from this/that day forth

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from this/that day forth

Starting on a particular date and continuing into the future. And from this day forth, you'll be husband and wife!
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from that day/time ˈforth

(literary) beginning on that day; from that time: He never saw his mother again from that day forth.
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"This paper, my friend," said Faria, "I may now avow to you, since I have the proof of your fidelity -- this paper is my treasure, of which, from this day forth, one-half belongs to you."
'Be of good heart, dear master,' replied Waska; 'from this day forth you will know nothing but happiness and prosperity.
From this day forth I vow to live more affectionately with my wife.
Let us change to brother and sister from this day forth.'
If I were not determined, from this day forth, to see nothing but the bright side of our prospects, the melancholy absence of any male relative of Laura's, at the most important moment of her life, would make me very gloomy and very distrustful of the future.
From this day forth, our guests traveling to Mexico City and CancE[bar]n will be able to fly with the comfort of Turkish Airlines.
Nothing will stand in our way, prayers being answered as we kneel and pray, so from this day forth, it's our reward, All will prosper to God's mighty sword by Mr Will B Dunne, L36
If we're truly serious about making the UK a safer place for our children to grown up in, why don't we create a special rose (tough enough to tolerate global warming), for every child that is killed by a lawless driver from this day forth? Gutters are meant for rain/flood water, not blood.
"I hope tonight that we can create a beacon of light for others to follow from this day forth."
"From this day forth whenever someone asks about the bench, the story will be retold: the story of love and war; a story of faithfulness of a young girl to education and to her family; the story of faithfulness of a young Marine a to his country and to the country he came to defend; and, most of all, the story of a faithfulness of two people to each other, memorialized for all time, with [this] bench."
Life has changed for me from this day forth. It just won't be the same world without him in it.
He said: "Still coming to terms that his Beautiful Smile will only be a memory (and a happy one) from this day forth, but tears keep falling."
Paying tribute, the victim's great uncle said: "Still coming to terms that his beautiful smile will only be a memory (and a happy one) from this day forth, but tears keep falling."
By the same token, the phrase "no, really, no need, I think I have everything sorted" will not pass my lips from this day forth. It will be replaced (yes, it will) by "yes, thanks - we've a need and any help/victuals/trifles would be massively appreciated".
"Kelly, do you take Donna, to love and to cherish, to honor and comfort, in sickness and in health, in sorrow or in joy, in hardship or ease, to have and to hold from this day forth?"