This goes out to all of the GENUINELY married folks out there. You don’t get much encouragement these days, as everyone’s focus has been shifted by Antipope Bergoglio and the Antichurch to sodomy and transvestitism. But remember, through the words of St. John Chrysostom, who died in ARSH 407, how much Our Lord loves you and your sacramental marriage, and how great you can be within the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony.
“Tell her that you love her more than your own life, because this present life is nothing, and that your only hope is that the two of you pass through this life in such a way that in the world to come you will be united in perfect love. Say to her, ‘Our time here is brief and fleeting, but if we are pleasing to God, we can exchange this life for the Kingdom to come. Then we will be perfectly one both with Christ and each other, and our pleasure will know no bounds.’
…Remind one another that nothing in life is to be feared, except offending God. If your marriage is like this, it will rival the holiest of monks.”
St. John Chrysostom, ARSH 349-407, speaking to young men on marriage