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VIDEO: Don’t Jump Into Marriage Because The Person Is Rich – Bishop Oyedepo Advises, Many React.

Bishop Oyedepo of Winners Chapel has advised singles not to jump into marriage because their partner has money.

In a video on social media, the Christian cleric said he wasn’t rich when he got married and didn’t look like someone who would have money.

In his words: “You don’t jump into marriage because somebody has money. I didn’t have no money and I didn’t look like someone who would have money.”

Bishop Oyedepo also talked about some parents who select spouses for their kids instead of allowing their children to choose for themselves.

 

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Nigerians react

@nyetiabasidan “He isn’t saying don’t marry a person that has money. He said don’t marry just because of money…. The should be more important reasons to marry a person other than money. Purpose is essential and marrying someone that gives you peace of mind and won’t abuse you in any form is important.”

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@donatusnr commented: “Will you daughter marry your church gateman who is faithful?”

@splendid_cakes_and_pastries wrote: “True… When the money finish you will jump out … And find fault.”

@emirati_princemax said: “I love this man so much say whatever you want but whats better than preaching your life to people with evidence… you need to understand that his message are sometimes exhortation.”

@tabularassa30 commented: “There’s nothing wrong with parents setting standards for their kids in wanting them to marry well. Absolutely nothing. But what parents should know is doing so isn’t a guarantee that the marriage will be successful. Just as Not doing so either.”

Source: GhArticles.com

 

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