In American churches, the Song Of Solomon is traditionally thought of as an allegory of the love between Jesus, and the church. In Hebrew tradition, it is an allegory about the love of God for the Hebrew people, or "Jehovahas Wife" While both interpretations can be considered accurate, there is a third and mostly overlooked interpretation, and that is that it is a poetic representation of the earthly life, ministry, crucifixion, death burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, & His continued ministry to the church, through the Holy Spirit from Heaven. This commentary is an attempt to outline this third interpretation in clear, concise language for the edification of the church and the body of Jesus Christ.
Greg McNeely is a Christian writer, with forty three years experience in the warp & woof of Christian ministry. His experiences include growing up for the first five an one half years of his life in Ensenada and Mexicali Old Mexico, where his parents, Harry & Phyllis McNeely were missionaries, and pastored a small Church Of Christ. At various times in his Christian walk Greg has served his Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ as a Music Director, Preacher, Sunday School Teacher, Bible Teacher, Van Minister & Singer. Greg has written several sermons, outlines, Bible studies, and two Biblical commentaries, he lives with his lovely wife June, youngest son, Steven, and two dogs: Pepper & Samson, in Wichita Falls Texas.
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