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'A wise man cheats on his wife without getting caught' – Rev. Obofour advises

General overseer of the Anointed Palace Chapel, Francis Antwi, popularly known as Rev. Obofour has advised men to be tactical with their extra-marital affairs.

Fire up. Obofour offered such remarks while administering a wedding service between gospel artist, Brother Sammy's chief (Romeo), and his long-term sweetheart which occurred in Kumasi. 

"Each astute man cheats without his significant other discovering. Each astute man turns his telephone off when he shows up home. Each shrewd man doesn't upset his significant other to the degree that she contracts hypertension. Each man who regards his home doesn't converse with other ladies within the sight of his better half. 

"Each astute man spares the names of his lady friends as 'concrete proprietor', 'languard' and so forth to try not to be gotten. For example, in case I'm strolling around with my better half and I meet my sweetheart, I won't grin. I'll set up a straight face," he pushed. 

Fire up Obofour included that no man the outside of this world can stay dedicated to one lady. 

"No man can actually disclose to me that he has never been untrustworthy to a lady. No man can gladly hit his chest and state he has never dated more than one lady simultaneously. That is obviously false, I consider it a show. What are you discussing?" He accentuated.

Bible’s view on Adultery

As used in the Bible, adultery generally refers to voluntary sexual intercourse by a married person with one of the opposite sex other than one’s mate, or, during the time that the Mosaic Law was in effect, such intercourse by any man with a married or a betrothed woman.

Adultery is “actually sin against God.” (Ge 39:9) Jehovah will judge those guilty of adultery, and none who persist in such a course “will inherit God’s kingdom.” (Mal 3:5; 1Co 6:9, 10; Heb 13:4) How true the proverb: “Anyone committing adultery with a woman is in want of heart; he that does it is bringing his own soul to ruin.”​—Pr 6:32-35.

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Francis Antwi Kumasi. Obofour Romeo


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