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Married Man’s Heartbreak: Trapped in Blood Covenant as Wife Cheats, Can’t Break Free!”

Juliet Korkor 1 month ago 0

Simon shared a story of how he entered into a blood covenant with his wife while they were dating, a decision he deeply regrets.

Despite his wife’s infidelity with other men, he feels trapped in the marriage due to the covenant they made.

Simon grew up in a particular area and later moved to a different location after completing his studies to start a job.

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He had never been in a relationship before when a lady approached him, and they eventually decided to get married.

However, before their marriage, the lady insisted they enter into a blood covenant by cutting their arms as a sign of commitment to stay together until death.

Despite warnings from pastors and friends about the lady’s behavior of drinking in clubs with other men, Simon went ahead with the marriage out of love for her.

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After getting married, Simon noticed his wife’s suspicious actions, such as hugging other men in front of him and inviting them into their home in his absence.

When he confronted her about her infidelity and asked for a divorce, she reminded him of the blood covenant, claiming that he would never find happiness in another relationship if he left her.

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Simon has tried seeking help from different churches for deliverance but to no avail.

He now regrets making the blood covenant and advises young people to carefully consider the consequences before making decisions to please others.

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