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Will God really bless the relationships of a person who flits from woman to woman?

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No God will not bless an affair if it is Adulterous, what do you really mean?

Are you understanding blessings for their are many Blessings,even the Muslims are blessed being the off spring of Abraham.

God blesses the just/unjust, but it's one thing being blessed another thing to be eligible for Eternal life of which Adultery, Fornication and many other things inhibit you from the Kingdom of heaven.
---Carla3939 on 6/21/09


Alan_Of_UK:

I know that the sin wasn't yours. Sorry if my response implied that. Blessings!
---Augie on 6/3/09


Cluny, Robyn & Augie ... Please don't jump to conclusions! It is not my affair!!

Please read mine of 6/3, and you will see that I was quoting a comment from someone else on a closed blog.

I was hugely surprised that anyone could think that God "understands you love both women, and you love this new women more than your wife ... Do what you will in your life with no regrets."

So I asked this new question.
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/3/09


I have a question that maybe the group can help me with. It is about Elvis Presley, the KING of rock-and-roll. Many of us know that he would treat women badly and just "use" them.

According to the Bible, sin IS sin, even if everyone involved agrees to it. Like sexual encounters or an orggie (group sex).

What was it that made Elvis Presley so "popular" with women? And why did they submit/allow themselves to be treated so badly? Like described above.
---Augie on 6/3/09


SusieB:

I just wanted to explain that Elvis Presley might be popular, but his life was NOT what God would approve of. Just in case there was any flak about my not being an Elvis fan. Some people, especially people born after Elvis Presley died, are super-sensitive to discussions like this one. They adore Elvis Presley like a god who couldn't possibly be living a bad life. Not good. Only God is God.
---Augie on 6/3/09




Augie...I don't think you can tarnish something that is already bad. I was agreeing with you, in case you didn't notice. LOL
---SusieB on 6/3/09


It really depends on the definition of "flits" and "dating".

Some people in some church singles groups want to leave no stone unturned in the search for a wife. I know guys that have asked out every single young woman in the singles group for coffee or ice cream just to casually get to know them to see if anything serious develops.

Now, I suppose if promises are made or things are said about love or commitment to more than one person at a time, that would be flitting and a bad thing.
---obewan on 6/3/09


While married, there is no way. Not married who knows.
---Jimbo on 6/3/09


I asked this following the last post on the now closed blog "Will God bless my affair?"
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/2/09

NO. God will not bless your affair. Fooling yourself into thinking that God will say that an affair is O.K. is a LIE from the devil. Most blended families don't work out as easily as the "Brady Bunch" TV show.

This question concerned me because several people I know, and they are Christians, have experienced the affair scene. Some affairs evolved into marriages, but many affairs ended with a lot of hurt, broken people. Especially any children who were affected. I think that an affair is one of the worst things that a person can do for either themselves or their family.

---Augie on 6/3/09


SusieB and NV Barbara:

I didn't mean to "tarnish" the reputation of rock-and-roll King Elvis Presley. I believe that he was a person whom God allowed to become a "bad" example for us. Why? Well, it was all Elvis' own choices and God wanted other people to see that making "bad" choices leads to "bad" outcomes. Like what happened with Elvis Presley. He died when he was only 42 years old. Pretty young.

I think that the "bad" things in Elvis Presley's life included: drugs, womanizing and illicit sexual encounters, marital unfaithfulness, questionable music, idolatry, driving himself to physical exhaustion, neglecting his family, and probably other sinful things.


---Augie on 6/3/09




I would say NO!! and NO!! Again. You are unstable,immature,egoist who need to grow up and face life. I pity the women who get involved with you. You also need spiritual and psychological help...quickly! You have too many problems to even think about beginning a serious relationship with anyone. Why destroy anothers life with your selfishness and demons? Get help today.
---Robyn on 6/3/09


Cluny ... This is the post which led me to open this new blog:

"Can you forgive yourself? That is the question. God forgives people who forgive themselves. Do not listen to what other people say, how they say absolutely not. I say to you, yes, he can. God blesses all relationships. He has no judgment/opinion on the matter of who you love. He understands you love both women, and you love this new women more than your wife you are currently married to.
God is not as judgmental as everyone says him to be. And I say it is a sin to make people afraid of God, our creator.
Do what you will in your life with no regrets."
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/3/09


NO 'idol' of mine Susie!
He was said to have 'slept' with every woman who was the leading 'lady' in each of his movies.

Creepy guy who commited slow suicide from all the legal, and illegal drugs he took over many years.
He wasn't just fat from his diet, he was like a balloon, bloated from all the drugs he ingested, or injected.
---NV_Barbara on 6/3/09


augie...You are probably going to get a lot of flack for attacking "The King". I agree with you though. I have never seen why people idolized Elvis Presley so much. He was a womanizer and drug addict. What kind of idol is that?
---SusieB on 6/2/09


Your posting is capable of several interpretations.

Could you clarify, please?
---Cluny on 6/2/09


I asked this following the last post on the now closed blog "Will God bless my affair?"
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/2/09


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This question sounds like it is referencing what Elvis Presley went through. He claimed to be a Christian. However, Elvis was also busy flirting, and committing adultery, with countless women. One after another. In plain English, womanizing and lusting.

I would say that it is unlikely that God would bless the relationships that you describe. It sounds like the person is so busy finding their "next" friend, that they wouldn't even be taking the time to truly get to know their "current" friend. Perhaps they need to "slow down" and yield their life to God in their relationships. Moving quickly among friends might be a sign of a sinful lifestyle. Like what Elvis Presley was living.


---Augie on 6/2/09


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