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Do Not Waste Your Life Doing Boyfriend & Girlfriend When You Are Not Yet Licensed To Marry— Paul Enenche

The relationship between youths or not yet married adults in modern society is regarded as a boyfriend and girlfriend relationship. This relationship In Christendom— is regarded as an immoral relationship as it is believed a lot of illicit affection and immorality could be perpetrated by both partners in the process. It is still a stage where the partners are not ready to settle down but they have seen each other and sort of "fallen in love" or have been infatuated with each other.

In respect of this, Dr Paul Enenche has shared a message on why young people should not waste their life in the not yet approved relationship. In his words as shared by Church Gist, the cleric has stressed thus, do not waste your life doing boyfriend and girlfriend when you are not yet licensed to think of getting married. The cleric has also Implored people not to waste their lifetime chasing things that do not matter. In his words, he has stressed that, Don't waste your life doing boyfriend and girlfriend when you're not yet licensed to think of getting married. If you're going to get married at the age of 26 or 27 and you're only 17 now, what are you doing with a girl? What is the thought of a man or woman for? You have no business with that realm, this has rendered so many people useless.

According to the cleric, he has also stressed the need for people to stay distinct and maintain a chaste lifestyle. In his words, he has implored that, until you have control of your flesh, you cannot have control of your future. The cleric has advised on the importance of leaving illicit relationships when it is not yet ripe enough to start them. He has advised people to focus on the most important things in life.

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Christendom Church Gist Paul Paul Enenche

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