Song of the Bride
What is your beloved More than another beloved, That you so [ j ] charge us? His lips are lilies, Dripping liquid myrrh.
Nothing is Black and White
His body is carved ivory Inlaid with sapphires. His countenance is like Lebanon, Excellent as the cedars. This is my beloved, And this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem!
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“Love Song for the Bride” Is Balm for a Wounded Church
Growing up in France during the decadent times of Louis XIV, she was devout at an early age, but was then caught up in the worldliness around her. After an arranged marriage at age fifteen, she became increasingly interested in spiritual things; and, for the rest of her life, she continued to seek God diligently, teach others, and write books on Christian devotion.
These books have become Christian classics. Guyon paid a heavy price for her views and her writings. Throughout her life, she underwent various trials, including persecution and imprisonment for her beliefs. Her commentary on Song of Songs was used to sentence her to prison.