“We will make thee borders of gold, with studs of silver.”—Song of Solomon 1:11

My soul, ponder over these words. What borders of gold shall be made for the believer, but the robe of Jesus’s righteousness? And what silver, but the garment of his salvation? If thou art clothed with this, my soul, thou wilt shine indeed with more lustre than all the embroidery of gold and precious stones, which perish with using. But mark, my soul, who it is that makes them, and who puts them on thee—surely none but God. And observe how all the persons of the Godhead are engaged in this work. “We will make thee,” is the language. Yes, Jehovah, Elohim, who said, “Let us make man,” at the original creation; the same now saith, at the new creation, “We will make thee borders of gold, with studs of silver.” And is it not the hand of God the Father in this blessed, gracious act, in the gift of his Son to the poor sinner? Is it not Jesus who hath wrought out a robe of salvation for the poor sinner? And is it not the Holy Ghost who puts on the blessed adorning upon the poor sinner, in taking of the things of Jesus, and shewing unto him? Oh precious testimony of a precious God in Christ! Be it unto me, Lord, according to thy word. Let me be thus clothed and adorned, and I shall be happy now, and happy to all eternity.


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