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“Your hair is like a flock of goats descending from mount Gilead.”

Seen 1

David is still alive. Solomon is being anointing king for the first time. Nathan reads Psalm 72 that David prayed for Solomon as Israel’s next Messiah. In the crowd is a born again Gentile slave girl that fall in love with Solomon at his first anointing. Her feelings for him rise and she desires to be kissed by him over and over again, LORD willing. He gets close to her and she smell his anointing oils and thinks of who he is, what he is like and the promises he will fulfill and falls deeper in love. She expresses her feelings for him and he takes her to his palace chambers.

The purpose of Solomon writing this love poem was so that we could get a right idea of love as it is described in Song 8:6-7.


Solomon as a child age 18-20 is being anointed by priest.  Women are there and so is the Shulammite sunburnt slave girl, with her young goats.  She is close enough to smell the anointing oils.  Room for  a bubble statement from her and the group.  In the back ground are tracks of sheep to a lush pasture, with tree’s for shade and a beautiful pond.

Opening Scene is the anointing of Israels new king and Messiah.  One of the greatest days of Israel’s history as a nation!

Long live king Solomon! Long live king Solomon!1 Kings 1:39.

The people blew the horn. Then rejoice said,

Upon hearing David’s prayer for Solomon being read out loud and hearing his name she got her first spark of true love in her heart. Thinking of him and what it would be like to experience God’s love through him she thinks in her head with desire for him,

Let him kiss me with the kisses of his lips for your love is better than wine” Song 1:2

Then as she smells his pleasing anointing oils and thinks of who he is, what he is like and what he will do. She lets him know the love she is feeling for him and says,

Pleasing is the fragrance of your anointing oils, your name is like oil poured out.” Song 1:3

“No wonder the maidens love you

She see’s all the other women adoring him and it’s obvious the reason why. Because he was the most desirable single man alive! It’s no wonder the young single maidens had feelings for him! Yet her love in her heart to him wanted his love to be reciprocated and exclusive to her alone. She can’t hold it back and professes what she would like him to do and says,

Take me away with you.”

He takes her away and all those attending want to hurry after king Solomon as he heads back to his chambers. (you is masculine). God’s people aren’t going to waist any time doubting or lacking love to their new Messiah Solomon. They are there for him and proclaim that they would support their new king and say,

We run after you,

Scene 2. They are no longer at Gihon where Solomon’s first anointing took place but the next glorious event in the life of the poor sunburnt shepherd girl is the fact that she gets to be in his chambers! The king took her to his place and her heart rejoices in the fact saying,

The king has brought me into his chambers.

” She says with great joy and excitement!!

Meaning he has taken her to a place where only the privileged or chosen bride could go and be with her beloved alone.  A closer sweeter, sincere relationship. Probably got a change of clothes and jewelry at this point. Esther 4:2, Song 1:9-10.

This puts her inside his chambers and letting us know that she is currently in a place where only the most intimate friends of the king could be, in his chambers.  Inner room.  More private. Exclusive.


The daughter’s of Jerusalem and those from his anointing are there and thinking of the superlative nature of their new kings love. With gladness and joy in their hearts they praise Solomon and his love saying,

We will be glad and rejoice in you. We will remember your love more than wine.” Song 1:4

prophet, priest, people praising the king, in a palace

The bride to be see’s them delighting in the king. Their praising his love to God and them. The experience was more delightful than wine. All of this was right and what upright people do. Therefore, agreeing their words of adoration, she says,

How right they are to adore (have such feelings for) you.” Speaking directly to king Solomon. Solomon’s Song of Songs 1:4

The Gentile slave girls attention now goes to a group of holy women who grew up in Jerusalem, who are staring at her as if she didn’t belong at the side of a holy anointed king. She would like to make peace with them. She acknowledges the difficulty and proceeds to plead with them saying,

Scene 2 still Chapter 1

The Dark yet Lovely Lily Among Thorns

Basically, the young holy women who grew up in holy Jerusalem during David’s reign are looking at her as if she was a sinful unbelieving prostitute. A veiled woman was a prostitute. Song 1:7 And she was being treated like one. Which would mean that she looked like she was an enemy of God and no friend to His Messiah. How could there be any true love, peace and harmony in the r relationship if she was a child sacrificing, pig eating, unclean Gentile unbeliever?

a group of white holy women contempt judging evil, young tanned beautiful tannned shepherdess woman pleading, in a palace, by a dresser and mirror

Her darkness is like an evil tent or dwelling place and her loveliness is beautiful so trying to make peace and be friends with them she looks to the judgmental daughters of Jerusalem and gives her testimony and perspective on things as they are not as they seem to them.

young tanned beautiful tannned shepherdess woman pleading with a group of holy white women to stop starring at her, in a palace, by a dresser and mirror

am dark, but lovely,
O daughters of Jerusalem,”

Like the tents of Kedar,

Like the curtains of Solomon.

Do not look upon me, because I am dark,
Because the sun has scorched me.

She goes on further to tell her testimony of her past sinful life while in forced labor. Her own duties before God she has neglected.

woman, crying, barren vineyard, hot sun

 “My own, mine very own vineyard I have neglected.

2 Sam. 12:31.

Then the scene changes again, still the same day and time.

Scene 3   Fearless mare in battle.

Looking from the daughter’s of Jerusalem and now to the one she loves, Solomon, the young shepherd she says,

Tell me you whom I love where you graze your flock and where you rest your sheep at mid day.” 1:7

Why should I be like a sinful woman outside the flocks of your friends.”

A veiled woman was a prostitute. An outcast. Not worthy or fit to be their friend in God’s holy kingdom on earth. She has a testimony of faith, love, sorrow for past sinful life and is beautifully fearless in her pursuit of Christ Solomon.*

In essence she was also wanting to become a Jew. Esther 8:17.

Basically, she is saying, “Why should I be treated like a spiritual prostitute who leaves God for idols when I believe God and have repented and truly love, desire and want to be nearer to His Messiah, Solomon?”

lush green grass, pond, flowers, shepherd tents, path, apple tree. sheep, goat,

He moves closer to her and says,

If you do not know most beautiful of women,  follow the track of the sheep and rest your young goats by the tents of the shepherds.” Solomon’s Song of Songs 1:8

Rest your young goats by the tents of the shepherds

I liken you my friend and companion to a swift fearless mare harnessed to pharaoh’s chariot” Solomon’s Song of Songs 1:9

The primary focus of the comparison is the beauty of her love. It has made her powerful and fearless in her pursuit of a closer more intimate relationship with God’s Messiah, her beloved. Beauty, power, fearlessness, obedience and zeal.

Your cheeks are beautiful with earrings and you neck with strings of gold.”

We will make you earring of gold studded with silver.

While the king is at his table,
My spikenard sends forth its fragrance.

A bundle of myrrh is my beloved to me,
That lies all night between my breasts.

Her love to him causes her to highly value and esteem him like valuable myrrh. Combine that with the idea of abiding. There all night on her mind loved in her heart, close and not leaving. Her high esteem of him and how he pleases her like myrrh doesn’t leave her. “Between her breasts” is not sensual for they aren’t married yet but conveys the idea of being close to her heart. She is making a comparison and not speaking literally.

Constantly on her mind is the glory of God in the face of Christ Solomon. Her beloved, Solomon is a type of Christ Jesus. The Anti-type Solomon is in her heart, abiding there, treasured, highly valued and esteemed, making her happy.

I would give my life to have you as my husband and keep you all night close to my heart.

My beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms from the vineyards of Engedi.

Behold, you are fair, my love!
Behold, you are fair!

You have dove’s eyes.

Behold, you are handsome, my beloved!
Yes, pleasant!

the beams of our house is cedars our rafters are firs. And our dwelling place is verdant.

I am a rose of Sharon,” 2:1

A lily of the valleys.”

Humility. She has a right view of God, His Messiah, her relationship to them and therefore she see’s herself as she is, truly lovely and beautiful both inside and out just as her husband saw her.

She is truly infinitely lovely in Christ Jesus and needs to know it!

Like a lily among thorns
    is my darling among the young women.


Like an apple tree among the trees of the forest
    is my beloved among the young men.
I delight to sit in his shade,
    and his fruit is sweet to my taste.
” Song 2:3

He has taken me to the banquet hall,
    and his banner over me is love

This is both literal and metaphorical true.

In the presence of everyone she is drinking up the experience of His/his love to her.

Sustain me with cakes of raisins,
Refresh me with apples,
For I am lovesick
.” Solomon’s song of songs 2:5

She is physically weak due to the intensity of the emotions she is feeling.

His left hand is under my head and his right arm embraces me.”

Daughters of Jerusalem, I charge you
    by the gazelles and by the doe’s of the field:
Do not arouse or awaken love
    until it so desires

My beloved is like a gazelle or a young stag.

Behold, he stands behind our wall;
He is looking through the windows,
Gazing through the lattice.

My beloved spoke, and said to me:

“Rise up, my love, my fair one,
And come away.
11 For lo, the winter is past,
The rain is over and gone.

12 The flowers appear on the earth;
The time of singing has come,”

And the voice of the turtledove
Is heard in our land.
13 The fig tree puts forth her green figs,
And the vines with the tender grapes
Give a good smell.
Rise up, my love, my fair one,
And come away!

My dove in the clefts of the rock,
    in the hiding places on the mountainside,
show me your face,
    let me hear your voice;
for your voice is sweet,
    and your face is lovely.

15 Catch for us the foxes,
    the little foxes
that ruin the vineyards,
    our vineyards that are in bloom.

“Flowers appear on the earth” 2:12
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“Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that destroy vineyards, our vineyards that are in bloom.”

2:16 “My beloved is mine and I am his.

2:17  “Until the day breaks and the shadows flee, turn, my beloved, and be like a gazelle or like a young stag on the rugged hills.”

2:17  “Until the day breaks and the shadows flee, turn, my beloved, and be like a gazelle or like a young stag on the rugged hills.

3:1 Seeking and not finding.

[a]On my bed night after night I sought him
Whom my soul loves;

I sought him but did not find him.

‘I must arise now and  go about the city;
In the streets and in the squares

I must seek him whom my soul loves.’
I sought him but did not find him.

“The watchmen

who make the rounds in the city found me,

“Scarcely had I left them

When I found him whom my soul loves;

I held on to him and would not let him go

Until I had brought him to my mother’s house,

And into the room of her who conceived me.”

“I adjure you, O daughters of Jerusalem,
By the gazelles or by the hinds of the field,
That you will not arouse or awaken my love
Until she pleases.”

What is this coming up from the wilderness
Like columns of smoke,
Perfumed with myrrh and frankincense,
With all the scented powders of the merchant?

The Chorus

Behold, it is the traveling couch of Solomon;
Sixty warriors around it,
Of the warriors of Israel.
All of them are wielders of the sword,
Expert in war;
Each man has his sword at his side,
Guarding against the terrors of the night.
King Solomon has made for himself a sedan chair
From the timber of Lebanon.
10 He made its posts of silver,
Its back of gold
And its seat of purple fabric,
With its interior lovingly inlaid
By the daughters of Jerusalem.
11 Go out, you daughters of Zion,
And look at King Solomon with the crown
With which his mother has crowned him
On the day of his wedding,
And on the day of the joy of his heart.”


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Song 4:1-5


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the fragrance of your perfume more than any spice


view from top of mount Hermon

As the darkness is fading and the light is shining brighter our attention is directed toward the growing inner glory and beauty of the bride.  So the question is asked as all are looking at a bride who’s love to God overpowered the darkness.


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“Who is this that appears like the dawn, fair as the moon, bright as the sun, majestic as the stars in procession.” 6:10
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Song 8:5




Flow of general scene to next general scene.

Anointing to his chambers

From Anointing to seeing him as a shepherd

Shepherd to dwelling place


Banquet Hall


He shows up to the house to propose

They work it out

They get engaged

She has a bad night that ended with her holding him tighter.

(Garden is growing)

Wedding procession to wedding to honey moon on sacred mountains to the most perfect garden she has grown for him.


He shows up to the house and knocks and she hesitates to open the door for him because she was distracted by the unreasonableness of putting back on her clothes she took off to get to bed and have to dirty her feet again.

His hand going into the door from outside to in touching the handle lock on the inside.

Picture of her seeing his hand.  Getting to the door to late for his hand was gone and so was he.

Apart again.

Covers herself with a veil like a prostitute and went out looking for her husband trying to cover her own sin and shame.  Imagine what the watchmen would do to a prostitute in a city that was supposed to be holy.  ?They would beat her and take away her veil.?  She looks but can’t find.

Watch find her and beat her they take away her veil.

Next Scene

She is unveiled, lovesick and talking to the daughters of Jerusalem. 5:8,  they respond 5:9

Chief among ten thousand, glorious yet humble.  Dark hair.  Loving peaceful eyes.

Lips like lilies (pictures of him guiding 1:8, adoring 1:15-2:6, proposing, praising, knocking, praising.) (These should be repeat pictures)

His head is purest gold;
    his hair is wavy
    and black as a raven.
12 His eyes are like doves
    by the water streams,
washed in milk,
    mounted like jewels.
13 His cheeks are like beds of spice
    yielding perfume.
His lips are like lilies
    dripping with myrrh.
14 His arms are rods of gold
    set with topaz.
His body is like polished ivory
    decorated with lapis lazuli.
15 His legs are pillars of marble
    set on bases of pure gold.
His appearance is like Lebanon,
    choice as its cedars.
16 His mouth is sweetness itself;
    he is altogether lovely.
This is my beloved, this is my friend,
    daughters of Jerusalem.

Where has your beloved gone,
    most beautiful of women?
Which way did your beloved turn,
    that we may look for him with you?


My beloved has gone down to his garden,
    to the beds of spices,
to browse in the gardens
    and to gather lilies.

Next Scene

I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine;
    he browses among the lilies.


You are as beautiful as Tirzah, my darling,
    as lovely as Jerusalem,
    as majestic as troops with banners.
Turn your eyes from me;
    they overwhelm me.
Your hair is like a flock of goats
    descending from Gilead.
Your teeth are like a flock of sheep
    coming up from the washing.
Each has its twin,
    not one of them is missing.
Your temples behind your veil
    are like the halves of a pomegranate.
Sixty queens there may be,
    and eighty concubines,
    and virgins beyond number;
but my dove, my perfect one, is unique,
    the only daughter of her mother,
    the favorite of the one who bore her.

Next Scene

The young women saw her and called her blessed;
    the queens and concubines praised her.

10 Who is this that appears like the dawn,
    fair as the moon, bright as the sun,
    majestic as the stars in procession?

Next scene ( He is headed to the valley when his mind and heart are taken up with the thought of her.  She is among royal noble chariots of the kings people)

11 I went down to the grove of nut trees
    to look at the new growth in the valley,
to see if the vines had budded
    or the pomegranates were in bloom.

She goes to see if God’s blessing is on the land.  When wanting to be pleased with the fruits of her love her mind takes her to thoughts of her in a high position over the chariots of the kings people.  She is fully equipped to be at war with God’s enemies without and within and preach the good news, in the person and work of the coming Messiah, and that through faith in him/Him peace with God is possible for Jew and Gentile.  Two enemy camps reconciled and become one.

12 Before I realized it,
    my desire set me over the royal chariots of my people.

She is at war with her enemies within and making peace with Jew and Gentile in doing so the two become one.

13 Come back, come back, O Shulammite;
    come back, come back, that we may gaze on you!  

The woman of peace with God and others celebrates that the two camps have become one. 

New Scene  She is dancing and the daughters of Jerusalem are praising her from head to toe then the king whispers to her ear

Why would you gaze on the Shulammite
as on the dance of Mahanaim?

Why would you look at a woman characterized by peace with God, his king and others as if she had just reconciled two opposing camps?

If she was celebrating because two camps that were enemies are now reconciled and living at peace with one another.

She is on the way to check for benefits of her labor of love.  Fruits of her love to God and husband.  Her role as a wife was to have a flourishing garden of delights for him and others.   The woman of peace goes to see if there are signs of her benefiting from her labor of love and before she knows it her mind is thinking as if she were leading the battle for her king.

She is physically going to check for beauty growing or fruit and her soul is in battle.  In her minds eye she felt as if she was in battle for the king.    She was an enemy but now she is on his side fighting for him.


***Solomon as a child age 16 is being anointed by priest.  Women are there and so is the Shulammite sunburnt slave girl, with her young goats.

1A and B

Sam as A yet in Scene 1 B the anointing is over. Women are there and so is the Shulammite sunburnt slave girl, with her young goats.  She is close enough to smell the anointing oils.    In the back ground are tracks of sheep to a lush pasture, with tree’s for shade and a beautiful pond.  .***


1:4  Take me away with you—let us hurry!
    Let the king bring me into his chambers.  ( reuse this picture or a picture of them running together for 5:15)


1:4  We rejoice and delight in you;
    we will praise your love more than wine.


1:4  How right they are to adore you!


Same scene as 1B, but the Daughters of Jerusalem are staring at her, judging her, looking down in a condescending manner.  Her sunburn is clearly seen.  She is wearing cheap dirty, cut clothes.

Do not stare… They forced me…they burned with anger.”



she asks him.  More of a close up rather than a group shot yet others are still there.

1:7 “Tell me you whom I love where you graze your flock and where you rest your sheep at midday.


Yet there is a separation seen between the sunburnt slave girls and her goats and the green shady pastures where he shepherds his flocks alongside his friends.  There is a bubble of her covering herself and turning away from being able to be part of their blessing of being shaded at noon.

Why should I be like one who turns aside by the flocks of your friends.”


They are walking together on a path where sheep have walked.  Her takes her hand to lead her. ( this picture is reused in 5:14) A scene changing from the anointing to a nearby lush garden with a rose of Sharon and an apple tree. ( then in 2:4-5 is a scene from the apple tree to the banquet hall.)


1F and G

They are walking together on a path where sheep have walked and on his mind is a mare harnessed to pharaohs chariot in battle.  (Swift, fearless, beautiful and fully adorned (in the coming Christ).


He is adoring her hair and ornamented cheeks.  The ornament is either her hair or twisted jewelry.  He puts a necklace on her,  Then the next picture has her with a necklace on.   (here is two pictures one first made without the necklace and the next one with a necklace)

(1 I  Same picture is used for 1:11 as for 1:10 for the daughters of Jerusalem are there when he is adorning her.)

1 J

Now add to 1 H and I columns of perfume going forth from her that are pleasing to him,

She goes breathless thinking about him

1 K

The adorned women is visualizing Solomon and herself wearing a sachet of myrrh and a cluster of henna blossoms is visualized in a bubble as well as she is looking at him with doves eyes.

1 L is an also in the same context where he compliments her doves eyes in 1:15

1 M is the same picture as JK and L but she is adoring his doves eyes and beauty while they are laying in lush grass in a beautiful garden. 1:16

1 N

Same scene in the garden and he has in mind their house, his luxurious palace made of cedar, cypress and fir.  To communicate safety, luxury.   That their dwelling place is sure, long lasting and durable.  They are in the garden and he is telling her about their palace, house or dwelling place he is preparing for her.

2 1

Still in the garden under the apple tree, she observes a Rose of Sharon, the most beautiful rose in the garden and compares herself to it.

2:2  In the same garden are lilies among thorns and he compares her to them.

2:3  They are still under an apple tree that is the best in the forrest.

2:4  Still in the garden she wants to be taken to the banquet hall.

2:5-6  Is a picture of her in the banquet hall with her,  She is dipped in his arms.  His right arm is under her head and his left arm supports her.   There is a banner over them saying “Love”.  She pictures in her mind  “His hands are rods of gold
Set with beryl”  Song 2:14, 5:4,   While she also remembers every way he loved her, scene by scene ascending closer and more and more intimate from Song 1:2-2:4 and climaxing at 2:5-6.  He is holding her in his arms, slowly spinning her, doves eye to doves eye.

???2:7   In the same scene is a message to the Daughters of Jerusalem from either the bride or Solomon adjuring them to not arouse or awaken her love unit he pleases.

In context she is “faint with love” for he has been pouring it out on her more and more and more to the point where it is to much for her and he is supporting her in his arms.  Then the charge to the daughters of Jerusalem to not arouse or awaken her out of her being faint with love until the proper time, which is when in the sovereignty of God love desires to soften the heightened emotional feelings that put her in this state.

2:8 Rains happen on a more or less barren land, then Spring is here.  Budding roses, Birds are singing.  Revival of the beauty of the land.


(the description of him coming to her like a gazelle is illustrated in how he proposes to her)  He is overcoming great difficulties by the words he says to her thus wooing her to himself, drawing her to himself like a gazelle on mountain tops, with skill and wisdom he proposes to her.

2:8 She is in her house, he is skipping towards her.

2:9  He is standing outside behind the lattice gazing through the lattice.

2:10  She is in her house and he is peering through the lattice and she is looking out the window when he says,

“My beloved spoke and said to me,
    “Arise, my darling,
    my beautiful one, come with me.

2:11-13  He proposes.  Giving her reasons that it’s time for love and blessings.

See! The winter is past;
    the rains are over and gone.
12 Flowers appear on the earth;
    the season of singing has come,
the cooing of doves
    is heard in our land.
13 The fig tree forms its early fruit;
    the blossoming vines spread their fragrance.

Arise, come, my darling;
    my beautiful one, come with me.”  He says while outside behind the lattice.

2:14  She hides her face.

2:14 He calls her to show her beautiful face and sweet voice.

2:15 She answers him from the inside the house.

??? How do we get from 2:15-2:16-2:17

2:16  He browses among the lilies outside her house she opens the door and he is kneeling there holding her hands and she says, “My beloved is mine and I am his.  He browses among the lilies.”  He is on his knee’s for he just proposed and they are holding hands.  (They need to be holding hands because she learns to hold him tight and not let him go in 3:4, so there has to be a scene where she is holding him and loses that grip.)

Scene changes, the sun goes down, he is on his knee’s holding her hands and as the sun goes down she lets him go and he fades away and she says,  “Turn my beloved and be like a gazelle on the mountain tops until the day breaks and the shadows flee.”

3:1  The sun is down.  She is on her bed thinking of her beloved.  She looks around to see him but can’t find him.

3:1-4  One big scene at night of her house with some lilies but more of a desert.  A city with watchmen watching the walls.  A dead vineyard by her house.   You see her in her bed,  you see her leaving the house, you see her in various parts of the city.  You see her passing the watchmen.  You see her finding her beloved in a garden delightfully beholding the flowers.  You see her holding his hand, you see them back at her mothers house in a bedroom looking doves eye to doves eye holding both hands.

She looks for him in the places he is not but she thinks he is.

Satan’s lies. He can’t be yours because you don’t feel loved.  He can’t be yours because you can’t find him.  He didn’t give himself to you, he left you.  Just because you don’t sense his love doesn’t mean he doesn’t love you, it just means your not sensible of it.

3:5 is a repeat of 2:7

3:6  The warriors and chariot show up to her house and pick her up. (This scene is added but I think it is right)

3:6-10 Next scene is “night” 3:8, she is coming up from the desert and she is in a glorious gold base, silver posts,  Purple seats, guarded by 60 great warriors with swords by their side, a column of smoke coming up from the desert and they are headed to the beautiful promised land where the king is awaiting her arrival.    He is looking to see her coming on the wedding day.

“Who is this coming up from the wilderness
    like a column of smoke,
perfumed with myrrh and incense
    made from all the spices of the merchant?
Look! It is Solomon’s carriage,
    escorted by sixty warriors,
    the noblest of Israel,
all of them wearing the sword,
    all experienced in battle,
each with his sword at his side,
    prepared for the terrors of the night.
King Solomon made for himself the carriage;
    he made it of wood from Lebanon.
10 Its posts he made of silver,
    its base of gold.
Its seat was upholstered with purple,
    its interior inlaid with love.”

3:11   Solomon’s mom crowning him and the daughters of Jerusalem are encouraged to behold Solomon.


How beautiful you are, my darling!
    Oh, how beautiful!
    Your eyes behind your veil are doves.
Your hair is like a flock of goats
    descending from the hills of Gilead.
Your teeth are like a flock of sheep just shorn,
    coming up from the washing.
Each has its twin;
    not one of them is alone.
Your lips are like a scarlet ribbon;
    your mouth is lovely.
Your temples behind your veil
    are like the halves of a pomegranate.
Your neck is like the tower of David,
    built with courses of stone[a];
on it hang a thousand shields,
    all of them shields of warriors.
Your breasts are like two fawns,
    like twin fawns of a gazelle
    that browse among the lilies.

4:8  Is a picture of all these mountains and she on top of one.  Leapords are out to get her and he is calling her down.  She is not looking at him.

4:9-10  More of a close up.
She clearly has doves eyes, a necklace on and perfume.  She turns to look at him and he says

“You have stolen my heart, my sister, my bride;
    you have stolen my heart
with one glance of your eyes,
    with one jewel of your necklace.
10 How delightful is your love, my sister, my bride!
    How much more pleasing is your love than wine,
and the fragrance of your perfume
    more than any spice!

Have above.   “the fragrance of your perfume more than any spice”

4:11  Is a close up of her lips  and “the fragrance of your garments like the fragrance of Lebanon.”

4:12-15   They are coming down from the mountain to her garden.  He is adoring her and around her are the things he is comparing her to.

“You are a garden locked up, my sister, my bride;
    you are a spring enclosed, a sealed fountain.
13 Your plants are an orchard of pomegranates
    with choice fruits,
    with henna and nard,
14     nard and saffron,
    calamus and cinnamon,
    with every kind of incense tree,
    with myrrh and aloes
    and all the finest spices.
15 You are a garden fountain,
    a well of flowing water
    streaming down from Lebanon.

4:16  She opens the gate to a fully beautiful garden with a wall around it and a honey tree.  There is a wind coming by her and the garden. He is coming through the gate right after her and she says,

4:16 “Awake, north wind,
    and come, south wind!
Blow on my garden,
    that its fragrance may spread everywhere.
Let my beloved come into his garden
    and taste its choice fruits.”

5:1  He is fully in the garden with her and happy as can be with myrrh in his hands.

I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride;
    I have gathered my myrrh with my spice.
I have eaten my honeycomb and my honey;
    I have drunk my wine and my milk.

The greatest experience of love thus far in the marriage!  They drink it, til they need no more.  Fully satisfied and having imbibed deeply having their hearts content in each other.

5:2  She is dreaming but audience doesn’t know it.  In 5:2-6:2 the dream she “disowns him” Prov. 30:9. 5:2-6:2.  Awake and he is knocking, she is thinking highly of him 5:10-16 and she says to herself  “He is mine..” and delights fill her heart…  “and I am his” she most delightfully adds as she hurriedly gets dressed and answers the door.   I am his..  I am his..  I am his..  She opens the door and says,  “And he is mine.”  The scene opens with her wakening and then doing 5:2-4 all over again but doing it right as she thinks 6:3, then he praises her 6:4ff.

5:2  He is outside the door of their house with dew on his head, its late in the night.  She is sleeping.  Her robe is put away but near. There is a hole in the door for him to reach through.  On the inside of the door is a locked door knob.

I slept but my heart was awake.
    Listen! My beloved is knocking:
“Open to me, my sister, my darling,
    my dove, my flawless one.
My head is drenched with dew,
    my hair with the dampness of the night.

Her not answering the call of the king was worthy of her losing her husband as in Esther 1:19.

5:3  Is the same picture as 5:2
I have taken off my robe—
    must I put it on again?
I have washed my feet—
    must I soil them again?

5:4-5  His hand is through the door touching the knob and she is up out of bed putting on her robe.

My beloved thrust his hand through the latch-opening;
    my heart began to pound for him.
I arose to open for my beloved,
    and my hands dripped with myrrh,
my fingers with flowing myrrh,
    on the handles of the bolt.

5:6  She is opening the door.  Her hands are dripping with myrrh.  She is looking outside the door and he is no where to be found.

My beloved thrust his hand through the latch-opening;
    my heart began to pound for him.
I arose to open for my beloved,
    and my hands dripped with myrrh,
my fingers with flowing myrrh,
    on the handles of the bolt.

???5:7  The watchmen find her in the city.  She is bruised and they have her Shawl in hand because they took it away.

The watchmen found me
    as they made their rounds in the city.
They beat me, they bruised me;
    they took away my cloak,
    those watchmen of the walls!

???5:8  She is beaten and bruised.  Love sick.  Talking to the Daughters of Jerusalem in the city (at night).  She says to them,

Daughters of Jerusalem, I charge you—
    if you find my beloved,
what will you tell him?
    Tell him I am faint with love.

They respond


5:10  There are 10,000 married men with their wives.  Solomon is chief among them.

5:10  A picture of the king being humble.  A picture of him glorious.  Side by side picture.

5:11  Pictures of him being a valuable leader.  Reading her the “Law of Moses“.  Praying. (Need more here) etc.

5:12  Peaceful loving eyes.  Next to a peaceful and lovely water brook.

5:13  His cheeks like beds of spices.   Same picture as 5:12

5:14  Him doing all kinds of valuable precious things with his arms.  Holding her ( reuse picture from 2:6)  Them holding hands in the garden.  Him holding her hand while they follow the tracks of the sheep ( reused picture from 1:8)

5:14  “His heart bright ivory, covered with sapphires,”  His heart is holy and precious.  Offering sacrifices, praying, reading Scrolls, worshiping, making peace etc.

5:15  Legs.  Making peace.  Hurrying with her!  (picture from 1:4)

5:15  “His appearance is like Lebanon,
    choice as its cedars”  ( same picture as 5:10b)

5:16  “His mouth is sweetness itself;
    he is altogether lovely.”  Pictures of him saying sweet things.  1:8, 1:9, 1:15, 2:10, etc.

5:16  To the daughters of Jerusalem.   Reuse picture 5:8

6:1  Reuse 5:8

6:2  Mix 5:8 with him in a garden in the background.

6:3  Illustrate all the ways in which she is his… servant, follower, suitable helper, peacemaker.  No longer love sick but love satisfied in him/Him alone.  “I am his”  She learned to love him by denying herself for he owned her and her will was not her own.  She rejoices in the fact that she is giving herself to him, realizing that she happily says “I am his”  She repeats in her mind “I am his and not my own”  Not my temporary comfort but his will, I will open the door for my beloved and hurriedly puts on her clothe’s rushes to the door and embraces her beloved and as they embrace visions of their happiness in the garden dance in their heads and hearts.

Scene can also have the bride all up in herself, I am queen, I am beautiful and clean…  I, I, I… Then he comes knocking.  Pridefully she thinks should I get MY feet dirty and put my clothes back on?  As the devil is telling her she is something all by herself.  Look at the height you have done for yourself,  look at who you are (apart from Solomon and love),  thus trying to get you to forget that you are “Dark, yet lovely” Showing (self earned) loveliness without backdrop of darkness.

Same as a believer who isn’t growing, they have forgotten they have been forgiven and are self-righteous by way of temptation in times of blessing.  Dt. 8:10ff  “Otherwise, I may have too much and disown you and say, ‘Who is the LORD?’ Prov. 30:9.

6:4  Is young Solomon praising her.  In the background is Tirzah a most beautiful city and Jerusalem with the temple and troops with banners “Love”  “Peace”

6:5  (Reuse some picture of her doves eyes where they are looking at each other but he has one hand half way up and is turning away)  And a flock of Goats with black shiny hair are curving down a hill in the background looking similar to her hair.

6:6 and 6:7  Similar picture to 6:5 but there are dirty sheep going into a pond and coming out paired up, white, and symmetrical.    A cut pomegranate in the background looks like her temples.

6:8-10  Picture is above yet need Sixty queens, concubines, virgins and a mother.

Being part of a harem didn’t always mean that you had sex with the king but could also mean that they were all virgins. Esther 2:2-3.

“Sixty queens there may be,
    and eighty concubines,
    and virgins beyond number;
but my dove, my perfect one, is unique,
    the only daughter of her mother,
    the favorite of the one who bore her.

In between being praised by him in the garden an on her way “to the grove of nut trees
    to look at the new growth in the valley,
to see if the vines had budded
    or the pomegranates were in bloom.”  The queen and concubines praise her.

The young women saw her and called her blessed;
    the queens and concubines praised her,

10 Who is this that appears like the dawn,
fair as the moon, bright as the sun,
majestic as the stars in procession?”

After being praised by the queens walking out of the garden to look for signs of the fruits of her labor her desire sets her above the chariots.

???6:11  She is walking down to the grove. (She wants to go to a place where she could see if there is fruit of her love to him)  That place is over his chariots of peace.  He wants her sharing the gospel for he is the king of peace.

12 Before I realized it,
    my desire set me among the royal chariots of my people

6:12  She is off in the distance over the chariots of his noble people and the onlookers want to see her celebrate peace and reconciliation between two camps who where enemies.  Jew and Gentile are now one.

Come back, come back, O Shulammite;
    come back, come back, that we may gaze on you!

6:13-7:5   The king is looking at her held captive.  Her feet are sandaled, twin fawns are in the background, she is dancing in front of those who wanted to gaze at her saying,

How beautiful your sandaled feet,
    O prince’s daughter!
Your graceful legs are like jewels,
    the work of an artist’s hands.
Your navel is a rounded goblet
    that never lacks blended wine.
Your waist is a mound of wheat
    encircled by lilies.
Your breasts are like two fawns,
    like twin fawns of a gazelle.
Your neck is like an ivory tower.
Your eyes are the pools of Heshbon
    by the gate of Bath Rabbim.
Your nose is like the tower of Lebanon
    looking toward Damascus.
Your head crowns you like Mount Carmel.
    Your hair is like royal tapestry;
    the king is held captive by its tresses.

7:6-9  Palm tree in the background with clusters of fruit.   Grapevine.  Apple tree. The king holds the dancing girl close and says

How beautiful you are and how pleasing,
    my love, with your delights!
Your stature is like that of the palm,
    and your breasts like clusters of fruit.
I said, “I will climb the palm tree;
    I will take hold of its fruit.”
May your breasts be like clusters of grapes on the vine,
    the fragrance of your breath like apples,
    and your mouth like the best wine.

7:9  He has a cup of wine and drinks it as she says,

Chapter 8 “All those in the gardens, let me hear your voice…”

men, phophet, shepherd, people praising, in a castle

May the wine go straight to my beloved,
    flowing gently over lips and teeth.

7:10 I belong to my beloved,
    and his desire is for me.

7:11-13  She is talking to him.  In the background is a countryside, villages, vineyards, budding flowers, freshly blooming pomegranate tree’s, fragrant mandrakes.

8:1-3  She is dipped in his arm.  His left arm is under her head and his right arm braces her.  In the background is a mom with a son, in her mind is her kissing him outside, her mothers house with wine.

8:4  Same charge to the daughters of Jerusalem as in 2:7 and 3:5

8:5  Coming up from a desert into the beautiful promised land while leaning on her beloved.

8:5  Picture of them under an apple tree (same as 2:3) roused.  Conceived. Labored. Gave girth.

8:6  She is a reflection of his heart.  Seal on his arm.

8:7  Many waters can’t quench love.    Water and examples of tough times in marriage.

Free self denial.  When were riches freely given.  When was riches denied.


 a wall,
We will build on her a battlement of silver;

Castle walls01.jpg

 a door,
We will barricade her with planks of cedar.”


10 “I was a wall, and my breasts were like towers;
Then I became in his eyes as one who finds peace.

11 “Solomon had a vineyard at Baal-hamon;
He entrusted the vineyard to caretakers.
Each one was to bring a thousand shekels of silver for its fruit.

12 “My very own vineyard is at my disposal;
The thousand shekels are for you, Solomon,
And two hundred are for those who take care of its fruit.”

13 “O you who sit in the gardens,
My companions are listening for your voice—
Let me hear it!”

14 “Hurry, my beloved,
And be like a gazelle or a young stag
On the mountains of spices.






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Saved in 2000 at age 27. Nearly immediately I fell in love with the Song and grew very fast the first two years memorizing large portions of scripture purifying my mind the started chewing on meat to soon and struggled for 12 years and Christ has me on track like always but I just took the long way around and now I love leading others closer to Christ by seeing His love reflected in Solomons love for an enemy slave girl.

I have experienced God's love to me in the Song in ways that words can't express. There are many portion of the Word where she experiences extra ordinary outpouring of the Holy Spirit of God. If you have a burning desire for a close intimate relationship with God by experiencing His Love to you over and over again at greater and greater heights, depths, lengths and breaths then The Song of Songs is where you need to be.

I can help you with this process of Growing in the experience of God's love. As of 7-23-16 I have experienced everything prior to chapter 8. The Song of Song is progressive in experience. Meaning that if you are mature then you can experience the joys and extraordinary outpourings of God's Love shed abroad in your heart.

If you are not so mature then the delights in the first chapter of the Song will satisfy your thirst for experiencing the Love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Many Christian are living in sin because they do not know how to experience God's love and get hooked on Loving Him. It feels good to be loved and to love Him. His burden is not heavy and His yoke is light, Jesus said in Matt. 10:28

I believe God wants to use me to help beautify His Bride through the Song of Solomon.

If you see the book literally you will not understand nor grasp the Love God has for you. If you see the book and the verses in it relating to Christ's love to you then I would love to show you how to experience this Love to the fullest. I will pray for you daily and guide you every step of the way.

16 I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, 17 so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, 18 may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, 19 and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.

20 Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.

I grew up going to church but was a hypocrite. I lived my life how I chose but went to church on Sunday because my family went.

Mom and Dad divorced when I was about 5.

About this time I was sexually abused by "Bob" a made up name. This incident changed my life for the worst. I had no clue how to deal with it.

As I got older I grew in my hatred for Bob. I didn't blame anyone of my family because I was to young to know any better. Some of what happened during the abuse was in a bathroom. So overtime I would use the bathroom and look at my private parts that night would replay in my mind. My hatred for Bob would continue to grow each time.

Now I know this only happened to me one night. I can't image the pain other's go through who have had this happen to them over and over. Even as I write this now I cry with many tears for those hurting. God love you even though you may not know it or feel it. Go to Him in your time of need.

I was a really bad teenager. I only cared about myself and not even my family. I always came first in my mind. Even at the expense of hurting others. I was growing in my hatred for God by now.

I was going to church and was learned that God was in control. I thought well, if God was in control then He must have let me be sexually abused. I didn't understand this, How could a good and loving God allow this. I hated Him for it. My hatred for Bob grew as well. I was still using the bathroom and memories kept coming back. My heart grew even harder for Bob and God. As far as I was concerned God would have nothing to do with my life so I lived even worse. I thought I would be in jail or dead and I really didn't care, I thought it could be much worse than reliving your painful past over and over again. Little did I know that God's plan later would be to use these events to give me a burning passion for the closest most intimate love relationship with Himself through Christ mainly through the love poem in the Song of Songs in the Bible.

I remember hating Bob so much that the only thing that would relieve my pain was actually thinking he would suffer forever for what he did. I grew so much in my hatred for him that I had to continue to think that he would get even worse than what I imaged before. After some time I would only be relieved of hatred for him unless I thought he would burn in a hotter and hotter hell for all the suffering he put me through.

I never told my mom or family what happened, although I think some of them knew something had happened.

I grew up quite rebellious and even went to jail at the age of 20. I was living the fast life pursuing all my sinful desires and wanting more. It never seemed to be enough. I was quite happy in my sin but I just wanted more of it.

I lived life thinking I would die at a young age, riding motorcycle and living on the edge put me in the hospital many times and I should have been dead.

California at age 26.

I moved to California for a job opportunity at the age of 27. While trying to figure out what radio stations to program in my car, I ran across a RC Sproul talking about "people who have the faith that saves and people who only say that have faith" only the people who have the faith that saves will go to heaven. I thought "I don't think I have the faith that saves because my life was so bad." I searched the scriptures to try to get this faith. I found a church and thought people there could help me get this faith that saves. All along God kept showing me how sinful I was and that I deserved punishment from Him for living my life hating Him.

One weekend I read Matthew, Mark, Luke and John desperately trying to find out how to get this faith that saves. By now I knew that if you had the faith that saves that Jesus would be saving you from a life of sin. I still liked my sin and Jesus sure wasn't saving me from a life of sin, so I rightly concluded that I didn't have the faith that saves.

By the time I got to John, I saw "believe" everywhere. John 3:16 and other verses and wow the whole book was written so that you may believe. John 20:31 "these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name." So at night I would pray "I believe Jesus died for me, I believe, I believe. This was just an intellectual belief. I knew that in history and the Bible that Jesus died for everyone, so I believed it. But this belief did not change my life.

I would go on night after night saying the same prayer only to wake up the next day wanting to fulfill my sinful desires. The prayer wasn't working so I started to word it different each time hoping some prayer would work. After about 2 weeks of this I was fed up with it all, nothing was happening. I still was living in my sin and wanted more of it. A Christian hates their sin and does something about it, and certainly they don't continue to make plans to sin. The prayers weren't working so I gave up. I thought to myself "God, I tried with all my might, I searched the Scriptures, went to church, read the Bible and prayed all to no avail. If Im going to be saved your going to have to do it because I tried."

So I quit praying but still the Bible kept calling me so I read more. 3 Days later I was laying in a tanning bed and God convicted me really hard that I had offended Him by the life I was living. I was so scared of God, where could I run. You can't hide from God. It seemed like forever that I was under these terrors of being punished by a Holy Angry God. This lasted about 10 minutes then this is how I understood it. God let me understand that all that anger that He had for me for all my sin should come my way but He had poured that anger out on Jesus 2,000 years ago. I immediately started weeping an couldn't stop for about 20 minutes. All the sins that I could think of I confessed for that 20 minutes one after another after another, I was so sorrowful and grieved it physically hurt inside.

After I stopped crying I thought that was the weirdest thing that ever happened. I walked out of the tanning salon and stood outside and everything seemed so beautiful, the tree's, the birds, even the air seemed pleasant. Now I was really wondering what was going on.

I pondered all of this as I drove to work that day. I brought my Bible to work and was thinking what am I doing, I want to take my Bible to work so I can read it. As soon as I got to work I started reading my Bible. I couldn't believe what I was reading!! It all was so wonderful. It felt so good to just read my Bible. My client showed up and as I was training them the only thing I could think about was getting back to my Bible. I read all night and slept about 2 hours and was reading again.

I had sinful things in my apartment and I rounded everything evil up and threw it in the garbage. It was weird I was thinking but it felt good so I left it all in the garbage. I called my girlfriend to break it up and she thought I had another girl, I said no, I just think this is wrong we shouldn't be sleeping together. She didn't understand so I told her I was a Christian now and she still thought I had another girlfriend. She said "Im glad your a Christian, so am I" I thought to myself, "I have a strong conviction that sleeping together is wrong and she thought it was okay" I wondered how she could think that. Anyway we broke up.

I kept reading my bible and repenting, there was so much to repent of and I had lived a very sinful life. I was a thief for some part of my life and all the people I stole from kept coming to mind. I owed so much money. I was instantly in debt about $80,000. As I could I paid them back. As of 7-18-2016 I still owe about $25,000 but it sure is a joy to be paying them back.

The first week of being saved a car just about ran me over, they hit me but I wasn't hurt at all. The guy in the car felt so bad. I just looked at him and said "God bless you and have a great day, I am okay" smiled at him and moved on. Now I was really wondering what was going on because I normally would have cussed him out left and right and instead of cussing I blessed him. That was so weird. But again it felt good. I learned to do good by what my conscience told me was good and that it felt good. I got hooked on this feeling good by doing good and did it more often.

About two weeks after being saved I thought of Bob. I immediately prayed for him, something like "Lord help him.." then I stopped praying and said out loud "What am I doing?" I'm praying for a man that I hated my whole life, but it feels good and right, so I did it again. I stopped again midway in the prayer and started pacing around. I was trying to make sense of what was going on and couldn't figure it out. But again it made me happy to pray for him so I did. Bob would often come to mind when I went to the bathroom and each time I would pray for Him. The more I did this the less weird it got. And the greater my love grew for him.

I started memorizing large portions of scripture and this was wonderful because it felt like the words were cleaning my mind and as Proverbs 2:10 "For wisdom will enter your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul." I wanted more and more of this pleasantness. So I memorized even more and the joy got more and more.

Then this life changing advice came:

A friend from church told me to find a book of the Bible and really understand it. Read through the Bible and pick one and read it over and over and study it and really get it. So I started in Genesis and read through. When I got to Proverbs I really liked it so I thought that would be the book. I started by memorizing all of Proverbs chapter 3. After that I thought maybe there is a better book than Proverbs. So I read on. Then I came to Song of Solomon. I read it with quite some confusion. It wasn't as good as the other books, I didn't know why. So I bought a commentary on it. George Burrowes commentary on the Song of Solomon.

In the commentary I found that George and other saw the book as illustrating God's love to the Church. And not only illustrating it but displaying the Love of Christ better than any other book. This caught my attention big time, because I was having a burning desire for a closer relationship with God and desperately learning about His Love so that I could Love God. You see I had hated Him for so long that God used that old hard heart to spur me on in loving Him. I so much did not want to hate God anymore that I was on fire to learn to Love Him as much and as fast as possible. So here was a book that would help me do that. So I landed on the Song of Solomon. I committed to learning as much of this book as possible.

I memorized the first chapter and would repeat it often throughout the day. I didn't know much of what I was repeating but it sure made me happier and on fire for God. I grew so fast repeating the first chapter over and over again all day, like a dozen times a day at least. It felt so good and I never found any other book that caused me to weep so much. I would often weep everyday just reading it. I was to immature to know what was going on. Even though it hurt to weep so much, I felt like my heart was being cleansed from the filth that was in it by repeating it over and over again so I did. As I read the commentary I understood more and more. What God was doing in me through the Song was greater and faster than any other portion of Scripture so I tended to stay there often. I was so excited about God that I thought it funny that other's in church weren't the same way. Some where happy but it seemed most of them didn't seem to care much about God. They would talk about work, football the weather. The only thing I wanted to talk about was Jesus and God and how can I grow closer to Him.

About this time there was a mission trip to Ireland.

I started to have convictions that I should try to find Bob and witness to him. I kept praying for him but how could he be saved if he hadn't heard the Gospel that has power unto salvation. So I asked family if they had any information. Like me before, my family hated him and thought he deserved hell. After some time I got his name but no location or phone number. Either they didn't know where he was or didn't want to tell me. I prayed some more and then started to get stronger convictions to do something about finding Bob.

So I went on the internet and typed in "his name and child molestation sex offender court" thinking that some court record would have some info leading to where I may find him" I even talked to a private eye and he couldn't help. So I googled some key words and spent hours each day looking through each page. I believed it was God's will for me to witness to Bob. I wanted him to be saved. Really bad. So much so that I thought God would save Bob if I were to witness to him. So I didn't stop searching for him. I kept my computer on each day and went page by page. It took two years to go through about 15,000 pages but I found someone who matched his name in a prison for molesting his grandchildren. I wrote the prison and he wrote back. All kinds of emotions went through my body when I saw his letter from the jail. I didn't open it right away but two hours later God gave me enough courage to face my fears again and I opened the letter. He admitted to being the one who molested me. We wrote back and forth I told him I was angry before but now I was saved and that I loved him and believed God wanted me to talk to him. He read my letters over and over again. I shared the gospel in each one.

I got mad at Bob 2x. Once he said that he love me. I got really angry with him. He didn't love me. That night it was hard to love Bob, I had to call a friend to pray for me to repent, after he prayed I felt greater love for Bob. Then I wrote him back saying "I'm sorry but you can't say that you loved me. You did not love me you lusted after me." He admitted he didn't love as he should have and admitted that it was lust and sinful. Finally some conviction. Yet I only thought he was saying that because I was being nice to him. All his family had left him and he said I was the only "friend" he had.

Wether or not it was true Bob said that he had cancer in his arm and that the help the prison gives was not enough and if he had money he could see a different doctor and get help. I sent him some money and since I was in jail before I knew what it was like to be in there without money, so I sent him money.

About 4-5 months in the economy went down, it was 2008. Work was hard. I still sent him money and I had to work harder. This was a really good lesson for me because I had to "work hard for the benefit of someone who did not deserve it." This was one of the greatest blessing ever because I realized with great certainty that Jesus was in me. This is what Jesus did. Jesus worked his whole life for me and I didn't deserve it!! Christ was in me! This was one of the best feelings ever and it put me in worship for months.

Then a mission trip to Croatia.

Each time I had to leave my business and amazing as it is I was completely okay each time. I am a self employed personal trainer and it is normally absurd to just leave and start over, but each time I had enough work within 2 weeks of coming back. This is a flat out miracle. I trusted God to provide and he did. How many people can start up a business in 2 weeks. Only with the help of God. God was teaching me early on in my walk that as long as I did what He wanted me to do then I had nothing to worry about.

About 3 years saved now.

I Taught the 4 year old's at church Sunday morning for 10 years.

Left my business 2x for mission trips and God miraculously provided when I came back.

I taught 5 x a week plus held a job.

Sunday morning to the kids.
Sunday night with the 5th graders
Friday afternoons at Good News Clubs. Sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship.
Friday Nights with the Kids teaching through Pilgrims Progress, I did this 2x
Teaching Monday afternoons at a nursing home. I taught through the Song of Songs once then John, then Romans then back to the Song again! I love the Song of Songs.
I grew up hating God for what happened to me, and now I love Him because He first loved me. My passion is for children to grow up loving God and not hating Him.

My other passion which has become ever greater is to help others see the Love of Christ to His Church in the Song of Songs!!

I would love to help you, just let me know and I will lead you and pray for you.

God demonstrates His love to us in sending His one and only Son to suffer in our place, taking our sins upon Himself so that whoever believes they get to heaven because of what He did for us will not perish but have everlasting life.

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