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Christian Woman Wants Married Man

What do you call a Christian woman that wants a married man to be her husband? She befriended that married man while him and his wife were having trouble.

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"Being a Christian does NOT remove temptation."
Cluny
Ugh...yes, but temptation is not sin.
---Elder on 4/6/12


Moderator permit- family,If the sister give a thought,why bother with a guy 'cuz he got "issues" home? He will do the same with you? If he leave her,why should he trust you?? So,it's no good,either way! Truth is "the devil tells (singles) "you feel lonely!" that a trick he love to dangle before you ..lonely? Not If you realize you lose so much! God got more for you/better when the right time arrives. Don't let satan take your joy,peace of mind,comfort 'n know Jesus with you.
---ELENA on 4/6/12


It is wrong to want a man who is committed to another woman. She should leave him alone and not pursue friendship, NEVER being alone with him. Feelings will die eventually when she focuses on other things/friends in her life.
---melia on 4/5/12


moderator permit- the word says "shun the very appearance of evil." the enemy works always on the mind,so got keep focused! I would refuse to even keep conversation... move on! Let them work it out. Couples already have a history they don't need a third wheel in the way!
---ELENA on 4/4/12


The tempter walks up and down in the earth, seeking the gullible to destroy, but greater is Jesus Almighty in us then the foolish devil that is in the world. "The person whom builds their house upon The Rock, when the rain descends, and the floods come, and the winds blow, and beat upon that house, it falls not, for it is founded upon The Rock. But the disobedient is like the foolish person whom builds their house upon the sand: when the rain descends, and the floods come, and the winds blow, and beat upon that house, it falls, and great is the fall of it."
---Eloy on 2/23/12




\\I agree this woman definetly needs salvation.
---shirley on 2/23/12


Nicole, the woman needs to get saved.
---Eloy on 2/23/12\\

Being a Christian does NOT remove temptation.
---Cluny on 2/23/12


I agree this woman definetly needs salvation.
---shirley on 2/23/12


Nicole, the woman needs to get saved.
---Eloy on 2/23/12


Eloy, you lie and sin when you say believers in Christ turn the word of God around in order to sin. That is shear nonesense. It seems to me you turn the word around in order to claim perfection. You said,
" Jesus never said, Go run along and continue in your sins, and you will be blessed, and I will save you." What do you expect a pure and Holy righteous God to say? Go and sin some? He cannot go against who He is. That is a dumb statement. Everyone is a sinner, you included since you have not been able to forgive your own wife. You have no clue if God will save her and through her own testimony others will come to Christ. Yet you have sentenced her to hell already and she is not even dead.
---Mark_V. on 2/23/12


The way that sinners turn God's words around in order to give unlawful license and to justify their sins is foolishness. Jesus never said, Go run along and continue in your sins, and you will be blessed, and I will save you. No, he said Repent from your sin, and follow me, and then I will be your God and you my child, and I will bless you. Jesus did not make hell in vain, it is not for the obedient, but for those whom choose sin rather than righteousness.
---Eloy on 2/22/12




Shira, you are correct. We are continually been cleanse from our sin, what is called sanctification, the work of the Spirit in every believers life, I'm talking of those who have been saved born of the Spirit. No one is sinless, not even Eloy. We all come short of the glory of God. The very reason we all die a physical death. Paul talked about sin within him. He said, for what I'm doing I do not understand. He wants to do good all the time, because He is saved, he then says, for the good that I will to do, I do not find. And says, "Now if I do what I will not to do, it is no longer I who do it, (his spirit) but sin that dwells in me"
---Mark_V. on 2/22/12


Jesus is with me, and I am on his side, I am not on anyone's side whom is proAdultery and neither is Jesus. He did Not command the adulteress, Go and sin some more, so I can save you some more, No, God forbid. Instead he tells all flesh, "Get right and sin not, else you all will die in your sins."
---Eloy on 2/22/12


Shira, if Jesus isn't wrong in this instance, then Eloy is, and he might not take it too kindly if we said that about him.
---John.usa on 2/22/12


John.usa, A-men. Jesus had no need to name the woman an adulteress, for she already knew the reason why she was about to be stoned to death. And Jesus said to, Go and sin no more, else something worse come upon you. When a person is saved by Jesus, if the person is really and truly grateful within their heart for being saved, then they will not be quick to go back into that same condemnation. That's the difference of having Christ on the inside vesus Christ on the outside of us, the difference of knowing Christ vesus knowing about Christ.
---Eloy on 2/20/12


john usa, Jesus never made a mistake. He was perfect and sinless. Man will always sin. Man is not perfect but when we are washed in the blood, our sin is covered. Anyone can get forgiveness but we still must pay for our choices in this life. Remember Paul was a murderer but God forgave him but he still had trouble in the flesh as we all do.
---shira4368 on 2/20/12


AMEN, Eloy. She's a child of the devil. Jesus made a big mistake when he didn't call that woman caught in adultery a child of the devil, which she was, just like the woman mentioned on this blog.
---John.usa on 2/19/12


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\\Firstly, she is NOT a Christian woman, but a NonChristian adulterous woman. She is a home-wrecker, wedlock-breaker, and child of the devil.\\

Anyone can be tempted.

Even youm, Eloy.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 2/19/12


Firstly, she is NOT a Christian woman, but a NonChristian adulterous woman. She is a home-wrecker, wedlock-breaker, and child of the devil.
---Eloy on 2/19/12


(Sigh!), didn't mean to start anything Rhonda.
---Mary on 2/19/12


Hi Rhonda, I only mean that I have no sympathy for any married man that would knowingly cheat on his wife--or the other way around. The real "victim" is the one being cheated on, that's all I meant. :)
*****

never claimed the wife would not be a victim

and I certainly hope you are NOT attempting to defend this manipulative and very calculating women whose MOTIVES where unpure from the beginning as being counted a "victim" too seeing she devised a plan to maliciously strike up a friendship with a married man ...just saying :)

although "befriending" is one step closer to adultery the poster didn't claim adultery
---Rhonda on 2/18/12


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Hi Rhonda, I only mean that I have no sympathy for any married man that would knowingly cheat on his wife--or the other way around. The real "victim" is the one being cheated on, that's all I meant. :)
---Mary on 2/16/12


....many single women are manipulated and lied to by married men, to gain their sympathy. The man may have lied, saying his marriage was over....
*****

Agreed as I have loudly mentioned on other posts

however the poster is CLAIMING the single "christian" women befriended a married man who was having trouble in his marriage

the poster DID NOT SAY a married man befriended this women then USED the excuse his marriage was ending

DO YOU COMPREHEND the difference?

besides the poster was clear in stating this single women wants a married man to be her husband

many women are not happy unless they have left a wake of destruction behind them
---Rhonda on 2/16/12


Rhonda: I believe you meant to say Proverbs 31.

I will also say that many single women are manipulated and lied to by married men, to gain their sympathy. The man may have lied, saying his marriage was over, and it was just a matter of the paperwork.
---Trish on 2/16/12


Rhonda, are you saying that a married man who chooses to have an affair is a "victim"?
*****

When ANY SINGLE women BEFRIEND married men it is NEVER for a pure motive

then add to this the man this single women befriended was a man whose marriage was in trouble makes the man vulnerable to the influences of someone other than his wife!!

the women is clearly not a true "christian women" who is exercising Psalms 31 or the instructions from Peter or Timothy so we can eliminate that factor up front

the women is manipulative cunning and destructive and women like that KNOW how to get their way most times

are you claiming women whose motives are calculating are the victims????
---Rhonda on 2/16/12


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--Why can't adult men take responsibility for themselves?
---atheist on 2/15/12--

Adult men and women dodge responsibility and accountability every day. They deny their creator and the fact that they are sinners in His eyes in need of salvation.
---CraigA on 2/15/12


I actually agree with you on this atheist! :D My ex is one of those that blames everyone and his brother for all his problems--ugh!
---Mary on 2/15/12


Mary,
Just like Adam was a victim of Eve's regarding the apple?

Why can't adult men take responsibility for themselves?
---atheist on 2/15/12


Rhonda, are you saying that a married man who chooses to have an affair is a "victim"?
---Mary on 2/15/12


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Steveng,

I just don't believe in gods.

What this antichrist stuff about?
---atheist on 2/15/12


devil you are a liar to mans thoughts and i say to you that you shall depart from this Woman's life and that she be set free form your hold in Jesus name amen
---curtis on 2/15/12


Rhonda : "Atheist it must trouble your MIND to spend so much time on a site you have no belief in..."

Your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour. Atheist is an antichrist causing division among you.
---Steveng on 2/14/12


Atheist it must trouble your MIND to spend so much time on a site you have no belief in

I can't imagine going over to an atheist site and wasting my precious time discussing something I have no belief in it is a very queer thing you do

As for stoning I would suggest you look to the words and actions of Christ - you won't find any "stonings" going on there

As for THIS women - many claim they are christian yet they are not

her label in today's society might be a home wrecker and the married man would be her victim

if she succeeds in destroying this marriage when she tires of this man she will find another vulnerable marriage and befriend her next victim and so it goes with women like this
---Rhonda on 2/13/12


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The mod is right. Lusting after someone, especially a married man is just plain adultery.
---Trish on 2/13/12


So should she be stoned?
---atheist on 2/13/12


Are you sure she is a Christian, or does she just claim to be a Christian.
---Rob on 2/13/12


Moderator:

Thanks for giving an answer that is straight from the Bible.

Hopefully, some church Pastors will read this blog post and have the courage to repeat the "A-word" in front of their own church congregations.

There are a lot of sinful sexual things going on right in the churches. Even among Christians. Whether in just thought, or behavior, or both.

The Apostle Paul said so in his letter to the Corinthians. And the problem is even LARGER today, because there are more people in the world than there was during Paul's ministry time.
---Sag on 2/13/12


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"And I say unto you, Whosoever shall put away his wife, except it be for fornication, and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and whoso marrieth her which is put away doth commit adultery." Matthew 19:9

"Whosoever putteth away his wife, and marrieth another, committeth adultery: and whosoever marrieth her that is put away from her husband committeth adultery." Luke 16:18
---christan on 2/13/12


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