Book of Song of Solomon

The book was written in Palestine about 1,000 B.C. and is the literal story of the song concerns Solomon while he was visiting in the northern part of his kingdom. At Shunem he found a shepherdess whose beauty and charm he was so captivated with that he took her to Jerusalem, hoping to win her for his queen of queens. Having already been promised to a shepherd of her own community, she proved herself faithful to his love; she was finally married to him with the sanction of the king and her own family, as can be seen from the headings of the text. The book does not show an interrelationship between Christ and the church by a writing of mystical meanings, but to teach certain lessons which inspire virtue.


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There are no prophecies for this book.

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