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Bible based be my wedding usher poems for you.
As your church wedding is nearing you need some poems to spice up the information you want to share with the church ushers who want to grace your occasion during this time
Feel free to use the following poems that are bible based with your ushers who will grace the occasion or participate in the preparation.
Just enjoy them because they are based in the book of Ecclesiastes which talks more of the love to one another.
As you look forward to this day may the love of God be with you always as you plan for it.
Light is sweet,
and it pleases the eyes to see the sun.
However many years anyone may live,
let them enjoy them all.
But let them remember the days of darkness,
for there will be many.
Everything to come is meaningless.
You who are young, be happy while you are young,
and let your heart give you joy in the days of your youth.
Follow the ways of your heart
and whatever your eyes see,
but know that for all these things
God will bring you into judgment.
So then, banish anxiety from your heart
and cast off the troubles of your body,
for youth and vigor are meaningless
The poem below from the bible shows why we need to show love always to those who care to spare their time to come and help us achieve the dreams that we have in like such as the wedding you will have
More of the be my wedding usher poems
Ship your grain across the sea;
after many days you may receive a return.
Invest in seven ventures, yes, in eight;
you do not know what disaster may come upon the land.
If clouds are full of water,
they pour rain on the earth.
Whether a tree falls to the south or to the north,
in the place where it falls, there it will lie.
Whoever watches the wind will not plant;
whoever looks at the clouds will not reap.
As you do not know the path of the wind,
or how the body is formed in a mother’s womb,
so you cannot understand the work of God,
the Maker of all things.
Sow your seed in the morning,
and at evening let your hands not be idle,
for you do not know which will succeed,
whether this or that,
or whether both will do equally well.