Marriage and the Christian Life

I am aware that the subject upon which I have been asked to write is by no means an easy one.

If we marry, does it mean that our loyalty, service and love for our Lord are in danger of being overshadowed by our earthly love?

We would see Jesus; yet the spirit lingers
Round the dear objects it has loved so long.
And earth from earth can scarce unclasp its fingers;
Our love to thee scarce makes this love less strong.

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Author: Lilian Adams

Keywords: Marriage, Married life, Marrying, Marry, Adam's rib, Celibacy, Celibate, Unmarried, Dating, Living together, Shacking up, Premarital sex, Sex, Raising children, Raising kids, Family life, Husband wife, better not to marry, remaining single, Christian marriage, singleness, singlehood, celibate, celibacy

Bible reference(s): Gen. 1:28, Gen. 2:18, Gen. 2:24, Matthew 19:10, Mat 19:12, Mar 10:8, 1 Cor 7, Ephesians 5:31, 1 Thessalonians 4:4, 1 Timothy 4:3, 1 Timothy 3:12, 1Ti 5:11, 1Ti 5:14

Source: “Marriage and the Christian Life,” The Testimony, Vol. 17, No. 204, December 1947, pp. 418-20.

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