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From the Scriptures, getting divorced and remarry, in most cases, is a sin but the leader and founder of Grace Embassy Church International, Rev Paul Sapak believes is a ‘school of thought’.

According to the man of God, he believes that when your marriage does not work and you have done all you should do and still it doesn’t work, you should be able to rebuild the home.

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Speaking about his early life in an interview with First Lady on Browngh TV, the clergyman revealed that he once got married but later divorced and rebuild his home with another woman.


He said; “I have been married before which didn’t work, in my early days both in Christianity and the ministry I married but it didn’t work so I married again…”.

“…one the does not divorce, it takes two to divorce, divorce is like a school of thought”, he said this to answer the question on why he divorced his first wife.

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Rev. Sapak noted that his first marriage lasted for about four and a half years before they decided to go on their separate ways.

The man of God revealed that it took him nine years to get another woman after divorcing his first wife.

“… I fought the bachelorhood for nine years, struggle for nine years, try to build the home for nine years, and trusting God not make the second mistake for nine years,” he told the host.

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Pastor Paul divorced his first wife in 2007 and married his second wife in 2016 and has two children.

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