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1 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Song of Solomon 8:5-7

2 5 Who is this coming up from the wilderness, leaning upon her beloved? I awakened you under the apple tree. There your mother brought you forth; there she who bore you brought you forth. 6 Set me as a seal upon your heart, as a seal upon your arm; for love is as strong as death, jealousy as cruel as the grave; its flames are flames of fire, a most vehement flame. 7 Many waters cannot quench love, nor can the floods drown it. If a man would give for love all the wealth of his house, it would be utterly despised. Song of Solomon 8:5-7

3 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon

4 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry

5 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry Amazingly different

6 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry Amazingly different Unusual interpretations because of content

7 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry Amazingly different Unusual interpretations because of content “Should not be in the Bible”

8 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry Amazingly different Unusual interpretations because of content “Should not be in the Bible” “Should not be read by pure of heart”

9 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry Amazingly different Unusual interpretations because of content “Should not be in the Bible” “Should not be read by pure of heart” “Talking of love of Christ and the church”

10 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The last of the five books of poetry Amazingly different Unusual interpretations because of content “Should not be in the Bible” “Should not be read by pure of heart” “Talking of love of Christ and the church” The book of Song of Solomon is about... Pure love in marriage

11 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Sections are from the husband (Solomon) Sections are from his wife (Shulamite) Sections are from “the daughters of Jerusalem” (a chorus??) Characters in the Song of Solomon... The wife, the husband and the daughters of Jerusalem

12 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Life of Solomon with many women The husband adores... The beauty of his wife and desires her

13 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Life of Solomon with many women Words of Solomon and married love The husband adores... The beauty of his wife and desires her

14 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Life of Solomon with many women Words of Solomon and married love Comes from his heart The husband adores... The beauty of his wife and desires her

15 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Life of Solomon with many women Words of Solomon and married love Comes from his heart Manifested in his attitude toward her body The husband adores... The beauty of his wife and desires her

16 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon Life of Solomon with many women Words of Solomon and married love Comes from his heart Manifested in his attitude toward her body Absent from his wife, longs to be with her The husband adores... The beauty of his wife and desires her

17 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The wife is a Shulamite, a village N of Jeru. The wife adores... The beauty of her husband and desires him

18 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The wife is a Shulamite, a village N of Jeru. “I am dark, but lovely” The wife adores... The beauty of her husband and desires him

19 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The wife is a Shulamite, a village N of Jeru. “I am dark, but lovely” Different from others The wife adores... The beauty of her husband and desires him

20 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The wife is a Shulamite, a village N of Jeru. “I am dark, but lovely” Different from others Despised by her family The wife adores... The beauty of her husband and desires him

21 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon The wife is a Shulamite, a village N of Jeru. “I am dark, but lovely” Different from others Despised by her family Absent from Solomon, longs to see him The wife adores... The beauty of her husband and desires him

22 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter one He loves herShe desires Him

23 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter one He loves herShe desires Him My love, my filly Your cheeks, your neck You are fair, doves eyes

24 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter one He loves herShe desires Him My love, my fillyHe is fragrance Your cheeks, your neckLies all night with me You are fair, doves eyesHandsome, pleasant Envisions him in house Rose of Sharon Lily of the valley

25 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter two He loves herShe desires Him Love was banner Sustained with food “I am lovesick” His hands embrace Thrilled with his voice He is mine, I am his

26 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter two He loves herShe desires Him Lily among thornsLove was banner “Rise, come away with me”Sustained with food Let me see your face“I am lovesick” Let me hear your voiceHis hands embrace Sweet and lovelyThrilled with his voice He is mine, I am his

27 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter three He loves herShe desires Him Separated, seeks him The one I love Held him, not let go Took to house, stay Longs for his smell Wedding day of joy

28 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter four He loves herShe desires Him You are fair, my love Beautiful eyes of dove Beautiful hair, teeth, lips, mouth Beautiful temples, neck, breasts Fragrant perfume Come away with me Ravished my heart with one look Fragrance better than all spices Honey and milk under your tongue

29 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter four He loves herShe desires Him You are fair, my love Beautiful eyes of dove Beautiful hair, teeth, lips, mouth Beautiful temples, neck, breasts Fragrant perfume Come away with me Ravished my heart with one look Fragrance better than all spices Honey and milk under your tongue “Let my beloved come!”

30 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter five He loves herShe desires Him Thinks he has come—wrong Seeks him, longingly “I am lovesick” Loves his complexion, his head, eyes, cheeks, lips, hands, body, legs, mouth

31 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter six He loves herShe desires Him “I am my beloved and he is mine”

32 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter six He loves herShe desires Him My love you are beautiful“I am my beloved and Loves her eyes, hair, teeth he is mine” Envied by 60 queens/80 concubines My dove, my perfect one Fair as moon, clear as sun Awesome Return, O Shulamite

33 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter seven He loves herShe desires Him Beautiful feet, lovely thighs, navel, breasts, neck, eyes, nose, head, hair, roof of mouth

34 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter seven He loves herShe desires Him Beautiful feet, lovely thighs, “I am my beloved and navel, breasts, neck, eyes, his desire is toward nose, head, hair, roof of me” mouthLet us go together Prepared a feast for you

35 Divine Wisdom—Song of Solomon An overview of the text—Chapter eight He loves herShe desires Him If I found you I would kiss you lead you, give you drink Left hand under head, right hand embraces me Love is strong as death... waters cannot quench love “I became in his eyes as one who brings peace Make haste, my beloved, be like a gazelle on the mountains of spices

36 Removing Sin from Your Life Believe in HimMark 16:16 Repent (turn from sin)Acts 17:30 Confess ChristRom. 10:9 Baptized into ChristGal. 3:26-27 Added to His Kingdom, His Church Be faithful until deathRev. 2:10


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