God made the wedding sites.
But what about that bride?
This question is frequently asked in marriage planning circles and the answer is simple.
God made her.
He made her with Him as her Lord.
That is, He made them the way He had intended them to be made, and He also gave them His authority and His grace.
I will argue for a biblical interpretation of the phrase, “made for her.”
In Genesis 1:1, God says, “For Adam, wife, he made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and every living thing that moves on them.”
(Genesis 1:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.)
This is the way God designed marriage.
Marriage is designed to be perfect and to give the best possible outcomes to both partners.
The bride is not the center of the wedding day.
She is not in the wedding procession, even if she is the centerpiece of the ceremony.
She is not part of the bride’s day celebration.
God made the bride.
God is the God of marriage and He has given His bride authority over everything that is within her sphere of influence.
In other words, God has given the bride authority to decide when to go home, to leave home, when to cook and clean and so forth.
That is why the Bible says that the bride is God’s “wife.”
What does that mean?
The Bible says the bride has authority over her husband.
“God made husband and wife to dwell together forever,” Genesis 1 :4, 5.
“The bridegroom is the Lord, the husband is the husband’s keeper.”
Genesis 2:17, 18.
Therefore, the bridegrooms wife is the Bridegroom.
God has blessed the bride, but the bride still has authority.
It is for this reason that marriage is holy, not just for God, but also for the bride and her husband and her children.
The Bible does not define what is and is not holy in marriage.
However, God does define marriage for His people.
We must understand that marriage cannot be sacred if it does not recognize that the relationship between the spouses is not sacred.
(If we want to define marriage as holy, we must define marriage in a way that recognizes that God’s gift to man is sacred, as well as that marriage was never intended for the purpose of marriage.
In other words: marriage is a gift.
Marriage was never meant to be a marriage between two people.)
There are two types of marriage, according to Scripture: a covenant-based covenant and a covenantless covenant.
A covenant-driven marriage is one in which the husband agrees to support the wife and abide by the duties of the marriage.
This type of marriage is also called a covenant marriage.
(Covenant marriages are also called anointing marriages.)
Covenant-based marriages do not require the wife to live with the husband in the home, and covenantless marriages do require the husband to live and support his wife and the children.
Covenants-based and covenant-less marriages are not two different things.
These two types are meant to have the same significance.
A relationship that is a covenant is the only type of relationship that God has made to man.
For example, the Bible defines marriage as a covenant, “a covenant for a time to come,” 1 Timothy 2:10, 11.
As the Lord has said in the Old Testament, “The Lord God will make you husband and your wife his wife.”
(Deuteronomy 25:15, 16.)
“But I will make them an everlasting covenant with me.”
If we are to live a covenant life, we have to accept that God made us husband and wives.
Our relationship is not a covenant if we cannot accept that relationship.
Let’s look at some examples of covenant- and covenantlessness-based marriage.
First, some examples.
When the Lord made a covenant with Abraham, he said, “I will make your seed after you as my people and as the people of Israel, and your seed will be the nation of my covenant.”
(This passage refers to the Lord’s people, not the Israelites.
The Israelites were the Canaanites who were destroyed by God.)
When God made a commitment with Abraham to provide for the Israelite people, He said, “I will establish my covenant with you, but not with your seed.
You will be my people, but your seed shall be my nation.
Your seed shall come out of your ark, and you shall return to the land of your inheritance.”
(Again, this passage refers specifically to the Israel people, so this is not referring to