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Black Relationship (Cheating is Cheap)


Cheating is Cheap: It doesn’t require much effort to cheat your man. Weak people cheat. But real tough men and real strong women do something more challenging like being faithful. There are many beautiful women & handsome men out there. Relationship does not blind us from noticing and appreciating God’s beauty in handsome and attractive people; but Christian maturity should stop us from lusting after them. When you say “I do” you’re saying “I am old enough, matured enough and godly enough to be content with my one and only man. I will not stare, drool or go after any other person regardless of how beautiful, handsome or attractive they are. I love God, I love and respect my man & I honor my commitment too much to lust after things that don’t last.” Lasting love is not lusting. Make your relationship last; don’t lust.

Also when a man puts his lady first above everyone and everything except God, it gives his women the sense of security and honor that every women hungers for. No women wants to be bunched together with everyone. No women wants to compete for the attention of her man. You chose her above everyone. Honor her and respect her by cherishing her above everyone.

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