Nathaniel Bassey Advises Intending Couples on Osinachi: Why Her Death Is Annoying

Nathaniel Bassey, a popular Nigerian gospel artist, has reacted to the death of singer Osinachi Nwachukwu.

In response to the death of Osinachi Nwachukwu, the musician, who recommended couples to pray and double-check before entering into marriage relationships, emphasized that marriage is good, but it is not forced.

He also prayed that God would grant individuals in abusive marriages the wisdom to make the best decision possible.

“In the last several weeks, I’ve had to share some really difficult postings,” he wrote on Instagram. Posts on excellent gospel ministers that have passed away. I went to two young people’s music services. And the harsh realities of life are right in front of you. Although death is unavoidable, we do not pray for it ahead of time.

“However, hearing the circumstances surrounding our sister’s death has been quite irritating.” One whose worshipful voice thundered and resonated forcefully.

“I recall her greeting me with a smile and humility whenever we had to minister at worship gatherings.” But now she’s with our lord. But I have to say, it’s a little early.

“MAY YOU NOT MARRY YOUR ENEMY,” I say again to my friends, “and that you do not become an ENEMY to someone else.” In the name of Jesus. Marriage is a good and honorable institution. But not through coercion. SHINE YOUR EYES, those about to marriage. Love is not deafening. God is love, after all. And God is not deafeningly deaf.

“Red flags should not be ignored.” PRAY AND CHECK AGAIN, even if you claim, or they say, “God said,” but you notice some attributes that are not consistent with godly character.

“And to those in dreadful marital situations, both men and women, I pray for you today: May God provide you the WISDOM to make the correct judgments before it’s too late.” In the name of Jesus. Amen. I send my best wishes to my family, friends, and well-wishers.

“Can anything ever separate us from the love of Christ?” Is it true that if we are in trouble or adversity, or if we are persecuted, or if we are hungry, or impoverished, or if we are in danger, or if we are faced with death, he no longer loves us? (As the Bible states,

“We are murdered every day for your sake; we are slaughtered like sheep.”) No, despite all of this, we have won an overwhelming victory through Christ, who loved us.”

NLT: Romans 8:35-37.”

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