Marriage Covenant


Is there a secret to a successful marriage? Why do some
couples succeed and others fail? Is it all just a matter of

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The principle from which Solomon started, “Two are better
than one,” agrees with the reason that God gave originally for
providing a mate for Adam: “It is not good for the man to be
alone” (Genesis 2:18). Solomon went on to give three examples
that clearly illustrate this principle: when two are together and
one falls, the other can help him up; if two lie down together,
they keep each other warm; if two are attacked, together they
can drive off the attacker. But the last example that Solomon
gives is different: “A cord of three strands is not quickly torn
apart.” In this case, the strength is supplied not merely by two
together, but by three together


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