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SERMONS & MEDIA ON WEDDINGS

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WEDDINGS SERMON OUTLINES

by M. Jolaine Szymkowiak

The wonder of Christ's first recorded miracle and all that happens that wonderful day of wedding celebration gives a glimpse of what is meant in our relationship with Christ and God the Father. When at a wedding feast with friends and family, upon his mother's request to remedy the situation of not enough wine, Jesus knows and tells that this is not the time to fully reveal who He is (John 2:4)...

by Ken Trivette

Through the years I have heard of some unusual weddings. I read about a couple from Little Rock, Arkansas. Ann Smith and Jim Garner were married atop a telephone pole. They were both telephone linemen. The wedding took place on a gravel road with about 40 people present. The couple, wearing jeans, instead of the customary wedding dress, hitched on climbing gear and ascended to a gaily decorated cross bar where a...

by Jerry Vines

If you should visit an average college campus and just walk around and keep your ears open and listen, it's possible that you might hear a coed say, ''I hooked up last night.'' It is part of a new terminology, unfamiliar to many of us but quite familiar on college campuses and other places. On college campuses young men and women got together and they called...

by Adrian Rogers

Take your Bibles, please and turn to Genesis chapter two, Genesis two and lets begin reading in verse eighteen. Genesis chapter two, verse eighteen. We're talking to you today about marriage. And the miracle of marriage. And today we're going to be studying about the first family and not Ronald and Nancy. We're going to be talking about Adam and Eve. And, how exciting...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

We do not look upon the ceremony of marriage as, in itself, a religious service; it is the entrance into a legal contract, binding upon the parties thus united, altogether apart from their position as believers or unbelievers. It is our conviction, however, that everything that is right should be "sanctified by the Word of God and prayer"; therefore it is seemly that there should be a gathering...

by Roger Thomas

Today, I want to explore the biblical understanding of marriage. Our text from Genesis 2 is where it all begins. It is this passage that is quoted throughout the rest of the Bible to explain why marriage is important and what it is to mean. I want to get to the topic by examining the differences between weddings and marriages. The Bible says a great deal…

by Ernest Easley

All right take your Bible and turn please to Genesis 24. We come this morning to the longest chapter in the book of Genesis. Now if you enjoy a good love story, you're going to like Genesis 24. Now in chapter 23 we read that Sarah gets buried. In chapter 24 we read that Isaac gets married. Wedding Bells are Ringing and we're going to discover that it was God who brought these two love-birds...

by James Merritt

I suppose there is nothing more exciting than a beautiful wedding, at least for the major participants. I have performed weddings where I honestly thought the groom was going to faint before the ceremony even began. (in fact, when I got married I thought I was going to faint before the ceremony even began.) But there is always a sense of excitement in the air, particularly on...

by Jeff Schreve

We are starting a new series tonight, a new series for the next several weeks on marriage, a series I have entitled, "And They Lived Happily Ever After." Yesterday, I did two weddings. I'm not really great at doing weddings. And Larry does a lot more weddings than I do, and he does a really good job at weddings. And I've always been one to kind of prefer a funeral over weddings just because you can just kind of preach. And weddings are a ceremony...

by Stan Coffey

When Jesus wrote to the church at Ephesus in Revelation 2:1-7, he commended the church for their work, their commitment, their doctrinal stability, their intolerance of false teaching, and their endurance under pressure, but in Vs. 4 he said, "Nevertheless, I have somewhat against thee because thou hast left thy first love." Here was a church going through the motions of service to Christ...