One often wonders as they approach the union of marriage if this bliss will last forever. With the divorce rate in our society, many are skeptical to enter in the union that should last forever. Marriage is a social union or legal contract between people they call spouse. In our culture, a definition of marriage varies such as a union that is formalized by a wedding ceremony with two persons of the opposite sex. In the twenty first century, several countries have legalized same sex marriages. In some countries, marriage is compulsory before sexual relationship. Some marriages are arranged, some are done due to family obligations, legal establishments of a nuclear family unit, and the legal protection and public declaration of commitment. In spite of national laws, there are some people who have polygamous marriages. Marriage can be recognized by a state, an organization, religious authority, local community, or peers. Civil marriage is the legal concept of marriage as a government irrespective of religious affiliation. Forced marriages are illegal in some jurisdiction. There is no doubt that in many of these cases, careful thought and consideration is placed in this matter, but in the end, divorce has skyrocketed. Divorce is the final termination of a martial union cancelling the legal duties and responsibilities of the marriage. Between 1971 to 2011, several countries have legalized divorce. Divorce laws vary among jurisdictions. In 2009, divorce rate was 9.2 among men, and 9.7 among women; among the reasons given were irrevocable differences, infidelity, and abuse. Marriage can be lasting and there are many couples who could attest to that. We have to be clear on our reasons and motives and see if they are right. In this book, you will see the different ways each individual react to the marriage vow. You will see the fruits of true love. You will also see what lust is about. We will see where communication, compromising, and forgiving is important in any relationship. Most important, we will see if we enter this institution based moral principles as set forth by God, who is the inventor of marriage, we will be able to overcome the obstacles that we will come upon. First Corinthians 13 speaks of love that conquers everything. For those who are married and for those who intend to get married, be sure you are in it, or in the right reason, and that you are entering it for the right reasons.
av Eulice James
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