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Bernice Maune
3 minute read
5 Dec 2016
3:57 pm

The last, heartfelt message Ayanda Ncwane penned about marriage to Sfiso Ncwane

Bernice Maune

Less than 24 hours before her husband died of kidney failure at a Fourways hospital, Ayanda Ncwane wrote a touching message about marriage on Instagram.

Ayanda and Sfiso Ncwane. Image via Instagram.

Ayanda Ncwane, the mother of two, who was married to the gospel singer for nine years, hasn’t shied away from giving relationship advice on social media or uploading intimate moments between herself and her late husband.

In her latest post, Ayanda Ncwane started off with a scripture, 1 Peter 5:8, which says: “Your adversary, the devil, walks around like a roaring lion, seeking for whom he may devour.”

Ayanda then speaks about how important she believes it is for young couples to spend time praying and covering their families “in the blood of Jesus”.

“Be careful young couples, the number one mission in the kingdom of darkness in destroying marriages and happy homes. Rebuke the slightest thought of lust, RUN away as far as possible from tempting situations.

“No amount of money, power, education, beauty can save you. YOU NEED THE BLOOD OF CHRIST. When your partner is spiritually weak , stand in the gab and fight for your families zithandwa (beloved),” she wrote.

Ayanda Ncwane revealed she was being contacted by struggling couples who were seeking her advice, which prompted her to share the post.

Ayanda and Sfiso Ncwane pictured here with their family. Image via Instagram.

“Taking pictures together and acting happy is not enough. WOMEN!!! Take authority and power given to you to fight in prayer, fast, rebuke the spirits, stop sleeping, and allow the devil to enter into your territories (marriages),” she concluded.

Ayanda and Sfiso were set to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary in six months. The pair were business partners and would regularly support each other’s ventures, with Sfiso affectionately calling his wife his Kim Kardashian.

Their marriage was not without issues, as they had to contend with reports that Sfiso was not paying maintenance for his first-born daughter and that he had neglected his mother because of Ayanda. Despite this, they still managed to put up a united front and remain together under public scrutiny.

READ MORE: Gospel legend Sfiso Ncwane has died

“Your adversary, the devil, walks around like a roaring lion, seeking for whom he may devour” 1 Peter 5:8…. How I wish couple could spend enough time praying and covering their marriages & families with blood of Jesus, clothing their marriages with the full amour of God. Be careful young couples, the number one mission in the kingdom of darkness in destroying marriages & happy homes. Rebuke the slightest thought of lust, RUN aways as far as possible from tempting situations. No amount of money , power, education, beauty can save you. YOU NEED THE BLOOD OF CHRIST. When your partner is spiritually weak , stand in the gab and fight for your families zithandwa. The calls I’m getting lately about broken marriages breaks my heart and annoys me. That is why I’m sharing this. Taking pictures together and acting happy is not enough. WOMEN!!! Take authority and power given to you to fight in prayer, fast, rebuke the spirits, stop sleeping, and allow the devil to enter into your territories( marriages).

A photo posted by Ayanda Ncwane (@ayandancwane) on


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