In this study of Song of Solomon, Jesus is compared to a rose of Sharon, a lily of the valley, and an orange tree with large, healthy fruit and flowers that you could smell a block away. Travel with us through the land of Israel as we enjoy the view of flowers and fruit trees, which all speak to us of the loveliness of Christ.
The loveliness of Jesus. That’s one of the things our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, emphasized in our continuing study of the Song of Solomon. Witness first hand the delight the bride and bridegroom continue to find in one another.
Our study of the Song of Solomon continues as we find the young Shulamite girl and the shepherd boy growing in affection for one another. Join us at the king’s round table as Dr. J. Vernon McGee explains the parallels between their interactions and our relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ.
A wonderful picture of the love God has for His beloved. That’s how our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, describes the Old Testament book of Song of Solomon. Travel with us as our study of chapter one continues and we begin to discover the depths of God’s love for each of us.
In our introduction to the Song of Solomon, we began to see it’s not only a marvelous illustration of ideal married love, but it’s also a picture of the love relationship between the believer and Jesus Christ. Meet us in chapter one as the epic love story begins with a kiss.
Salvation is a love affairwe love God because He first loved us. That’s what we’ll find as we study the Song of Solomon. Join us as Dr. J. Vernon McGee introduces us to the young Shulamite girl and the shepherd to whom she gives her heart.
The holy of holies. That’s what the Song of Solomon has been called through the ages. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we begin our fascinating study of this book by first taking a look at the four meanings that have been found.
Get back to God. That’s the advice we hear today as we conclude King Solomon’s search for fulfillment in Ecclesiastes. Join us for the final message in this terrific study that reminds us the only solution to the problems in life is Jesus Christ our Lord.
A good lie. That’s what our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, calls this section of scripture. Hop aboard the Bible Bus and join us as King Solomon continues to look for satisfaction apart from God and finds only emptiness.
Can life be good without God? That’s the experiment King Solomon explores in the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes. Join us as his experiment continues in Ecclesiastes, chapters 9 and 10.