Two years ago yesterday it was a sunny, beautiful, abnormally warm, nearly perfect day. We went to the Chapel. A bunch of our friends met us there. I wore a pretty dress. Erick put a ring on. And we tied the knot.
I remember it as if it were yesterday. But today, my bouquet is dry, my dress is boxed up, and the guests are gone.
The only thing left from our wedding day is our promise to each other. And more importantly, the promise we made to God.
Marriage is more than an upgraded social contract between two people.
Marriage is a holy contract; a covenant between us and God. It’s a promise to love, honor, and adjust to one another for the rest of our lives.
To our friends who are thinking about marriage, preparing for marriage, or living the adventures of marriage — remember the covenant.
What God has joined together, let no man separate.