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Why Do Marriage Fail So Often: Has The European Customs Expired?
A union of love expressed leading to an altar wearing the best; to say the most important words of life. I Do!
By: British News
"LORD JEHOVAH was witness between you, and the wife of your youth that you have been treacherous to her, and she is your companion and the wife of your covenant." - Malachi 2
The 1549 Sarum rite of mediaeval England for an official European marriage is the following: To have, and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness, and in health, to love, and to cherish, till death do us part. ( Thomas Cranmer) According to BBC News Media this vow was taken from the book of Common Prayer of the Archbishop of Canterbury named Thomas Cranmer. The marriage customs in ancient Nub, the land of gold now called Africa, were more family oriented. The man would attend a ceremony at the age of 13, and then the tribe would determine what women would be his wife. The union was used to benefit both tribes; so it was in the bride, and groom's best interest to remain married. The term marriage is dictated by Webster's as a contract between two people authorized by law. It's a business contract with the state, city, or country. According to a report by Branka Vuleta of Legal Jobs The divorce rate in the United States is 2.9 per 1,000. But Arkansas as of 2022 divorce rate is highest among the nation as 10.7 divorces per 1,000 says World Population Review. But experts claim for 2022 there will be 2.5 million weddings.
"Better to stay in the land of the wilderness than to dwell with a contentious, and angry woman." - Proverbs 21:19
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