When You are the Other Woman

Christian dating sexualityChristian dating sexuality

Neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.

— (John 8:11, NCV)

Man sharing. That’s what the modern dating scene is all about. Several women dating the same man, fighting for his attentions with hopes of beating out the others to win his heart and the coveted wedding ring. With all the talk of a man shortage in the media, many women are taking male company wherever they can get it. Married or not. No woman wants to be alone, man-less, sexless, and childless, or considered to be an Old Maid. So, when the opportunity to couple with a man arises, fear and desperation drive women to accept the invitations of unavailable man. If you are the other woman, and seeing a married man doesn’t bother you, then your decision is between you and God. But, if you want more than a married woman’s scraps, God has provided a way to a better life.

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Ashan R. Hampton is the author of several Christian inspirational books: “Prayers & Confessions for Modern Christian Women” (2020), “Still Single Over 40: Reclaim Your Love Life” (2019), “Prayers & Confessions for Teens and Young Adults” (2018), “MCW Living Single Bible Readings” (2017), “Prayers & Confessions for Everyday Victory” (2017), “Before You Start Dating Again” (2016), “Some Bitter, Some Sweet: Becoming a Single Woman God Can Use” (2016), “Soul Thoughts: Poems & Essays” (2015), “Girl Please…Know When to Let That Man Go” (2015). Visit our website for ordering information at www.mcwwisdom.com/books.


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