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How old flames can creep back into your life to become affairs – #SoulTies

For the newbies, “Breaking Soul Ties” – is a weekly column by Olusola Adio – dedicated to help you understand
what #SoulTies are and how to break them with the power of God’s Word
and the power of the Holy Spirit.

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This week, we are looking
at how old flames can creep back into your life to become flings if you sustain
communication with them. We see also that women are more prone to this being
more emotional and requiring more validation than men.. This is a very powerful
teaching you don’t want to miss reading.

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A significant soul tie worth mentioning is that which happens
between a married person and someone else outside the marriage.
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Let’s
paint a hypothetical scenario over the next few points.
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Jack is a guy who was emotionally involved in a relationship
with a teenage sweetheart called Mary many years ago, in Lagos.
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Jill had a boyfriend in her teenage days too. Fast forward, 20
years. Jack is born again, married to Jill in Texas.
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Jill has lost touch with her old boyfriend. Jack has lost touch
with Mary as well. Jack & Jill are both career people in Texas.
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Somehow Mary gets married to Peter in Nigeria & they both
relocate to Georgia. years later, they are in Texas but Jack unaware
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One day Jack bumps into Mary 20 years after they last saw each
other, discover they now live in same city & exchange numbers.
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Bear in mind that Jack was sexually involved with Mary. A
monument in their memories back then.
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Mary calls Jack occasionally for advice on general issues. Jill
has a helpful colleague at work who is a great listener.
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Somehow stress at work for Jill makes her throw more at her
colleague. Calls between Jack & Mary become more frequent.
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Bear in mind also that Jack, Mary, Jill are all Christians who
pray, seek God and don’t miss church services.
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Scenario
complete! #SoulTies
begin to develop here. How? I’ll explain.
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Jack feels sense of obligation not 2 abandon Mary 2 solve
harmless issues. Jill gets workable solutions always from work mate.
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Emotional #SoulTies
develop that clearly open the doors for affairs involving people who never set
out to do evil from day 1.
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The most dangerous #SoulTies
that can hit your marriage come from old flames in either your past or your
spouse’s past.
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The next most dangerous #SoulTies
for a married woman comes through liaison with another man who listens better
than husband.
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For the married man, the next set of dangerous #SoulTies
come from women who provide a good solace. Nagging wives lose out here
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#SoulTies
develop for a married woman with doctor, lawyer, pastor or psychologist who
listens and talks nicer than husband
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For a laugh, #SoulTies
develop for a married Nigerian man who eats food cooked better by a woman
outside. #SoulTies
you agree?
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#SoulTies
also develop between a married man and outsiders if he has a wife who picks a
quarrel every second.
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For now, we assume no sex. But somehow, there is a soft spot
that seems to be building up for such people in your heart..
Conclusion
Please follow the link
below to read the complete scoop on how old flames can creep back into your
life to become flings if you sustain communication with them. Looking forward
to seeing you again next week. Please share this article with all your friends.
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7 Comments

  1. It is the truth. I am a 36years old lady. It almost ruined my home. But what l did when the pressures was roo much on me, to the extent that l was becoming cold in my relationship with my husband, , was to delete all contact with the old flame. Then l told him frankly that we needed to stop all communications to save our homes.After a time we got over it

    1. thanks for this Tope, would try it too but I still don't know how to break it off cos i'm starting to get used to the company of this old boo of mine.

  2. My girlfriend of five years while in the university was posted to my clinic as a lab attendant, I am happily married now with a son but we get to see almost everyday and now we are beginning to get too close and it's harder staying away from her.

  3. Like Adio and Tope had said, consciously detach urself from such, it entails some discipline,determination and doggedness to delibrately create a gap as if nothing had happened. Or at best,introduce d old flame to ur spouse,let them come together and his or her family becomes ur family friends. No hidden game. One should try nr to encourage d other. Put d fear of God first and God will help u both.Yemisi Adeife

  4. Like Adio and Tope had said, consciously detach urself from such, it entails some discipline,determination and doggedness to delibrately create a gap as if nothing had happened. Or at best,introduce d old flame to ur spouse,let them come together and his or her family becomes ur family friends. No hidden game. One should try nr to encourage d other. Put d fear of God first and God will help u both.Yemisi Adeife

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