“Let My Beloved Come” (Song of Solomon 4:16)

The believer wants Christ to dwell with us. She says, “Let my Beloved come into His garden and eat His precious fruits (vs16).” We are His, entirely, and we submit unto His perfect will. He is our highest pleasure and honor. We want nothing more than to be with Him, commune with Him, and give … Continue reading “Let My Beloved Come” (Song of Solomon 4:16)

“All Chief Spices” (Song 4:13-14)

The believer is fragrant and fruitful. He says, “Your shoots are an orchard of pomegranates, with precious fruits, henna with spikenard plants, spikenard and saffron, cane and cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense, myrrh and aloes, with all the chief spices (vs13-14).” These spices are the fragrance of the gospel produced by us through the … Continue reading “All Chief Spices” (Song 4:13-14)

“A Fountain Sealed” (Song 4:12)

“A garden shut up is my sister, my bride, a spring shut up, a fountain sealed.” vs12 The believer is safe and protected. Surely, God’s elect are safe, when we’ve been predestined to life everlasting. Surely, nothing can stop God who’s covenanted to save us (Rom 8:29). Salvation is a promise - a gift God … Continue reading “A Fountain Sealed” (Song 4:12)

“Your Love, My Sister” (Song 4:10)

“How fair is your love, my sister, my bride! How much better is your love than wine and the fragrance of your oils than all manner of spices!” vs10 The Lord delights in the love of His people. He’s put this love in us, but He marvels all the same with rejoicing. He told the … Continue reading “Your Love, My Sister” (Song 4:10)