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Even the little foxes; heresies and heretics are to be nipped in the bud, before they increase to more ungodliness; otherwise errors, which may seem small at first, soon grow larger and spread themselves, and become fatal to the churches: that spoil the vines; as foxes do, by gnawing the branches, biting the bark, making bare the roots, devouring the ripe grapes, and infecting all with their noxious teeth and vicious breath (x): so false teachers make divisions and schisms in churches; disturb their peace; unsettle some, and subvert others; sap the foundation of religion, and corrupt the word of God; and therefore by all means to be taken, and the sooner the better; for our vines have tender grapes: or "flowers"; See Gill on Sol 2:13.
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The following are the remarks of Delitzsch on the subject: "This is a vine dresser's ditty, in accord with Shulamith's experience as the keeper of a vineyard, which, in a figure, aims at her love relation.
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These he commands to take the foxes, to restrain them from doing this mischief; — The disturbers of the vineyard, or the church, namely, seducers or false teachers; — This he adds for more abundant caution, to teach the church to prevent errors and heresies in the beginnings; — Which foxes do many ways, by gnawing and breaking the little branches and leaves, by digging holes in the vineyards, and so spoiling the roots; — Which are easily spoiled, if great care be not used to prevent it.2:14-17 The church is Christ's dove; she returns to him, as her Noah.