Gilbor Demabildo Camporazo, Jr., our youngest son, who has served a 2-year mission in Butuan Philippines Mission and Ma. Carissa Padios Trenuela, both of them are worthy members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints have made a vow between themselves to live together as husband and wife in a temple marriage solemnized inside the Cebu Philippines Temple recently.
They entered into a covenant of an eternal marriage which is performed by a higher priesthood holder who has the authority and power from God.
Now they're one family. They've been blessed to build their own eternal family out of their eternal marriage - the new and everlasting covenant of marriage.
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It is also stated that "Eternal marriage is part of God's plan and it is only between a man and woman."
Temple marriage is forever. Being married in a temple means being together for all time and all eternity and having an eternal family.
Thus, the proclamation further says, "The divine plan of happiness enables family relationships to be perpetuated beyond the grave. Sacred ordinances and covenants available in holy temples make it possible for individuals to return to the presence of God and for families to be united eternally".
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Temple first counselor Gomez Sialdy officiated the nuptial rites of Gilbor and Carissa in a solemn and reverent sealing room of the temple.
Now Gilbor Junior and Ma. Carissa were now one. They're both husband and wife. And they've to abide with the everlasting covenant of the Priesthood, which is temple marriage.
Witnessed to their marriage were 13 persons including their parents, Gilbor Camporazo and Rebecca Demabildo Camporazo for Gilbor Junior, and Ronie Trenuela for Ma. Carissa and Jenny Cahilig as proxy mother, and the others.