Pretending to be a Christian: When Online Dates Lie to Get Sex
Before long, the two would meet and exchange brief notes online asking typical questions like: "Why did you choose this site? What are you looking for in a new relationship? Where do you desire to live? Do you have any children? How long ago was your last dating experience?"
It all seemed so harmless, at least in the beginning, that is until the stories shared between the two resulted in some harsh words exchanged a few times.
The woman of God wasn't interested in "no heathen who would mess up her spiritual walk." Her online connection was encouraging her to invite him to her home for some "cuddling." On the other hand, he wasn't going to date some "mouthy minister" who thought that she was "better than" he. The spiritually confused man had talked about how he was tired of her messages with scripture posted at the end. The worshipper said she was tired of reading about his days at the job. At times he used expletives to explain how he felt about a few bad days here and there while she used words of encouragement and left her frustrations with God.
Things went from good, to okay, and then to bad during this short-lived online relationship. Both continued their Internet pursuits hoping to find the "good man and good woman" of their dreams--good luck!
The previous example is just a reminder to those of you who are Christians or those pretending to "love the Lord" or "go to church" or "enjoy the Bible" to STOP!
God sees all! Don't wonder why your connections are never lasting ones!
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