Aspects of Covenantal Love
(Song of Solomon 8:5-7)
Preached at Poulner Baptist Chapel 5th July 2009
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1. Dependency (Song of Solomon 8v5a)
2. Data (Song of Solomon 8v5b)
3. Desire (Song of Solomon 8v6)
4. Devotion (Song of Solomon 8v7)
How can we respond?
He is the Best of the Best
(Song of Solomon 5:9-6-9)
Preached at Poulner Baptist Chapel 24th May 2009
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How & why is this lover the best? (v9)
1. Portrait of The Lover
a. Radiant! (v10)
b. Unique! (v10)
c. Majestic (v11)
d. Tender (v12)
e. Wise (v13)
f. Almighty v14
g. Strong v15
h. Lovely v16
2. How do we respond? Recap! Conclusion!
Life Under the Apple Tree
(Song of Solomon 2:3-14)
Preached at Poulner Baptist Chapel
25th January 2009
Dave G Roberts
1. The Beloved’s Portrait of the Lover (SoS 2:3-6)
2. The Beloved Encourages Others about the Lover (SoS 2:7-9)
3. Lover is like no other and wants to hear your voice (SoS 2:10-15)
Book of Song of Solomon
Summarised in 1 Minute
Song of Solomon 2:1 & 14- As a lily among thorns, so is my love among the daughters. My dove in the clefts of the rock, In the hiding places of the mountainside, Let me see your face. Let me hear your voice; for your voice is sweet, and your face is lovely.
Song of Solomon 8:7 – Many waters can’t quench love, neither can floods drown it. If a man would give all the wealth of his house for love, he would be utterly scorned.
The book of the Song of Solomon tells a love song depicting the wedding of a young shepherdess Shulamite girl to King Solomon. Ii is also a dramatic analogy of Israel as God’s soon to be bride, and therefore also the Church as the Bride of the Messiah.
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How not to be a Chocolate Christian
How to change Ch-rch to Church!
Have you ever noticed that chocolate melts under pressure & heat? If you haven’t, take a piece of chocolate and hold it between your fingers! It will soon melt! If you are a Christian, you need to be active in your local church so that you don’t melt under pressure and you will remain firm in your faith! Otherwise you will be a chocolate Christian who easily gives up under the stress and pressure of every day life!
At a church local to where you live, you are needed regardless of who you are!
Perhaps this is you?
- Interested observer but not a committed Christian
- Not bothered
- Not good enough
- Just want to be left alone
- Don’t know how to be involved
- Don’t know why being involved is important
- Too busy
But why should you be involved?