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Boyfriend Sacrificed Me For God

I need help! My boyfriend and I started dating before we came to God. We are now broken up because he says he has to sacrifice me for God! I don't understand?

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 ---caron on 5/12/11
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Caron, As new believers, the best thing you, or your boyfriend can do, is to spend as much time as possible with the Lord, getting to know Him. A lot may change in your lives, as He gave you new hearts and your desires will change. Allow God to work in you. If you're a true believer you will be leaving your old ways behind as the Lord convicts and leads. God can bring you and your boyfriend back together if He chooses, but if your individual lives aren't built upon Him, the Rock, it will be built upon sand, and subject to crumble with life's storms
---christina on 5/16/11

alan 8566 Thanks for the info, and wivv is the more correct.
---wivv on 5/14/11


of course you wouldn't understand - nobody would understand this is NOT something the Father in Heaven requests - HE asks people to obey not sacrifice their entire lives!! it is heartbreaking to hear when people become consumed with their religious zealotry they even make their wayward religious ideas their idol

all one has to remember is MANY will come in Christs name ...we near the end of this age FALSE prophets are everywhere the Jim Jones poison drinkers and Camping brainwashed simply follow mortal men ...don't be disappointed rejoice and find someone who can LIVE for God not make themselves their own self-imposed sacrifice
---Rhonda on 5/14/11

Wivv ... or should I say wivv? The Caron I was referring to was the same Caron that Elder was referring to.
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/14/11


Alan made a mistake and said "Caron". Surely he meant to say "caron", the person who created the blog!
I know, these things are complicated...!
---Nana on 5/13/11

ALAN Who is Caron?
---wivv on 5/13/11

are you guys both saved now?
---Leilani_Clancy on 5/13/11


Give him my congratulations and my blessings!!!

Now support him and leave him alone. Move on and far away as you can. So you are not the Temptor!

If you compete against G-d and become HIS will lose BIG TIME!!!
---John on 5/13/11

caron...Since he has made this decision, why not abide by it? It sounds like he wants to live for God and not for you. Leave him alone and let God work this out.
---KarenD on 5/13/11

Just what do you mean by "came to God"?

Where were you before? Can you elaborate?

Why do you want a man who doesn't want you?

Christ is risen!
---Cluny on 5/13/11

Well, if you both came to God, any sexual stuff needs to stop, and no arguing (Philippians 2:14). But this does not mean your relationship has to stop, unless you are pushing him to argue and be immoral and be isolated from other Christians > you need to share with mature Christians so their example (1 Peter 5:3) can help you get real with God and learn how to relate in love with any and all people (Matthew 5:46), not just ones you want to use for what you want! If you have really come to God, he and other Christians who know you personally can talk with you about "why".
---Bill_willa6989 on 5/13/11

Caron said, "before we came to God." The "we" indicates to me that they both had the same spiritual experience. So as far as the speculation of others here just disregard it.
My advice is, Do not chase this guy. Tell him to think this over and if he still wants to go away send him on. He sounds very immature.
---Elder on 5/13/11

wivv ... When did Caron say she was not a Christian?
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/13/11

While I disagree on his selection of the word, "sacrifice",he is CORRECT in stating he has to end your romantic relationship. Read the Scripture selection I've taken from Bible to prove his reason: 2 Corinthians 6:14 (KJV) "14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers:...." For him not to end the romantic relationship would be against what the Bible teaches since you say you are not a Christian and he is a Christian.
---wivv on 5/12/11

I'm assuming that he feels your relationship is not appropriate in the sight of God.

Especially if you were engaged in sexual conduct before and now he deems that inappropriate, which it is.

If you love him tell him you are willing to wait and don't force him into anything he perceives as unrighteousness.

If you are not willing to live the Christian faith it is going to be a hard road ahead with many obstacles.

---paul on 5/12/11

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