I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10).

On any wedding day, as on most festive occasions, there is always the danger of missing the celebration’s true significance. For example, a man named Terrence Brady sort of missed an important point on his wedding day …

The marriage ceremony had ended. Terrence Brady and his bride had just been pronounced “man and wife.” The priest who conducted the ceremony then said, “Terrence, you may now kiss Mrs. Brady.” Whereupon Terrence moved from his bride’s side, went over to the front pew, and kissed his mother.

Lord, in Your love, You have given us this sacred ritual to unite this wonderful couple in holy matrimony.

I urge you to treasure for a lifetime the happy memories now in the process of creation:

… The relatives and friends here present;

… The groom kissing the bride;

… The photographs;

 … The toasts;

… The cutting of the cake;

… The dancing;

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