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For people who say that when the feeling is gone, your marriage is over, I say NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD. And for any of you contemplating any kind of relationship of any kind with a married man, I tell you this: RUN!! We all know that there are two paths in this world–the one of light and the one of darkness. If it’s so ‘inevitable’ and ‘upcoming’, it shouldn’t take long. Make sure the guy’s lines (and actions) match up with scripture….that’s the real test. I finally had given up on dating…on finding a man myself. And praise be to God for delivering me from that horrible, deceitful situation and mindset, and for giving me another chance.
That is God’s word to “…run from sexual sin.” The reason is b/c it will tear your heart and soul to pieces. I gave it to God, and took a chance on a very nice man who wasn’t the “charmer” or the “bad boy” I usually dated (and was thinking I was missing out on something later on). His heart makes him more and more attractive to me every day, and here is a man who would stay by me through anything…adultery, and even though it took everything he had to stay.
The only difference was his marriage was totally done (they had the talk, agreed on the date…as soon as she had finished her last college degree) and mine was not. Our two children were a mess, as I was in ‘heaven’ with this guy occupying almost every thought (can you say idolatry? Things started to self destruct when that ‘odd feeling’ in my gut told me that he was a liar (like he used to be).
Dating this married guy started as him emailing and calling as ‘a dear old friend.’ He would tell me how much he prayed…how much he had changed. I believed in him 100% b/c I was desperate for the attention and the romance. The date of his impending divorce came and went, and he started to get very snippy and defensive if I even so much as inquired about his wife or his divorce.
But even if you are a Christian, there are still a thousand more ways to subtly or blatantly reject God’s wisdom and fall into sin.
If a guy really is Christian, he would not lead you to commit adultery, nor justify why he does it. On the other hand, I am so BLESSED that my husband decided to stick in there with me.
We are rebuilding our marriage and it is better than ever. Read your Bible people…it’s the best weapon against ‘the great deceiver’. Tell the guy to look you up if and when he actually does get a divorce (and I don’t just mean filing the papers). You’re better off that way…and remember to “Seek first His Kingdom, and you will be given the desires of your heart.” That’s actually how I met my husband :).
And no one will truly love you if they do not love God more than they love you.
The first step in dating should always be the step of faith we take toward our Lord, Savior, and greatest Treasure, King Jesus.