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Daddy Freeze What popular OAP has to say about sex & marriage

Daddy Freeze does not only speak on tithing, he also speaks on marriage and sex occasionally.

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Daddy Freeze has an opinion on several things, including relationships, marriage and even sex.

The popular Cool FM OAP in his position as the convener of the Free The Sheeple Movement teaches every now and then, and also dabbles into trending topical issues, sharing thoughts and dropping scripture-backed opinions on what he thinks is right and what is not.

Daddy Freeze on masturbation

On the subject of pleasuring one's self sexually Daddy Freeze believes there's nothing wrong with masturbation on the condition of being single.

"My stand on masturbation is if you are not in a relationship as a man, a man from 25 and above must clear his prostate at least three to four times a week and 21 times a month,” he says.

“When you don't have a wife, be there praying and fasting for you not to get prostate," Freeze adds.

This view tallies with the scientific approach to the subject. A study conducted on 31,925 men and published by Harvard University in 2017 proves this.

Daddy Freeze on marrying from a different religion

The OAP whose real name is Ifedayo Olarinde, had something to say in February 2018 when Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, a Christian, announced that his daughter Damilola was engaged to marry Oluseun Shamsideen Bakare, the son of Muslim billionaire businesswoman, Hajia Bola Shagaya.

After congratulating the couple, Freeze says:

"If it’s normal church rats that want to marry Muslims, they won’t agree o… They will go as far as saying “Allah is not God” and say “let’s not be unequally yoked”.

"But with the political pedigree involved here, I’m sure even the GO and his Mummy will attend."

It has later been said however, that despite being born to Muslim parents, Damilola Osinbajo's groom, Seun Bakare is actually a Christian who is also a worker in church.

Their wedding will hold on March 15/17 2018.

This level of obtuse ignorance as doltishly brandished by @blaiseayika is what likens Christianity to slavery. - It is noteworthy that Jesus clearly sees some circumstances that legitimize divorce. A marriage continues to be valid until one party dissolves the marriage through unfaithfulness. This so-called exception clause appears here in Matthew 5 and again in Matthew 19 but does not occur in either Mark or Luke. - In a similar passage in Mark 10:11#emo#wpY=##12, Jesus widens the scope of the teaching to show that such dissolution may apply to the behavior of either the man or the woman (even though in Jewish custom women could not divorce their husbands, Jesus includes women equally in his charge): "Whoever divorces his wife and marries another commits adultery against her; and if she divorces her husband and marries another, she commits adultery." A more literal translation of "she commits adultery" reads, "she is adulterized," meaning if a woman is divorced without just cause, she is left in a valid marriage. Remarriage for her would, therefore, be adultery. In saying this, Jesus may very well have had in mind the practice of men discharging their wives without just cause, thereby exploiting them. - But how do we apply the "exception clause" today? Does Jesus only accept divorce as legitimate#emo#4oCU##but not remarriage for the innocent partner? In the Jewish society of Jesus' day, remarriage was always assumed for the innocent party unless prohibited for some particular reason. Unfaithfulness, therefore, would make a marriage invalid since a valid divorce canceled the marriage bond and allowed the innocent party to remarry exactly like a single person. Jesus, in his radical kingdom commands, takes divorce very seriously. There is serious judgment for sin, but, at the same time, there is and should be no condemnation for the innocent.

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Daddy Freeze on divorce

"It is noteworthy that Jesus clearly sees some circumstances that legitimize divorce," writes Freeze in a rather lengthy Instagram post shared on March 11, 2018.

"A marriage continues to be valid until one party dissolves the marriage through unfaithfulness. This so-called exception clause appears here in Matthew 5 and again in Matthew 19 but does not occur in either Mark or Luke...

On how frequent sex should be

Reacting in October 2017 to American model, Amber Rose's revelation that she demands sex from her boyfriend, 21 Savage every day, Daddy Freeze says:

"Can you have sex every day?

“Well, the answer is yes, there are people who are highly sexed and enjoy sex every day, some several times a day.

“So if you are one of these people don’t be ashamed or embarrassed to ask your partner for it, it’s what they signed up for."

Daddy Freeze on premarital sex

On having sex before being married, Freeze has this to say:

"Is it ok to have premarital sex[?] Now, this is not so straightforward. According to the ancient Jewish system based on the Torah, once a couple is betrothed, they can have sex, but cannot live together until the final marriage contract is sealed.

“Scroll through various screenshots I put up and do your personal research both historically and biblically if you have any doubts.

“Unfortunately there are no ‘hard and fast’ rules regarding betrothal and sex inside the Bible, but we are [advised]against sexual immorality.

“What exactly is sexual immorality? Abraham, Solomon, David, Jacob and Moses all had concubines. Now a concubine is not a wife, neither does she share the status of a wife and nowhere in the Bible were concubines expressly annulled either by Jesus or by our first pastors; the disciples,” he says.

On March 11, 2018, Daddy Freeze unveiled the  official logo for his online church named ‘Free Nation In Christ Online Church aka Free The Sheeple movement.’

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