“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine ...”(Song of Songs 6:3).
From the Old Testament Song of Solomon, the bride speaks, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine …”(Song of Songs 6:3).
“I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine.” This immediately reminds us of the promises that will be made this day in the sight of God and this congregation – those which (Groom) will promise (Bride) and that (Bride) will promise (Groom).
(First Name) and (First Name), In recent days and weeks and months, you have not just been planning a wedding. You have been planning a marriage together for as long as you both shall live. “I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine,” for life.
Let’s talk about the word “beloved.” The meaning is right there. The word “love” is central. Beloved – one who is loved. We are not merely talking about the kind of love that gives an emotional buzz. This refers to long-term love. Love for the long haul. Love for life. “I am…