Love is an actual need, an urgent requirement of the heart," he read aloud from an old essay on marriage that he found in his files.

By Jan Karon

Nothing brings more joy than a good marriage, and nothing brings more misery than a bad marriage.

By Billy Graham

A marriage based only on physical attraction or romantic emotions is almost certainly doomed to failure right from the start.

By Billy Graham

Marriage is God’s invention, not ours! Society didn’t establish it; God did.

By Billy Graham

A good marriage is not “made in heaven,” but on earth. Love is a fragile commodity which needs to be cultivated and nourished constantly.

By Billy Graham

While God’s will is that every marriage will endure, man’s sin has poisoned many relationships.

By Billy Graham

[God] can help you begin to rebuild your marriage and your life if you will let Him rule in your life.

By Billy Graham

The only really sound marriages are those based on mutual respect.

By Billy Graham

Marriage is not a reform school . . .Instead of you reforming [your spouse], [he or she] will instead influence you.

By Billy Graham

Gardens don’t grow by themselves; they need to be tended and cultivated and weeded. The same is true of a marriage.

By Billy Graham

A loving God ordained monogamous marriage and the sanctity of what we call the traditional family.

By Billy Graham

The perfect marriage is a uniting of three persons—a man and a woman and God. That is what makes marriage holy.

By Billy Graham

My wife often said that “a good marriage consists of two good forgivers.

By Billy Graham

Too many husbands and wives enter into marriage with the idea that their spouse exists for one purpose: to make them happy.

By Billy Graham

Intoxicating affections mimic marriage. They don’t last!

By DeBorrah K. Ogans