Prophet Urges Married Partners To Kiss More Often
Love is a beautiful feeling, and for many couples, it is what holds their relationship together. However, as time goes by, life can get in the way, and couples can forget to prioritize the simple gestures that keep their love alive. But one Zimbabwean prophet is determined to remind couples of the power of intimacy and has even encouraged them to make kissing a regular part of their routine.
B-metro reports that Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa Chiza, who is renowned for his prophetic messages, recently spoke to couples during a sermon in which he urged them to make kissing a priority in their relationship. The prophet cited kissing as a way to improve a couple’s connection and strengthen their bond.
According to the prophet, kissing is not just a physical act, but it also has spiritual significance. He said that kissing helps to activate a spiritual connection between two people and creates a bond that transcends physical attraction. Prophet Chiza emphasized that couples should not wait until they are in the bedroom to kiss but should make it a habit to kiss each other regularly.
His message has resonated with many couples who have struggled to keep the passion alive in their relationships. In a world where people are increasingly distracted by technology and the demands of daily life, many couples forget to prioritize the small gestures that make all the difference. But the prophet’s message has reminded them of the importance of intimacy and has encouraged them to make it a part of their daily routine.
Surveys have revealed that not only do eight out of 10 couples not kiss each other before going to bed, but a fifth of married couples arguably go for a full week without kissing at all – and even those who do, rarely touch lips for longer than five seconds. As if that is not enough, one school of thought opines that once we feel settled in a relationship, it seems the closest we get to a French kiss with lashings of tongue is tutting at teens snogging at the bus stop.