During church weddings there are loads of advice the officiating minister will pass across to the newly wedded couple.
No matter how personal the information might sound, they must convey their message in presence of the congregation.
At a recent church wedding, the officiating pastor who happened to be a female took time to share an intimate and important message to the bride.
According to her, lovemaking is one of the things that build a home so the bride must be ready to make love to her husband anytime he feels like.
The female pastor thus suggested that, at least for the next one month, both parties must be ready to make love to each other every day adding that sex should be served to a man after food.
In a video of her sermon which was shared on Facebook by one Jefferson Uwoghiren, the pastor's sermon looked to have excited the couple and the congregation.
“Regular sex is another thing that is going to build your home, as from today I don’t want to hear I am tired. For the next one month you should be firing every day.
"Look here my sister after food for a man is sex. I am telling you the reality. I think he has paid your bride price, he is the owner of your body, and everything from your head to toe belongs to this man.
"So anytime that he wants to browse you have to open the computer,” the female pastor is heard saying in the video.
The video, since surface online has gathered a lot of reactions with many social media users expressing varying opinions.
While many backed the pastor's sermon, others thought it was inappropriate because she was reducing marriage to just lovemaking.
Okunkpolor thought the pastor's advice was great:
Mosbrown wanted the same sermon on his wedding day:
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But Egbe felt the pastor was an embarrassment:
Arnbucksm wondered if lovemaking was the most important thing in marriage:
Izazaco described the whole sermon as nonsense:
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