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Song of Solomon is About the Relationship of Jesus Christ to His Church - A Quizical Inquiry from Someone Who Denies the Deity of Jesus Christ

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jan 2, 2009 at 01:42

Truly, the Songs are among the most enigmatic of the Scripture references to Yeshua HaMashiach, and the more deeply involved of the relationships a disciple has with Almighty God. It is curious this would pique/peak the interest of someone who does not recognize Jesus Christ as LORD, since for the true believer it speaks through the Holy Spirit to the believers totally into their faith.

In its transliteration, (Song of Solomon 5:16-'desirable'-from the Strong's Condordance-and other sources like Genesius) it reads as 'makhmad,' which, it is suspected, the similarity to similar semtic words may be the actual reason for making the inquiry. Maybe not, but the therein lies the situation. The real reason for the asking the question is transformed into this answer, that Jesus Christ holds His believers in His love, and they return it in willing response and obedience to Him.

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