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Women are seen as weaker vessels, yet they fight most life’s battles - Mrs. Oludare

Mrs. Dorcas Oluwabukola Temitope Oludare


By 'Gbenga Bankole

Mrs. Dorcas Oluwabukola Temitope Oludare, the wife of DCC Superintendent of Christ Apostolic Church, Yaba Districts' Coordinating Council (DCC), Yaba Lagos, Pastor S.E.A. Oludare, has stated that the female gender face battles from birth till death which range from one stage to another, saying that  women are seen as weaker vessels yet they fight life’s battle most.


She noted that if a marriage breaks, the wife feels it most, it becomes a stigma on her, she can’t re-marry till the ex-husband dies.



Mrs. Oludare who noted this recently in Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State while ministering on the topic “Battles for young Christian Sisters” during the 2019 National Youth Conference, Ikeji II, said that during the period of war, the females suffer most, they are raped, they get pregnant, and they contact some sexually transmitted diseases. At other times they are used for money rituals.



According to her, the female gender is the most endangered species of human beings on earth whether young or old.




While commenting on how to win life battles, Mrs. Oludare advised Christian Sisters that they should be born again and also choose their friends wisely.



"Be careful who you talk with, move with and play with. Discover your talents and use them (Eph 2:10, 1 Peter 4:10:11, Exodus 35:10). Keep yourself busy for God and join the work force in your church (1Thess4:11; 2Thess3:11). Be focused, know what you want and why you want it (Pro 4:25, Matt 6:24.).
Be sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit. Know when to say Yes or No and when to turn back (Romans 8:4). Live a Bible based life. Love it, read it, meditate on it. Jesus fought with the word during this temptation (Psalm 119:9). Look for an experienced and elderly Christian Sister or Mother to confide in for advice and prayers. Fight the battle prayerfully and don’t deceive yourself (2 Cor 10:14-18)," she stated.



Mrs. Oludare concluded that battles will always show up in our journey as Christian Sisters, advising them to get ready to fight, overcome and be celebrated at last.

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