Pastor warns married couples that living far from each other breeds cheating

Pastor warns married couples that living far from each other breeds cheating

- Pastor Josephine Nguu said married couples should live together unless it is completely impossible

- Nguu said distance in marriage create a vacuum for infidelity

- The woman of God also said couples should also communicate their feelings to each other in case they feel something is wrong in the relationship

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They say grass is always greener where you water it.

Perhaps it is on the premise of this wise saying that Pastor Josephine Nguuh of Christ Is the Answer Ministries (CITAM) reminded married couples to continue working on strengthening their relationships.

Kenyan pastor warns married couples against living far from each other, says it breeds cheating

Pastor Nguu said couples should live together as much as possible. Photo: Josephine Nguu.
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Opportunity for cheating

Speaking in Hope FM, the woman of God urged couples in matrimony to avoid living far from each other because, according to her, the distance creates a vacuum for infidelity in marriage.

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The pastor said couples should try and live together unless it is completely impossible.

"Living far away from one another as couples brings an opportunity to sin. Try to live together unless it is completely impossible. It is the sure way to grow strongly together," she said.

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Kenyan pastor warns married couples against living far from each other, says it breeds cheating

A past church service in CITAM. The CITAM's pastor also urged couples to embrace honest communication. Photo: CITAM church.
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Open communication in marriage

Nguu also asked lovers in a union to embrace honest communication, especially when cheating has invaded their marriage.

She said spouses should talk to each other if they feel the love for their partners is dwindling.

"Be open, be honest and share your areas of weakness and help one another- Marriages work, it is hard work but it is good work," the cleric said.

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Kenyan pastor warns married couples against living far from each other, says it breeds cheating

Pastor Karita recently asked men to use good pick up lines when pursuing women. Photo: CITAM church.
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In other news about marital advice, Briefly.co.za saw that former FLOTUS Michelle Obama has given fans some insight into what it is like to be married to a former US president. The mother of two shared a message on Twitter as she reflected on her marriage while recalling an episode of a podcast she did with comedian Conan O'Brien.

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In her message, Michelle attached a beautiful throwback photo from her wedding day with Obama and noted relationships like hers brought joy and gave one's life meaning.

"Last week on The #MichelleObamaPodcast, Conan and I reflected on our marriages. This relationship can be one of the most foundational pieces of our identities, bringing us so much joy, meaning, and support every single day," she said.

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