Oh Unfaithful woman, I shall ask,
In what ways has my love for you been lacking?
In what ways has dishonesty escaped my mouth,
When on that day, I promised to be with you,
Through good & bad, & “Til death do us apart”?
Did I not uphold my word,
To lift you up in truth & in spirit?
I provided for all of your needs,
Lest I ever leave you wanting.
I clothed you in the finest linens the heavens had to offer,
I adorned your ears & neck with the finest Gold & silver.
On your hand I entrusted a diamond ring,
Worth more than the gold it was made of,
It was the symbol of our love & promise.
Through my efforts you became beautiful,
& all the nations acclaimed your beauty & splendor,
On account of how I made you perfect before them.
Yet you did not seek my face,
& hid yourself from me,
I knocked on your door, but you did not open,
Though we were man & wife, you despised me in your heart,
Though my heart I gave, to idols you prostituted yourself like a slave.
Oh Unfaithful woman,
I shall ask & you will instruct me,
Would our marriage not have been great?
Would our bond not have been a treasure,
& The fulfillment of human purpose?
Better than the riches in heaven I could offer,
If you simple accepted my offer,
To be fully devoted to Me your God,
For all of eternity?