Reno Omokri has taken to his social media page to urge his fans not to first pray before they accept or make a marriage proposal, no matter how old they are.
Spending forever with someone different from you is not quite a walk in the park. It has its ups and downs, its highs and lows. Marriage is incredibly hard but when handled right, it is incredibly beautiful. This is why prayers for marriage matter.
According to Reno, before you accept or make a marriage proposal, you should either fast and pray for wisdom before choosing who you will marry, or you fast and pray for deliverance after marrying.
In his words;
“No matter how desperate you are, and no matter how old you are, don't make or accept a marriage proposal without first praying. You either fast and pray for wisdom before choosing who you will marry, or you fast and pray for deliverance after marrying. Your choice!”
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