Embrace God To Secure Your Marriages, Pastor Tells Couples

OMENOGOR IFEANYI Married couples have been advised to serve God always to
enable their marriage grow from strength to strength.
The Regional overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles
Ministries, Midwest region twenty one, Pastor Dayo Samson Michael
gave the advice during a mass blessing of marriage in the
church at Ogwashi-Uku.
He said marriage simply means man and woman coming together
and to be naked to one another, saying that it simply means
no more hidden secret, open minded.
Pastor Dayo urged couples to shun activities of third parties but
rather, third parties like fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters should
be seen as secondary to enable their marriage move forward.
He noted that devil is seriously fighting marriages today because
there will be no church without good family and equally
there will be no good society without church.
Pastor Dayo in a message he entitled “Your Marriage Foundation”
said any marriage that is built on solid foundation will not
collapse, because foundation according to him means pillar.
The cleric urged couples to anchor their marriage on love,
obedience, Tolerance and forgiveness, saying that they should
emulate the life of Abraham which he said was blessed by God
because of his total obedience.
The man of God charged husband to always show love, care
and protection to his wife, because she is the apple of his eye and
wife according to him should totally be submissive to the husband
irrespective of the position she occupy.
Marriage, he said is an institution ordained by God himself,
hence a man will live his father and mother and click to his wife
and wife click to her husband.
Pastor Dayo appealed to the couples to ensure that they live
in the fear of God, trust; truth and understanding to enable them
enjoy their marriage to the end.
He said blessing of marriage is all about reuniting the couples
and repositioning them for more success and testimonies.
The three families that took part in the blessing of marriage
include Mr. and Mrs. Okwuokei Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Egwu
and Mr. Mrs. Emeka Onwordi.