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What are the Little Foxes?


Brothers and Sisters . . .

SHIR haSHIRIM (SONG OF SONGS) 2:15:

"CATCH THE FOXES FOR US, THE LITTLE FOXES THAT SPOIL THE VINES, AND OUR VINES ARE ALL BLOSSOM".


WHAT ARE THE LITTLE FOXES THAT SPOIL THE VINES, IN THIS ANCIENT AND EXOTIC POEM?


( YOU SHOULD READ ALL OF THE SONG OF SONGS . . . IT IS AMAZING.!! )


The Song of Songs is just about the most evocative manuscript ever written. It tells of the sensual passion and full allowable lust of desire taken to the heights of human and divine pleasure. It speaks of married love with a husband and wife, a designed agreement (covenant), privately accepted with and between two of the most exquisite examples of humanity and divinity, who have fallen into this sumptuously pleasurable love and adoration of the gift of their senses. This is then indulged to the depth and heights of love-exploration hardly experienced on this earth (arets). The conversation in this poem describes the desperate desires of a full-on passionate and "not wanting to be apart" love affair. This poem talks of each of their body parts with such sexual energy that the mind finds itself overwhelmed with abounding love and desire, which of course is channelled to Yahusha. The poem explains the story of Yahusha coming for His Bride which He literally does with each and every one of us. We experience His passionate, exhilarating and overwhelming love that flood our senses and intoxicate our disposition to want to please Him through Turah-Obedience.


IF YOU HAVE NOT EXPERIENCED THIS LOVE IT IS A REAL PITY. The Bride was warned through the chapters and in chapter 2:7 "I have put you under oath, daughters of Yerushalayim, by the gazells or by the does of the field, Do not stir up or awaken love until it pleases. (This means we must be bearing the fruits of righteousness to please our lover).


The foxes are really the golden jackal which was a smaller animal. This fox could find any hole in the wall around the vineyard and spoil the fruit of the harvest and this is why we have to protect our behaviour (the fruits from the foxes, who are so sly and cleaver to achieve their goals.)


In the poem you will notice that the bride could not find her lover and was frantic, she was asking everyone had they seen him. She had broken their covenant and was suffering because He was gone. Her problem was the foxes were destroying the fruit.


THE FOXES ARE THE WORKS OF THE FLESH - EVER ANNOYING THE BRIDE.

"9And the works of the flesh are well-known, which are: adultery, whoring, uncleanness, indecency, idolatry, drug sorcery, hatred, quarrels, jealousies, fits of rage, selfish ambitions, dissensions, factions, envy, murders, drunkenness, wild parties, and the like – of which I forewarn you, even as I also said before, that those who practice such as these shall not inherit the reign of Yahuah".


ANY OF THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOUR RUINS THE FRUITS (OF RIGHTEOUSNESS) AND SEPARATES US FROM OUR BRIDEGROOM AND LOVING PRINCE. You see how precious the love of Yahusha is to us? We are the ones who spoil that love and cut ourselves off from this most wonderful experience on earth.


IT ALL POINTS TO US BEHAVING THE FRUITS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS.


By Chris Hilton . . .





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