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Wedding Prayer

QUESTION: What is a wedding prayer?


The most important part of your wedding day is your marriage ceremony. It is becoming customary for couples to add their own words to the traditional vows taken before a minister or officiate. Along with promises to obey, love and cherish each other, couples are composing a wedding prayer to bless their union. Wedding Prayer – Some Examples

Dear Father in Heaven, As we come before your throne, with our offering of love, we ask you to bless our union of marriage. We pray that you will be the third strand that binds us together and cannot be broken. May You be the guiding light shining on this chosen path of lifelong commitment to each other and You. In Jesus’ Name we pray. Amen

Dear Father in Heaven, All honor and glory be to the one and only living God. In response to Your commands, we come before you to be united as one in our vow of marriage. May your guiding hand be upon our life as we join our hearts, minds, and bodies as one. May our marriage continue to blossom and grow into the plans you have prepared for us. May we focus on Christ as the center of our love. In His Name. Amen.

To the One and Only Living God We praise you and magnify You through the love you have given us for each other. May your Holy Love flow through us and become an inheritance for our children and children’s children. We ask you to sanctify us and keep us centered upon Your desires. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Our Father, We beseech You, Oh Lord, to be our strength and refreshment for the journey we are beginning through this marriage. As we travel down the road, may we never veer to the left nor to the right. May we rejoice in the good times and thank you in the times of trials, as we know they are for our maturity and growth. Thank you, Lord. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

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