The Spirituality is in the Ceremony The ceremony of the wedding ceremony is a spiritual one.
It is a time of the family, a celebration of the relationship between husband and wife, a day of celebration of a marriage.
It’s an important occasion for everyone.
But it’s also a time to celebrate something else.
When you look back at the ceremony of a wedding ceremony you’ll find the most significant moment is the celebration of this relationship.
The ceremony also marks the birth of a new life.
It signifies the birthright of a family.
A new life is a birthright that we owe to God.
So, if you can celebrate a moment in your life in a way that celebrates your relationship to God and to each other, it’s a great moment.
The wedding ceremony celebrates the importance of the love and respect that we have for each other.
But sometimes it also brings about the need for us to grow.
It brings about our need to grow as human beings.
And, that’s when we can say, “This is not a ceremony for me.
This is for God.”
In our marriages, this is not only about our love for each another.
It also is about our respect for God, our need for the grace of God, and our desire to be a family of one.
This was the point that we were making at the time of our wedding.
It was also the point at which we realized that this was the moment to celebrate this relationship, this love, and this respect.
We wanted to be in the same place, and it was the place that we chose.
And we did that.
This morning, we’re doing it again.
I’m here to say to you that the ceremony today is not about the ceremony.
The purpose of the ceremony is to celebrate the marriage.
But I want to point out that in my opinion, the ceremony was not the most important thing in the ceremony that we did.
The reason for that is that the wedding is not an expression of love.
The celebration of love is the expression of the God that we are in relationship to.
So the ceremony itself is not the thing that brings us together.
The thing that is important is what is happening on the day of the marriage ceremony.
And that is to say, the bride and groom stand in front of each other and pray together and sing together.
That is the purpose of marriage ceremony today.
The groom and bride, the couple, stand in the center of the church, and each of them says a prayer.
And then they put on a crown, and they go through the motions.
The couple kneels on the floor, they stand, they sit, they hold hands, and the couple says their vows.
And they kiss.
The bride and the groom then take their places in the middle of the congregation and say a prayer of thanksgiving.
And the couple then says their own prayers.
And finally, the man and woman say their vows to each another, and then the groom and the bride then take the bride to the front of the choir, where they say their final vows.
The music continues.
The husband and the wife take their place at the center, and all of them are singing.
The wife sings.
The man sings.
And so, we are here today, standing here in the Church of the Nativity, singing the traditional Nativity song.
We stand in our wedding ceremony.
We hold hands.
We sing together as one people.
We say our vows together.
We bow our heads together, as one families, as a family, as God’s people, as He created us, as children of God.
And God, who is the head of all, has called us together, and we bow our head together in thanksgiving, and He has blessed us and made us stronger, and blessed us in this moment.
And this is what we are celebrating.
And in this, our marriage, the God-given and the free gift of love, the marriage, is something that we can be proud of.
It belongs to the God of the Bible.
It belonged to the Apostles.
It has been given to us by God Himself.
It needs to be honored, it needs to celebrate, it deserves to be celebrated.
And to celebrate it in this way, as well as to bless it and bless our relationship to each one of us, we have to recognize the gift of marriage.
And when we are able to celebrate marriage and celebrate it for the love that God has bestowed on us, then we have our relationship, as Christians, to be strong, to have faith in God, to love God, as loving families, and to respect each other in this special time of year.
It seems to me that what we celebrate today is a celebration.
I think it’s wonderful, and I hope that you celebrate it. I hope you