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“Feels like the world could use all the love it can get right now,” Melton, 40, began the confession. She was one of the best players of all time, and she has been a fierce and committed advocate for women’s equality for a decade.” Melton continued to express her love for her girlfriend by explaining how she is “deeply sensitive” and “kind.” “I learn from her everyday about the woman I want to become,” the best-selling author wrote. She’s unwaveringly good to Craig, to the kids, to Sister and to all my people. She loves me for all the things I’ve always wanted to be loved for. My person.” Melton went on to explain how although the new romance comes so soon after her split from her husband Craig in August, she is “really, deeply happy” with the Olympic athlete. “He’s dating too – and we are both supportive of each other’s relationships.” The Christian blogger went on to explain how her children and the rest of her family has “fallen as hard for Abby” as she has.“So today, I’m going to share with you my new love. But the whirlwind romance doesn’t bother her ex, as he is supportive of the relationship. “They’re lucky kids, to be surrounded by so much love,” she penned.She’s unwaveringly good to Craig, to the kids, to Sister and to all my people. She loves me for all the things I’ve always wanted to be loved for.
She also urged her Christian followers not to condemn her for it."Try to avoid lamenting how sad it is that people 'throw away their marriages these days.' Try not to generalize.I have met hundreds of divorced women who didn't throw their marriages away.Most of us fight like hell for our marriages until we realize that we can either save our marriages or save our souls. Just love and support," she wrote."Please don't pretend to know what God thinks of us.While many of her nearly 700,000 fans on Facebook celebrated her announcement, others like David Hunter, called her a "false prophet" but said he would pray for her."This is a perfect example of the prophetic Bible verse Scripture (Isaiah ) that says, in referring to the last days; 'good will be called evil and evil will be called good.' Glennon, you are what the Bible refers to as a false prophet.Jesus never touched on homosexuality or same sex marriage directly, but there are plenty of scriptures that do.