NIKE ADEYEMI, RUTH ESSIEN TASK WOMEN ON HOW TO IGNITING THE FLAMES OF PASSION IN THEIR MARRIAGES

“Exciting marriage doesn’t happen by accident, it’s a daily work. Your marriage is only as good as you make it. You must therefore commit to becoming the most irresistible woman for your husband in every way. Feed your husband with the fear of the Lord and make God the cornerstone of your home.”

 

Those were some of the words of the Deputy Senior Pastor, Daystar Christian Centre, @NikeAdeyemi as she opened the Women of Destiny program which commenced at 10am, on Saturday 1 June, 2013.

 

Tagged When The Wine Goes Flat and organized with the objective of re-igniting the flames of passion and friendship in marriages, the highly informative programme which took place at the church’s Main Auditorium, Plot A3C, Ikosi Road, Oregun Ikeja Lagos also saw Pastor Ruth Essien challenged women towards creating excitement in their homes.

 

Pastor Ruth Essien encouraged women to reclaim their families by taking the responsibilities of cultivating the spirit of humility and friendship at the home front as marriage is not meant for arrogant people, according to Ephesians 5:21.

 

According to her, “It takes a wise woman to bring the best out of her spouse, but you can’t bring the best out of your husband without bringing the best out of yourself”. She stressed that God created marriages for enjoyment not endurance.

 

The interactive session was highly interesting and deep as participants gladly opened up on different issues as it affect their relationships with their spouses.

 

The participating women, who were very eager to share their experiences, also expressed their gratitude and pleasure for being a part of such programme.

 

According to one of the participants, Mrs Adeolu Akinjobi, “Today has been such revealing and down-to-earth session for me. Pastor Nike and Pastor Ruth were so practical and amazing in reeling out what makes them tick at the home front, and I can’t wait to practice all I have learnt today.”

 

The programme ended with prayers for falling families and broken marriages.

 

 

 

 

 

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