Dating someone else
It may help to ask some questions about the situation: If the answer to those last two is yes, then I’d suggest that you be a true friend and pray for them that God would give them wisdom, guide them to a God-honoring marriage through His Word and other believers in the church, and ask Him to guard your heart and mind, helping you to have honorable thoughts.
But it’s not true friendship to work against their budding romance, if that romance is being walked out biblically (see the Biblical Dating series). In answering those three questions above, 1) he and Kelli had gone out two or three times (I think — that was 18 years ago!But even if it changed the dynamics of our relationship a bit, it didn't change how he felt.Getting into relationships in the past at least hasn't changed the way cared about my exes.), 2) their relationship was just percolating and not serious, and 3) they never got to the point of dating exclusively or talking about the possibility of marriage.Though they decided not to date shortly after those few outings, it was nearly a year after that that Steve and I started dating.