Your Married Boyfriend Isn't God's Man for You

Many years ago the classic television series “Touched by An Angel” aired an episode called “An Unexpected Snow.”

The story was about an unexpected meeting between a man’s mistress and his wife over the Thanksgiving holiday.

“He’s not supposed to be married,” Megan (the mistress) argued. “He’s supposed to be with me. God made a mistake.”

“If something gets this ugly and this painful, God had nothing to do with it,” Monica (the angel) explained.

Satan often preys on Christian single women over 35 to make them think something godly can come out of their ungodly unison with a married man. Satan uses the men’s religious titles or his Super Christian status in the church to make the women think that they have landed a prize.

The married boyfriends say all the right words that single godly females who want to get married long to hear. Sisters, remember Eve was deceived by what the Enemy said (Genesis 3:4). These married boyfriends appear to be the answers to the single godly women prayers, but they are ravenous wolves (Matt. 7:15).

Let's stop talking about single godly females as a group and talk about "you" as an individual godly woman. To keep you in an ungodly relationship, the Enemy will magnify your fears—
fears of unbearable loneliness without this man and your fears of never finding a single man like your married man.

The truth is if you took a few minutes to really think about your relationship, you would find that your relationship with your married boyfriend isn’t as rosy as you would like to believe. If you took a few minutes to stop listening to the romantic love songs or looking at the romantic movies, you would discover your relationship is built on a weak foundation. Your relationship is built on a sand of lies (Matt 7:26-27) and a relationship built on lies is doom from the beginning.

Satan, the master deceiver, knows as long you, a godly woman, remain in the ungodly unison, what you want most will never come. God's man for you could walk in front of your face and you would never see it, not with your spiritual eyes. You have allowed the Enemy to blind you like an unbeliever (2 Cor. 4:4).  

I pray for you as Elisha prayed in 2 Kings 6:17, "O LORD, I pray, open (her) his eyes that (she) he may see…

You are a beautiful and valued daughter of the King, my sister!