Amor de Casal
9 Better are two, than one,in that they have a good reward for their toil.
10 For, if the one should fall, would raise up his companion,but alas! for him who is alone when he falleth, with no second to raise him up!
11 Moreover, if two lie together, then have they warmth,but how can, one, have warmth?
12 And, though an enemy should prevail against one, two, might make a stand before him,and, a threefold cord, cannot soon be broken.
And Yahweh God said, It is, not good, that the man should remain alone,I will make for him a helper as his counterpart.
Thou hast encouraged me, my sister, bride,thou hast encouraged me, with one of thine eyes, with one ornament of thy neck.
Nevertheless, ye also, do ye, individually, each man be so loving, his own wife, as himself, and, the wife,
And, over all these things, love, which is a uniting-bond of completeness;
So, ought the husbands to be loving their own wives, as their own bodies,he that loveth his own wife, loveth himself,
No one, in fact, ever yet hated, his own flesh, but nourisheth and cherisheth it,even as, the Christ, the assembly,
SHE Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth! THEY For better are thy caresses than wine:
Like the fragrance of thy precious oils, Oil poured out, is thy name, For this cause, virgins love thee.
SHE Set me as a seal, upon thy heart, as a seal upon thine arm, For, mighty as death, is love, Exacting as hades, is jealousy,The flames thereof, are flames of fire, The flash of Yah!
Many waters, cannot quench love, nor shall, floods, overwhelm it,If a man would give all the substance of his house, for love, they would, utterly despise, him. ****
So that, the longer, are they, two, but, one flesh, What, therefore, God, hath yoked together, Let not, a man, put asunder.
When a man taketh a new wife, he shall not go forth to war, neither shall he be charged with any business,free, shall he be for his own house one year, and shall rejoice with his wife whom he hath taken.
HE Lo! thou art beautiful my fair one, lo! thou art beautiful, Thine eyes, doves!
SHE Lo! thou art beautiful, my beloved, Yea delightful! BOTH Yea! our couch, is covered with leaves:
Who hath found a wife, hath found a blessing, and hath obtained favour from Yahweh.
18 Let thy well-spring be blessed,and get thy joy from the wife of thy youth:
19 A loving hind! a graceful doe! let, her bosom, content thee at all times, and, in her love, mayst thou stray evermore.
20 Wherefore, then, shouldst thou stray, my son, with a strange woman? or embrace the bosom of a woman unknown?
4 Love, is patient, is gracious. Love, is not envious, vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up,
5 Acteth not unbecomingly, seeketh not her own things, is not easily provoked, imputeth not that which is base,
6 Rejoiceth not over unrighteousness, but rejoiceth in sympathy with truth,
7 All things, covereth, all things, believeth, all things, hopeth, all things, endureth.
22 And Yahweh God builded the rib which he had taken from the man, into a woman, and brought her in unto the man.
23 And the man said, This, one, now, is bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh! This, one shall be called Woman, for, out of a man, hath this one been taken.
24 For this cause, will a man leave his father and his mother, and cleave unto his wife, and they shall become one flesh.
Now was it not, One, who had, the residue of the spirit? What, then, of that One? He was seeking a godly seed. Therefore should ye take heed to your spirit, and, with the wife of thy youth, do not thou deal treacherously.