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My Pastor Tricked Me To Marry A Widower With 3 Children, I Didn't Know It Was Her Plan; Lady Narrate

Many people have a very strong belief in words uttered by prophets and servants of God though in today's generation very few can be trusted. Lucy Blessed speaks of her life's journey.

Lucy was born and raised in Nyandarua. She was a God-fearing girl since she was young. After form 4 she went to her brother's place in Nairobi waiting to join college.

He took her to his church and she met the Pastor who was a lady who welcomed her to stay with her. She stayed for a year serving God with the pastor's guidance.

At one time, the pastor told her that God had commanded her to raise the kids of a certain widower whose wife had died not long before. Lucy didn't question but rather obeyed.

They were prayed for and moved in together. The man worked in Laikipia so after a month he went back to work and would visit them. She did her best and the kids loved her.

In the process of living together, she got pregnant but the child died immediately after birth. It was so sad for her but she had to accept. The kids were growing first and some even went to boarding leaving only the last born home.

However, the man started ill-treating and beating her claiming that her work was finished. He even confessed that he and the pastor were lovers and they had made all the plans to use Lucy to raise the kids.

She was so hurt that she fell into depression after leaving his house. She still ack colleges that everything happens for a reason and that God has great plans for her. Lucy is currently on medication which was prescribed for 6 months needing a lot of finances yet she currently can't work.

Her request is for people to support her in medication and to continue praying for her recovery. Also, she has forgiven her pastor and her ex and warns people against misusing others for their gain.

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