Da me again-ooo, my people. Da me Pekin Paul. My mou’h na scared. I can put my mou’h on anything and in anything. You like it, jacko; you na like it, Jack-o’-Lantern. Da me say so.
My people, I will forget about breast cancer and breast sucking and go to a different topic today. Yor know me. Writing da my area. That’s why I don’t eat. Writing da my food. That’s why I don’t drink. Writing da my water. That’s why I don’t get sick. Writing da my medicine. That’s why I don’t like woman business. Writing da my woman. Da me say so.
My people, I want to share with you something the Apostle Paul says in I Corinthians 7:2. Yor want hear it? I comin’ talk it. The Apostle Paul says that in order to stop people from during plenty loving business, from having boyfriends or girlfriends here and there, every man should have his own wife, and every woman should have her own husband. Yor see trouble?
In other words, the Apostle Paul is suggesting that marriage can stop this habit of loving around. Yor looka Paul aye. So, the Apostle Paul is convinced that if a woman gets married, she will stop having secret boyfriends here and there, and if a man gets married, he will stop having secret girlfriends here and there. Paul shouldn’t make me laugh yah. Whetin Paul on so? It looks like the Apostle Paul doesn’t know much about the rottenness of the creatures called human beings. Da me say so.
Whetin the Apostle Paul on so? What makes the Apostle Paul believe that marriage can stop a person from having secret lovers? Yor looka Paul aye, my people. And, you reading this article, stop laughing like that. Da na true I talking? You want to tell me you have not been eating outside since you got married? And, as you read this article, you na eating outside? Have your being married stopped you from loving outside?
Paul seh full of it-o, my people. Wheh wrong with the Apostle Paul? Where did he get that idea from, that marriage can stop people from loving outside, from engaging in sexual immorality? What’s Paul’s problem, my people?
Where has being married ever stopped anyone from loving outside? My people, is it not a fact that most married men are worse in this loving business than a lot of the unmarried men around here? And isn’t it also a fact that most married women around here are worse in this loving business than a lot of the single women around here? But wait-o, wasn’t King David married when he loved to Bathsheba, Uriah’s wife? Whetin Paul on so?
I see. I think the Apostle Paul is not aware of the rottenness of people. He doesn’t even know that some girls can invite their secret lovers to their wedding, and some boys do the same. Some people can get married today and sleep with their secret lovers the next day. It looks like Paul eyes na open-o. Whetin Paul on so?
Most married men have more than four girlfriends. Most married women also have boyfriends – that is, secret lovers – all over the place. Even pastors and deacons who are married have secret lovers all over the place. In fact, some pastors eat loving business like kanyan. Da lie, my people?
In the midst of all this plenty woman-and-man business, all this secret loving here and there, the Apostle Paul comes and says this in I Corinthians 7 verse 2:
This is what he says: “To avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband.” Yor looka the Apostle Paul aye. Whehtin Paul on so?
To be continued…
Seriously, my people, aren’t these points to ponder?