We exchanged emails and talked via Skype every day and night for two months. I've never done such a thing, but he didn't seem upset by it.
We were planning to meet, but before it happened, one day during our Skype conversation, he started to say things that stirred up our emotions. He said this was natural, but later because I could not go on, we prayed together and asked forgiveness from God and each other. By the way, he stopped contacting me after a while. Dear Reader, I'm shocked and saddened by your letter, but I'm not surprised. I'm grieved by your sin because it separates you from God.
I'm saddened by the reminder that our enemy has made sexual sin so cut-off from relationship that we're not even sure it is sex.
And I'm emboldened to answer because the convenience of the internet and the prevalence of online dating coupled with the ubiquity of high-speed Internet convinces me that you're not the only one doing this.
First a few observations: You describe the man you met online as wonderful and godly.