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Weddings are often the happiest day of a couple?s life. At least for the bride it is. It?s all about her. The bride has the chance to get all dolled up, be waited on hand and foot, then walk down the aisle looking like the beautiful princess that her daddy always told her she was. Now the bride being the main focus of attention is no problem to me at all. It?s when we leave the wedding and go into marriage still thinking ?It?s still all about ...
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Til Death Do Us Part

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Overview

Weddings are often the happiest day of a couple’s life. At least for the bride it is. It’s all about her. The bride has the chance to get all dolled up, be waited on hand and foot, then walk down the aisle looking like the beautiful princess that her daddy always told her she was. Now the bride being the main focus of attention is no problem to me at all. It’s when we leave the wedding and go into marriage still thinking “It’s still all about me.”

In wedding vows we promise to stay together “Til death do us part” but as for a relationship with God, until death, we are apart. Sin separates us from God. I’ve finally learned that to live in Christ we must die to ourselves. In marriage, we must die to many of our own desires and live for our spouses. When we live for God, He will show us how to live for our spouses. When we live selfishly we will always be craving for more but when we live selflessly, God will see to it that our needs are always supplied and our desires are satisfied. God will always see to it that you reap what you sow.

In sharing some of my own experiences and what I’ve learned, I pray that I can sow seeds of hope into the lives of others. This book is to show my journey towards building a relationship with God. As you will see, I too have lived in sin. We were all born into sin. Fortunately, God gives us free will to choose to continue living in sin or die to sin and receive new life in Him.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014063715
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 5/31/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 152
  • File size: 433 KB

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