Colossians 1:2-14

Paul talks about the growth of the Gospel, the hope of heaven, the importance of prayer, and of walking worthy of the Gospel. He mentions his helper Epaphras, who was skilled in showing love.

Colossians 1:1-2

An introduction to Paul's letter written from prison to the believers at the church in ancient Colosse, reminding them that their life is "hidden with Christ in God" and that we are "complete in Him!"

Song of Solomon 5:10-8:14

A wrapup of Solomon's poetic allegory about the Lord Jesus and his undying love for his Bride, the Church, whom he has made spotless by his blood.

Song of Solomon 5:6-16

Getting to know the Savior and the Word so that we have an answer for those who ask "Why do you believe in Jesus? Why is he better than anyone else?"

Song of Solomon 4:1-5:5

Any loving couple may struggle with apathy and troubles in the relationship, even between a Christian and the Lord Jesus. Solomon shows how a believer should maintain that loving relationship with Jesus.

Song of Solomon 2:16-3:11

In Solomon's love allegory, the bridegroom declares his love for the bride. In the same way, Jesus declares his love for his believers. And if we're his sheep, we ought to feed our fellow lambs!

Song of Solomon 2:12-15

Solomon's allegory of love shows how God draws us to himself; Jesus told how a person can't truly believe in him unless God the Father "draws him". Yet we have to respond to God as a bride would respond to her beloved suitor.

Song of Solomon 2:4-11

Solomon uses a metaphor of marriage to show the love relationship between Jesus Christ and his Bride, the church. If we love Him, let us spend time with Him!

Song of Solomon 2:1-7

In Solomon's love allegory, Jesus Christ is compared to the Rose of Sharon, the Lily of the Valley. He takes us to "his banqueting table, and his banner over us is love."

Song of Solomon 1:14-17

Solomon's allegory continues comparing that ideal starry-eyed love between a man and his bride, with the love that Christ has for us, his Bride. Here we see the use of aromatic spices and woods.

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