Scriptures that give instruction to Pastors for example don't realate to me personally.I'm not a Pastor.
Okay. I see your distinction now.
Otherwise, you believe that passages directly addressed to believers relate to you personally?
In Luke 14:26, Jesus commands believers to hate their families and themselves. Do you hate your family? Do you hate yourself? It's very clear and to the point. Jesus commands believers to hate. Seeing as how that speaks to you personally as a believer, you should be hating your family and yourself.
In Mark 10:21 Jesus tells the man who asks how to inherit eternal life that he must sell all he has and give to the poor. I suppose that is for you personally too because you want eternal life, right? Looks like you should be selling everything you have and giving to the poor. Have you done this yet? Jesus made a clear, unambiguous statement here.
You may come back with "those verses aren't to be taken literally" or "you're taking them out of context".
If they aren't to be taken literally, why should we assume that the II Corinthians passage about being unequally yoked should be taken literally, and how do you decide which ones to take literally and which ones not to?
As far as context goes, the context of the passages they come from support a literal reading of them. There is no contextual reason to assume that they mean anything other than what they say.