upon me, because I am black, because. 5I am dark yet lovely, O daughters of Jerusalem, like the tents of Kedar, like the curtains of Solomon. 6Do not stare because I am dark, for the sun has looked.
Curtainsfirst, the hangings and veil in the temple of Solomon (Eze 16:10 then, also, the "fine linen which is the righteousness of saints" (Re 19:8 the white wedding garment provided by Jesus Christ (Isa 61:10; Mt 22:11; 1Co 1:30; Col 1:28; 2:10; Re 7:14). She has been living in the fields, and is browned with the ruddy health of a country life. Genesis 25:13 ; Isaiah 21:17 Kedareens, referred to by Pliny, and remaining in Arabia until the time of the Mohammedans. They entreat him to draw them by the quickening influences of his Spirit. Daughters of Jerusalemprofessors, not the bride, or "the virgins yet not enemies; invited to gospel blessings (So 3:10, 11 so near to Jesus Christ as not to be unlikely to find Him (So 5:8 desirous to seek Him with her (So 6:1; compare So 6:13;.