I am most grateful to God for the good experiences that started coming my way after praying with your oil. I shall soon give my full testimony in fullness of time. However, as we did exactly that which you instructed us to do with your oil; the entire cobweb that used to cross our faces even in our homes stopped automatically. Since after the prayer good business contact has not stopped coming my way…I am very grateful to God as my testimony shall soon encourage many…” Mr. Victor 08033742203
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“Dear Sir, kindly publish this testimony but not with my names and contact. My husband wanted to use me for ritual after using my three children and rendered me childless. It happened that he needed money by all means with a small business he was into, he made the first money and I lost my son in a brief illness and he consoled me. From that moment he started attending nocturnal meetings with some evil friends. After one year, I lost my second son and he made serious money that invoked suspicion; within the third year, I lost my only daughter and he became so happy and was given a title “Too much money.” I knew something was wrong but I kept praying. He was not interested in having any child again…After one year I became his next victim but God delivered me. I contacted you and ordered your oil it was something else…My husband became very uncomfortable when I started the prayer you gave me and ran out of the house threatening divorce. Oga Prof, God did it that my husband came back confessed to me and became sick…He is today set free after his confession that made him mad for two months. The entire process made me know that God is using you so much…please he needs prayer…thanks and God bless you.” (Names and contact withheld). This was an old testimony but republished here to build your faith in Christ.
I wish to begin this part by advising that one should not marry a brother or a sister who is good because he\she goes to church, because when the concept of going to church is expired and his\her real person is revealed, one may not be able to withstand it.
Again always make sure you chew the chewed that is yours than chewing the un-chewed that is not yours. Yes, marry the married that is yours than marrying the unmarried that is not yours. This may sound too heretic and profane but it is a reality; however, the things that your destined partner do and does not seek for appreciation and will consider herself to have done nothing, are the things the undestined partner will do and will be fanning him\herself to have done much. Thus if he or she is not recognized or appreciated, problems may emerge from there. Consider what I say, and may the Lord give you interpretations.
The issue of divorce in the Christendom is a serious issue. In the Pentateuch we are unable to discover that God expressly laid down a law prohibiting divorce. Marriage among Hebrews, as among most Orientals, tended to be more a legal contract than the result of love. Though in many cases, love did exist between married couple. Within the Hebrew economy, wives and mothers were treated with more consideration than women of other lands, even though marriage was looked upon largely as a business affair, the wife in most homes in Israel was still the husband’s most valued possession. In the matter of divorce the husband exercised his rights and prerogatives.
Polygamy seemed to be permissible throughout the Old Testament period. Thus a Hebrew might have two or more wives or concubines, or with comparative impunity use any female bond servant in his house for purposes of sexual gratification. According to the Jewish law, only when his action involved the free wife of a fellow Hebrew did the full sanction of the law of adultery fall upon him. With this in mind we must carefully study the Old Testament divorce law found in Deuteronomy.
The Bible says: “When a man hath taken a wife, and married her, and it come to pass that she find no favour in his eyes, because he hath found some uncleanness in her, then let him write a bill of divorcement, and giveth it in her hand, and sendeth her out of his house, or if the later husband die, which took her to be his wife, her former husband which sent her away, may not take her again to be his wife, after that she is defiled; for that is abomination before the lord…” Deut.24:1-4
From the above King James Version [KJV] of the Bible divorce is suggested and encouraged in the event that “he hath found some uncleanness in her.” To further authenticate this, Dr. John Murray explains, “In the KJV the apodosis to the protasis expressed in the first part of verse 1 begins at the middle of the same verse and reads; “then let him write her a bill of divorcement, and give it in her hand, and send her out of his house.” On this rendering, the divorce could well be construed, as mandatory in the circumstance posited.”
This Bible portion simply point out that if man puts away his wife he must give her a writing of divorcement and if she marries another man, the former husband may not in any condition take her again to be his wife. In the Old Testament, divorce was highly encouraged, permitted and tolerated. The Old Testament seems to permit divorce and when it was exercised there was no civil or ecclesiastical penalty which brought sentence against the one in question. On the other hand, two other restrictions were given to men and they were also given in favour of the wives. The Bible in Deuteronomy says: “if a man takes a wife, and go in unto her, and hate her, and bring up an evil name upon her and say, I took this woman, and when I came to her, I found her not a maid, then shall the father of the damsel, and her mother, take and bring forth the tokens of the damsels virginity unto the elders of the city in the gate… And the elders of that city shall take that man and chastise him, and they shall amerce him in an hundred shekels of silver, and give them unto the father of the damsel, because he hath brought out an evil name upon a virgin of Israel, and she shall be his wife, he may not put her way all his days.” Deut. 22:13-19
This passage prohibits the husband from bringing charges of premarital unchastity against his bride. If he took this risk, and it proved false, the man then suffered a threefold penalty- he was beaten, he paid an indemnity, and he forfeited the right to divorce the girl.