Song of Solomo

Song of Solomo. The balance of spirit soul and body.

A poem of relationship – a conversation between Christ and the bride, the church.

Ephesians chapter 5 verse 23:For the husband is the head of the wife as also Christ is the head of the church.  

SS.chapter 1. 9-10: Shepherd – I have compared you my love to my filly among Pharaohs horses. Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments your neck with chains of gold. 

The Shepherd- behold you are fair my love, you have doves eyes.

The Shulamite- behold you are handsome my beloved, yes pleasant.

Jesus has removed the stain and the guilt in our memory. Therefor when we confess our sins, the shepherd can say: You are fair in my eyes, you have dove eyes.

Dove represent the Holy Spirit, the bride have become partaker of the Holy Spirit. 

Roman chapter 8-1:There is therefor no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh but according to the spirit.

Ephesians chapter 5-26:That he may sanctify and cleanse her by the washing of water by the word. A deeper relationship takes place.

Verse 8:We begin to understand the voice of the word and to walk in the spirit.

SSchapter 2-15. Shulamite is hindered. Catch the foxes. 

A fox represent the human soul, the emotion. A horse represent the body and a dove the Holy Spirit. 

2 Corinthians chapter 5 verse 17:If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation, old things has past away and all things have become new.

Foxes have to be dealt with for not to destroy the vine. We need to bring our emotions into subject to the word, because we walk by the spirit. 

Faith comes first and second our feelings. We walk by faith not by feelings.

SS. Chapter 3 – 1-4:The Shulamite – I sought him, but I did not find him. When I found the one I love, I held him and would not let him go.

Many Christians do not honestly long for God, even so they are faithful. The hunger for love is missing. We have to seek him with all our heart, otherwise we will not find him and love will be missing. 

Revelation chapter 2 verse 4: Nevertheless I have this against you that you have left your first love. Remember therefor from where you have fallen repent and do the first work again. 

Ephesians chapter 5-2:Walk in love as Christ also have loved us and given himself for us, an offering and sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling aroma.

By continually seeking the Lord, there will be an inward manifestation of authority in our life, because we were created to reign with him in all eternity. The Lord has a plan and a purpose for each created being. We will know by the  Spirit, an inward desire will be in our heart, as to what the lord has purposed and blessed in our life.  

Acts chapter 19 – 13-17:Some Jewish exorcist called on the name of the Lord Jesus, whom Paul knew, intending to cast out evil spirits.

Verse 15:The evil spirits answered: Jesus I know and Paul I know, but who are you. The 7 sons of a Jewish priest fled the house naked and wounded.

It is strong example of evil power existing in the world even today.

John chapter 3 – 5:I say to you, unless one is born of water and of the spirit, you cannot enter the kingdom of God. Jesus talks about the new birth.

SS.chapter 4 – 7:The beloved: You are fair my love and there is no spot in you.

Verse 12:A garden enclosed is my spouse. 

Verse 13:An orchard of pomegranates is your garden.

Verse 16:The Shulamite: Let my beloved come to his garden and eat its pleasant fruit. 

Exodus chapter 39 – 26:A bell and a pomegranate all around the robe to the minister, as the lord commanded Moses.

Pomegranates symbolizes the anointing for the purpose of God.

SS. Chapter 5:The Shulamite: I have taken of my robe, how can I put it on again. I arose to open for my beloved and my hands dripped with myrrh.

I open for my beloved, but my beloved has turned away and was gone.

I called him, but he gave me no answer.

Myrrh symbolizes suffering. The Shulamite is suffering.

In the world we will experience suffering and persecution. 

Where is my beloved refers to the cross. The beloved was also a man of suffering, who bore our burden and shame.

SS. Chapter 5 – 10-16: Description of the beloved by Shulamite.

He is chief among 10000. His head is like the finest gold. His eyes like doves by the rivers of waters washed with milk. His cheeks are like a bed of spices. The lips are lilies dripping with myrrh, and his mouth is most sweet. 

His hands are rods of gold set with beryl. His body is carved ivory inlaid with sapphires. His legs are pillar of marble set on base of fine gold. Yes, he is altogether lovely and also my friend.

SS.Chapter 6 – 3:The Shulamite: I am my bellowed and the bellowed is mine.

( A deeper relationship’s takes place. )

SS. Chapter 7 – 10:The Shulamite: I am my bellowed and his desire is towards me. ( It is no longer I who lives but Christ who lives in me. )

SS. Chapter 7:The beloved: How beautiful are your feet, O princess daughter and the works of your hands. Your navel is a rounded goblet and your waist is a heap of wheat. How fair and how pleasant you are. You are like a palm tree and your breast are clusters. I said: I will go up to the palm tree and take hold of its branches. Let now your breast be clusters of vine, the fragrance of your breast like apples and the ruff of your mouth like the best vine.  

Ephesians chapter 5 – 28-29:Husband love your wife as your own body. He who loves his wife loves himself so Christ loves the church. 

Ephesians chapter 5 – 31-32:For this reason a man shall live his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh.

This is a great mystery, I speak concerning Christ and the church.