The Prerequisites of a Lasting Relationship (Part 3)

The Prerequisites of a Lasting Relationship (Part 3)

Powerful message by Pastor Tai Adeshugba: The Prerequisites of a Lasting Relationship (Part 3)

Continuing on with the topic of ‘The Prerequisites of a Lasting Relationship’, today we take the topic in two parts. To begin, Pastor Tai tackles the question of marrying someone of another faith and the implications of such a decision. In this sermon, we start by addressing the mistakes that many single people who are seeking a godly spouse make. Mistakes like making idols in our hearts, ignoring the vehicle of our destinies and continuing to engage in sexual sin. 
From there, we navigate our way through to how to maintain lasting relationships. Last week we established that we need to let God start it. Today we establish that we need to let God shepherd it. Psalm 23:1 confidently declares that “The Lord is my Shepherd”. Many of us our happy to join in and say that with a smile on our faces but when it comes to our relationships, we’re not letting God be our Shepherd. 
Taking us through 4 key things that characterise letting God shepherd our relationships, this message, whether single, married or otherwise, will make you consider how you’ve conducted your relationships thus far. Head over to our website to hear this message that will provoke you to deep thought!
To hear more and to hear a few tips on how to start a relationship, head over to our website to hear more!

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Pastor Tai Adeshugba is the Senior Pastor of Worship Tabernacle, a church which is situated in The Citadel, Archway, North London. Tai is known as a motivational and prophetic teacher in his delivery of the gospel to the body of Christ. He has a prophetic mandate to shape the lives of God’s people and give them the Word to enable them to fulfil their dreams. This mandate compels him to challenge the Body of Christ to assume their position of authority and influence in every facet of life.