Connect with us


“Poor, insensitive delivery, makes a mess of a great message” – Freeze responds to Funke Felix-Adejumo’s Sermon



A video of Funke Felix-Adejumo has been making the rounds lately, where she asked that women pursue financial freedom.

“If you cannot lend your husband N1 million you are a failure,” Felix-Adejumo said.

Freeze, on his Instagram, criticized the message, writing:

Poor, insensitive delivery, makes a mess of a great message!

A woman who can’t lend her husband N1million Naira is NOT a failure, you didn’t marry a bank did you?

Queen Esther in the Bible was a housewife and was still a critical part of God’s grand plan, so we can’t decide how someone wants to live their life. If a woman wants to be a house wife, why judge her and call her a colossal disgrace? Haven’t you heard of judge not? Oh sorry, that’s meant only for yahoo boy pastors

I think she should focus more on a woman adding value to herself, as against being able to provide money!

Marital success is not all about money in my own opinion. ~FRZ


See the post below:


  1. Jane

    October 12, 2017 at 9:20 pm

    Kai, freeze, I actually feel sorry for you. Whenever you speak, its like your fate is already sealed. No human being is perfect, even men and women of God, but you have made it you full time ministry to taint men and women of God. Its like you’re on vendetta marathon against them. Never worry,at the end of your life you will answer to God, and tell him when he made you judge over them.

    • Seriously

      October 13, 2017 at 12:34 pm

      And who made you judge over freeze’s life? Because you are guilty of the same thing you accused him of. So called men and women of God should be called out, judged, most of them are frauds and liars anyway. The Bible mentioned to be careful of false doctrine. Don’t ever put any of them on a pedestal.
      This woman is utterly speaking nonsense. She can boast of 1 million because of the tithes and offerings of their church. Many women work hard but don’t have that amount to lend. And some have the amount but won’t lend. And to call those who can’t lend a failure defeats the purpose of feminism. Women’s rights are not limited to just money.
      What a woman chooses to do with her life, whether a professional, housewife, business owner is her choice and all should be respected. In the name of preaching feminism, women’s rights some women have abused it and put their distorted truth to it.
      Honestly, a man’s role is to provide, protect his family. A woman is a helper. Money shouldn’t change these roles. A professional woman can still be a helper, nurturer. A man making less money can still provide and protect his family. A housewife also works hard.
      What about women and men do what you can do and ca it a day.

    • mee

      October 13, 2017 at 5:12 pm

      abeg go and sit down jor. So he shouldn’t criticize when someone is wrong or are men and women of God above criticisms?
      I’ve never agreed with this man, Daddy whatever he calls himself, he I surprisingly agree wholeheartedly with him on this one.

  2. semesee

    October 12, 2017 at 9:22 pm

    I blame the people who listen to this TRIPE!

  3. Omo

    October 12, 2017 at 9:24 pm

    BN, why does Freeze’s opinions matter so much to you. No week goes by without Freeze said this, did that. … blah blah.

  4. Jane

    October 12, 2017 at 9:31 pm

    he has made it his full time assignment to castigate men and women of God. I don’t care if you’re right or wrong. God never made you judge over them and you will answer to him.

  5. MrsO

    October 12, 2017 at 9:36 pm

    What do you expect? We women have shot ourselves in the foot with our excessive quest for power/dominance. Modern day feminism has definitely backfired on womenfolk.
    Increasingly, it will become expected for us to carry BOTH the natural burdens of being a woman as well as that of males.. Not only are we nurturers and bearers of children, we are now expected to work as hard as men and even become breadwinners (in some cases).
    When are we going to accept that God has given each gender their own burdens and privileges – which is why the concept of gender equality is pure fallacy.

    • Comment

      October 12, 2017 at 10:22 pm

      MrsO…..please I’m still trying to figure out the priviledges that women in our society have because we are drowning in a culture of blaming and shaming even by fellow women of which you’re somewhat guilty of

      It’s like women can never win….if you choose a career and hard work, you’re a bad homemaker, you’re proud and you’re not submissive…if you choose to be a home maker, you’re a liability and a failure….and the saddest thing is how people use the scriptures to assign blame and shame……directed almost always to the women…

      Right now, the privileges are favoring the men whilst the burden is carried by the women…we can’t seem to win.

      I’m not Freeze’s greatest fan but let’s not allow our dislike for a person stop us from acknowledging the truth and depth of his input on this matter….
      What would Jesus do or say?

    • Wifematerial

      October 13, 2017 at 12:20 am


    • Kamsiyonna

      October 13, 2017 at 11:47 am

      Is this mrs o from mycanadafling??

    • Chi

      October 17, 2017 at 12:45 am

      Please, what happens to the woman if her husband dies?

    • Chi

      May 5, 2018 at 11:39 am

      I weep for your write up ma. Have you heard of Deborah?why can’t other Women celebrate God and the discipline it takes for a woman to fulfill purpose. Every woman can’t seat and allow life to pass by. It’s not scriptural.

  6. Cocoa

    October 12, 2017 at 9:45 pm

    I will say just this: EVERY THING THAT HAS BREATHE should better seek and discover their GOD-GIVEN PURPOSE. while on this Earth. You will give account for your life…both the one you spent chasing just money and the one you spent being idle.
    FREEZE……..I am not your God ..for you i will give only two words : SEEK GOD.

    • Wifematerial

      October 13, 2017 at 12:21 am


    • mee

      October 13, 2017 at 5:14 pm


    • tunmi

      October 14, 2017 at 10:04 am

      The issue is that the CCTV is on Davido’s account. It raises questions given the country we know. The video should not be coming from his account. If anything the club or the police, preferably the police, should be the one to upload it because it gives a sense of impartiality.

    • tunmi

      October 14, 2017 at 10:06 am

      Please ignore my prior comment, what I wanted to say is that Freeze is actually telling the truth here and he did it without castigated the speaker.

  7. Gbemi

    October 12, 2017 at 9:47 pm

    Wisdom is picking what is good and beneficial from any message you listen to .. I was actually challenged when I listened to her, it doesn’t have to be 1m but even as full time housewives, we should be able to save out of the money given by the husband. No one wants to marry a liability and no matter how rich a man he would need even if it’s little as 5k at one point or the other

    • Cocolette

      October 12, 2017 at 9:58 pm

      ?? @Gbemi

    • lee

      October 21, 2017 at 6:39 am

      Yes saving is God.. but that’s not the same as getting a job.. this pastor was wrong for shaming housewives.. If a couple, upon agreement decide that one person shld stay home, provided the working partner can afford to cater to the family alone.. Who are we to judge.. they are not failures, or disgrace.. How many Nigerians have seen one million naira before? people are struggling and now are being made to family feel terrible because one pastor told them that they are failures

  8. jokobaba

    October 12, 2017 at 9:47 pm

    If people pay 10% of their income to me, and I sit on top a financial empire with a tax-exempt status, i will make such an insensitive statement too. What’s minimum wage in Nigeria again?

  9. tunmi

    October 12, 2017 at 9:57 pm

    Freeze made his point without castigating women who choose to stay home or women who choose to work outside the home

  10. Cocoa

    October 12, 2017 at 10:01 pm

    Mehnnn i really didn’t want to give my opinion on this but….. (p.s: i will not engage in fruitless responses)
    In my opinion ….i think if you decide to be a housewife..that is fine…but you have to rise up to that challenge.
    if you are staying at home and not running a business or engaged in any other activity aside from cooking, cleaning and babysitting then i think it wise to take on HOME SCHOOLING your kids.

    i hear people say oh the cost of child care equates to their salary anyway so she might as well stay home. Having something doing is more important than making a profit. Our everyday encounters are greater than we think. Job is not just about money..well for me anyway.
    Again PURPOSE…It starts with that.

    There is a reason why the Proverbs 31 woman is so popular…

    • bebe

      October 12, 2017 at 11:04 pm

      what a shame……only nigeria women fool themselves with Proverbs 31 which is a friction. What the hell….SUPERWOMAN. what you cleaning, bearing children and working harder than a man…does the men still regard you guys but see you as idiots . God gave a man and a woman their roles. SUPERWOMAN….be doing his role and acting like power woman….he wouldn’t still regard you.

  11. miss_nk

    October 12, 2017 at 10:32 pm

    This is off topic but please guys, I have a question. I’m planning to open a business and was thinking of the best way to send cash to the bank (preferably daily). I asked UBA where I have an account and they said they don’t do that anymore. Are there any independent companies that do that?

    • BBB

      October 12, 2017 at 10:54 pm

      Hello Miss_Nk

      Banks have stopped the daily transfer of cash from customer’s premises to the banking hall/vault. You would need to contact private companies like Bemil etc to provide this service.

      The sum you have to be carrying daily must be significant because as you would expect the services of these companies don’t come cheap.

    • segebee

      October 12, 2017 at 11:53 pm

      union bank does this now with agent banking

    • miss_nk

      October 13, 2017 at 1:39 pm

      thank you so much @BBB and @segebee, I’ll look into both options

  12. Lailatu

    October 12, 2017 at 10:52 pm

    If you can’t lend your husband 1 million, and not if you can’t pray for your husband, not if you don’t have Christ, not if you cant share the love of Christ but if you can’t lend 1 million then you are a failure.and this is coming from a Pastor’s wife. Smh. Some of these pastors need stop placing so much importance on material possessions. For once I think Freeze is making a pretty valid point.

    • Wifematerial

      October 13, 2017 at 12:27 am

      She can lend her hubby 1 million successful reason being that she is a motivational speaker and the husband a pastor and they both eat from people tithe hence the comparison for every woman to do the same. I do not have a job reason is I have kids that am raising and taking my kids to nanny means I have to pay more than I would earn……….. my husband does all and I am my husband brain concerning his business and finance so am not a waste neither am a failure…………………. one should be careful listening to all this kind of human………… she has succeeded in giving her listeners “low self esteem”

  13. Stelz

    October 12, 2017 at 10:56 pm

    I am not a fan of daddy freeze but he said exactly my mind when I saw the video. She has a great message but did not need to use word failure. That is very condemning. Whether we like it or not someone who is not spiritually strong may struggle with the condemnation. Speak the truth in love and with kindness. She is right but being kind is better than being right. Same message could have been passed without it sounding so insensitive and condemnatory. People are in different seasons of their lives. She has a calling and I’m sure a good heart and good intentions. But the way message was delivered …..God help us to always speak in love.

  14. momo

    October 12, 2017 at 11:06 pm

    i don’t see anything wrong with a woman in agreement with her husband choosing to stay home to tend to the kids till they are older..if he can afford it and i is for a period why not…i know a lady whose husband pays her a lot to stay home to tend to their kids to avoid stories that touch from house help wahala it is an tax free income for her which she saves .so yes if he ask for 1m she has to lend to him

  15. semesee

    October 12, 2017 at 11:12 pm

    Michelle Obama’s mum was a housewife (her husband was a maintenance guy) and she raised 2 amazing children! That is just one example! Being a full time housewife is a job and a half! Please do NOT ever belittle this role!

    • Meah

      October 13, 2017 at 10:43 pm

      why did Michelle not become a full time housewife to her girls?

  16. Anonymous

    October 12, 2017 at 11:39 pm

    I’ve never been a fan of freeze but it’s high time we “call a spade, a spade”. I agree with him completely.

    There is something fundamentally wrong with the type of preaching making the rounds these days in most of our churches “seducing teachings” (false doctrine) based on men’s’ opinion and not necessarily Gods’.

    I personally have a problem when teachings are more motivational as opposed to being scriptural, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
    We go to church to receive the “truth” based on the word of God to effect a change in our lives but alas it’s more about liberation and empowerment based on men’s ideologies.

    There’s a time and place for such “ideas” to be peddled and it’s certainly not the church.
    Please beware of preachers who make themselves the centre of any teaching as opposed to Jesus Christ, beware of self seeking individuals who disguise themselves under the cloak of “pastor”.

    It’s high time we WAKE UP and begin to STUDY the word of God for ourselves, asking the Holy spirit to guide us into all (Gods’) truth before we all are misguided.
    It’s also our responsibility to “test all spirits” by ensuring what we hear from the pulpit has scriptural truths and backing.

    • kkay

      October 21, 2017 at 10:30 am

      @ Anyonymous and Stelz I couldn’t read further without commending both your comments.
      @ Stelz thank you for reminding us of a more excellent way – “being kind is better than being right.”
      @ Anonymous thank you for reminding us about DOCTRINES OF SEDUCING SPIRITS. Test the spirits,study the bible.
      Ravenous wolves are on the prowl.
      That’s not to say this woman is not true Pastor, but she was truly wrong.
      Many of these Pastors are not called by God but “by tithes, first-fruits and seed-offerings.” THEIR GOD IS THEIR BELLY.They go another step of cajoling congregants to buy their books and recorded messages.
      Jesus never took tithes from the multitude of his disciples neither did the Apostles and early Church. Only a handful of people *financially supported Jesus Christ’s ministry on earth. It is recorded in the bible.
      Take TITHE AWAY and all these Pastors will disappear.
      TITHE is a COVENANT between the Jews and God which they did once a year. NO GENTILE has that covenant, therefore should not tithe!
      NO GENTILE PASTOR IS A LEVITE and SHOULD NOT COLLECT TITHE! (including Nigerian Pastors).
      Daddy Freeze simply pointed out her mistake.

  17. Papacy

    October 12, 2017 at 11:48 pm

    1 million was just a random amount. The preacher makes a solid point. Being a liability doesn’t only mean financial wise.
    If you are a stay at home mum, the effect of your staying at home should also be felt. If your husband says stay at home I’ll provide everything you need. But he looks at the kids and his home and doesn’t feel the effect of the arrangement, isn’t that also an example of being a liability? No value on investment? So it’s not just about money.
    If you work and you earn your own money, but when your husband is down and you don’t rise to the occasion to support him. You are a liability.
    Like it or not most men are OK with the idea of equality when money is involved. It’s only a foolish man that will be intimidated by his wife’s financial growth unless she gives him reason to.
    Most women on the other hand begin to pick holes on the principle of equality when money is involved.

  18. x-factor

    October 13, 2017 at 12:09 am

    Unfortunately Freeze’s reality, character and testimony of his person does not align with his writings…… that possibly suggest he is either
    A. Deluded,
    B. Jealous of other people’s successes/platform
    C. Suffering form identity crisis/low self esteem
    D. Trying to build a new tribe that he also will exploit in the future
    E. Simply likes attention and cheap publicity

    • x-factor

      October 13, 2017 at 12:11 am

      Or possibly bitter about that cosmopolitan church that stopped giving him attention

    • Jummy

      October 13, 2017 at 12:28 am

      Soooooo… are you gonna talk about the valid points he made or nah?

  19. californiabawlar

    October 13, 2017 at 12:59 am

    Lol! I just LOVE when two opaks yarners have a go at each other… In my nephew’s lingo, “so sweet and so nice!”
    Half half sense everywhere… Pala pala ilu apala.

    • mee

      October 13, 2017 at 5:17 pm

      LOLLL! @ half half sense everywhere!!

  20. Dotun

    October 13, 2017 at 5:52 am

    Her message focused on how a wife can add value to her husband life. But she was narrow minded(foolish mistake for a public figure) while Mr Freeze thinks of all the possibility available for a wife to be value driven.

  21. Ocean Beauty

    October 13, 2017 at 6:24 am

    Where’s Mz SA and ATLfinest? They have been MIA!!!

    • True Talk

      October 13, 2017 at 9:53 am

      I been thinking the very same thing! And EllerisEllendil?

  22. largerthanlifealice

    October 13, 2017 at 8:11 am

    Why is she speaking with so much anger and arrogance .
    Good message very wrong and bitter approach….
    Ma! pass across your message with love and compassion … Let us all be like Christ even while admonishing ..
    Every woman has different struggles ..
    This message is capable to drive someone into depression especially since she held in “high esteem “

    • PINKIE

      October 13, 2017 at 12:27 pm

      I agree with you. She speaks from a place of arrogance. She could have made examples with 100Naira or a more realistic figure. I hope the women married to your sons can borrow them 1m.

  23. courage

    October 13, 2017 at 9:04 am

    I like to Listen to this lady alot….but i was not comfortable with that line of IF YOU CANT GIVE YOUR HUSBAND 1M YOU ARE A FAILURE………We are help meet to our husband, as a house wife where will i see 1m abeg…..even as working class women. Please lets be real!!!!

  24. Isiuwa omorefe

    October 13, 2017 at 9:09 am

    Being a full time housewife is now a job in our current world. Hence in advance countries when the issue of divorce comes up the full time housewife is entitled to the estate of the husband as settlements. Why? Because she kept the home running in order for the man to have peace of mind to make his money. But what the pastor is trying to say is that a woman should be industrious. My mother was a full time housewife. She did a good job caring for us and the home. But she died young. In retrospect I weep anytime I think of her because she always wanted to be a nurse but never got the chance because she lived our lives and that of my father. But maybe if she lived longer, she would have achieved this dream after we are a bit grown. There are also full time housewives who are ok with just being housewives. To the. Family means a lot. They can also feel fulfilled especially if their husbands and children appreciates them and the kids turned out well as adults. There are some who do petty trading. Personally I believe a woman should do some fun of side work to make money for herself as a full time house wife especially if her husband is not the rich type so that she can buy things for herself, help with little things. I wished my mum did some form of work for my dad was not rich. But I take exception to how the full time house wife is looked out in a degrading way. It’s a job. It’s not easy. And if a woman is expected to fulfill her traditional roles as well as work to earn so much as the man and assist him , what does the man do to help the woman with her own traditional roles. So we have to strike a balance instead of condemning the full time house who is doing well in her God given traditional role of caring fir her family full time. With both the working wife and full time wife there are advantages and disadvantages. But in our age with life being so difficult and expensive both husband and wife must compliment each other in building their home. Meaning the woman who works and cares for the home should be supported by the husband in many ways including helping in the house. There is your balance. But a woman who feels unfulfilled and want to discover her purpose in life by working or pursuing a dream is not better than a full time wife who feels comfortable and fulfilled by running her own home by herself full time. It’s also like a company. But she can add hobbies to it to enjoy it. So it depends on individual arrangement. But what the pastor is saying is that be industrious. Find your niche. Don’t be idle. A full time house wife participating in a worthy group in church or an NGO is also finding her niche even if it’s not a paid job. Finally all full time housewives are contributors to the stability and growth of a nation just like working ones because the outcome of her work is replicated in the good adults the kids turn out to be in society. The bottom line is the result of your work be it working or full time house wife.
    For the record I am not a full time house wife. But I don’t judge them.

    • bolintin

      October 13, 2017 at 10:55 am

      next time punctuate, especially when you have to do this epistle. It makes for an easier read.

    • Ify

      October 13, 2017 at 4:15 pm

      Next time please break it up in paragraphs. It makes it easier for people to read

  25. FinchleysFinest

    October 13, 2017 at 9:30 am

    I find somethings disturbing about how we reason .

    First listen to the entire message. I don’t even know this Pastor… as a Man I’ll tell you what I learnt from it.

    1. Even if you’re a house wife by choice r whatever reason…let your hands be productive (Bake …do something…dont just sit there and expect 100% of the funds from your husband..)
    2. When she mentioned 1 Million…. World People THINK! We are all at different levels of life… she’s not saying literally that you should be able to lend 1million to your husband.. BUT If your husband can’t even ask you for cash…then there’s a problem… SHE IS RIGHT! the truth is bitter.
    3. This message is to empower the women…to make them realise that House wife or no House wife…. have a plan for your life… Yeah….child care ..bla bla bla…… you don’t take care of your kids in 24 hours…. Write a book….do something… the problems I am having with ladies complaining is they are lazy and impatient… Train up yourself… Don’t tell me as a house wife all you can use your brain for is just taking care of the kids and your home… they are thousands of things to do! THINK!
    We have housewives doing all sort of jobs from the comfort of their homes….

    The same goes to when Pastor Adeboye said if a woman cannot pray for some hours…. Guys think… he’s saying….if she can’t spend that time to pray (Im sure most of you know the kind of prayer he’s talking about……the one where if there’s trouble at home and you need to spend quality time to pray alone or with your husband….you will not complain)

    Its amazes me when people judge how they should be preached to.! Guys Im done…. Really…
    and who is Daddy Feeeze by the way????? What does he even know about preaching ?? and the word of God… hian

  26. Evi

    October 13, 2017 at 9:55 am

    Let me start by saying I usually don’t agree with Freeze, but he was right with this one. There are many ways to motivate people and being brash is not one of them. If a woman decides to stay home and raise her kids and take care of her family, there is actually nothing wrong with that. A man should be able to know his wife’s financial capability before he asks her for a million naira. So I don’t agree with her on this one. No dear woman if you cannot lend your husband money, you are not a failure as long as you can uplift him in other ways and train up your children in the way that they should go, you are doing good. Perhaps God has called you in this season of your life to be a housewife and a stay at home mom. Don’t let anybody tell you otherwise, it’s not always about money.

  27. zzzzzzzzzzz

    October 13, 2017 at 10:18 am

    I have a relative who had a paying job but had to leave it because her husband was worried about his children’s constant watching of TV and being left alone (the husband and wife work in different towns and they shared the children in between them older with the wife younger with the Dad because of quality education). The husband could conveniently take care of the wife so she had to leave her job. There is really nothing wrong in being a full time house wife.

  28. Ifeyinwa Atuanya

    October 13, 2017 at 10:30 am

    u people are all lucky, u are married

    me – I am 42 years and not married

    I am a failure +

    • Sharpbabe

      October 13, 2017 at 10:48 am

      Please you are not a failure.Marriage doesnt qualify you as a success

    • b

      October 13, 2017 at 11:16 am

      Ofcourse you are not, you are successful in your chosen fields (whatever it is) its probably not your time yet and trust me it better come when its right for you in terms of timing and the person. I was 7years in my first marriage. i only got married at the right time and to the right person at 38years old and its been great.

      If I did not experience the first marriage, I would have thought if you were nice, a good cook, beautiful and a christian your marriage y=will work but i was wrong.

      It was not the right time for both of us because we were not matured for marriage, the guy did not know how to leave and cleave I did not know how to be firm to protect my interest and we fell like packs of card.

      So trust God that when it happens it will be the best.

    • largerthanlifealice

      October 13, 2017 at 11:41 am

      nooo…..marriage doesn’t validate you….you are Ifeyinwa beautiful ,strong ,hardworking and loved …..God bless you

    • Funms

      October 13, 2017 at 11:49 am

      No you’re not. You are blessed and highly favoured. Marriage is not the circumstance that defines you. Simples.

    • Kamsiyonna

      October 13, 2017 at 11:54 am

      Ify mbanu….failure chasi. Nahhh…Far from it

    • Katrina

      October 13, 2017 at 12:08 pm

      Ifeyinwa, you are NOT a failure. I’ve seen people who are older, get married. Forget about people placing so much value on marriage and children. In God’s own time, you will get married. Cheer up sis.

    • F

      October 14, 2017 at 9:27 am

      Failure ke!

      I am 41, unmarried and when I follow discussions like these I feel like I dodged a bullet.

      Being married (or unmarried) are only POTENTIALLY a blessing.

      Ifeyinwa please enjoy/embrace the blessings and freedoms that come with being right where you are.

      Becoming a wife will not make you feel like less of a failure.


      October 24, 2017 at 3:53 pm

      Dear sister, you are not failure, you d be surprised you are better off some married peeps. Pursue and awesome career , endeavor to love God more and to make heaven . Fill your heart with all of God and you d be surprised about the turn out of events in your life

  29. Tee Mama

    October 13, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    @ Ifeyinwa, Please don’t say that, you are not a failure and can never be! Remain positive and be encouraged! cyber hugs !

  30. iou

    October 16, 2017 at 5:52 pm

    Ifeanyinwa, pls don’t say that abeg! You are not a failure.

  31. Anonymous

    October 21, 2017 at 4:53 am

    Please listen to the message and not the messenger. This speaker comes to different parishes of the largest Pentecostal church here on speaking engagements, paid of course in local currency!

    My 2 cents is this:

    1. Judgement will start in God’s house according to the Bible so we should all work out OUR salvation with fear and trembling as the Bible says, for those who believe.
    2. I saw a lot of folks encouraging Ms Ifeyinwa. Our society makes unmarried and childless people feel like failures, why? There is no marriage in heaven Ms Ifeyinwa and you are a success at whatever you lay hands on to do that is good.

    3. Consistently using material and or monetary analogies in “preaching” especially a high amount in a society that already looks down on the poor is poor judgement. If you are a motivational speaker or pastor, prepare your sermons ahead and edit them. It’s your livelihood after all. It’s only in Nigeria that I’ve heard preachers get on the pulpit before preparing and cover up with stuff like” as I was coming here the Lord told me to speak on” . God is a deliberate and thorough God. The excellent way the universe is ordered shows his thoroughness and preparation.

    4. Lastly with the no of religious houses in Nigeria, why can’t we have multiple shelters, cooling centers, and food pantries? What about the least of these that Jesus talked about? Why is everything called blessing about houses and 10 cars and money etc. Why do we use money as a yardstick and example for everything. Why don’t we ask how folks became rich and isolate them if it’s from corruption? The other day” Deen Mojejulaye” was showing off like 4 Ferraris, a Lamborghini, etc and he comes from one of the poorest areas on planet earth. I didn’t hear of a lawsuit from any of his constituents. The point is, talks and monetary examples like this create a subconscious desire to make money at all costs and perpetuates the cycle of corruption. Why not use “a woman who cannot help her kids with homework is a failure” as an example. Where our treasure is, that is where our hearts will be and out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks says the Bible.

    ..Mammon worship is the reason we are where we are and the presence of 2 churches per street and 2 mosques per street cannot make the country better. BN please publish my text. I left your site for a while because you only publish what you deem non controversial. You are not a govt blog, don’t act like one. And please no curses on my comment. Pass your own with civility as well.

  32. joy okoye

    June 19, 2018 at 10:56 am

    i truly sincerely feel sad at how shallow alot of we christians are, chai its obvious we dont read our bibles, its too obvious….. how can u not understand that the message she is passing is that our husband should be able to count on us as wives in every sphere of life,not just to give birth and clean house, and of course why shud u be satisfied with just giving birth, is dt all God called u to this earth to do, or prov 31 was written for writing sake….. and this issue of openly tearing down people especially in Christendom, chai its truly sad, who among-st dem have u gone on ur knees to pray for, that if they are wrong n i mean if, because the ignorance of this generation is overwhelming,
    I look forward to borrowing my husband 5 milla, and hear me, a man dat wants u as just a house wife is not ur husband….. common….. am not about feminism, nothing like dat, women are to submit…if u like make 10 million a month, but den as God created u to fill, dominate and multiply on this earth, same for me……

  33. lea ndume

    May 27, 2019 at 11:38 am


    1mil was just an example my brethren,learn to judge for youselves.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Star Features