Beliefs: Born-again Christian Cartier Rose Surjan raised eyebrows in her first teaser

 

 

‘I’m in love with Jesus… but there’s room for someone else!’

Love Island Australia’s Cartier Surjan says she wants to find a man who supports her religious beliefs

As reported by the daily mail and other outlets, Australian  reality show Love Island is about to kick off again

Most of the Love Island Australia cast may be praying they find love on the show.

But born-again Christian, Cartier Rose Surjan, is hoping to find both someone that supports her beliefs and understands there’s another man in her heart.

‘I’m in love with Jesus, but there is room for someone else,’ the 19-year-old gushed in a new teaser shared to Instagram on Sunday morning.

Will she find her match? In a new trailer for Love Island Australia, born-again Christian Cartier Surjan, 19, revealed: ‘I’m in love with Jesus, but there is room for someone else,’

In the clip, the life-guard is seen wearing a cross around her neck on a gold chair.

‘The woman’s role in a relationship is to take care of their man. Cook for them, clean for them,’ she boldly stated.

 

'The woman's role is to take care of their man': Before her identity was revealed on Sunday, the brunette raised eyebrows after an earlier teaser focusing on her beliefs was shared

 

‘The woman’s role is to take care of their man’: Before her identity was revealed on Sunday, the brunette raised eyebrows after an earlier teaser focusing on her beliefs was shared

Cartier told Nine she is appearing on the show to find ‘a family man who can also respect her religious beliefs’.

She was raised in a very traditional way and considers herself a born-again Christian, while regularly attending bible study and church.

The brunette rarely drinks alcohol, but ‘doesn’t mind a champagne occasionally’.

 

Good luck: Cartier told Nine she is appearing on the show to find 'a family man who can also respect her religious beliefs'

Good luck: Cartier told Nine she is appearing on the show to find ‘a family man who can also respect her religious beliefs’

Religious: She was raised in a very traditional way and considers herself a born-again Christian, while regularly attending bible study and church

Religious: She was raised in a very traditional way and considers herself a born-again Christian, while regularly attending bible study and church

She concluded: ‘It’s not often you will come across a lady with my kind of morals’.

Cartier is one of the initial ten season two cast members, with the show set to regularly drop intruders into the villa throughout the season to stir up drama.

Coming soon: Cartier is one of the initial ten cast members, with the show set to regularly drop intruders into the villa throughout the season to stir up drama

Blog Editors Comments

Houston we have a problem……..

Although she seems a lovely person, she is placing herself in danger.

The scriptures are full of warnings that strongly command we avoid certain situations such as —  Love Island

The Lord’s prayer for example:

“Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil…..”

The apostle Paul made reference to some shipwrecking their faith.

In another place he says  “Flee Youthful Lusts” and another “avoid all appearance of evil”

When Christian’s try and meet the world halfway, then the Christian will always have to compromise.

As a born-again Christian, Cartier should know that to find someone that supports her beliefs and understands there’s another man in her heart, has worse odds than winning Gold Lotto.

Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? = ( 2 Cor 6:14)

“You shall make no covenant with [the people of the land] and show no favor to them. Furthermore, you shall not intermarry with them… for they will turn your sons away from following Me to serve other gods…” (Deut. 7:3-4)

Uniting ourselves to people who do not love, follow, or submit to Christ is direct disobedience.

Therefore, those of us in Christ cannot be in a harmonious, God-pleasing relationship with an unbeliever. There is no fellowship between light and darkness (2 Cor. 7:14)! The Greek word for “fellowship” in this passage literally means contact or intimacy. Through Paul’s inspired words, we learn that intimacy with unbelievers is not just discouraged – it’s impossible.

Is this all Cartier’s fault, or again the failing of Pastor’s who lead God’s flock to warn, instruct and guide those who easily go astray?