[ The Shulamite’s Troubled Evening ] [ The Shulamite ] I sleep, but my heart is awake; It is the voice of my beloved! He knocks, saying, “Open for me, my sister, my love, My dove, my perfect one; For my head is covered with dew, My locks with the drops of the night.”
In sleep I think of you like I’m awake it is the voice that calls me in the night of the one I love and my hearts desire
Covered with dew and drops of the night so my beloved calls he knocks saying open for me, my sister,my love,my dove,my perfect one
For his love cherishes and endures
Fill upon me my love make my souls jump and happy fill it with you immense joy and love
Is not your reverence your confidence? And the integrity of your ways your hope?
He says in Job 4:6 is not your respect your trust?
When we trust in God we have hope that we will walk down the right path he lead us down and that he will do as he promises to provide our every need or to lead us and not stray from us as he told us he never would
Then in the rest of Job 4:6 it states…And the integrity of your ways your hope?
When we trust and have hope in God we are given morals that teach us respect and confidence with trust in the Lord that what you expect and desire of him will be your hope
Job 14:7“For there is hope for a tree, If it is cut down, that it will sprout again, And that its tender shoots will not cease.
When you’ve gotten hope in Christ like in Job 14:7 people may tear you down and try to break you but your faith and hope is so strong that the piece that breaks mends itself again and grows a new seed to re sprout up again in the same foundation only with a new addition restoring that hope where you were broken nothing can break the hope of Christ even if roads look dim like they’re not going in the route of the hope you are waiting for eventually that hope will prevail and give you something better than was already there even if you don’t see it right away restoring again our hope in Christ.
Job 19:10He breaks me down on every side, And I am gone; My hope He has uprooted like a tree.
They can uproot our hope like a tree in a storm with force coming from every side where we feel it is our end but our hope and faith keeps us grounded even if we dislodge that we return much stronger than before hope in Christ is stronger than any hope known he will never forsake you or let you down although hope in men and of the world will