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Love A Non-Christian Guy

I love a non-christian guy. He does not believe in any god, but he has lot of values that common Christians itself do not have Does it mean he has to be a Christian or should I leave him?

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 ---sherin on 12/23/06
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Sherin: Are you a Christian? If you are, then I believed you have encountered the term "unequally yoked." I would not suggest that you leave him but I would suggest for you to think things over. You can also start sharing your beliefs with him.
---bebet3754 on 11/6/07


Run Sherin Run.
Watched a program where an atheist stayed with a Christian family. Very difficult for both parties. It's the way to head down the wrong road before you even get started. The atheist was a Christian for 20 years then one day decided God did not exist. Very nice person, but seemed dead, completely dead. Had values, morals, standards. Everyone was uncomfortable in their own skin around this nice person.
---Joel on 12/27/06


The Bible says to be not unequally yoked together with an unbeliever. If you were standing on chair, and this guy were standing on the ground, would it be easier for you to pull him unto the chair, or for him to pull you off the chair onto the ground? It would be alot easier for him to pull you down, then for you to pull him up.
---Leslie on 12/27/06


The Bible clearly tells us not to be unequally yoked with an unbeliever. Most Christians who end up with non Christian mates end up in Divorce or themselve turning their back on there Faith and becoming non believers. It is a very spiritually dangerous things to become involved with someone who is not a Christian.
---Re._Quentin_Barnes on 12/24/06


Also I have had several friends who I have tried to disocourage from becoming involved with non christians and they did, and one has totally turned her back on God and is into prostitution, one is now a drig addict, one has gone into witchcraft and the other I will not list but the Bible make it plain that we are to seperate ourselves from the world because we are not of this world.
---Rev._Quentin_Barnes on 12/24/06




Sherin, I think you are already under conviction (denial as well) on this because you're asking, even though the Bible is very clear-2 Cor 6:14.

The advice from Cindy & others here is pretty unanimously consistent with scripture & experience. It's unlikely that you are the exception. Rather than his conversion, in reality and more often, you will end up leaving the faith or the relationship-both painful. It's best to do things God's way. Are you willing to wait on God?
---Geoff on 12/24/06


What you are saying is that you are in love with an anetheist heathen man. He can have all the good values you want him to have, but he is still bound for Hell. You asked if you should leave him which tells me that you are living in a relationship that is not Christian. You know the answer already!
---Susie on 12/23/06


Dating evangelism is not recommended. Dating, hoping you can 'get the man saved', so that you can marry him, seldom works. A temporary fix that rubs off after you eat the wedding cake.
---Cindy on 12/23/06


I love a non-christian guy.

How did that happen?

Sounds like you've already chosen.
---Pharisee on 12/23/06


There is a big difference between loving someone and being in love with someone. It doesn't matter if he believes the same as "other Christians" do, what matters is, if he is born again. And you admit that he isn't born again. but another question, are you born again?
---Rebecca_D on 12/23/06




Love A Non-Christian Guy= HEARTACHE. Be careful. God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 12/23/06


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