Nigerian-Romanian OAP, Ifedayo Olarinde popularly known as Daddy Freeze, has urged couples to get attached to their partners, instead of their pastors.
He explained that spouses must follow themselves on social media to avoid all cracks that may lead to divorce or separation.
According to the OAP, your separation with your may be very near if he/she isn’t following you on IG but following his/her pastor
Quoting Matthew 19:5., Daddy Freeze wrote on Instagram: “Your husband or wife isn’t following you on Instagram but is following their pastor… Dear friend, your separation is loading.
“The scriptures say become one with your spouse, NOT WITH YOUR PASTOR!
■ Matthew 19:5 ► New International Version and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh’?
“So a marriage to a social media monitoring spirit makes sense right? 🙄🙄🙄
“Many of the people who find my post difficult to relate to are not genuine social media users. Rather, they are trolls and monitoring spirits.
“If you are in a healthy relationship and are active as ‘yourself’ on social media, not using a fake account, then the tendency is that you will follow your spouse and vise versa.
“However if your intention is mischievous or you are trolling other people and flirting with them, then my post would seem alien to you.
“Now, if you and your spouse have genuine accounts and are not following each other but following pastors there is a clear crack in your marriage, fix it! ~FRZ
Recall that, the OAP about some weeks back made a controversial post via his Instagram page, where he blasted pastors who used heavily armed bodyguards but selling protective items to church members.
He said that if the so-called protection bands and stickers are so effective, why do pastors need bodyguards.
The radio talk show host likened such pastors to a native doctor doing money rituals for Yahoo boys – internet fraudsters – but leaving in a thatched hut.
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