Who Is The Right Person To Marry?

Who Is The Right Person To Marry?

Where is that right person?

Gen 39:10 KJV
And it came to pass, as she spake to Joseph day by day, that he hearkened not unto her, to lie by her, or to be with her.

We fault Mrs. Potiphar each time we read this story, but there is a major lesson here for us all.

When choosing a life partner, pertinent questions needs to be sincerely answered.

Nobody seems to remember Mr. Potiphar in this whole scenario, but where was he when his wife was eyeing a common slave?

Where was he when his wife became obsessed with a mere servant boy?

Let’s try to analyze it.

Mr. Potiphar was probably a civil servant, a government worker.

Mrs. Potiphar was probably a full time housewife.
Joseph was a full time house boy.

Have you wondered how and why some women stoop low to seek solace and comfort in the arms of their domestic staffs?

Have you asked yourself why some men would do anything to sleep with their maids?

I presume quality time and attention is a default love language for almost all women and indeed, some men.

So here is my submission;

Dear KHCites, before you ask or say yes, know what language you speak.

Before you ask or say yes, know basic things like your temperament.

Before you ask or say yes, know what you want for yourself.

You know you cannot stand being away from your husband for 2 weeks, what are you then doing with a naval officer? Don’t you see you are setting up yourself?

You like the title “mummy G.O”, “pastor mrs”, “mummy pastor” and the likes…can you bear to have dinner alone, because “daddy pastor” is on a fast?

You want your wedding day to be graced with uniformed personnel…you love the sword crossing ceremony, but can you live with the fact that you are likely to be transferred from place to place and may not spend up to a year in a particular location?

Mrs. Potiphar probably fell in love with the civil servant in Mr. Potiphar, not with Mr. Potiphar, so she wanted something more, that his money, affluence and position couldn’t provide.

Mr. Potiphar probably needed a woman, not a wife, so he felt all he needed to do was make money available.

Another lesson;

As a man, don’t spend all your time building your career at the expense of your family…you may make the money and loose your family in the process.

Uriah the Hittite lost his family because he put his career first.

Like Pastor Dunamis will always say…Family first!

These are my thoughts…let me hear yours in the comment section.

I put my family first place.

Lord, help me not to misplace my priorities.

Am I sure I am ready for my dream marriage?

Do a temperament test if you haven’t done so.

2 Sam 11

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How To Protect Your Marriage

How To Protect Your Marriage

Man: And why is this toy here in the living room?

Woman: (looks and continues what she’s doing)

Man: I’m I not talking to someone?

Woman: But sweetheart, there is nothing wrong with that toy there now.

Man: This is a living room for crying out loud. What if we have guests?

Woman: Babe, this thing is insignificant. Its too small for anyone to even notice it.

Man: (affirmatively) I don’t want to see it here.

Woman: So where do you want me to put it?

Man: I don’t know. (Absent mindedly)Maybe in the kitchen or anywhere.

Woman: (surprised) kitchen? Are you kidding me?

Man: (getting irritated) Just take this thing away. After all, your baby hasn’t arrived yet. If you start littering the house with baby toys now, what will you do when you finally give birth? Please don’t get me upset.

Woman: my baby hasn’t arrived yet? Like…MY baby? MY baby? not OUR baby?

Man: oh, come of it. You know that’s not what I mean (tries to touch her)…

Woman: (jerks his hands off)…don’t touch me (walks out of him into the room)

This is how a little, seemingly insignificant thing degenerated into a big mess.

Song of Solomon 2:15 The Message (MSG)
Then you must protect me from the foxes, foxes on the prowl,Foxes who would like nothing better than to get into our flowering garden.

It is your duty to protect your marriage.Protect your wife, protect your husband.

May I point out that the foxes will not come as foxes.

They will come as disagreements, arguments, little fights and the likes.

A wise spouse will spot them from afar off, before it comes close enough to cause damage.

May God bless our homes.

I am a wise spouse.

Lord, help me to stay sensitive.

1 Peter 3:7 (KJV) Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with them according to knowledge, giving honour unto the wife, as unto the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life; that your prayers be not hindered.

Make up your mind to guide against anything that so easily besets you towards your spouse.

John 1

How To Preserve Your Relationship

How To Preserve Your Relationship

Boo: what have I done again?

Bae: oh, you don’t know?

Boo: If I do, will I be asking you?

Bae: That’s the issue. You never realize your faults.

Boo: That’s not the issue. The issue is you never tell me what I do, yet you keep complaining. Am I a wizard?

Bae: Oh, so I am a witch now ehn?

Boo: (turns to himself) oh my God, I’m in for it today.

Bae: So my question has no answer ba? I am now a radio without batteries! I am the nag. I am the bad person. I am the one with all the flaws right?

Boo: That’s not exactly what I am say…

Bae: …(cuts him) I perfectly know what you are saying…

They can go back and forth, arguing over irrelevances.

The major issue here is that bae hadn’t totally healed from her past relationships, before beginning a new one.

Matt 9:17 KJV
Neither do men put new wine into old bottles: else the bottles break, and the wine runneth out, and the bottles perish: but they put new wine into new bottles, and both are preserved.

You don’t put new wine in old bottle, nay!

If you want to enjoy your new relationship, ensure you are healed from your past relationship.

One way you do this is not to rush into a new relationship after your break up.

Here on KHC, we recommend a period of six months between your last and new relationship.

Truth is you are hurt. No matter how hard you try to hide it.

Even if your last relationship was just 2 days old, you must have invested something into it…time, energy or even data…lol

So take your time.

Go through the healing process, so you don’t become a burden to your next.

Don’t try to get back at your ex by jumping into another relationship, it is not worth it.

Your ex is now in the past, let him/her remain there.When you rush into a new relationship, without being healed of past hurts and bitterness, your partner bears the brunt.

After a break up, you are free to cry…yes, you read well.

Cry if you must.

Read books.

Talk to a respected mentor.

Forgive yourself and forgive your ex

Re-evaluate the relationship, then

Trust God for what he is set to do.

Your relationship will not suffer in Jesus name.

My relationship will not suffer

Lord, heal me completely of past hurts.

Isaiah 43:18 (KJV) Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old.

Forgive anyone who has hurt you before.

Matt 9

Now That Valentine Is Past

Now That Valentine Is Past

So Valentine is over.
The air is clear now.
We can now breathe freely.

All the mushy mushy feelings are gone.
The butterflies have stopped flapping their wings.
All the “buy one, get one free” promo has come to an end.

The rush of adrenaline has been reduced.
The pressure has stopped.

For some, it was a moment of Bliss.
A moment of Joy
A moment of communication of true love.

For some, it was a moment of pain.
The agony will last for weeks, if not years.

For those who had a nice time with bae/boo…
Love is not a once and for all thing
Its a continuous process, hence you mustn’t wait till next Valentine before you shower him/her such amount of love like you did yesterday.

For those who had no one to be their Valentine…
Song of Solomon 2:4 (KJV)  He brought me to the banqueting house, and his banner over me was love

Yes, God’s banner over you is love.
God is and remains your first love.
Don’t feel bad or unfortunate.
You are not in any way disadvantaged.

For those who had their relationships broken on Val day, because you refused to compromise…

Hebrews 10:36 (KJV)  For ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the will of God, ye might receive the promise.

You have done the will of God, be rest assured that the promise of your bae/boo is coming.
God’s word cannot fall to the ground.
Stay with it.

For those who had their innocence stolen on Val day.
For those who traded God’s life long gift for 5 minutes of pleasure.
For those who feel used and dumped right now…
Yes, you’ve made a mistake, but here is God’s word to you.

John 8:11 (KJV)  She said, No man, Lord. And Jesus said unto her, Neither do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more.
Read the last part again.

Go and sin no more.God does not condemn the sinner,
but will not condone sin as well

Be blessed

I do not move with the bandwagon

Lord, help me to experience your love

1 John 3:1 (KJV) Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew him not.

Take a sincere inventory of how you spent your Valentine’s day

John 3

Does It Look Like It Won’t Come To Pass?

Does It Look Like It Won’t Come To Pass?

God told Abraham he would have a son. It took years before that word was fulfilled.

The wonderful thing about God’s word is that it cannot fall to the ground.

Isa 55:10-11 KJV
For as the rain cometh down, and the snow from heaven, and returneth not thither, but watereth the earth, and maketh it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater: So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it s+hall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.

In 1997, God told Pastor Dunamis that he will teach about relationships. Not until 2007, before Kisses and Huggs Club was birthed and that which God spoke was eventually fulfilled.

What has God told you?That is my question to you this morning!

It may look like it will not happen, but it will definitely happen.

The word of God doesn’t expire. Glory to God!

Ps 119:89 KJV
For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.

Has God spoken to you about your marriage?

Has he spoken to you about that business idea?

What has he told you about your ministry?

If he has not told anything, that’s a different case.

But if he has told you about your future, then hold on to his word.

Do you remember Joseph?

It took years before his dream came to pass, but it eventually did.

Isaiah prophesied about the birth of Jesus, years before it happened.

Whatever he has spoken to you will definitely come to pass.

One phrase in the bible is “and it came to pass”…

I pray for you this morning.

Your singlehood will come to pass.

Your years of lack and insufficiency will come to pass.

You don’t have to wait donkey years before you see the manifestation of

God’s word in your life.

By the mercies of God, the years are collapsed for your sake.

So shall it be in Jesus name.

My singlehood is coming to pass.

Lord, help me to hold on to your word.

The timings of God differs from that of man.

List out Gods promises for you.

Isaiah 55

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