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A beautiful wedding, marriage, or anniversary gift, as lovely calligraphy art joins with a wonderful marriage poem, explaining that a covenant marriage is what God intended marriage to be. Sacred and holy, with faithfulness and devotion.
This touching marriage gift reads that, when God is included and invited into the bond of marriage, strength, love, peace and the ability to overcome all things together with Christ will be apparent. That, “It is a lifetime commitment and a choice … what God intended for marriage to be ... lasting and blessed.”
We invite you to bless your own marriage, or a couple you love, with our “A Covenant Marriage,” and we’ll be honored to personalize this for you for no additional charge.
This beautiful artwork is available in the 2 designs shown:
Copper Gold Frame, Cream and Gold Matting
Burgundy Frame, Green and Burgundy Matting
Just choose design below.
This beautiful Christian Art is available in two sizes:
11" x 14"-75.00
14" x 18"-90.00
Just choose size in the box below.
Price includes all packaging, handling, shipping-and personalization!
We will be glad to personalize this artwork for you at absolutely no additional charge! This means that the name and/or a date of your choosing will be hand-lettered on the matting of the artwork. Please provide only the name(s) and date information in the box below.
The scripture/text for "A Covenant Marriage" is:
Starts out with a promise and desire
to uphold its sacred union
of commitment to God and each other;
a bond of holy communion.
It's a proclamation to all
that marriage is a threefold cord:
Not easily broken, but strengthened by each other
and ... Christ the Lord.
It is full of faithfulness and devotion
no matter the situation;
a commitment of the will
to avoid unholy temptation.
It shows compassion with love and care
through today and all tomorrows;
side by side ... hand in hand
through good times and through sorrows.
It is a lifetime commitment
and a choice to serve and acquire
what God intended for marriage to be ...
lasting and blessed ... by a promise and the desire.”