Big Fat Greek Wedding ~ Divorce

Big Fat Greek Wedding ~ Divorce

Her marriage was a point of inspiration for My Big Fat Greek Wedding, a romantic comedy based on her real-life experience as a Canadian of Greek descent looking for love.

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Godless fairy tales seldom work.  Never confuse religion with following Jesus.

“Woe to the obstinate children,” declares the Lord , “to those who carry out plans that are not mine, forming an alliance, but not by my Spirit, heaping sin upon sin; (Isaiah 30:1)

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A godly marriage, well, has God empowering servant-hood towards one another.  Husband to wife empowered love and wife to husband love empowered.

This power is not by striving for a godly marriage but by surrendering to God’s power that will work and will the love. Trouble is one, or both do not desire to surrender themselves to God for His love in the marriage.

Stupid I know. Selfish?, yep. Outright self-destructive to the concept of marriage – to be sure. Will it miss all the joy and happiness in a marriage? Sure. But when did Truth ever stop anyone from sinning who is determined to live a lie?

The above noted, I testify that there is indeed a power to love others that comes not from man’s ability, but from God who gives His love freely to those who hate their own lives.2The man who loves his life will lose it, while the man who hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life. (John 12:25)

…and who also told us of your love in the Spirit. (Colossians 1:8)

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1Theatrical release poster Directed by Joel Zwick Produced by Gary Goetzman Tom Hanks Rita Wilson Written by Nia Vardalos Starring Nia Vardalos John Corbett Lainie Kazan Michael Constantine Andrea Martin Joey Fatone Music by Alexander Janko Chris Wilson Cinematography Jeffrey Jur Edited by Mia Goldman Production company Gold Circle Films HBO Films MPH Entertainment Playtone Distributed by IFC Films Release date April 19, 2002 (United States) August 16, 2002 (Canada) Running time 95 minutes[1] Country Canada United States Language English Budget $5 million[2] Box office $368.7 million

Article Reference

(dailymail.co.uk)—My Big Fat Greek Wedding’s Nia Vardalos and Ian Gomez said in a statement that their decision to split ‘is completely mutual and amicable,’ and that they’ve ‘been respectfully separated for a lengthy period of time.’ The statement came amid news that 55-year-old actress/writer filed for divorce from actor Gomez, 52, after 25 years of marriage, TMZ reported Tuesday. The couple tied the knot in 1993 and in 2008 adopted their daughter Ilaria Vardalos Gomez, 11. The couple’s full statement read, ‘We’ve been respectfully separated for a lengthy period of time. Our relationship became a friendship so the decision to end the marriage is completely mutual and amicable.