ROSES OR THORNS?

Song of Solomon 2:1 says, “I am the rose of Sharon.” The reason why I am stirring men up to not take their marriage for granted is that the onslaught of marriage breakdown continues to increase among Christians. You would have to agree with me that this is a disgrace to the testimony of Jesus Christ, our heavenly Bridegroom, who loves marriage and has ordained that “What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder (separate)” (Matthew 19:6).

The bridegroom of Song of Solomon is described as the “Rose of Sharon.” He is the most fragrant in character of all the exotic roses.

The indwelling “Rose of Sharon” lives in us by the power of His Spirit. This should make all the difference between Christian husbands and their marriages and the husbands of the world and their marriages.

Men, if this magnificent “Rose of Sharon” is not being manifested though our masculinity in order to grace and adorn our marriage, we need to pray earnestly that God will help us to remove the blockages.

Roses are surrounded by thorns, which in a sense, speaks of our fleshly nature. However, when our wife sees the beautiful rose and smells the fragrance, the thorns are completely forgotten. Your wife and children need to see more of the rose so that they will be able to forget your thorns (your flesh).

Be encouraged to reveal the “Rose of Sharon” in your marriage relationship. Colin
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