Thursday, June 25, 2009

THE SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE



In some communities many couples live together without getting married. When a person becomes a Christian he will want to legalize his marriage. In this way, he has a better testimony in the community, he gives protection of the laws of the land to his family, and he honors Christ.

G
od's Word is very strong against any kind of sexual relation outside
of marriage. He strictly prohibits any flirtation or illicit love affair by either marriage partner with another person. One of the great blessings of a Christian home is the fact that husband and wife can trust each other when they know that each is faithful to the other in thought, word, and deed. As they serve the Lord together, it becomes a "little bit of heaven," free from the deception, suspicion, jealousy, and unfaithfulness that wreck so many homes.


7 comments:

Monchichong said...

Matrinomy is not only a sacrament. It is a gift from God!

Odeng said...

Uyyy may pnatatamaan ka. Hige promise di na ako manyinyiks, paminsan-minsan na lang!

Bay Martin said...

@ Monching,

I agree with you, 101%

Bay Martin said...

@ Odeng,

You clean up your act now, man!

Bobby said...

I agree with Monchingchong. It's not only a blessed gift from God, but also a grace from the Holy Spirit.

Anonymous said...

There is always peace in a blessed marriage.

Jose said...

Can't post a comment on this entry... alam mo naman ako ay nag-iisa pa rin!!!