Be firm in your stand.
*If he doesn't agree with you then you are unequally yoked.*
If he is serious, he should come and marry you.
I understand how you feel.
A few questions to help you gain clarity.
Are you still a catholic?
Does he know you've began to explore Pentecostal?
How does he feel about this exploration? Is he comfortable ?
Is he also exploring?
If the answer to all the above is yes, Why would you ditch him?
You are both on the same page.
Light (revelational understanding of God) is a privilege. We learn as we journey.
There are many things you also don't know about God . What if he learns before you and ditches you as a result?
How would that look to you?
*The most important thing is that you are both willing to learn.* So share with him what you know and listen to him share too.
My dear, your husband should know however, there are women like us who "know *seemingly* more than the average man or woman.
Should this knowledge disqualify our husbands from *washing us with the word"?*
Knowing more than a man does not automatically transfer leadership of the marriage to you.
Leadership which is part of "washing the woman with the word of God", is a mandate, not a public poll.
Who knows more than who is not important. *Knowledge is not supposed to make you puff up.*/ *proud*
You are supposed to bring that as an advantage into the marriage by sharing with your husband in humility, so that he too can climb up in God.
Remember that I said earlier, that light is a privilege?
Also, that my husband is not "spirococo" like me, does not mean that he doesn't have a burning relationship with Jesus.
we are on the same page on Pentecostal doctrines and He understands the dynamics of my consecration and the ministry under my watch.
He is also willing to sacrifice when necessary for me to freely go about my assignment.
These are the things that God looked at to choose him. Now I'm married to him, I see him prove over and over again that He is the best guy for the job of being my husband.
It was not knowledge that made him qualified. I *seemingly* know more than him. Other people such as the pastors who came into my life may know more than my husband, but God didn't go by who knows because all that isn't the point.
The heart of obedience, the capacity to cherish and respect for the dynamics of my calling is what God went by when leading me to my husband who over qualifies based on the aforementioned qualities.
He listens to me when we enter some realms. He understand my switch into the priestly realm and the everyday girl realm.
*He also teaches me*
Despite all the so-called "I know", my husband still shares revelation from the word with me. Things I haven't seen or heard before.
Let me be honest with you, if God chose that man for you, he will upgrade him.
After we got married, my husband started operating in prophetic gifts.
His eyes opened into the word of God way more than he has ever experienced in his life.
His dedication in church flew over the roof.
His tongues stepped up.
Who do you think did it?
*Jesus* did it.
I didn't even know. He was the one telling me, "Baby, it was not like this before you."
God upgraded my husband's level of spiritual operations so he can have the required capacity to cover me.
*My husband's one word prayer carries weight over my life than my 7 days fasting.*
Not because he knows more than me, but because *He is lord* over me as a mandate.
So my dear, understand these things, lest you miss it looking for spiricoco brother who have no compassion, just knowledge. You also don't want to be with someone who loves only God and ministry but doesn't love you.
The bottom line is this, let God lead you. If he is leading you, He will work on the person.