How Deep are Your Wedding Vows?

Beyond the "I do" uttered every Saturday at many wedding ceremonies, a long lasting impression comes. the "I do" journey is one that begins from the first day two people meet each other, perceive something about the other and begin to love one another. Many people categorise the process from the initial meeting down to dating and courtship as the best period to understand whom your partner is and decide whether or not you will spend the rest of your life with such individual.

Till Forever: The depths of Vows

The practice of making vows or solemn promises to God deliberately was usually in exchange for some good work or miracle expected from God. It was performed in ancient times among the Israelites. Ordinarily a vow consists of a promise to offer a sacrifice, if God would give some assistance in a difficulty; hence, the Hebrew word neder (pluralised as nedarism) means a vow, oath and votive offering.

The origin of vows in scriptures is traced far back into the Old testament where the prophets of old gave vows. One exceptionally popular vow is recorded in Japheth's account


The popular wedding vows said during weddings today are not in the Bible. However, they are based on biblical principles. The Bible defines marriage as the joining of two into one, according to Genesis 2:24 and according to Mark 10:9, a union must be for life. For two people to be joined, there must be love, honour, and submission.

Every marriage vow must acknowledge the fact that every good and perfect gift comes from above just as James 1:17 puts it. Marriage is a good and perfect gift, especially to the one you truly love. This is one necessary

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