don't date a married guy because you would be encouraging that guy to commit adultery.
---Kris on 3/13/10|
"Its' just that I feel guilt somewhere somehow"
Anata ... are you still dating him?
Have you destroyed his marriage yet?
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/12/10|
What you need to ask yourself is "What would Jesus say?" Reflect on the story of the Samaritan woman at the well: If your man divorces his wife for you, where does that put you in the eyes of God?
If he was married in church and took vows before God, then you are helping him break them with all the consequences for his wife, his children and the families on both sides. Can you live with that?
Often a situation like you find yourself in derives from loneliness. Even in marriage there can be loneliness which often spurs a partner to look elsewhere for love.
The basis of this relationship must be LOVE, but so far you are wavering which makes me think your head and your heart are not in sync.
---Terry on 3/7/10|
I think you know the answer to your own question. Just remember...what goes around, does come around.
You see, I have been the recipient of the hurt and devastation caused by a woman like you. While I worked, my husband and the day-care provider, saw fit to begin an affair.
In the end, when she was left in the cold, she was devastated. Are you smart enough to learn from her mistake? Or do you need a dose of hurt and devastation?
---Chris on 1/26/10|
"Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sin. Each victory will help you, some other to win. Fight manfully onward, dark passion subdue. Look ever to Jesus, He ll carry you through. ASK the Saviour to HELP you..." These words are culled from a song from the Baptist Hymnal. It may be found in other hymnals too, i do not remember the name of the composer now. THE WORDS HAVE HELPED ME BEFORE IT CAN HELP YOU TOO. That guilty feeling is the Holy Spirit's warning from outside of you.
---Adetunji on 1/13/10|
I agree 100% with what
\\Cluny// has said
---Gabby on 1/11/10|
Even if one totally ignores the whole cheating and adultery issue, what does this say about the people involved?
Here is a man who is married - in a committed covenant relationship. Yet he's willing to throw aside all of his commitments because "it feels good at the time". How do you think he will later treat you when somebody better comes along? How can you respect or rely on someone like that?
Also, you have shown that you are willing to take actions that could jeopardize someone else's relationship just for your own ends. Could you respect the next person who will steal him from you? And if not, how could you respect yourself?
---StrongAxe on 1/10/10|
Wow! You feel guilty about a relationship with a married man? Why would you want to date a man who has a wife? Do you like being a tramp?
---KarenD on 1/9/10|
I'm sure that this man will be every bit as faithful to you, anatoria, as he is to his present wife.
---Cluny on 1/9/10|
Sure is. One day you yourself will probably be married (hopefully not to this winner) but you won't like it if someone starts dating your husband.
---amand6348 on 1/8/10|
I would go so far as to assume that dating has to imply adultery. It might not have reached that stage yet
But dating does have an element of romance ... and the possiblity that you may get closer, and if you get closer & closer, then there will be and engagement & then marriage. That's usually the possibility when you are dating.
That means adultery is the ultimate possibility.
YOU MUST STOP SEEING THIS MAN
He is cheating on his wife, and you are complicit in this
---alan8566_of_uk on 1/8/10|
if you are a christian,shouldn,t you know the answer to your question?of course its wrong.
---tom2 on 1/8/10|
To date a married man is nothing more than ADULTRY with a promise he will marry you..Chances are he won't and in my many years of counseling, I have been told they the other partner would rather that their mate died than commit adultry with some other, I assume you are single There are many other ways to meet single Christian men
---Dr_George on 1/8/10|
Yes, it is absolutely wrong to date a married guy. You are committing adultery. You need to take it to the next level and tell him GOOD-BYE! There are no other choices in this matter, and then you need to repent of your sin to the Father and turn from this evil.
---tommy3007 on 1/8/10|