The bride in Solomon’s Song of Songs is the “most beautiful woman.” Song 1:8 Both her inner moral beauty and outer beauty are matchless. Literally she is the most beautiful woman. … Continue Reading The Brides Matchless Beauty
“I am a rose…” Solomon’s Song of Songs 2:1 Are you like Christ? In what ways are you similar to Jesus Christ? The bride saw a loveliness about herself … Continue Reading I am a reflected rose
Marriage is a beautiful reflection or image of God or the Trinity! Marriage is an illustration of God. If you were to have an idea of God it must … Continue Reading Marriage is a Beautiful Reflection
The king of peace had the most beautiful woman as his bride. Positionally in the coming Messiah she was infinitely beautiful inside and practically in life she was growing in … Continue Reading Beauty
Title of the Love Song is “Solomon’s Song of Songs” 1:1 Solomon’s Song of Songs is a Love Song that stands above all other Love Songs. It will help give … Continue Reading 8:6 A superlative love
“Night after night she looked for the one her heart loved. I looked for him but did not find him.” Solomons Song of Songs She has lost that love and … Continue Reading Lost that love and feeling?
“I am a rose” Solomon’s Song of Songs 2:1 The bride to be in the Love Song is noticing that she has an internal loveliness about herself that is similar … Continue Reading I am a rose
Thinking of his superlative character she compares him and says, 3″Like an apple tree among the trees of the forest is my beloved among the young men. I delight … Continue Reading 2:3-6 Love on Fire!
“Love is strong as death” Solomon’s Song of Songs 8:6 Here at the end of a love Song that stands above all others we learn a character or nature of … Continue Reading True Loves Strength
Doctrine= “Let the Word of Christ dwell richly in you” Col. 3:16 and you will not fulfill the lust of the flesh. The actions of Song 4:7-9 are good example … Continue Reading True Love Reciprocates
Solomon’s Song of Songs is a love poem set in a courtship and marriage context. We learn about love mainly from the brides perspective for she speaks in the first … Continue Reading Closer Intimacy with the one you Love!