes in society, moral, agitating, obnoxious, irritating, inconsiderate, self-absorbed, respectful of others, secretive, a blabbermouth

c) Your social and preferred activities: music, movies, soccer, basketball, civic organizations,

85) About The person you are looking for

a) Preferred language

i) Igbo,
ii) Yoruba,
iii) Hausa,
iv) English,
v) French, etc

b) Preferred culture

i) Igbo,
ii) Yoruba,
iii) Anglo-Saxon ,
iv) Asian, etc

c) Preferred religion

i) Christianity,
ii) Islam,
iii) Judaism,
iv) Hindu, etc

d) Preferred ethnicity

i) white,
ii) African American,
iii) African,
iv) Indian, etc

e) Preferred education

i) At least a High school diploma,
ii) BS
iii) Graduate degrees
iv) Does not care to specify

f) Preferred profession

i) Medical Doctor,
ii) Pharmacist,
iii) Nurse/Nurse Practitioner,
iv) Radiologist,
v) Accountant
vi) Etc

g) Preferred nationality

i) American,
ii) Indian,
iii) Nigerian,
iv) British,
v) Dutch, etc

h) Preferred age bracket,

i) 18-22,
ii) 23-27,
iii) 28-32,
iv) 33-39,
v) 40-45,
vi) 46-50,
vii) 51-55,
viii) 56-63,
ix) 64-70

i) Preferred geographical region

i) My city or county
ii) My state
iii) My country
iv) North America
v) South America
vi) Asia
vii) Europe
viii) Africa

86) Is your parents’/Family’s consent required before you can commit to a suitable mate for marriage?

a) Yes
b) No

87) If yes, have you obtained that consent to find a suitable mate and get married?

a) Yes
b) No

88) If you have not yet obtained your family’s consent, how long could that process add to your timetable to get married? (We understand that your family may be living in a different country than you, so properly informing them and securing their support and goodwill may take some time, and may even require you to travel to discuss the issue with them.)

a) 0-1 months
b) 3 months
c) More than 3 months

d)

89) How soon do you plan to get married if you were to find a suitable mate right away? Factor in the time you need to get to know the person and get comfortable with the person?

a) Within 6 months
b) Within 1 year
c) Within 2 years
d) Longer than 2 years

90) Are you ready to relocate when you find a suitable partner?

a) Yes
b) No

91) If you are ready to relocate, how far are you willing to go?

a) Anywhere within my country
b) Anywhere in the USA
c) Anywhere in Europe
d) Anywhere in Asia
e) Anywhere in Africa
f) Anywhere in South America
g) Anywhere in North America

92) Do you believe that God holds marriage in such a high regard that He makes special allowances for couples who are newly married so that they could really bond and enrich each other’s life? (Deuteronomy 24:5)

a) Yes
b) No

93) Do you believe in the following passage from the Bible? “Do not make friends with a hot-tempered person, do not associate with one easily angered, or you may learn their ways and get yourself ensnared.” (Proverbs 22:24-25)

a) Yes
b) No

94) Do you believe that the following passage is true? “A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.” (Proverbs 15:1).

a) Yes
b) No


95) Do you believe in the following assessment? Marriage was created by God to help mankind live holy. God designed marriage in a way that it neutralizes the uncleanliness of sex. That is why sex within a marriage produces godly offspring; and sex outside of marriage is sinful and corrupts both the body and the soul. Nobody changes the law of God and remains safe and secure—any God's law.

a) Yes
b) No

96) Do you believe that extramarital sex is sinful and deeply offensive to God? And that God would bring very serious consequences on the life of the spouse that had the extra-marital sex? (1 Chronicles 5:1-2) and (Hebrews 13:4)

a) Yes
b) No

97) Do you believe in the following assessment? Being married to each other is what the man and the woman in marriage has become and must remain to the end of their natural lives. (Matthew 5:32, Matthew 19:8-9). It is not just a relationship; it is their new joint identity and must remain that way till one of them dies. Being married to each other is now the person they have become—the one body the Bible describes—and they must be treated as such by everyone. Any consideration anywhere in the world for the man involves consideration for the woman he is married to, and vice versa.

a) Yes
b) No

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