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What if I say "no" to a marriage license?

I personally came to the conclusion I'm not interested whether or not the State Corporation "recognizes" my marriage relationship or not.  I am interested in the Most High God recognizing my marriage; very interested in fact.  I want His approval.  I want His blessing and authority over it.  I am interested in following His way of doing things.  I want to fully give my marriage to Him, with no agreement with any other man or institution such as the State Corporation government.  I don't care about any of the "supposed benefits" the State seems to offer with the "voluntary" marriage license because I know my God; the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob will bless me and my family far...

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Where Did Marriage Originate?

I began to inquire of the LORD, more and more regarding this thing called, "marriage."  Where did marriage originate?  It seemed important to go back to the beginning of this idea seeking understanding for the original intent of matrimony.The Bible is the book most fitting for learning where marriage originated as this book describes the beginning of all creation.Let’s take a look at Genesis Chapter 2 in the Bible.18 And the LORD God said, "[It is] not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him."21 And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept; and He took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh in...

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Common Law Marriage Legal - in Your City

Did you know that a marriage license is "voluntary" and truly offers no benefits?  Did you know that it actually harms you more than helps you?  If you're reading this, chances are you're looking into getting a marriage license in your city.  Did you know it's never been illegal for a man and woman to be married?You can be married without a marriage license - one man and one woman, and still file your taxes jointly.George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln, didn't have a marriage license.  Why do you?Here's a list of Cities that Common Law Marriage is legal in.  Keep in mind, "legal" and "recognized" are two different ideas.AbileneAkronAlbanyAlbuquerqueAlexandriaAllentownAmarilloAnaheimAnchorageAnn ArborAnnapolisAntiochArlingtonArvadaAthensAtlantaAugustaAuroraAustinBakersfieldBaltimoreBaton RougeBeaumontBellevueBerkeleyBillingsBirminghamBismarckBoiseBostonBoulderBridgeportBroken ArrowBrownsvilleBuffaloBurbankCambridgeCape CoralCarlsbadCarrolltonCarson CityCaryCedar RapidsCentennialChandlerCharlestonCharlestonCharlotteChattanoogaChesapeakeCheyenneChicagoChula VistaCincinnatiClarksvilleClearwaterClevelandCollege StationColorado SpringsColumbiaColumbiaColumbiaColumbusConcordCoral...

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