Marriage Quotes Page 5
Not only is marriage a lifelong discovery about each other,
it is also meant to give you a partner to discover the world with.
Peter Cain, Dating Advice
One advantage of marriage, it seems to me, is that when you fall
out of love with each other, it keeps you together until maybe you fall in again.
Two souls with but a single thought,
Two hearts that beat as one!
Short Love Poems |
Just as marriage covenants refer to both bad times as well as good,
so our covenant with God should acknowledge the certainty of both.
Ken Wytsma, The Grand Paradox
There are no perfect husbands. There are no perfect wives.
There are no perfect marriages. Too often we feel we're the ONLY
ones dealing with challenges in marriage. You're no different than any
other couple out there trying to make oneness happen with two
Jill Savage, No More Perfect Marriages: Experience the Freedom of Being Real Together
Numerous studies confirm that happily married people enjoy
better health than those who have never been married, particularly men.
You don't have to be legally married. A long-term, committed relationship
has the same positive effects on your physical health.
S.J. Scott, Mindful Relationship Habits: 25 Practices for Couples to Enhance Intimacy, Nurture Closeness, and Grow a Deeper Connection
You and I... We're meant to be. We've worked, and danced, and played.
We've grown together. You are my best friend. Your dreams are mine, and
mine yours If I could do it over again - I'd do it the same.
The HIS and the HERS Have become OURS
Two - but really one I love you, Forever.
When we let go of what marriage should be and let marriage be what it is,
a chance for marriage to be what it can be.
Anne Wilson Schaef
Count Those Blessings |
Beyond the element of giving, the active character of love becomes
evident in the fact that it always implies certain basic elements,
common to all forms of love. These are care, responsibility, respect
. . .for we are members of his body. For this reason a man will leave his
father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh."
Ephesians 5:30-31 (NIV)
Christians need to identify the thief of their peace, joy and fulfillment, in life
and especially in their most important relationship, marriage.
Tonia Woolever, The Woman God Designed
Instead of basing a relationship on only honesty and trust,
true love is focused more on inspiring your partner to excel in the things
care for them personally, and enjoy the happiness of being in a relationship.
John Franks, Manifesting Love
It's a great reminder to those who walk down the aisle to remember
that God's gifts to mankind are many,
and that the holy state of matrimony is something to be
forever thankful for.
S. Levine, Marriage: God and Marriage