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It would have been different if it had been a married couple.
This blogger appears to be up to no good and is seeking approval for her sinful actions.
Marriage is a Holy institution and should be honored at all cost. Pray that God will allow you to be a sister in Christ who can acknowledge his good qualities, pray for him, but stay out of his circle of intimate friends. Separate the two out of the group and on their own spells disaster.
In His loving grip As long as neither of you have any intentions of crossing the husband /wife boundary, you can be friends.****hmmm so that would e innocent TEMPTATION? If there aren't any problems in the marriage there will be and if the marriage is having problems they will get worse.
Is it fine to have friendship with a married man while I am a single lady, we are both Christians, and the friendship is genuine and pure. But, then again you appear sinful with your quick "condemnation" of me. I hope you were because that would appear to be one in a row for you.
Join Our Free Chat and Take The Relationships Quiz --- "This blogger appears to be up to no good and is seeking approval for her sinful actions.---Elder 10/21/11That is quite a condemnation given that all you know is what the poster told you..." Rocky Rocky, that is quire a condemnation you gave me since I did say it "appears."I did not say this was sinful but that it appears sinful.
Of course anyone who knows my wife and me always likes/loves her best. Any friend of mine that is not a friend of my wife is no friend of mine!!! ****Absolutely all my husbands friends are friends of mine EXCEPT I don't ENTERTAIN their friendships away from my husband ...
be honest,better off not get involved with couples,not good ... If you are a true Christian you need not even ask this question. If you feel the need to minister to her then do it with your wife and never alone, I have seen something like this turn into seeking that forbidden fruit and nothing good came from it.
it is 100% acceptable to be friends with a married man. I do think the single woman should be a friend to both the married man & woman. Her physical husband is hers-Give her-her place-or she may need to take it-that could only cause problems for them and is not fair to her.
yet many women don't that is why this poster believes as a single self-professing "christian lady" she can be friends with married men because she "christianized" the friendship as genuine and pure ..ONLY deceives herself and eventually over time either she or the married man will be temptedher deception is genuine and pure I think it can be a vary, vary dangerous relationship. You should be friends with him and his wife but not just with the married man. Take some advice from someone who has been in this situation.
Limited Friendships are fine, but if you start to share personal thoughts, thinking about him when you are not around him, texting/email/FB and what not, then the lines are becoming a little blurred IMO. I have had numerous married men make passes at me over the years and thank God I never had anything to do with any of them. Nothing good comes from a male or female having a relationship with a single person other than amongst being in a group.
This blogger appears to be up to no good and is seeking approval for her sinful actions.---Elder 10/21/11That is quite a condemnation given that all you know is what the poster told you, namely "the friendship is genuine and pure" A "pure" friendship is perfectly OK provided it does not create any negative feelings by any of the three parties involved, including the mans wife, such as jealousy, envy, covetnous, apprehension, anxiety, or distrust. The only person I can depend on in this world is my wife. Someone who wants a "secret" friendship or one in which she is not involved, be it male or female, will not have any of my time.
I know what she will do and how she will act/react in any event. This blogger singled out the "married man" in this "friendship.