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Sunrise on Temple Mount in Jerusalem; Back to Previous Devotion

July 1 - Morning

"Drink water from your own cistern,
running water from your own well.
Should your springs overflow in the streets,
your streams of water in the public squares?
Let them be yours alone,
never to be shared with strangers.
May your fountain be blessed,
and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth.
A loving doe, a graceful deer —
may her breasts satisfy you always,
may you ever be intoxicated with her love.

Why, my son, be intoxicated with another man’s wife?
Why embrace the bosom of a wayward woman?

For your ways are in full view of the Lord,
and he examines all your paths.

The evil deeds of the wicked ensnare them;
the cords of their sins hold them fast.
For lack of discipline they will die,
led astray by their own great folly."

- Proverbs 5:15-23

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  
Intoxicating Sexual Encounters with Your Spouse    

In Proverbs 5 wisdom advises man to enjoy the sexual encounters with his own wife instead of another woman (5:18-19). The fountain image of a woman is also found in Song of Solomon 4:12 and 4:15.

A man’s “wife of your youth” is illustrated as a doe or a graceful deer. This illustration is also similar to Song of Solomon (the man is "like a gazelle or a young stag" in Song of Solomon 2:9; 2:17; 8:14.)

The desire of godly wisdom is for a man to be intoxicated physically by his wife’s breasts and emotionally inebriated by her love.

The Bible clearly explains the chaos and disaster illicit sex produces in mankind, but promises a lifetime of sexual joy and refreshment to a man and his wife.

The springs and streams of water seem to refer to the man’s sexual desires and encounters. Likewise, the cistern is a reference to the man’s wife. The waters from the man’s spring do not belong in the street. Instead, a spring and its spring water are used for refreshing and for refilling a cistern.

A wife’s love will make her husband stagger as if he is intoxicated (5:19), but the husband is told that another woman should never make him intoxicated (5:20). If he does become intoxicated with another woman the man will be led to his destruction (5:23).


  Christian Quote from Church History
“You can safely assume you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.”
― Anne Lamott
Something to Ponder??
Charlemagne (742-814)
• After Pepin the Great the ruler in the west (and king of the Franks) was Pepin the Great’s son, Charlemagne (742-814).
• Charlemagne began to reign in his father’s place in 768.
• Charlemagne was crowned Emperor of the Romans by the Pope in 800.
• Charlemagne continued the policy of protecting the papacy.
• Charlemagne would influence everything in Western Europe, but the area of education was one of the most important and furthest reaching.
• Charlemagne was 7 feet tall. He had a large strong body, a bright face and long white hair.
Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Matay (Hb) – When? (Eng) - The Hebrew word matay is used 43 times in the OT.
is used when a question is asked expecting a specific answer.
Many times matay is used in a rhetorical question to express impatience or suspicion
as in Exodus 10:3 and Numbers 14:27. Eli uses matay rhetorically in 1 Samuel 1:14.

In Psalm 74:10 and Psalm 119:82, 84 the Lord is being asked matay in a
community lamentation or an individual seeking deliverance.


The Double Gate in the southern entrance to the Temple Mount was built by Herod the Great. The Double Gate along with the Triple Gate (located in the same wall setting to the east of the Double Gate) are together called the Huldah Gates in the Mishnah. The Herodian lintel and arch (see here) above the double Gate and the 78 foot passage way leading up to the Temple courts 39 feet above are still visible. People in New Testament times (including Jesus, the disciples, Paul, James, etc.) would have walked through this gate, under the lintel and up the passage way to enter the Temple courts. (more details)

Confession to Action   Facts and Information

I will not be caught in the trap of sexual immorality. I will avoid situations and flee from people who could compromise my commitment to integrity and sexual purity.

  "What is twisted cannot be straightened; what is lacking cannot be counted."
- Ecclesiastes 1:15
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Model of an altar in Shiloh. Barclay's Gate Lintel
Model of an altar in Shiloh. The Lintel stone of Barclay's Gate is still identifiable.
This gate was one of the entrances to the New Testament Temple courts. (More details here.)
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