On this "Wedding Wednesday", we highlight Mr. and Mrs. Darrius Walker. Their wedding was a sacred ceremony that displayed the true chemistry that they have within each other. Being there to witness this blessed union was a pleasure, they show that they are invested in each other's love and we wish them endless years of joy and bliss. To add to our highlight our topic for today deals with
"I do and I give "*scroll below*
Most often people forget the " I Do" in marriage after the vow is stated. They anticipate the "wedding day" that they have made all of the necessary arrangements for. The details and arrangements of most of the weddings in question are very costly and sometimes sacrifice have to be made to make sure this day can be as perfect as possible for the couple. The wedding can range from a intimate setting to the most extravagant details and features. However, the question that plagues many through out the ages is, what details do couples ensure for a long lasting marriage? Is the focus more on the event than the part about becoming one and spending the rest of your life with someone? Those are a few questions that many married people should ask themselves in a self inventory. When do you sacrifice "I do" for " I give", meaning , I have pledged my love to you before God and all of these witnesses and now I give you my love, my life and I sacrifice to my spouse my everything by surrendering and putting aside my own selfish needs. If we were to poll a third of the married couples that we have encountered to date, I wonder how many can say they have sacrificed and surrendered 100% to their spouse. Marriage is hard work and sacrifice, married individuals have to die to their own selfish fleshly desires daily to put their spouse first. Besides, this is the person that You have told God that you wanted to join together with as one flesh to commit to for life. With that being said, is your marriage built on solid rock or drifting clay?