God said, “it’s not good for a man to be alone.” O how I longed for someone. And there she was, bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh. Who I shall love and cherish. He brought us together. There will be no other. You’re my only one. And we will be as one flesh.
Perfectly in sync in mind, body, soul and spirit. So profoundly intimate, that we would finish each other’s sentences. Knowing how we both think.
Being so alike, like twins. But still different.
Sharing the same fundamental values and profound spiritual insights and affections. Looking to God’s love, according to His word for continuous inspiration.
She complements me and I complement her. We complement each other in an appreciation of both our worth’s . Her weaknesses is my strengths, and her strengths are my weaknesses. The truth of our love reflects God’s glory in its deepest beauty and uniqueness.
Our love for God comes first, while Christ dwells in the center, and our love for each other is so sweet and so tender.
She is my wife. And I, her husband of whom I will spend the rest of my life with. She is the perfect match for me. She was made from my rib. The mother of my child. Who lays it down to rest in its crib.
We both share the inner most deepest mysteries of our hearts. And pray to stay together, and never depart. I will have and hold her for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish, until death do us part. For I will always love her unconditionally, and never want to depart.