Wedding Vows: “True Love Endures”

 

Slipping ring on bride's finger

Submitted by Tracey in Kentucky: “I wrote our wedding vows early in our “engaged to be engaged” days, almost two years ago. They’ve gone through many revisions since then, just like our relationship. Here is the final (or latest) incarnation”:

My beloved,
romance may fade, but true love endures.
I choose to truly love you,
with kindness, faithfulness, and respect,
through every circumstance that life may bring.

Because you are the treasure of my heart,
it will be my joy to support, encourage, comfort, and defend you
as we together face the coming days of sorrow and joy,
sickness and health, poverty and wealth.

When I have been wronged, I will forgive.
When I do wrong, I will confess with contrition.
When conflict dims our days,
I will exercise the patience of true love
and seek the light of wise counsel.

Most of all, I will rejoice and thank the Lord
for completing me with the gift of you.
And through His infinite grace,
I know that no matter what may come,
I will remain by your side with enduring devotion and fidelity
for as long as He allows us to share this earthly life.

This is my solemn vow because,
in you, I have found the one my soul loves.
May the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit guide us
and bless us each day from this moment forward.

My beloved,
romance may fade, but true love endures.
I choose to truly love you,
with kindness, faithfulness, and respect,
through every circumstance that life may bring.

Because you are the treasure of my heart,
it will be my joy to support, encourage, comfort, and defend you
as we together face the coming days of sorrow and joy,
sickness and health, poverty and wealth.

When I have been wronged, I will forgive.
When I do wrong, I will confess with contrition.
When conflict dims our days,
I will exercise the patience of true love
and seek the light of wise counsel.

Most of all, I will rejoice and thank the Lord
for completing me with the gift of you.
And through His infinite grace,
I know that no matter what may come,
I will remain by your side with enduring devotion and fidelity
for as long as He allows us to share this earthly life.

This is my solemn vow because,
in you, I have found the one my soul loves.
May the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit guide us
and bless us each day from this moment forward.

Submitted by Tracey & Tim, Kentucky

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This blog is kept spam free by WP-SpamFree.