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Song of Solomon 6:3

Song of Solomon 6:3

I [am] my beloved's, and my beloved [is] mine
Expressive of interest in Christ, and union to him, and of her faith therein; which still continued, notwithstanding her unbecoming behavior toward Christ, and her many infirmities, ( Song of Solomon 5:2 Song of Solomon 5:3 ) . Aben Ezra connects the words with the preceding, "my beloved is gone" but though he is, and I am left alone, I know I am his, and he is mine; which throws a beauty upon the words, and declares the excellency and strength of her faith; for herein lies the glory and excellency of faith, to believe in an unseen Christ: though it may be the Shechinah was with her, as the Targum has it; or Christ had now appeared to her, and was found by her, and therefore, like Thomas, says, "my Lord and my God"; he feedeth among the lilies; (See Gill on Song of Solomon 2:16).

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