Nothing is wrong if someone wants your partner; Nigerian veteran actor Kenneth boldly declares
Marriage is a covenant, a sacred bond between a man and a woman instituted by and publicly entered into before God. God’s plan for the marriage covenant involves at least the following vital principles:
The permanence of marriage: Marriage is intended to be permanent, since it was established by God (Matthew 19:6; Mark 10:9).
Marriage represents a serious commitment that should not be entered into lightly or unadvised. It involves a solemn promise or pledge, not merely to one’s marriage partner, but before God. Divorce is not permitted except in a very limited number of biblically prescribed circumstances.
It is the most intimate of all human relationships, uniting a man and a woman in a “one-flesh” union (Genesis 2:23 -25). Marriage involves “leaving” one’s family of origin and “being united” to one’s spouse, which signifies the establishment of a new family unit distinct from the two originating families.
This is the truth about marriage, however Nigerian veteran actor Kenneth Okonkwo believes that there is nothing wrong with someone wanting your partner.
He wrote on his Facebook page “Nothing is wrong with someone wanting your partner. It shows your partner is special. It means they’re of great value. Before you get worked up over someone wanting your partner, remember that they wouldn’t be with you if they wanted to be with the other person.
Some of you cannot be friends with your partners because you take every little thing to heart and let it trouble your peace.”
“Things that normal couples would gist and laugh about, when it comes to your turn, you must turn it into quarrel. Your partner cannot share their day with you again. Nobody can say your partner is beautiful or handsome because you’re in their life.
I don’t understand how people survive in such relationships. I would gradually begin to lose interest if no one wants my woman and is making frantic efforts to get her into their life, because it’d mean she’s not special.”
“In a relationship, it is not important who wants your partner, what’s important is who your partner wants and how they treat you amidst the competition for their heart.”
Do you think his assertions are true. What are your comments on this.