This chapter begins with Christ's answer to the church's request; in
which he informs her, that he was come into his garden, as she desired,
and gives an account of what he had done there; and kindly invites his
dear friends to feast with him there, \\#So 5:1\\; Then she relates her
case and circumstances, which followed upon this, her sleepy frame, and
ungrateful carriage to her beloved; which he resenting, withdrew from
her, and this gave her sensible pain, \\#So 5:2-6\\; what treatment she met
with from the watchmen; her charge to the daughters of Jerusalem; and
the questions they asked about her beloved, \\#So 5:7-9\\; which put her
upon giving a large description of him, by each of his parts, head,
hair \\#So 5:10-15\\; And the chapter is concluded with a general
commendation of him and his loveliness, and a claim of interest in
\\#So 5:16\\.

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