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[Love’s] flames are a blazing fire, the flame of Jah.—Song of Sol. 8:6.

http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/dt/r1/lp-e/2016/8/3

The expression “the flame of Jah” that is used to describe love speaks volumes. True love is “the flame of Jah” in that Jehovah is the Originator of such love. He created man in his image with the ability to love. (Gen. 1:26, 27) When God presented the first woman, Eve, to the first man, Adam, the words that came out of Adam’s mouth were nothing short of poetic. No doubt Eve felt a closeness to Adam, from whom “she was taken.” (Gen. 2:21-23) Since Jehovah has given humans the capacity for showing love, it is possible for a man and a woman to have unswerving and unfailing love for each other. The love between the opposite sexes has other characteristics besides its potential for being constant and enduring. Some of these are wonderfully portrayed in the Song of Solomon, a story about the love between a young woman from the village of Shunem, or Shulem, and her beloved shepherd. w15 1/15 5:3, 4

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