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2. The answer of the Beloved 5:1
S.S. 5 :1 5:1 I have come into my agarden, my 1sister, my bride;
I have gathered my bmyrrh with my spice;
I have eaten my honeycomb with my choney;
I have drunk my wine with my milk.
Eat, O 2friends;
Drink, and drink deeply, O beloved ones!
IV. Called more strongly to live within the veil through the cross after resurrection 5:2—6:13
A. The stronger call of the cross after resurrection and her failure 5:2—6:3
1. The Beloved's calling 5:2
S.S. 5 :2 5:2 I 1sleep, but my heart is awake.
A sound! My beloved is aknocking.
2Open to me, my sister, my love,
My bdove, my perfect one;
For my head is drenched with dew,
My locks with the cdrops of night.
2. Her refusal 5:3
S.S. 5 :3 5:3 I have 1put off my garment;
How can I put it on again?
I have 1washed my feet;
How can I dirty them again?
3. Her opening of the door 5:4-5
S.S. 5 :4 5:4 My beloved put his 1hand into the opening of the door,
And my inner parts yearned for him.
S.S. 5 :5 5:5 I rose up to 1open to my beloved;
And my hands dripped with amyrrh,
My fingers with liquid myrrh,
Upon the handles of the bolt.
4. The Beloved's hiding 5:6
S.S. 5 :6 5:6 I opened to my beloved,
But my beloved had withdrawn; he was gone.
My soul failed when he spoke;
I sought ahim, but found him not;
I called him — he answered me not.
5. Her being wounded 5:7
S.S. 5 :7 5:7 The awatchmen who go about the city found me.
They struck me; they wounded me;
The keepers of the walls took my veil from me.
6. Her seeking help from the common believers 5:8
S.S. 5 :8 5:8 I adjure, O 1adaughters of Jerusalem,
If you find my beloved,
What shall you tell him?
That I am bsick with love.
7. The first question asked of her 5:9
S.S. 5 :9 5:9 What is your beloved more than some other’s beloved,
O you most beautiful among women?
What is your beloved more than some other’s beloved,
That you adjure us so?
8. Her impression of her Beloved 5:10-16
S.S. 5 :10 5:10 My beloved is 1dazzling white yet ruddy,
2Distinguished among ten thousand.
S.S. 5 :11 5:11 His 1head is the finest gold;
His alocks are wavy,
As black as a raven.
S.S. 5 :12 5:12 aHis 1eyes are like doves
Beside the streams of water,
Bathed in milk,
Fitly set.
S.S. 5 :13 5:13 His 1cheeks are like a bed of spices,
Mounds of sweetly fragrant herbs;
His lips are lilies,
Dripping with liquid amyrrh.
S.S. 5 :14 5:14 His 1hands are tubes of gold,
Set with beryl;
His belly is an ivory work,
Overlaid with sapphires.
S.S. 5 :15 5:15 His 1legs are pillars of white marble,
Set upon bases of gold;
His appearance is like Lebanon,
As excellent as the cedars.
S.S. 5 :16 5:16 His amouth is sweetness itself,
And he is altogether desirable.
This is my beloved, and this is my friend,
O bdaughters of Jerusalem.
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