Wives Tears Are Blocking Husband Prayers…….Actor, Nonso Diobi
Handsome Nollywood actor, Nonso Diobi, after returning from a movie shoot titled ‘Ekuro’ with Yoruba genius, Odunlade Adekola, decided to tutor married men on how they should treat their wives base on the vow they made.
According to actor, most men after marrying their wife, forget that she came from a family and they maltreat them.
He advised youths not to force a relationship that doesn’t fit because they are responsible for their own happiness.
Here is what he wrote;
Husbands, please remember that your wife left her family and friends to be with you. The least you can do is be her family and friends.”
Husbands please remember your wife is now one with you; she should be your closest relative. If you can’t support her, then who will?”
“Husbands, give honour to your wife. Treat her with understanding. She maybe weaker but she’s your equal partner in God’s gift of marriage.”
Husbands, never be unfaithful to your wife. Remember she’s your partner; the wife of your marriage covenant, and the Lord is your witness.”
Husbands, you may flood the Lord’s alter with your tears, you may weep & wail without answers; your wife’s tears are blocking the Lord’s ears.
“Don’t force a relationship that doesn’t fit. Your Life naturally makes room for the people who are meant to be there.”
“You are responsible for your own happiness. If you expect others to make you happy, you will always be disappointed.”
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