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Can I Marry A Married Man

I'm Saved, not married. God revealed (prophetically) over 10 years about a man (saying he was my husband), I interceded in prayer, 10 years. He continued being unsaved and got married to someone he had a baby with. Now he's saved, and God showed him I'm his wife. Is it Gods will he marry me?

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 ---Angelique on 10/14/07
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It is for sure God didn't tell a married man to marry you. If he heard that it was from satan. satan would love for the man to mess 3 lives up to be with you. what kind of a woman are you?
---shira3877 on 9/9/11

You selfish misguided person. What kind of woman would want a man that is married, therefore taken.

Children don't want a woman posing as mother they want their own parents to be together if he couldn't look after his wife and child, what makes you so sure he won't leave you.

It is adultery that you both will be committing if you go with a married man.

Forget all that why would God change scripture just for you to marry a man already married, do we serve a god that lies. I some how think you already KNOW the ANSWER, plain and simple (no way)
---Carla on 9/6/11

if God told you that he was going to be your husband you should have done something about it , you should have talked to him before he got married , you could have asked him to pray with you , he's gone now because you hesitated
---J on 9/2/11

I believe this "revelation" is from the devil, unless his wife died, God canot lie. so he canot say to someone something which contradicts bible doctrine.
---andy3996 on 9/2/11

God showed him?

In other words what you are saying is God allowed this man to marry a women and start a family and now HE has decided that it was "wrong" and you are "really" the wife so this man should DESTROY his family and marry you?

no small wonder divorce rates better than 65% in america if counterfeit christianity USES GOD and lusty-dreams as their reason to divorce and pollute marriage to serve themselves

remember that if this man divorces his wife to marry you he will have another dream a few years from now for another women - just be prepared
---Rhonda on 8/27/11

Angelique, if God had revealed it prophetically to you, He would have revealed it to the other man BEFORE he married someone else.

But if he divorces his wife for you, never fear. I'm sure he will be just as true to you as he was to her.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 8/19/11

Wow! This reminds.. some yrs. was (in my mind) infatuated,thinking bout this man( westcoast)few years passed..Had long talks withhis mom..Guess what? After hearing how he berated 'n mistreat his own Mom. That left no doubts! run & don't bother pray'n bout him...
---ELENA on 8/18/11

You have got to be kidding me, the acid test with Prophesy is does it aline with scriptures.

And this does not, so this can not be God.

Sorry to dash your lusts but if you do this it is at your hand not God's.

But you will have your chance to explain it all to Christ one day.

Do not brake up a family, do not.

He's no longer your hope for a husband, he is a father and a husband, let it go.

---paul on 8/18/11

---John on 8/18/11

MMMmmmm No, he is already married. You need to forget him and move on.
---NurseRobert on 8/18/11

Well Paul says a man cannot be the head of a church with more than one wife. The bible doesn't say anywhere that a man cannot have more than one wife. However in North America its illegal. I say truly seek him about it.
---Chris on 8/18/11

SORRY! he cant be your husband he is already someones husband. God is good he would never want you to take someone that does not belong 2 u. If you are having these conversations with him God is showing you what kind of husband he will make 4 you. Also picture another women asking the same questions your asking about your husband?
---Shelly on 11/6/07

The Bible nowhere condemns polygamy, nowhere. It only gave a couple of instances where it was not to be practiced, for Church leaders and some kings. You can't say the Bible condemns polygamy it doesn't. Again I say however that the law of the land is against it, so NO you can't do it. We have developed a better sense of womens rights nowadays than the Old Testament views.
---Noogatiger on 11/5/07

Angelique, this does not sound like something that God would tell you to do. I believe that this is coming from the father of lies, satan. The devil does disguise himself as an Angel of light. Think about it... God Bless!
---Cynthia on 11/2/07

Noogatiger::I take it you are a muslim from Africa.You sound like a lady I met on the bus who had exactly the same ideology.Women have been known to have more than two husbands,the circumstances are different But Gods Law SAYS One man one woman"2 in one flesh" otherwise it is adultery.
---Emcee on 11/2/07

According to the Bible only men can marry two or more women, not the other way around. So, no you can't, and I think there are laws against this kind of thing.
---Noogatiger on 11/2/07

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if you marry a divorced or married person,you are with that person
---David on 10/24/07

Amen, Bob--love the words to that song--especially the part about sometimes God's greatest gifts are unanswered prayers! :) For 20 years I begged God for something that I'm now grateful He said "no" to--eternally grateful! :)
---Mary on 10/17/07

Part 2 to Bob: In fact, the greater miracle in my life was acceptance and actual gratitude to Him for not giving me what I wanted (a child--and I have severe anxiety problems a lot), that's indeed a gift only the Lord could possibly have given :)
---Mary on 10/17/07

I do not believe this is God, my friend.
---catherine on 10/16/07

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When you think about it, Satan talks to God! On part two I just wrote. Never had I heard anyone say this, but it is so true. [JOB].
---catherine on 10/16/07

Heard a secular song on the radio today. I knew it was for you, Angelique. Goes like this....

He was the one that I'd wanted for all times
And each night I'd spend prayin' that God would make him mine
And if He'd only grant me this wish I wished back then
I'd never ask for anything again
---Bob on 10/16/07

Sometimes I thank God for unanswered prayers
Remember when you're talkin' to the Man upstairs
That just because He doesn't answer doesn't mean He don't care
Some of God's greatest gifts are unanswered prayers

He wasn't quite the angel that I remembered in my dreams
And I could tell that time had changed me
In his eyes too it seemed
We tried to talk about the old days
There wasn't much we could recall
I guess the Lord knows what He's doin' after all
---Bob on 10/16/07

Angelique, my heart swells with compassion for you. No, sister you cannot marry a married man - if you needed to hear it. I believe that these are lies of the Devil. The more you phine over him the more pain you are causing yourself, and the Devil is loving every tear in your heart. What good can come of it? - none. Angelique God's will is not in this. Those are lies of the Devil not God's voice.
---Marty on 10/15/07

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What kind of prayers were you bombarding heaven with? "Lord, shut the door if he's not mine, open the door if he is" kind of prayers? Because this is an open and shut case. Those kind of prayers, in this situation is spiritual witchcraft. The enemy, sure shootin', he can set up events to help you make good on your heart's desire. You better stop, because you may get what you've wanted. It could end up an absolute nightmare. I am reminded of David and Bathsheba.
---Bob on 10/15/07

I know a woman who's waited 30 years for the other shoe to drop. She's had her eyes on a married man that got away. His children are grown, marrying now. In the back of her mind, she's still planning how this will all work out. There's nothing right about it, it's coveting another woman's husband. Childhood crushes can become unhealthy obsessions that last a lifetime. That's why you see divorces after the 20 or 30 year high school reunion. Childish thoughts that never left the heads of adults.
---Bob on 10/15/07

ABSOLUTELY NOT! The god you've been getting this "info" from is the "father of lies." God would never tell you to do anything against His word, and you need to repent and move on. Trying to "be friends" as someone suggested would be too dangerous, so stay away from that, too.
---tommy3007 on 10/15/07

Angelique, it sounds to me that someone else has been wispering in your ear (prophetically). What you are hoping for goes against what Jesus taught, so you may be certain that such a desire did NOT come from Him.

Be glad that the man of your dreams has been "saved", but do not do anything that will destroy that "salvation", for both your sakes. Pray for forgiveness and move on with your life.
---lorra8574 on 10/15/07

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Angelique - It is NOT God that you are hearing from. It is never God's will to tell somebody to marry a person who is already married. You need to repent of taking heed of the voice of the enemy.
---Helen_5378 on 10/15/07

This is so not lining up with God's word. It's God's will that he stays with his life long, blood covenant wife. Get out of the picture quickly so you are not part of beiong responsible for destroying a marriage and get into the Bible where you will know the word of God so you can compare it to revelation. These kind of revelations are not from God.
---john on 10/15/07

Well ....I'd have a lot of questions for you but my thought is ...this is what you want but it does not sound like God to me.
Go get some good christian counselling (pastorial) you need it.

He is no longer your concern, he has a wife. What are you doing discussing marriage with a married man?
---Andrea on 10/15/07

#-1-normally I never answer questions about marriage I just read them and pass on.But Your particular question brings to mind a story a soulwinning friend of mine from England told me. He was married and as he and he wife left the church one Sunday his eyes fell on a friend and his wife as they were walking ahead of him. He says the Holy Spirit told him "there goes your wive" by which he was totally repulsed and was a shame of his thoughts. 10 years later
---Mima on 10/15/07

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#-2-this man's first wife had died and the friend he saw the back of that day also had died. And this man and his friends wife got married. I remember the story so well bc my friend's new wife is named Ollie like Popeyes wife the cartoon character. I have no answer to your question but I do remember that story.
---mima on 10/15/07

No, no, no. Thou shalt not covet anyone else's husband.
As far as the "prophetically" goes, it was a false prophecy. If you continue to long for this man, secretly hoping all the events will line up so that he'll be yours - it's spiritual witchcraft.
After 10 years, quit looking through that small rearview mirror and start looking through that large windshield at a future that you've put on hold for a false prophecy.
---Bob on 10/15/07

It's usually after losing their faith, that nominally Christians decide it is OK to commit adultery
---alan_of_UK on 10/15/07

No, Not unless one of the parties of their marriage had committed adultery. People use the word "prophecy" too lightly now days...I have heard many prophecies over my own life as to who I was going to marry and become. Not a one of them came true.
---Whisper on 10/15/07

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Well, Angelique . . . you have their baby and her to love, and you interceded for him 10 years, loving him faithfully like that? So, you have been his helper. And Jesus has done this with us, and look who ones of us have gotten married to while You, Jesus, are our real Groom...our only really right one to marry. So, Angelique, are you saying you have something in common with Jesus? But He, our rightful Groom, supports us to learn love and be faithful to one another (o:
---Bill_bila5659 on 10/15/07

I truly hope that this question is not meant to be the way it reads!!
---Annie on 10/15/07

It is so easy for anyone to claim they are a Prophet. Jesus was known as a Prophet and specifically said in Matthew 19. That except it be for fornication if you marry someone married you will be called an Adulterer. This person you sort for advice on who to marry was not who they claimed to be the advice is not in line with Scripture. It was clearly a LIE! Best to check with scripture rather than listen to these so called prophets I've seen a lot of disappointed/confused women because of their lies.
---Carla5754 on 10/15/07

God's will for him at this time is to love his wife as Christ loved the church and gave Himself for it...his wife being the woman he is presently married to. Also, I would caution you regarding a prophetic word that went in a direction opposite what was spoken. The spirit of the prophet is subject to the prophets and sometimes well-meaning folks speak things that they have imagined instead of things revealed by God. God doesn't make mistakes. People do.
---Linda on 10/15/07

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With the prophecy and your intercession coupled together, I am uncertain as to whether this would have gone in any direction other than what was prophesied and prayed for if indeed God were the author of it. Even if he left his present wife to marry you, I would be wary of his integrity even as a believer, not being able to take seriously a covenant he had already made with someone else.
---Linda on 10/15/07

Even though he married her while unbelieving, that does not change the covenant he has first with God regarding the testimony of His nature through him. The covenant with God defines everything else and his concern should not be whether he was saved or unsaved when he married but whether or not what he does now glorifies God.
---Linda on 10/15/07

Its time for u to just be friends with him and not to break up a marriage, that isn't in God's plans for him to divorce his wife and marry u that would be wrong. Now, however, if it is trully meant for u down the road if something sould happen to his wife by him becoming a widow thats different but I don't wish nothing on the wife so nobody think that I was.
---ANN on 10/14/07

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