Grant that I and my spouse may have a true
and understanding love for each other.
Grant that we may both
be filled with faith and trust.
Give us the grace to live
with each other in peace and harmony.
May we always bear with one another's weaknesses
and grow from each other's strengths.
help us to forgive one another's failings
and grant us patience, kindness, cheerfulness
and the spirit of placing the well-being
of one another ahead of self.
May the love that brought us together
grow and mature with each passing year.
Bring us both ever closer to You
through our love for each other.
Let our love grow to perfection.
Joy can come out of sadness, and getting married a second time can be a beautiful thing. IF your first marriage ended for all the right reasons.
By that I mean, that you had biblical grounds for divorce, such as adultery, or domestic violence, or you were married to someone who was not a Christian ( an unbeliever ) and they wanted out of the marriage. When these are the conditions for your divorce then you are free to re-marry in God's eyes.
It is a known fact that when people get married when they are too young, or they have not known each other long enough, many times the first marriage does not survive. And this is because when people marry when they are barely out of high school, or in their early twenties, they really do not know who they are yet, or what they really want in life.
They have not fully matured into adults with a completed personality until age 25. So that a few years into the marriage, one or both of the individuals begin to change. One continues to mature and grow while the other may be left behind. Or, they realize that they married too young and really did not get to experience life as a single adult.