This past weekend I was in the beautiful area of San Luis Obispo — particularly Avila Beach — for my cousin’s wedding (shoutout to #teamGrillo). I mean it was absolutely gorgeous, the venue was outside on a luscious golf course meadow adjacent to the beach, with a large pound created by the inflow of the sea water separating the two. Not to mention the sun-kissed weather in the afternoon and the light brisk breeze in the evening with a lovely high of 72℉. As my cousin walked down the aisle to meet the love of her life, it seemed as if time itself was in attendance, attentively watching the moment gracefully take the spotlight. The powerful moment I want to rest in for this Musing is the exchanging of the vows. The wedding vows are the most ancient when it comes to a traditional marriage ceremony. It is the public declaration that you are making the deepest, longest and most important covenant that can be made between a man and a woman.
Now before all the single people close this tab, let me say this is not a post about the one you may never find (nevertheless keep hope alive). This article is about the most fulfilling, satisficing, truthful, intimate, respectful, passionate, affectionate, secure, consistent and nurturing relationship one could even fathom of having. A relationship with Love Himself (1 Jhn 4:8)Read More