Anders Lim


Blessing of Marriage


Reflect upon on your past
And how time has flown so fast
This is the day you’ll keep in your heart
Even when your souls are two ends apart
God has blessed you today to come
To see how this would turn out to become
Through many times you have succeeded and endured
Through many times you have been injured and cured
Since you first met her to this day
How many joyful times were for display?
Regardless of what time may bring
Always be faithful to our King

So approach the pedestal without any fear
Declare your words of love loud and clear
Run the race of life as one
For a fruitful journey has just begun
After today, be refresh
For you both will join to be one flesh
She is, obviously, your ultimate desire
May your passion burn like a blazing fire
As your love will brew from day to night
May God reveal his magnificent light
Heavens rejoice as your heart will open
For two mighty warriors has just arisen!

Submitted: Thursday, November 08, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011
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  • Rookie - 0 Points Andrew James (11/8/2007 9:22:00 PM)

    beautiful sentiments for such an important occasion. thank you for sharing.

    peace,
    andrew (Report) Reply

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