When The Wind Blows

For where two or three are gathered in My Name, there I am in the midst of them

Matthew 18:20
Matthew 18:15-20

Sermon Topic


When Christians gather together in Jesus’ name at a wedding ceremony, the bride and groom agree to enter into a permanent, enduring, lasting union. During the early, ecstatic, romantic days, it is not difficult for a man and a woman to say that they will love each other “until death do us part.” A young man and woman, soon to be married, were walking along the seashore. It was such a moment of bliss for the young man that, in his excitement, he looked out over the sea and cried out, “Roll mighty ocean, roll!” Whereupon, the starry-eyed young woman looked at him lovingly and said, “Oh you wonderful man, it’s doing it.” When two people are in that kind of blissful state, it’s easy to pledge a lasting union. But as time goes by, and the daily pressures build and close in on them, the blissful episodes seem to grow further and further apart. Actress Joanne Woodward once said that she could not understand…

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