Pastor Chris & Anita Oyakhilome’s Divorce: 7 Key Marriage Lessons For Married Couples

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Sept 12, 2014 – Pastor Chris & Anita Oyakhilome’s Divorce: 7 Marriage Lessons For Married Couples

Christ Embassy’s President and First Lady are on the verge of ending their marriage. At this stage, it will take divine intervention for a reconciliation.

A Christ Embassy church member identified as Jenny Doris recently itemised 7 key marriage lessons to learn from the messy divorce case.

Read it below:

1. Never Deprive your spouse with attention, Love and affection. These Three ingredients are necessary in every relationship.
2. Never Leave Your Role As A Wife To Housemaids Or Personal Staffs Even If Your Husband is a King Or a Pastor.

3. Never Encourage Long Distance Relationship In Your Marriage. Work Hard To Make It As Short As You Can If You Have To. Never Neglect Your Spouse Thinking that Money Can Keep Her Warm At Night And Play Fatherly Role To Your Kids.

4. Celebrate Every Occasion With Your Family~ Christmas, Sallah, Anniversaries, Birthdays etc. And Don’t Forget To Celebrate Your Spouse In Every Given Opportunity You Have.

5. No Matter How Holy Ghost Filled And Tongue Talking Christian You Are, Listen and Apologize When You Are Wrong And Make Amends Before Your Marriage Breaks. Make Changes On Time, When You See It Is Not Working.

6. Court Is Not A Solution To Family Problems, The Solution Lies In The Spouse. If Only The Spouse Can Reduce Their Pride And Ego And Accept Their Wrongs and Make Amends On The Areas That Are Not Working, They Will Live Happily Ever.

7. Never Forget To Recognise Your Wife As The Most Important Being In Your Life After God, And Never Forget That Your Husband Is The Most Important Being In Your Life. That’s Why Michelle Obama Is Always Beside President Barrack Obama.

A successful marriage requires tolerance, understanding and effective communication.

Save yourself the shame and save your marriage, the earlier the better.

Please remember Pastor Chris & Anita in your prayers.

25 thoughts on “Pastor Chris & Anita Oyakhilome’s Divorce: 7 Key Marriage Lessons For Married Couples

  1. Odubanjo, Keep dreaming. You just can’t respect the fact that a woman wants out of a marriage she has deemed not healthy for her, but you and your cronies result to praying for her to continue to be unhappy in her marriage so that this fake pastor would continue to look relevant. I am not religious but if I was, I wouldn’t attend the church of a man who jerry-curls his hair.

  2. Tell them, if they’ll learn. Getting married is not even the major issue for the people that are still looking for wife or husband,while they’re married, but staying married.

  3. good one i hope the pastor can step down from his high horse and recall his wife and save his marriage and all that love him and what he stood for. they are mentor.

  4. Good one, my hope too is that Pastor Chris can save his marriage by extending hand to his estranged wife. they are mentors to so many pple. he cant afford to allow this be. its not yet over

  5. Gud writeup! Howeva, d prblm is we knw all diz things yet wdnt make it work. If only we would add humility 2dis knwledge, den our families would b most formidable.
    Thanks, Writer!

  6. he left her wife and children alone for many year; i think what her wife are saying may be true because body no be firewood. i am example, man must quark even you don’t ashawooo are available

  7. Apart from prayers, i think these are lessons they both need to remind themselves and amend their ways. This’s not the time to blame either Pas. Chris nor his wife, they are all ministers of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and they are also humans. God will intervene on their behalf, IJN. Amen. Also, other married and potential married people should learn, when it comes to relationship, no one is a super man or woman but with understanding, good communication and respect for one another, good marriage/relationship can be achieved.

  8. …why Michelle Obama?, ‘ve u 4gotten dat Patience Jonathan is always beside president Jonathan? dat is how its supposed to be………..

  9. Could not have said it any better. They say 2 heads are better than one. How much more 2 Pastor heads. They need to kill this matter quickly and resolutely for the sake of the God they serve. Everybody especially Pastor Chris needs to adjust ASAP.

    All this african man bulldoze mentality does not fit your perms sir. I pray we rejoice on your reconciliation soonest.

    God Bless.

  10. No matter how big you become in life, always have bigger people you respect that can talk sense into your head.
    That is part of being humble. Pastors Chris should be visiting Pastor and GO Adeboye now for Mentorship and advice.

    I am sure there is no rivalry as we are all the body of Christ. We support each other.

  11. is a pity that this is happening to him, i think this is a big lesson to many christian, i wish they can reconcile and live together again as one according to Matthew 19:4-6.

  12. Dan, you’re right!
    Some people will not like to do that because they don’t want to hear the truth. Moreover, some believe that they are too big to be counseled. Moses in the bible learnt a lot from his father-in-law.. The book of Prov. 16:18 says pride goes before destruction. I pray that the Holy Spirit will lead Pastor Chris to do the right thing.

  13. Abeg abeg let’s hear word jare! Remember dem in prayers for wat? Do dey remember us too? Besides its family business so let dem do as dey pls! Wen to preachers can’t practice wat dey preach I wonder who wud practice it! Many are called but few are chosen ppl don’t forget dat. Instead of us to face our lives and plan it wud pls God we are here taking panadol for other peoples headaches! Mitchew!

  14. with God all nd not one things are posible.kip praying,no one is above temptations.two wrongs cant make a right as it takes two to tango.call upon him in d days of trouble nd he wuld answer u.GOD remains d same o

  15. Please pray for them. They are not invincible and face more attack than most of us. They are human and as such, have emotions too. Bear their burden and ask God to reconcile them. If you were in their shoes, you would want that. Don’t give me the self defense talk. They didn’t plan for it. Same way, you don’t. Pray. It’s the least you can do. It will help if we all can help each other rather than stabbing ourselves when we stumble.

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