Essay On Love In Marriage

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Love in marriage, if it is to achieve its substantial aim should at least be modelled by the example of the Trinitarian love. In this sense, love is a gift from God. The experience of love in marriage thus presents itself as an escapade. It is a very risky adventure. Love is thus quite dynamic and impulses life towards a new and mysterious fullness.
Salvation history demonstrates to us how God has shown us his selfless love. He espouses himself to the Church as a sacrifice. Christ is thus the revealer of the Father’s love in the power of the Holy Spirit. Through the incarnation, Christ has shown us the inner life of the Most Holy Trinity which is a communion of three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Just like the Trinity, the Church
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Like all sacraments, Matrimony draws believers more deeply into the Trinitarian life of God. It was not until the Father sent his Son into the world as man, and the subsequent outpouring of the Holy Spirit, that the full identity of God as a Trinity of Persons was revealed. This Revelation not only allowed humankind to come to a definitive knowledge of God since the mystery of the Trinity is the source of all the other mysteries, the revelation of this mystery sheds light on all the rest. This includes both the mystery that human beings are created in the image and likeness of God and the mystery that is marriage and family…show more content…
For example, the Father is only the Father in relation to the Son and the Holy Spirit. Therefore, just as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are distinctly who they are only in relation to one another, so a man and a woman are distinctly who they are as husband and wife only in relation to one another. At the same time, in a way analogous to the relations among Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, which unites the three persons as one God, the inter-relationship of the husband and wife make them one as a married
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