Through all these years of married life,
People may wonder how it lasts,
It’s not that easy, I may say
When we rely in our own ways.
Through all the joys, there’s also pain,
Trials may shake our golden dreams
Yet through it all, love still remains
By grace of God, He never fails.
We made our vows before His throne
He’s in our midst, we’re not alone
We’ll stick together through thick or thin
Through midlife changes, we will win!
God made us one, our hearts entwined
No one can break that when grace abounds
Love is patient, and love is kind
No matter how hard these words may sound.
Life is tough and storms may come
Yet after the rain, the sun still shines
When we both heed to God’s commands
He will reveal His awesome plan.
Through all these years of married life
People may wonder why it still lasts
When God is present in our life
Nothing can separate us apart.
“For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” -Romans 8:38-39
***Lovingly dedicated to Jun, my husband of 28 years. Happy Valentine Wedding Anniversary!***
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Dear Gloria, I would like to join both Peggy and Helen in wishing you a very Happy Anniversary. God bless you both. Love you, Sharon
13 Feb 2009
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY...HAPPY WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, Gloria and Jun...May you have 28 more years together--at least....The middle years are sometimes the hardest...Love grows, never diminishes. If it diminishes, then something is wrong. Love can be renewed. It takes two, and it sounds like the two of you are certainly on the right track....God bless you...Helen
Dear Gloria... My very best wishes to you and Jun on this very special day! You are so right - when you focus on God He will guide your marriage, and HIS WILL will be done in your lives. With God in the center of your marriage, it will grow and thrive. God bless you both. Love, Peggy