Today and Forever

I Corinthians 11:11
11 Nevertheless neither is the man without the woman, neither the woman without the man, in the Lord.
On television and in movies we often hear the person officiating a marriage ceremony repeat the phrase "until death do you part". Does the relationship between man and wife really only last until one or the other dies? Are we not together as husband and wife in the here-after?

During the Easter season we remember the resurrection of the Savior and the hope it gives for a better here-after. For me, that hope includes being with my beloved companion for all eternity. As it says in Corinthians, "neither is the man without the woman". When the time comes that one of us passes on, that parting is not forever. Instead, it is just a sort time until we can be together forever.


Anonymous said…
OK well if we think about by what the bible says then we need to look understand that we will not be married in Heaven. if you really know your bible then look it up and try next time not to take things out of context.
Anonymous said…
i strongly agree that if two persons really love each other, then our loving Heavenly Father will not let death separate them apart. marriage in Heaven is possible with the proper authorities that have been handed down to those who are worthy to represent God.

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