Will You Be My Lawfully Wedded Wife

When revising your vows, discuss with your partner what it means to be each other`s legitimately married husband or wife – and how it will change your life. Greetings #13: (Name), on this day, in front of our family and friends, with joy in my heart, I promise you as your (husband/wife) and promise to love you, to enjoy our moments together, for now and forever. Wedding Vows #34: (Name), today I am committed to years of growth and sharing as I encourage you to go in a new direction. I will strive to reach my potential [as God`s creature] and celebrate your progress toward the same goal. I give myself to you as I am and as I will be, and I will do it all my life. “Do you take ____, _____ as your legitimately married wife/husband to love, honor and appreciate?” 10. (Name), with all my heart I accept you as my (husband/wife). I will love you in good times and bad, in joy and sorrow. I promise you my life completely. From that day on, I will be yours as long as we both live.

“Now you won`t feel the rain anymore, because you will be a protection to each other. Now you will not feel cold, because each of you will be warm to the other. Now there is no more loneliness, because each of you will be accompanied by the other. Now you are two bodies, but there is only one life in front of you. Soon you will go to your resting place to enter the days of your unit. May your days be good and long on Earth. “_____, you will take ____ to be your wife/husband; Love him, honor him and cherish him now and forever? Wedding Vows #2: From this day, (name), I promise you these things: I will laugh with you in moments of joy and comfort you in times of sorrow. I will share your dreams and support you in your efforts to achieve your goals. I will listen to you with compassion and understanding and speak to you with encouragement. I will help you when you need it and I will withdraw you if you do not. I will remain faithful to you for better or for worse, in times of illness and health. You are my best friend, and I will always love and respect you.

Wedding Vows #27: (name), come health, happiness and prosperity, I will stand by your side; If illness, hardship or poverty arise, I will stand with you. Take this ring as a sign of my love and commitment. 2. I, (name), you accept (name) as my [opt: legally married] (husband/wife), my constant boyfriend and my love of that day. In the presence of God, our family and friends, I make my solemn vow to be your faithful partner in illness and health, in good times and bad, in joy and sadness. I promise to love you unconditionally, to honor and respect you, to laugh with you and cry with you and to appreciate you as long as we both live vows #5: (Name), today I connect my life to yours as a friend, your lover and your confidant. Let me be the shoulder you lean against, the rock you rest on, the companion of your life. With you, I will follow my path from this day. Talk and listen to each other, trust and appreciate each other; respect and appreciate the uniqueness of the other; and to support, comfort and strengthen each other through the joys and sorrows of life.

We promise to share hopes, thoughts, and dreams as we build our lives together. May our lives always be intertwined, may our love keep us together. We will build a house that is compassionate to all, full of respect and honor for each other and for each other. May our home be filled forever with peace, happiness and love. So what are the legal implications of marriage? Married couples usually file tax returns together, which can face the marriage penalty. Even in situations where a person`s health is at risk, hospitals usually turn to the legal spouse to make decisions about how to proceed with treatment (a will and living will are important to discuss and determine early in the marriage and update if necessary). Plus, you`ll likely be held responsible for the other`s medical bills – because it`s the person signing the patient who often receives the fee. And if you`re married, changes to legal documents often require your spouse`s signature, even if it`s your retirement. Wedding Vows #18: (Name), This is my heart`s greatest desire to be faithful to you and always love you, to try to meet all your needs, to help in every way, to listen to you, to encourage you, to comfort you and to stand by your side, in all the circumstances we may face in the years to come. I will respect you, honor you, and strive to be harmonious in our marriage, with a calm and gentle spirit.

“_____,” do you want this woman/man to be your married wife/husband to live together in the sacred property of marriage according to God`s ordinance? Do you want to love him? Comfort her, honor her and keep her, in sickness and health, and to abandon everyone, just keep for her as long as we both live? Wedding Vows #3: (name), I accept you as my partner; to have and hold from that day. I give you my infinite love and devotion. I promise to be faithful to you, to appreciate you and to share my thoughts, hopes and dreams with you. I can`t wait to spend the rest of my life with you, my best friend. .