It’s still good to see that some married couples are keeping their promise (covenant) to each other.
Hebrews 13:4 “Marriage is honorable among all, and the bed undefiled; but fornicators and adulterers God will judge.”
Last week I read two articles about a married couple that have been together for 80 years. Whenever I see pictures or read of articles like the one shown in the Huffington Post or on foxnews.com, the words, “marriage is honorable among all ,” comes to my mind. It’s not that I have many wonderful examples of marriages to look at, but I do believe that they can work especially when God is kept first. The more I see this the more I agree, it is still honorable (highly respectable, upright, noble, distinguished, worthy of honor) among ALL.
There’s no greater love than the one we can express to others when we have God’s Spirit living in us. When we live through the guidance of God’s Spirit we are able to love God’s way — unconditionally. Sometimes, loving certain people (you know who they are in your life) may be hard but the best part about it is that we’ll be glorifying God by doing so. Plus, we have the chance to bear the fruit of love (fruits of the Holy Spirit love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, meekness) in our life and in the life of other people.
This movie, which is available on itbn.org (for free), is about…healing and forgiveness, and of course love within a marriage. It was released in 2009 and the director is Brad J. Silverman. Lead actors include Anthony Tyler Quinn and Danielle Bisutti. Romance, drama, forgiveness and reconciliation are a few themes within the movie. Here is the official movie page for No Greater Love.