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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Love Has No Other Desire But to Fulfill Itself.

The wedding vows are promises made by the bride and groom to each other during a wedding ceremony such as;

Let’s think of the future, Forget the past
You're not my first love, But you're my last
Take the love that I bring, Then I’ll have everything
As long as I have you and you have me

The marriage vows are solemn promises made before GOD and to each other. The purpose being: to establish the commitment, of total dedication, of themselves to one another.

Sometimes the words “forsaking all others” are included in the ceremony.

Marriage could be greatly improved if all the vows were lived up to. The messing with others is a betrayal that is inerasable. It can be repented of, but the memory of it cannot die. It can be forgiven, and loving care can ease the pain of it, but the betrayed will take that memory to the grave.

Jesus said; Love one another even as I have loved you.

Jesus sure said a mouthful when he said that. Yet, He knew that we who are, “In Christ” do have within us a capacity to love - - that goes beyond our wildest imagination.

Wisdom speaks and says; self discovery in Christ is the challenge and is the power to experience success in this life.

"Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself.
To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving,
To rest at the noon hour and meditate on love's ecstasy and joy;
To return home at eventide with gratitude, and then sleep with a prayer
For the beloved in your heart and a song of praise upon your lips."

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