- Bishop Agyin-Asare has cautioned all married couples to stay faithful to their partners
- Agyin-Asare says extra-marital affairs bring 'sickness' to the health of every marriage
Dr Charles Agyin-Asare, the presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International, has advised married women to allow their ‘cars’ to be driven by only one man and not multiple men.
The respected ‘Man of God’ speaking at the closing section of his four-day Festival of Miracles said God expects men and women who are not married to keep their bodies holy and pure.
“If you are married God expects you to keep to your partner,” he said.
Bishop Agyin-Asare delivering a sermon stressed that God in heaven expects all women to be faithful to their husbands.
“The women called their husbands ‘drivers’ and those married women who have extra people, boyfriends, they called them ‘driver’s mate’, we want your ‘car’ to be driven by only one man but not mate,” the Bishop cautioned.
On the part of the men, Charles Agyin-Asare reiterated, “In the days we live in, there are many people who are men, they call their wives a ‘farm’ and they call their girlfriends ‘back-yard garden’. God does not want you to have a farm and keep a back-yard garden”.
The head pastor in his preaching said God ordained sex to be in marriage but “sex outside marriage brings sickness to the body”.
The religious leader cautioned that, homosexualism is an abominable sin, just like adultery and lesbianism. He therefore urged his congregation to flee from all kids of abominable acts before God.
The Festival of Miracles is to mark Bishop Charles Agyinasare’s 35th-year in ministry. The four-day-event ended on Friday, February 2, 2018.
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