Every human heart has the Presence of a Divine nature and an inherent free will to give the "gift of self," through purity. Love lives "for" another, a communion of espousal love mutually experienced. A shared surrender of duo souls allowing a participation of God to be the epicenter of their union. This amorously erotic poetry entitled, "The Song of Solomon" with its prominently antiquated signature of King Solomon courageously characterized the mystical union of God with his creation of man and woman.
Tobias and Sarah allowed the manifestation of the magnanimously eminent mystery of God's Spousal Love for his Creation of humanity with their own spousal love. A profession of love to each other as well as for God's Love originating from the eternal depths of their hearts expressed through the enigmatic enchantment of their bodies. Embracing this great mystery of love for each other resigns and gives up the power of evil to etch lust into their hearts.
This "song" portrays quite lovely the relationship between God and the individual soul. The hallowed glory God gives to human love as humanity is redeemed mystically through the Sacred fruit of the womb of Mary where evil simply does not exist. Nature sings this beautiful song of immense Divine Love as it also awaits redemption, for, Tobias and Sarah understand fully the need for full perfection.
Tobias shares with us the truth within his heart when desiring Sarah, for, he says to God, "And now, O Lord, I am not taking this sister of mine because of lust, but with sincerity......Grant that I may find Mercy." Sarah replied with a hallowed, "Amen." (Tobit 8:7-8) RSV This hallowed moment of refining sanctity in which the couple must share in a total consecration of becoming one in flesh sacramentally in a true covenant of sacrificial love.
Through Wisdom their hearts are reformed as the nature of redemption gives new form for their conjugal love as the Creator's original plan. This interior reformation paves the way hidden within the erotic yearning for union as they share in their hearts this divine secret into a greater mystery.