Okay, I guess, I'll reply.
Just trying to see if you would settle down a little before I did. Guess, that ain't happening.
Like I said before, relationships can be difficult and messy and yes, they can cause heartbreak. I am sorry for your heartbreak. However, in my opinion you have taken this a little past the point of too far.
You were in an online relationship with a guy for 4 months. It wasn't like you were married for years and had kids together, and then he cheated on you. Anyhow, you know it wasn't the Lord's will now. So don't you think it's a good thing that it happened now rather than later. You dodged the bullet and was saved from investing yourself any further into a relationship that wasn't the will of God and wasn't going to work.
And yes, to be honest... I thought it was pretty bad how you posted so many details of what happened and then called him out by name. You are making yourself look like a woman scorned. BTW, I'm not a guy. I'm a gal, and honestly most women would agree with me on this.
Main thing is the guy is not saved. We should pray for his soul and that should be the first thing that we as Christians do. I'm surprised that more people on this site didn't respond to him by trying to witness to him.
Anyways, I didn't want to have to be so brutally honest with you, but there are too many folks on here trying to console you by offering sweet words and letting this non-sense just go.
We as Christians should be more concerned with witnessing to others in hopes that their soul will be saved. Hell is real, and we all should be more concerned for a lost soul than we are about wrongdoing in a relationship. And then playing the victim in public just for sympathy.
So still the only real advice I can offer you is to go read my first post to you and learn to take things to the Lord and seek his will. We have all made mistakes in life that goes double for me, but we have to be willing to honestly assess our own shortcomings and not try to throw all the blame on someone else. If we don't realize our own faults, then we will never learn.
Again, I hate to be so blunt, but it is what it is.