There is a place for meeting our own needs, but there is also a critical time for going on with the Lord in maturity. The Bride in the Song of Songs is not a woman wandering in doubt of who she is or what she wants in life. There is a place she has reached sexually and reproductively that speaks of spiritual maturity, and a desperation right from the opening verse that makes her ‘terrible as an army.’ Song 6:10
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What is the connection between the Song of Songs and the return of Christ? The last words of the book of Revelation is spoken by the Bride of Christ, and the SAME expression is found in the last words of a Bride in the Song of Songs! Coincidence?
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“Kiss” in the original seems to have its meaning in the sense of an attachment or a fastening up; even with a military connotation. I guess when you are in a war, and we surely are, you don’t want to become detached from Him. In such a case the wine might get spilled. ~Jay Ferris
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