It is with joy and excitement that I write this letter to confirm my role as the Officiant of your wedding. It is a joyous time and I am honored to be part of your incredibly special day as you become one in front of God and your families. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
Congratulations on your 25th wedding anniversary. What a great accomplishment!
As you know, God made marriage as one of the highest forms of worship and one of the great institutions there is here on earth. He even uses the bride and bride groom as an analogy for His love of the church and for His coming return as well. That alone tells us how special the marriage bond is to Him. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
With this being the first Wedding Anniversary you will spend since the passing of your wife/husband, I want to assure you that we are thinking of you, and praying that God will undergird you with His strength.
I realize that nothing can ever really replace the love in your heart that you feel for your husband/wife that you were married to until his/her passing. Dreams shared, mountains climbed, valleys crossed, and much more was part of that special relationship that you enjoyed. Logged in Members, CLICK HERE to view and/or copy full text!
I know that sometimes it is hard to hold onto faith and trust in God, especially when things have gone wrong in our lives, relationships have fallen apart and we can see and feel nothing apart from the hurting of our hearts.
Your family at [CHURCH NAME] would like to extend our prayers and support to you and your family this Christmas season while your husband is serving in the military. We applaud your strength.
The Bible encourages us to find comfort in our brothers and sisters in Christ and I want you to know that we are here for you. I can only imagine how difficult this can be, especially during the holidays.