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Let her breasts satisfy you


Bishop Charles Ighele

A few people may wonder why I am writing about breasts on the pages of a newspaper. As I look through my Bible, I found out that the breasts of a woman are romantically talked about. I believe if the Bible can talk about the beauty of the breasts of a woman, we can also write about it.

When I was a little boy, the culture under which I grew made me think that after a woman has given birth to the first child, her breasts will become less attractive to her husband. And by the time the woman gives birth to three or four children, chai, there will be nothing to write home about her breasts.

I used to hear from men such comments as: “Na one man give am belle. She don born. Her breasts don fall. Nothing dey there again”. As a young boy, I knew of many men who married second wives who were by far younger than their first wives. A few of these men call their first wives kpokrikpo (meaning old lorry), while they referred to the younger wives as “new chassis.” Some of those men who did not want to have a second wife had what they called “number two” and from what I saw, the “number two” (what is presently known as side chicks), were young with firm breasts.

Growing up under this kind of culture really got me scared of how my married life would be because I did not want to have a “new chassis” or a “side chick.” I had not experienced the new birth then, but I always anticipated a situation whereby I would remain faithful to my future wife. But the fear was: How could I remain faithful, when there is nothing to enjoy about her breasts after given birth to children? But after the recreation of my human spirit, I came across Proverbs chapter 5:18 and 19. Proverbs 5:18b says “…and rejoice with the wife of your youth.” Verse 19b says, “…Let her breast satisfy you at all times.” This scripture does not say that it is the breasts of only a young girl that gives a man satisfaction. It talks about “the wife of your youth,” which means that the wife might have been with you for many years. I also took this scripture to mean that whether the breasts don fall (sagged) or not, it still has the powerful ability to give me romantic satisfaction if I do not allow “long throat” for young girls and their firm breasts to have authority over my mind.

The word “let” in the passage above means that the choice whether to allow her breasts satisfy me or not depends on me. The childhood fears disappeared, and I went into marriage with a renewed mind, as far as female breasts are concerned. And after over thirty years of being married to Carol and four children, she still intoxicates me. Boy, I feel cool about her and she feels cool about herself.

I would like to appeal to women not to lose their self-esteem because their breasts might have lost their firmness. Those breasts still carry a powerful ability to give their husbands romantic satisfaction according to the word of God. In your privacy, hold those breasts once in a while and speak over them that they have the ability to give your man romantic satisfaction. Pray positively over them. Don’t be ashamed of your breasts. Be proud of them, because your husband will not be proud of them, if you are not proud of them. Love you.

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