- In a very clear message, Solomon Buchi spoke on the notion that people should first recognize themselves as children of God before they assume roles as husbands or wives in relationships.
- Buchi stated that those who fall short in this regard will ultimately face judgment based on their conduct and treatment of their partners.
Solomon Buchi advices individuals to consider the higher spiritual and moral significance of one’s behavior towards those they share their lives with.
He revealed his strong conviction that people will eventually be judged by God according to how they treat their relationships in a poignant message that was shared on Twitter.
Buchi discussed the idea that before assuming duties as husband or wife in partnerships, people should first acknowledge themselves as God’s children.
He espoused the idea that a person should treat their partner with great care and respect, stressing that they should be valued as valuable people rather than as objects.
He went on to say that people ought to treat their partners in partnerships as though they were tending to them on behalf of God, reflecting the compassion and love they would expect to receive from a supernatural force.
Buchi issued a dire warning, stating that individuals who do not live up to this standard will eventually be judged by God for how they behave and treat their relationships.
He stated that one’s actions towards their partners have far-reaching implications beyond the immediate circumstances, and ultimately impact one’s connection with a higher power, be it through acts of kindness, respect or selflessness
God will judge you for how you treat your partner. They are first God’s children, before they are your husband/wife. You don’t own them, you’re taking care of them for God. Do it well. Do it like God will like it done.
— Solomon Buchi (@Solomon_Buchi) November 6, 2023
Solomon Buchi had earlier preached against domestic violence, stating that “Nothing justifies domestic violence.
Solomon addresses the issue of domestic violence, urging men to reject any notion that could potentially justify acts of violence within the household.
In a society where gender-based violence continues to pervade, Buchi insists that any action causing harm within the sacred space of one’s home is utterly unacceptable and must be vehemently condemned.