He is dating someone else now what

16-Nov-2014 10:08

She’s a big girl, and she can determine that on her own.I figured I wasn't ready spiritually to lead her and reasoned I needed to be stronger in my walk with Christ before I even thought about dating her.After high school ended, I decided to go out of state for school, and gradually, this girl and I began to talk even less.

Whenever we talked, though, I was overjoyed with her faithfulness in God, and it spurred me on to pursue God even harder.Recently, after returning from school, I found out that she's dating another guy from our church.Sure, there were some moments when I thought that some other girl was pretty, but I never found one that I really connected to on a spiritual level or was so in love with God.Right now I want to pray for an opportunity to be with her, but at the same time I don't want to interfere with her current relationship.As I’ve written before, women (and men) are entirely capable of taking in all the information there is about their relationship options and making their own decisions about them.

Whenever we talked, though, I was overjoyed with her faithfulness in God, and it spurred me on to pursue God even harder.

Recently, after returning from school, I found out that she's dating another guy from our church.

Sure, there were some moments when I thought that some other girl was pretty, but I never found one that I really connected to on a spiritual level or was so in love with God.

Right now I want to pray for an opportunity to be with her, but at the same time I don't want to interfere with her current relationship.

As I’ve written before, women (and men) are entirely capable of taking in all the information there is about their relationship options and making their own decisions about them.

While I appreciate the fact that we all want to respect someone pursuing the same person, that doesn’t mean we should feel as if we need to “protect” her from information that might alter the course she’s on.