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
Solomon means peace. Solomon would live out his name. Solomon would bless both the Jewish and Gentile nations with peace. Solomon would bring peace on earth and goodwill toward all … Continue Reading “Name”
The king of peace wanted sweet communion with his/His bride more than she wanted it with him/Him. See the “more than” in that sentence. The Bridegroom wanted her “more than” … Continue Reading He Wants You More!!
“Set me as a seal upon your heart as a seal upon your arm” because our love is strong as death, its holy jealousy draws us and keeps us together … Continue Reading One, Yet Sinning Less
Solomon’s Song of Songs is a Love Poem that illustrates love in all its glory! One of the excellencies of love is that it never stops in its purpose to … Continue Reading Happier and Happier, Closer and Closer Forever!
Solomon’s Song of Songs is a love poem that illustrates love better than all the other 1,004 love Songs Solomon wrote. This Song illustrate Love, God’s flame in the heart … Continue Reading Outlining the Song of Songs
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
Have you ever thought about Christ as your Beloved? Beloved is the most used term to describe either lover in the Song of Songs. Beloved is an endearing term. We want … Continue Reading “Jesus Christ my Beloved”
“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
This blog has been my meditation on a text. Its been the most delightful hour with our Savior in His Word, I pray only for truth to be written and … Continue Reading Christ’s Holy Walk with God!