Banky W Opens Up About Past Pornography Addiction, Thanks Wife For Support
The former singer-turned-pastor and politician thanks his wife Adesua during the speech at church.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Banky W thanks his wife for supporting him during his porn addiction.
The performer and preacher thanked his wife before openly discussing his history with porn at a sermon titled “The prison of pornography” on Sunday, June 25, 2023.
“If I don’t thank God for anything in my life, I thank God for this woman,” he said while pointing at his wife, Adesua Etomi, in the front row.
Banky W emphasized the value of having a trustworthy friend while pleading with the congregation to do so. He counseled them, “Pick the right person you can talk to.”
In his speech, he discussed his struggles, stressing instances when he would constantly contact his wife and chat with her on the phone to maintain his resolve and resist the temptation to view adult videos.
You choose which ideas to concentrate on, Banky W said in his sermon, comparing the human brain to a powerful machine. You control what enters, what exits, and what remains.
He continued by outlining ways to resist the urge.
He said, “You can not wheel a thought out of your mind. You can’t get it out of your mind because it has been suggested to you. You can only replace it with a more powerful thought. You can only replace the thoughts that the devil suggests with a truth that God says, so you’ll renew your mind with the words of God.”
Watch the whole sermon from Waterbrook Church below:
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