“Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth – for your love is more delightful than wine.”
Behold, the King of my Soul!
The Beloved has found the Savior but she can only guess at the wonderful radiance of God’s glory. “Here we possess without seeing, whereas there we will see what we possess.” Jane Guiyon.
The Soul is dressed in a rainbow – the sign of God’s eternal Covenant with man. She is wearing a belt of gold edged with the redeeming blood of the Lamb – this is the price paid by Christ so that the Soul may be in God’s presence. White tulips are blooming on a golden field – a hope for a new and righteous life in Christ. The olive branches that decorate the Bride’s dress have no fruit yet; the Soul is just beginning its walk in God.