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The Meaning How often have we heard those classic words from the silver screen or at a church wedding! At its most basic, “To Have and To Hold” refers to the physical embrace of husband and wife. “To have” is to receive without reservation the…
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The word ‘vocation’ comes from the Latin ‘vocare’ which means ‘to call’. Our primary vocation, the one we…
Divorce creates a problem for us, a cognitive dissonance: Love is not permanent, vast, unrelenting, faithful. Redefining the ideals we have for marriage however, leads to more divorce and pain, not less.
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When a marriage breaks down, the trauma effects the spouses, their children, their extended family, their workplace, the wider community. When human failings in love are so painful, it can set up generations of disadvantage and makes it harder to trust in God’s love.
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“I have come in order that you might have life—life in all its fullness.”
– John 10:10