Evang Gospel Agochuckwu, the General Overseer of Skekina Arena Gospel Ministry located in Port Harcourt and the CEO of Shekinah TV, has gifted his wife a brand new SUV for her birthday on Thursday, September 9.
The popular clergyman took to his social media pages to celebrate his wife as he shared his ordeal in life.
“Six days to my wedding day, the girl I had earlier planned to marry said she was no longer interested.
Our ministry was barely 1 year old with exploits and I wanted to marry as well.
The wedding date was fixed on 16th April, 2015, and it was scheduled to hold at Methodist Church Nigeria Owerri diocese cathedral.
Plans for the wedding were already in full gear as wedding invites had been sent to our family and church members; all the church workers had sown uniforms for the “wedding of the century”; and our passports was at the embassy for visa for our honeymoon.
However, my bride-to-be called me with her mother’s phone and said she doesn’t love me anymore.
I did all I could to see if the wedding could hold because of the shame I felt will come with the cancellation but nothing worked.
I underwent emotional brouhaha, psychological trauma and almost ran mad, but mercy said no.
I and my wife had never met before, we only chatted on WhatsApp and shared our individual stories which I cannot share here.
We were two wounded people trying to heal each other. And that is what marital love is.
Family members said No; Friends said No, but God said “Yes” and against all odds, we married and it has been a smooth ride to destiny.
Our Home is a blessing to both families and to the world at large. We currently have 5 kids within 4 years of marriage.
Indeed, a broken relationship is better than a broken marriage. It is better to marry late than marry the wrong partner.
God’s “No” is not a rejection but a redirection.
Costly mistakes of Destiny is delivered through painful and bitter experiences.
Like the way injection and bitter drugs fights sickness in the body thats how some destiny destruction deliverance is.
Happy birthday to my prayer partner and wife. We still have forever to Go.
By Chris Vic Churchill.
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