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There is no point in marriage when you can live together anyway

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There is no point in marriage When you can live together anyway Marriages are formed to have a family even if the one had children before becoming conjoined into a marriage. Some say the child is better off in many ways if the parents are split up, which means two families will then form and a child can have both families to connect with. Christians believe that to have a sexually active relationship you should only be married and sexual intercourse should not at any reason take place until the marriage vows are said and God has then conjoined two into one. Christians value marriage very highly and it is very important to keep to the laws and obey Gods commands and duties of marriage. ...read more.


In the bible it states "In the beginning of the creation God made the male and female. For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be made with his wife and the two shall become one flesh." There is an old joke that says marriage is not a word but a sentence, " Marriage is a great institution, but who wants to live in an institution? For that matter, who would want to take up an institution? The number of Marriages has taken a large decrease since 1971as then there was 22,400 weddings taken place in Wales, by 1991 it dropped to 16,000 and last year only 15,500 marriages took place. ...read more.


But is there any point in actually getting into a huge commitment and may be financial debt and cant afford to get married, just to take up a commitment that you may not be ready for and just to for fill a dream? Many men will do anything to make the one they love the happiest women in the world, but yet again is there any point when you can live together anyway. To make a commitment and remain promises to God are taken very seriously. A marriage is for life, not a day which will make you feel the happiest person in the world, but still have a lot of things on your mind such as debt and commitment. Marriage is about commitment and if there is any thought that the commitment cannot be kept there is no point In marriage. ...read more.

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