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Will My Relationship Be Blessed

I fell in love with my best friend wile still married and before my divorce. Will our relationship ever be blessed or are we doomed? I love her with all my heart. She says born of sin we will never be blessed. She is now a reborn Christian. Please help me understand.

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u just have to hook on god
---robbe on 5/5/12


Confess from your heart(s) sincerely everything you understand now that you have done wrong. Ask sincerely for His forgiveness. Once HE forgives you, relieve & peace will come from HIM into your heart. Give your life totally to Jesus, and it shall be well with you both.
---Adetunji on 2/25/12


//King David wasnt in sin when he loved another man's wife. His sin was stealing her from the man by ending his life.//

Those both were sinful acts. Do not covet your neighbors wife. He could have ran away at that moment when he realized it but he did not. Thus he compounded a sin from adultery through a line of sins to murder of Uriah.
---Scott1 on 2/23/12


Bill-willa, very good answer you gave that many do not think about when you said,

" And, by the way, we do not exactly understand, ourselves, all the God does with us (c: Loving is deeper than what we can understand and explain (c: Romans 11:33)

For He said in (Romans 11:34-36) "For who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has become His counselor? Or who has first given to Him And it shall be repaid to him? For of Him and through Him and to Him are all things, to whom be glory forever. Amen"
---Mark_V. on 2/21/12


your relationship is NOT doomed. A struggle CAN (probably will) arise because of it but if you choose God he can see you through. The evil one is a whisperer of lies that makes problems bigger than they seem. I know easier said than done but strive to be open and communicate when a problem does arise. Do not let the start of the relationship become the tension in a relationship.
---Scott1 on 2/20/12




Always move forward > well, now she has a conscience, so she is not the person you fell in love with, now that she is with Jesus. So, your loving her "could" be out-of-date, for who you still think she is. If you want a real adventure, let her free but get to really know her and see how she develops as a Christian, now. And, by the way, we do not exactly understand, ourselves, all the God does with us (c: Loving is deeper than what we can understand and explain (c: Romans 11:33
---Bill_willa6989 on 2/20/12


1st Cliff, Yes I strove for A's, anything less was unacceptable to my earthly father.
---Eloy on 2/20/12


Eloy, Did you ever get an "A" in class?
Which subject? (not counting lunch)
Are you a "strover"?
---1st_cliff on 2/19/12


alwaysmoveforward, you also can become a reborn Christian.
---Eloy on 2/19/12


\\Born-again Christians take the strait and narrow way which leads to everlasting life, and the worldly are on the broad and wide road which leads to destruction.\\

And then there's Eloy, whom we know by his fruits.

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




Alwaysmove, everyone alive sins, even King David before the murder. "..For there is no man who does not sin.." (2 Chronicles 6:36).
"Enter not into judgment with they servant, "for no man living is righteous before thee" (Ps.20:9).
"Surely there is not a righteous man on earth who does good and never sins" (Ecc. 7:20).
"...For I have already charged that all men, both Jews and Greeks, are under the power of sin, as it is written, none is righteous, no not one, no one understands, no one seeks for God..." (Romans 3:9-12).
The question is, are you saved? You have sinned and so has she. Go before the Lord and with a contrite heart ask Him to forgive you both.
---Mark_V. on 2/19/12


alwaysmoveforward, There are 2 paths in life, the strait and narrow, and the broad and wide. Born-again Christians take the strait and narrow way which leads to everlasting life, and the worldly are on the broad and wide road which leads to destruction. We Christians exercise the Golden Rule, "Do and say to others exactlt what we desire other to do and say to us." And we are hated by sinners for this, much like the unprepared student whom does not work to obtain an "A" in class, and so the unprepared student hates the ones whom have studied and strove and obtained the "A".
---Eloy on 2/19/12


King David wasnt in sin when he loved another man's wife. His sin was stealing her from the man by ending his life.

All of us are born of sin... and yet we receive forgiveness and grace to persevere.

If you are divorced I would suggest asking the Lord if it is HIS will for you and this woman to be together.
---JackB on 2/18/12


Your name says it > move forward . . . from her . . . love her by letting her free.

Loving her includes you trust her. And falling in love with one person can be isolating and an idol thing. We need to grow in loving more and more different people, especially sharing with people who are more mature and successful in relating and marriage, than we are.

So, please stay with us and share more with us (c:
---Bill_willa6989 on 2/18/12


What relationship?

It doesn't sound to me like she wants to have one with you.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 2/17/12


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