News

You insult your wife as ‘smelly’ yet want to make love to her? – Agyinasare quizzes

1 Mins read

Bishop Charles Agyinasare has wondered why some men call their wives smelly yet want to make love to those spouses despite such dishonourable verbal abuse.

“Your wife insulted you, so, you, too, you’re insulting your wife: ‘You are smelling’. A man, you’re insulting your wife that she’s smelling. Shame on you! I said what: ‘Shame on you!’ You don’t tell your wife that; you honour your wife, you respect her”, the founder of Perez Chapel International condemned during his second sermon at the Perez Dome, Dzorwulu, on Sunday, 19 January 2020.

“She’s smelling and you want to [make love to her]?” he wondered.

According to the Perez Chapel Senior Pastor, any man who physically abuses or insults the wife is a “cheap” and “weak” husband.

“Your wife offended you, you can’t forgive her”, and you say: ‘I’ll show her where power lies’. And some weak men, your wife misses her words, you slap her; you’re a weak man.

“You say: ‘I’ll show her where strength lies’. Your strength is not in slapping your wife; if you slap your wife, you’re a weak man”, the Senior pastor at Perez Chapel International admonished the congregation during the second service on Sunday, 19 January 2020 at the Perez Dome, Dzorwulu.

He said a husband’s strength is not measured by how mercilessly he can pummel his wife to a pulp but in how he can still show love and affection even in the face of marital adversity.

“You’re strong when your wife has insulted you and you look at her and you can put your hands in your pocket and say: ‘Look, you can say whatever you like but I still love you’; that is when you are strong”, he taught the church, adding: “A strong man doesn’t beat the wife, so, stop being that cheap man; only cheap men beat their wives. Only cheap men”.

Related posts
localNews

CHRAJ orders GCB to compensate, re-instate defunct UT, Capital Bank staff

5 Mins read
The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has ordered the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) to pay compensation and re-instate some…
News

How a 30-year-old turned her $3,400 tax refund into a $12,000-a-month side hustle

3 Mins read
Shereen Campbell normally spent her tax refund on vacations, shoes, and clothes. But six years ago, she used a $3,400 refund to…
News

Prospects for remittances to emerging markets amid rising inflation.a

3 Mins read
Remittances to low- and middle-income countries are projected to rise by 4.2% in 2022 Inflows are expected to provide crucial support amid…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.