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Worried friend is with wrong woman

shadiasimpson, shadiasimpson@nationnews.com

Added 18 October 2012


Dear Christine, I greet you in the mighty name of Jesus. Having you there to share our pain is a real blessing. My best friend is involved with a sister who goes to church in St George and assists in Sunday School. However, with her promiscuous ways, she should not be allowed around children. My friend and this woman met at a popular membership-only shopping club and he thought he had hit the jackpot. However, I told him that this woman used her position to meet married men. When my friend met her she was a new person. They were into each other until he suddenly got sick and was in a coma. Within two weeks she was sleeping with his temporary replacement. She even showed up at the hospital with this man and was seen taking him to my friend’s home. It was touch and go for a while and it seemed she thought my friend was going to die. She spent every moment with her new sugar daddy who showered her with gifts, drove her everywhere and was seen holding hands with her in public. It looked like he thought he had my friend’s girl – making everyone wonder if my friend was dead already. However, my friend recovered in Jesus’ name after six weeks of being ill. The first thing he did after recovering was to ask her to marry him. She accepted. After he left the hospital she hardly visited him and never stopped seeing this new guy. My friend is blindly in love. How can I tell him the truth? I truly believe he would take her back. – Lady Di     Dear Lady Di, I know you are expecting an answer from me but your letter is just a wonderful example of maliciousness, which was written in no uncertain terms to cast doubt and damage the reputation of this woman. If she is all you’ve said she is, then she has to answer to God for her supposedly “wicked ways”. Let Him be her judge. You certainly went to great lengths to find out all you can about this woman and all the “detective” work you’ve done must have called for a lot of time, work and effort. I suggest that you stay out of this couple’s business and take care of your own. – CHRISTINE


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