Solomon’s Song of Song illustrates love in marriage better than 1,004 other love songs that Solomon wrote. Love is intimate and Solomon knew how to increase intimacy in marriage. The … Continue Reading Growing Intimacy with Your Beloved
The bride in the Song went from being miserable, sunburnt, enemy slave outside a covenant relationship with God to being married to His son, the king of peace, Israel’s greatest … Continue Reading A Stinky Bride!?
“Dark am I, yet lovely” Solomon’s Song of Song 1:5 Darkness and light stand in stark contrast in Scripture. Darkness refers often to evil, calamity, the wrath of God, ignorance, … Continue Reading Christian Emotional Extremes
“Turn my beloved, and be like a gazelle on the mountain tops.” Song of Songs 2:17 Deep desire for the husband to be near her. A hungering for his sweet … Continue Reading Sweet Intimacy with the One You Love