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  • John T. Polk II 9:47 pm on 2015-09-28 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ceremony, , man and woman, , wedding   

    9-25-2015 Weddings Are Essential 

    A “wedding” is the procedure that, according to God, brings a man and a woman together, “and the two shall become one flesh.” Jesus added, “So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate” (Matthew 19:4-6 NKJV). Jesus Wedding Parable (Matthew 22:1-14) began with: “The kingdom of heaven is like a certain king who arranged a marriage for his son, and sent out his servants to call those who were invited to the wedding; and they were not willing to come” (Matthew 22:2-3 NKJV). A “wedding” is simply a ceremony that recognizes God’s teaching and an admission that God is involved. By living together without a “wedding,” people have only refused to make “faith” a part of their commitment! Why aren’t you married?

    This is Johnny Polk, with “Words of Wisdom” brought to you by the Oneida church of Christ.

  • Richard Mansel 12:52 pm on 2010-06-05 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: allenhurst, , , wedding   

    News in Southeast Georgia 

    Good morning. I have a wedding this morning that includes Unity Sand.  I didn’t even know what that was. They are bringing me something to say at that segment of the service. We will see what happens.

    That will be different as well as performing the ceremony on a stool, since I cannot stand. 🙂

    Our VBS at Allenhurst is coming up June 14-17 and we are excited. Richmond Hill has their VBS on June 6-10 and Hinesville has their VBS on June 25-26.

    The Preacher’s Luncheon will be Monday in Hazlehurst, Georgia and brethren from all over S.E. Georgia will be there. They are an extraordinary blessing. Willie Smith from Cochran will be the speaker and we will enjoy a meal and share news from our congregations.

    We have a Ladies’ Day Out coming next weekend, as well.

    I am speaking at Niceville, Florida during their Wednesday night series later this month.

    God Bless you all. We need to tell you more often, dear readers, how much we appreciate you!

    Pray for our troops and their families.

    • Mike Riley 1:06 pm on 2010-06-05 Permalink | Reply

      Richard, Never had heard of this unity sand ceremony. I’m reminded of the old soap opera years ago where McDonald Carey said at the beginning of the show, “Through the sands of the hourglass go the days of our lives.”

    • Don Ruhl 1:31 pm on 2010-06-05 Permalink | Reply

      Richard, the Unity Sand was new to me also. I just did a wedding with it a couple of weeks ago. Everything went well for me.

      Why are you not able to stand?

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