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Song of Songs 6: Where has your beloved turned, That we may seek him with you? Where has your beloved turned? Tell us, that we may seek him with you. NLT - Where has your lover gone, O woman of rare beauty? Which way did he turn so we can help you find him?
Most beautiful among women - same description in Song 1: Reformation Study Bible Beautiful yapheh is an adjective meaning lovely, beautiful, describing beauty of women Ge Good looking or handsome men 2Sa Jerusalem was described as "beautiful in elevation.
NET - My beloved has gone down to his garden, to the flowerbeds of balsam spices, to graze in the gardens, and to gather lilies. NLT - My lover has gone down to his garden, to his spice beds, to browse in the gardens and gather the lilies.
There are only 2 other uses in the OT - Isaiah 5: Beloved dod means beloved, loved one. Dod conveys three thoughts 1 the name or address given by one lover to another Song 5: Love is used symbolically of Jerusalem reaching the "age for love" Ezek Dod speaks of the adultery of Jerusalem in Ezek The Lxx uses agapao to translate dod in Song 1: In most of the other uses in the Song of Solomon, the Greek noun adelphidos is used Song 2: It can also mean kinsman.
His garden - In Ecclesiastes we read Solomon's record "I made gardens and parks for myself, and I planted in them all kinds of fruit trees. Carr interprets this differently - This may, of course, be a literal garden, but on the analogy of Song 4: In five cases, it is used figuratively Hypocatastasis to describe her body or the sexual love of the couple Song 4: There is only one usage in which it might refer to a real garden Song 8: Solomon did, in fact, own a great many gardens Eccl 2: On their wedding night, the bride presented herself to Solomon as his garden.
The flock is the people; the lilies represent the produce of the land. This realization leads to the strong affirmation in the next verse that the husband and wife belong to each other.
Thus, the two options are: All its uses appear to be either literal or figurative descriptions of sheep grazing. Thus, there are two options: Of these five are unequivocally used figuratively as descriptions of a woman or women Song 2: The closest parallel to Song 6: However, this still leaves a question as to what the lilies represent in Song 2: He is kissing her mouth just as a sheep would graze among lilies.
However, several other factors support the Beloved interpretation: NLT - I am my lover's, and my lover is mine. He browses among the lilies. Young Man The idea of her affirmation could be expressed "I belong to my beloved, and my lover belongs to me.
Originally, she focused on her possession of him, now she focused on his possession of her.
My beloved is mine, and I am his. Some people note that in the first the emphasis is on what belongs to her; in the second the emphasis is on whom she belongs to.
So between verses 2 and 3 they worked out their differences. She repeats what she had said some time in the past possibly years earlier in Song 2: Henry Morris on my beloved is mine - The bride quickly found her husband, and testifies concerning their union in Song of Solomon 6:This site is run by Andrew & Wendy Raynerwho are based in Felixstowe, Suffolk, UK.
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Joe Guglielmo's Sermon Notes Song Please turn in your Bibles this evening to Song of Solomon 6 as we continue our study through the Word of God and we finish up this love story or this love song .
Harper Valley PTA. This song, Harper Valley PTA, sung by Jeannie C. Riley, was based upon a true story when Jeannie was only 9 years old.
She happened to meet a single mother in her small town, and like most small towns, there was the telegraph, the telephone, and tell a neighbor.