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I Am Dating A Married Man

I am dating a married man who has no kids. What should I do?

Moderator - I guess neither one of you are claiming to be Christians. Right?

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 ---Libby on 4/1/06
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Libby:

You should stop dating this man and ask yourself this question: "If this man married me, how can I be sure he wouldn't cheat on me?"

I hope it is clear to you that this man is untrustworthy.

What you need to do is throw yourself on the floor and ask The Almighty and His Son for forgiveness. Then repent (that is to turn away from your sin) and sin no more.

Run from this man and all those who tempt you to sin. Find a good translation of the Bible and find yourself some good (trustworthy) christian friends and a church home where sound doctrine and christian living is preached and practiced.

Good luck and I wish you well.
---Higgins on 9/11/10


So u mean those who are not christian can date anyone they want? Only christian have restriction? So are we not doing injustice with our emotions and feelings?
---prits on 9/10/10


You already know what to do, but since u asked anyway. Girl dump him because he'll never leave his wife, and if he did chances are he wouldn't be with u anyways and even if he did most likely he'll do the samething to u!
---ANN on 9/8/07


And if your still dating him when the wife finds out and they always do, some might not take it lightly and u can't say u didn't know he was married, that wife might end up kicking ur buttom for messing with her hubby. Trust me some wifes will fight for what belongs to them. So is he that worth it?
---ANN on 9/8/07


you should get out of the relationship and find someone who is not married!
---Faith on 9/7/07




Shame on you and shame on him. My prayers are with the wife that the two of you are disgracing. Remember....God don't like ugly and you two are really acting ugly!
---Annie on 9/7/07


You are both living in sin and should stop immediately and repent of your sins.

Deuteronomy 5:18 `You shall not commit adultery.

Some people should glad we are not under the old law at this point but under the new covenant. Leviticus 20:10 `If there is a man who commits adultery with another man's wife, one who commits adultery with his friend's wife, the adulterer and the adulteress shall surely be put to death.
---denna7667 on 9/7/07


Well Sister you can't be dating because he is married you are just putting yourself in an emotional prison as long as you stay in the realaionship. People that date are free and don't have to feel the presence of darkness you are not dating you are in prison
---Cynthia on 9/7/07


You are lucky that he has no children.
---Mandy on 9/7/07


Well its not right to date a married person. The Bible says "Do not commit adultery." God bless you.
---Bernie on 4/11/07




I just read through this blog and want to find out what has happened Libby, are you still with him?
---Moira on 4/9/07


You should give him up immediately -- he belongs to his wife, not you. Then you have to repent of your sin and ask Jesus to forgive you.
---Helen_5378 on 6/27/06


Run the other way. Repent and pray for forgiveness. You are committing adultry.
---Terry on 6/26/06


You should be ashamed of yourself and of God.
---A_Catholic on 5/14/06


Two wrongs NEVER make one right
---John_T on 4/12/06


My husband committed adultry with a woman within our church so I speak in behalf of the wife. If this man has cheated on his wife what makes you so special that he won't do the same to you?
---Estella on 4/12/06


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It is NOT woman bashing to tell Libby to stop the adultery since she asked the question.

No where do I see the man responding here, so we must deal with the one who asks the question.

Are some here feminazis??? That is a joke, people.
---John_T on 4/4/06


Alan, thank you,it really isn't you who should,but if more men were like you it would be a nicer world for women. Moderator,ok,thanks for your answer.

Moderator - :)
---Darlene_1 on 4/4/06


Darlene ... I have noticed that many men here are like that ... I apologise for them.
---alan8869_of_UK on 4/4/06


Moderator, Yes ,I know you did say both sinned ,but it followed the statement "many times single women identify a married man that isn't having his sexual needs met and they seduce him". That is what I was referring to. Why isn't it just as likely the men look for single women to cater to their overactive libbido. They are the ones on the prowl to cheat on wives. Men cheat for sex, women don't,theirs usually relates to emotional needs.

Moderator - My comment was to counter balance the male comments up to that point as they are both sinning and it isn't a gender issue, but a sin issue.
---Darlene_1 on 4/4/06


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I'm appalled that men have a tendencey to blame only women for a mans sin or trouble. Moderator has done it here with saying women seduce men and other men have done it in other Blogs blaming the wives for the trouble in marriages. We all have a choice to say yes or no to sin and it is the one who says yes that is guilty, blaming a woman is like saying "the Devil made me do it". There is no blame except on the person indivually. The soul that sinneth it shall die.

Moderator - I stated that both are guilty of sin. Blaming one person for two persons sins is unbiblical.
---Darlene_1 on 4/4/06


well i think the man you're dating is commiting adultery and you are jus as bad knowing that hes married and is still dating him..i cant believe this.
---visitor on 4/3/06


There are times when it's REALLY difficult to make the right choice. But it must done regardless. The reason you are asking this question is because you are convicted. That's God tugging at your heart, trying to get you to do the right thing. Follow your heart and do what's right because there is no blessing in sin. Sin is always a trap. It won't be easy but in the end, the blessings will be worth it. You'll see!
---DoryLory on 4/3/06


Moderator, I am surprised at your response that men in such situations may not be getting their needs met at home. that is one of the worst misconceptions,in effect,blaming the wife. Wheteher his "needs" are met by a wife is no reason for adultery. Fact is, no human can fully meet anothers needs. Jesus alone is able. If a man has a horrible wife, and the man totally relies on Jesus, he will not fall.
---christina on 4/3/06


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I do not know what kids not being envolved means to you really. Less people hurt??? Like my mother always said,"He'll do to you similar to what he has done to her". I didn't belive her but, she was right. As far as the Bible,"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you". Some day you will be a wife. Harder posistion to be in.
---Alexandra on 4/2/06


So you think he isn't attached because he has no children? Get real. What should you do? You made your bed, now suffer the conquensiouses. You know what to do, that is a silly question. LEAVE, LEAVE, LEAVE. I hope and pray conviction will set upon you so you can't sleep until you find Christ and change your ways.
---Rebecca_D on 4/2/06


If you have given your life to Christ, it is now his life and If he loves you. you don't have to worry he will see to it that you are corrected if you are none of his he will do nothing he will leave you to die in your sins.exzucuh
---Exzucuh on 4/2/06


Moderator,true,sin is sin, but she is the one who ask what to do. The difference between Libby and the man is that he took vows before God and man,to that wife,she promised no one,but maybe him, anything. Libby sins against God-fornication, but he has lied to the wife,broken his vows,cheated on the wife, plus sinned against God-adultery. Libby isn't responsible for his behavior only her own before God. Each must work out their own salvation with fear and trembling.

Moderator - Many times single women identify a married man that isn't having his sexual needs met at home and they then seduce him which is wicked. An affair is a two way street of wickiness and sin.
---Darlene_1 on 4/2/06


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STOP THE ADULTERY NOW!

---John_T on 4/2/06


Libby, I suggest that you go and ask his wife this question and do whatever she tells you to do.
---Elder on 4/2/06


What you are doing is sin. It is selfish. Have you stopped to think about that man's wife? You should stop, repent, and ask God for forgiveness. Move away from that man if need be.
---Ulrika on 4/2/06


Why do you think you aren't worthy to deserve a man of your own and have to settle for bits of time with one who belongs to another woman. You've settled for second best, when if you live for the Lord He can help you find the best. Your affair is with a liar, cheat, untrustworthy adulter. If he does it to wife, he'll do it to you. Drop him like the loser he is and run like the devil is after you,he is! Give your life to Jesus and realize you are a princess of a RoyalPriesthood,and let God send your prince.

Moderator - Darlene, Libby is no different than the man as they are both sinning.
---Darlene_1 on 4/2/06


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Present yourself a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service (worship). Be not conformed to this world but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind; that you may prove what is that good, acceptable, and perfect will of God.
---Linda6563 on 4/2/06


, you will know you are no longer accused and condemned and that gives you the power to live in the new life He gave you. All are condemned under the law and that causes the offense to abound. We are not under the law but under grace. Grace teaches you to deny ungodliness if you will listen to it.
---Linda6563 on 4/2/06


When He was finished with all of that, He asked her, "Where are your accusers?" She said, "There are none." She had seen them disappear while Jesus was showing her redemption. At that point, Jesus asid, "Neither do I accuse you, go and sin no more." When you realize that your accusers (the handwriting of ordinances that were against you) were taken out of the way, nailed to His cross.....
---Linda6563 on 4/2/06


When the accusers brought the woman caught in adultery to Jesus, Jesus stooped down and wrote in the ground, lifted Himself up, stooped down again, and lifted Himself up a second time. That sounds like His decscent from glory, His lifting up on the cross, His descent into the heart of the earth, and His lifting up in resurrection life.
---Linda6563 on 4/2/06


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You know the moral issue of what you're doing but there are other consequential issues that will hurt you tremendousely.

It's going to be very painful but it's less painful if you stop it now than later.
---A_Catholic on 4/2/06


You are not dating a married man. You are committing adultery.
---Linda on 4/2/06


If you want the Biblical answer, you should STOP NOW and repent, for you are indeed sinning. This is adultery, period, regardless of what society says today about it. There is no excuse for continuing in this affair, as it will only bring heartache and grief to all involved and will not be blessed of God.
---tommy3007 on 4/2/06


The answer is simple. STOP
---alan8869_of_UK on 4/2/06


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Please stop the relationship at once no matter how painful it may cost you for you are IN SIN and in rebellion against God.

This is to imagine that you are a Christian.
---Benon_Muzira on 4/2/06


Are you ready to be the main accomplice to breaking up that which God has put together? And to make adulterers and fornicators out of you both? You should get out of this relationship and find someone eligible or be prepared to take the consequences. I pray that the Lord will visit you to convince you of this.
---john on 4/1/06


hi ...you should stop dating a married man.
the Word tells us that we are to love others as ourselves. imagine the pain of a woman dating your husband. that would hurt badly. maybe you've felt that, maybe not. there is absolutely no way to justify dating someone who is married. hope you make it through.

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---amber on 4/1/06


The answer is obvious: Get out of that relationship immediately! You are destroying a marriage as well as yourself. Think about if you were married and your husband was committing adultry, how would that make you feel? Take that feeling and add it to the wife of the man you are dating. Repent from this sin you are committing.
---Lissa on 4/1/06


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Repent. Turn away from your life of sin and get right with God. Have nothing to do with this man. Confess your sin to God.

To be honest, your question seems stupid to me. Read 1 Corinthians 6 and 7 to find out what the Bible says about your sin.
---Madison on 4/1/06


PART ONE:
Libby,
The fact that you are asking this question would seem to indicate that you know already what you are doing is wrong. What is it you expect anyone here to say?

You are committing adultery and that is specificaly forbidden both in the OT and the new. This is not one of those things that is not clearly laid out for us in scripture.
---Bruce5656 on 4/1/06


PART TWO:

Galatians 5:19-21, "Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication,..., and such like...which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God."

PART TWO:
Exodus 20:17, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife (or husband)"
---Bruce5656 on 4/1/06


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