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Sustaining Marriage – The Covenant

By June 7, 2011September 26th, 2020No Comments

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“The covenant sustains the love; not the other way around.”

“Affections come and go. The covenant sustains. We fall in love over and over again.”

“Divorce, never. Murder yes.”

“My wife has been married to five different men. All of them, me.”

“You always marry the wrong person.”

“Duty is the ground in which the flower grows. The solution is not to pull the flower up. The ground of promise is the ground that the flower grows.”

“The renewal of our marriage covenant is testifying about Christ’s covenant with us.”[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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