The Song of Songs begins with “let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth.” Most of us can remember the longing we had to be kissed by the one with whom we were falling in love — Oh! That we would desire intimacy with the Lord like that. And truly, we should — for nothing compares to His touch. Now the Song turns from an analogy of physical intimacy to an analogy of wine! Why do you think the love of Jesus is said to be better than wine? Think about the accusation made against the disciples at Pentecost. What do you think wine represents in Scripture? What effects does it have? Have you ever felt overwhelmed by His love? If so, share your stories. I know The Song of Songs is challenging. I’m praying for some brave women to take a risk and explore and share their hearts.