And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.
1 Corinthians 13:13
I, _____, take you, ______, to be my wedded husband. With deepest joy I come into my new life with you. As you have pledged to me your life and love, so I too happily give you my life, and in confidence submit myself to your headship as to the Lord. As is the church in her relationship to Christ, so I will be to you. _____, I will live first unto our God and then unto you, loving you, obeying you, caring for you and ever seeking to please you. God has prepared me for you and so I will ever strengthen, help, comfort, and encourage you. Therefore, throughout life, no matter what may be ahead of us, I pledge to you my life as an obedient and faithful wife.
I take you_______, again, our love will be stronger and better than before and I vow to hold you in my arms each opportunity I get because there is no one or no where I would rather be for the rest of my life than with you again. I know that we have made promises to one another before but this time I will make all of the promises before seem more wonderful and again I will love you now and as you grow into what God intends. I will do all I can to maintain an open line of communication with you and even when it seems or feels that things are not getting better I will continue to trust GOD and believe that all things work together for the good of those who are called according to His purpose knowing this one thing that He who has begun a good work in both of us will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ’s return. I will not forsake you or these vows that we have made,again but rather strive to show you my love for the rest of our lives. This is my promise to you.