Love “Love is patient…” “Love suffers long…” 1 Cor. 13:4 “Love is strong as death…” Love is unquenchable and priceless. Solomon’s Song of Songs 8:6-7 The reason Solomon wrote the … Continue Reading Love is patient
This post is more of a running commentary on Solomon’s Song of Songs 5:2-8:3 with a focus on the flow from the perspective of being apart from God, the king, … Continue Reading Princess of Peace
“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
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
In his original preface, John Dod wrote that this book is ‘so full of heavenly treasure, and such lively expressions of the invaluable riches of the love of Christ’ that … Continue Reading Free Commentary, Solomon’s Song of Songs, by Jonathan Edwards
The fully spiritually mature bride speaks to her husband. Her heart and theirs are practically one. The marriage is flowing. Love has bonded them together. He is doing his role … Continue Reading “Heart to Heart”
“The Song of Songs which is Solomon’s.” Solomon’s Song of Songs 1:1 This is the title of the greatest love poem ever written by Solomon. “Solomon’s” What does it … Continue Reading Solomon’s Song of Songs, A Superlative Love Song
Many people wrongly put Solomon’s sins that happened at the end of his life as characteristic of his whole life from start to finish (this is called eisegeting the text … Continue Reading Is Solomon the bad guy in the Song of Songs? Eisegesis?