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NEWLY WEDDED COUPLE LEADS THE CHOIR (singing Dorinda Clark-Cole Everything He Promised and I PRAISE YOU by Elijah Oyebode)

Yes oo! Such a beautiful, unique, gorgeous, special, very young young sweet today couple! Wow! Up coming Gospel Artist Bensong takes his bride from the alter to his house! Eh!! Yes ooo! Not to the alter again ooo! They just left the alter ooo! You need to see how his young beautiful wife, Favour out-danced the our Ben ooo! Anyway, Ngozi is our own person. 

Today 14th of January 2017, at RCCG Jesus House Parish Port Harcourt, one of the youngest couple I have seen in a long recent time got wedded today. It was a beautiful sight as I behold this very young ones take their vows, making a life time decision to live together for all the rest of their lives. This is the one that made the bible says "Enjoy the wife of your youth". 

This message is for you. Yes! You reading this post and wondering why I am sharing this Better News.
This couple young no be small. You wey don hammer, wetin you still dey wait for?

You dey wait for more money? Abi you wanna gonna build a mansion? Or you are still testing the waters? I pray the Waters will not drown you ooo! You better go see that lady's parents and stop wasting her time. Benson no waste Favour time ooo! In our digital age today people like Benson and Favour will still be dating and monthing! But they decided to say " I do" and Tie the Knots! And they are wedded and married. So, why am I sharing this? This lovely couple are in the choir and decided to lead the choir in the ministration song before the sermon!

This couple is our new Winans generation! Obviously they are not and will not be the first and last couple who can sing, but they sure gonna raise a new generation of gospel singers and worshipers. 
We are wishing Mr. & Mrs Benson a happy forever after as they sing and worship into their lovely home. We pray that they will set a good example for all our youths and also direct the younger ones to make the right decisions and the right choice. It is one thing to get married and yet another thing to stay married. 


Thank you for reading. Help us wish this lovely young couple a happy married life. What do you think about getting married early in life? Share your thought with us below.


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