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Toke Makinwa discusses the consequences of disobedience to God in a relationship.

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Toke Makinwa discusses the consequences of disobedience to God in a relationship.

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On-air personality well-known Toke Makinwa explains why some relationships or businesses fail despite putting in more effort.

God speaks to everyone in different ways, according to the media personality and actress, such as sending messages or speaking with our inner man.

This was stated by Toke Makinwa during her “Tokemoments” show. She chastised those who blame God for their marital woes, claiming that rejecting God’s words leads to a complicated situation.

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God does not punish the offender in a relationship because the wronged partner chose to follow the flesh, according to Toke Makinwa.

“This one is a screamer.” Because I’m at the table, you can count on me to call myself out.

How many times has God told us that something isn’t good for us, that some people aren’t good for us, that quitting your job to start your own business might not be the best thing to do right now, and so much more? We did our own thing, our own way, and when it all fell apart, we scream God hates us, or we pray dangerous prayers to curse that person God told you to leave. We all know something isn’t good for us in the long run, yet it’s so difficult to let go of it. Please like, share, comment, and subscribe to my YouTube page for the whole Vlog, which is linked in my bio.”

Toke Makinwa said to Yinkfold that her tragic history made it tough for her to find love again. She did, however, mention how God assisted her in overcoming her obstacles, saying that He (God) kept the best for last.

“I’m just so grateful that God didn’t give up on me even though my past trauma made it tough to love me; he saw right through my brokenness, and I fear to think where I’d be if God had abandoned me.”

“He saved the best for last,” says the narrator.

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