‘Apostle of marriage’ counters Adeboye’s cooking and praying wife sermon (WATCH)

Recently, there has been lingering controversy on social media that a man shouldn’t marry a woman who doesn’t know how to cook or a woman who doesn’t pray for an hour.

Self-proclaimed Apostle of Marriage, Pastor Chris Ojigbani says house chores and one hour prayers should not be used a criteria for marriage adding that it is not biblical to do so.

“This is the will of God concerning the issue: You must not use cooking as a criterion for choosing your spouse. Though food is important in life, cooking must not be used as a criterion for choosing a spouse.

“It’s also important you note that praying for an hour must not be used as a criterion for choosing a spouse. There is no scripture that says Christians must pray for an hour before they become good Christians. What Jesus Christ asked his disciples was: why couldn’t they watch with Him for an hour. Watching is different from praying. And when they failed to watch with him for an hour, they didn’t cease to be Christians. Even Peter, who couldn’t watch for an hour became the head of the disciples. If Peter couldn’t watch for an hour and still became the head of the disciples, why should we use praying for an hour as a criterion for choosing a spouse?

“I am speaking to you as the apostle of marriage that God has sent to correct the wrong doctrines of marriage in the world. Get married, not because a woman knows how to cook, but because she is a good woman. If you marry someone that knows how to cook and she is not good, what happens to you? Man shall not live by bread alone,” he concluded.

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