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Beloved Solomon’s Kiss — 4 Comments

  1. Diane, I love how your character Mandy doesn’t just want to read the words to fulfill some annual reading schedule. But instead, she uses them as a passageway to knowing the true nature of Jesus. How He wishes to have an intimate, personal, loving relationship, that brings the “Kiss of Peace” into her life. I pray we all will learn to ask the questions we need to ask in the passages we read in the Word and that they will draw us to Him. Thank you for sharing this beautiful story; looking forward to the book. Blessings!

    • Thank you, Castle, for your insightful comments. I pray everyone who reads Song of Solomon will seek to discover our Beloved Jesus in its holy pages.

  2. Diane, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. I read it on a very personal level because I share the name of the character. I smiled. I felt the warmth you wrote of. And during the part about the proposal, I touched the ring finger of my left hand as if there were a ring on it. That’s something I haven’t done in years, but it was very special to me. Beautiful.

    • Thank you, Mandy, for your heartfelt comments regarding this devotion. Your response is exactly the sentiment I pray the Bride of Beloved Jesus Christ feels as he/she reads this devotion, and my book, The Kiss of Peace: An Intimate Exploration into Song of Solomon (soon to be published). I enjoyed using the name, Mandy, as it represents love, and I thought of you when I wrote this devotion. Shalom, sister.

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