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from Something Great by M.Clark

During a very tender and intimate family wedding ceremony, in a town park in Charlestown, RI, Ron and Kim shared their wedding vows. What follows is the reading they used during their ceremony. 246 more words

Wedding Vows And Ceremonies

An Open Letter To Married Men

Dear Married Men,

When you recited your marriage vows, you promised to love, honor, cherish your wife, and all that jazz. But there are a few unwritten rules that maybe should be included in the marriage vows that should be common sense, but each day, I’m beginning realize that apparently common sense isn’t all that common. 1,942 more words

Portrait of a Lady- by Henry James

Good Morning couples in love, this small essay from Henry James speaks so dearly of a heart being transformed by love in a relationship. What more need be said on this wonderful morning. 220 more words

Wedding Vows And Ceremonies

Marriage Vows (extended)

For better or worse. In sickness and health. For richer or poorer. Till death do us part.

“I do”

The simple vows when two people become united in a marriage ceremony. 817 more words

Diamonds are for ever

Last Sunday we had a big party. Its core was five children, 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren – together with spouses and established inamorati. And we were joined by three other guests who had been present at our wedding exactly sixty years before the date that I post this on the internet. 429 more words

Moral Judgment

Renewal of Vows

Grass Lake – “’Til death do us part.” Many people have trouble making commitments, especially life-long commitments. True, it can be a little scary when you don’t know what’s ahead, but if we let the Lord into our lives and remember that He holds us in the palm of His hand, it becomes just a little easier, and we know that “all will be well.” Two good friends of the Shrine, and Guanellian Cooperators, Jim and Sue Phillips, let the Lord into their lives 40 years ago and recently celebrated their 40th Anniversary. 34 more words


Be A Fountain Not A Drain

God made natural springs and waterfalls. Man has taken this concept from nature and made them into something beautiful we call…


They are refreshing, and the place where many drop a coin to make a wish. 632 more words

Christian Marriage