Pastor Kumuyi Reveals the Secrets Behind the Behavior of Single Sisters That Drive Men Away
At the Combined Sunday worship session, Pastor W.F. Kumuyi, the General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, addressed his congregation about “The Promise Of Life Beyond Earthly Limitations.” He read Genesis 47:8–9, which states, “And Pharaoh questioned Jacob, “How old are you?” And Jacob said Pharaoh, “The days of the years of my pilgrimage are one hundred and thirty years; the days of my life have been short and wretched, and they have not reached the days of the years of the life of my fathers in the days of their pilgrimage.””
He claimed that Pharaoh enquired about Jacob’s age. He had faced a lot of stress and difficulties. So remember that looking older than your actual age is caused by bearing too much weight on your head. You appear older when you have problems eating, drinking, sleeping, or waking up. Rejoice, rejoice.
Then, he conveys a crucial word to his single sisters who are preparing to wed. He stated: “You will find your husband, my sister who wants to be married. However, if you constantly groan, cry, and tell God in your closet that you want to die, you will appear older than you actually are, and men will avoid you. They’ll believe that you’re older than you actually are. So that your future husband would be happy to accept you when God leads you to him, cheer up, dress nicely, and smile.” So they must exercise caution because this is the reason why some guys might flee from some sisters.
Jacob claimed to be 130 years old, but he had lived with evil trauma for a very long time. Jacob, though, lived for 147 years before passing away. When Joseph left his house to look for his siblings, he was 17 years old. The best period of his life was the last 17 years. Jacob lived another 17 years after God brought them together, and the happiest years were once more repeated for him. His days of crying were done; they were dried up.
Finally, he concluded, “This applies to you: in the name of Jesus, your later years will be more pleasant and joyful than the best years you have previously experienced.”