In a video circulating on the social media has spotted a pastor who has ordered his congregation to pray for their husbands against 'side chicks'. Though most men may prefer to chose 'side chicks' aside their wives but many people may also decided not to go for these women because it is a money wasting.
From the video going round the social media has spotted women praying seriously to their husbands in order not to fall in the hands of 'side chicks'. The pastor as spotted in the video told the ladies to kiss their husbands to make it a sign that they love them.
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Well nobody knows what makes him do that. But from the look of things it may be that he was canceling them on how to hold on to their husbands in order not to lose them. But the big question is does this form of prayer works? Please share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people.
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