"Is consistent when romance is not."
Contrastingly, secular relationship wisdom seeks to etch God out of the very relationship He designed. This creates a problem because it promotes a culture that wants the fire, desire and sex outside of the context of marriage. But when the passion flickers, the young couple show readers how to keep the flame going, “On the one hand you have the passion that’s supposed to be there in marriage, and yet it’s not simply passion it’s something that’s deep rooted in something that’s long lasting….committed love based on choice not just feelings," Duguid shares. "The Song of Solomon puts passion in a deeply committed context. One man, one woman for a life time.”