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Song of Solomon, also known as Song of Songs, is known for its theme of love. It is by far the most sensual book of the Bible and has been known to make many of our more conservative brothers and sisters blush. Of course, that just means there's even more to learn from this book than meets the eye!

Song of Solomon is one of two books in which God is never actually mentioned (the other is

). Like with the book of Esther, we can see the symbolism of God and our relationship with Him in the book even though He isn't mentioned by name.

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Author

As implied by the name, Song of Solomon was written by King Solomon, the son of David. This is the standard position held by Judaism and Christianity. Not only does the title attribute authorship Solomon, 1 Kings 4:32 confirms that Solomon wrote 1005 songs (Song of Solomon being the one preserved by God). However, there are critics who believe the book was not written by Solomon.

Critics argue that Solomon's name was added to the title later, despite the fact that there isn't any proof of this. Biblical scholars argue that the structure of the book, which pays homage to the symbolic numbers 7 and 10, supports the inclusion of the name at the beginning of authorship because it marks the 7th occurrence of Solomon's name in the book (I'll talk about the structure in this post too).[1]

Personally, I find it hard to believe someone would be able to successfully pass off a writing as that of the famed King Solomon. Solomon was highly respected by the Israelites and is known as one of the best kings to ever rule the nation. Granted the average person may not have been well versed on Solomon's life and writings, the scribes and priests would have been. In order for a scroll to miraculously appear and be attributed to Solomon, it would have had to come at the hands of someone who handled the records. This person would not have been solely in charge of this task (Numbers shows that responsibilities were doled out by tribe and family). Other scribes and priests allowing this insertion to slide, though possible, seems quite unlikely, to me.

The more logical argument against Solomon being the author of book is that he had 700 wives and 300 concubines.[1] It's hard to imagine a man knowing anything about love with that many women at his beck and call. However, once again, if you break down the facts and look other relationships in the Bible, you'll see that this is also a faulty conclusion.

For starters, it's unlikely that Solomon was intimate and close with all of his wives and concubines. For the concubines alone, if he slept with a different woman each night, it would take him almost a year to sleep with all of them. If you include all his female companions, he'd have to sleep with at least 3 different women each day to be able to say he slept with all of them within the year. I know some men may think of that as a dream come true, but let's face it, it would be pretty hard to run an entire nation and manage that that many women, too.

More than likely, many of his "marriages" were actually treaties and for show. If you've ever studied history, you know that the easiest way to prevent war or to grow power is to unify two kingdoms. Throughout history, alliances were formed through the marriage of royals. In some cases it may even expand a ruler's domain. For instance, if a king only had daughters and his daughter married the king (or king to be) of another nation, the daughter's husband had a better chance of "usurping" the throne from any male relatives who would challenge her rule as queen. It was customary for nations to send kings their princesses to cement ties between the nations. A lot of these marriages were probably political and Solomon may have only spoken to some of these women once or twice.

Regardless of Solomon's relationship with each of his wives, the truth is, he was bound to love one more than the other. It's hard not to choose favorites... Whether it's with friends, children, aunts/uncles, etc., if we're honest, there's usually a favorite. Just because Solomon had 699 wives, it doesn't mean that he couldn't have fallen madly in love with number 700. Furthermore, if he was madly in love with the first woman he married, it doesn't mean he wouldn't have taken other wives/concubines for political purposes.

On a smaller scale, we can see this scenario play out for two other Biblical patriarchs: Abraham and Jacob. Abraham was in love with and married Sarah. However, when Sarah wasn't able to conceive, she gave him Hagar as a wife. Sarah was still Abraham's love, he simply took on an extra wife as a means to an end. Jacob did the same thing. Jacob was always in love with Rachel, and his favoritism of Joseph, Rachel's first born child, proves this never waned. Jacob was tricked into marrying Leah, and given two additional wives when Rachel and Leah went through periods of barrenness.

In the end, neither argument against Solomon being the author is based on factual evidence and the ideals behind them are faulty as well. There isn't any solid evidence to argue that Solomon wasn't the author, so we take the Bible at its word that Solomon is the author.

Date Written

Another reason to believe Solomon really did write this book is that there is compelling evidence that dates the work to his time period. The style of writing matches the Egyptian love songs of Solomon's era[1]β€”let's not forget one of his wives was Egyptian (1 Kings 3:1). This would place the date of authorship roughly between 1000 BCΒ and 930 BC. Tradition holds that Solomon wrote this book in His youth, before he grew his harem of wives.

Song Structure

Do you remember in school when they taught poetry units? There were different types of poems that had different requirements for their structuresβ€”some had a specific number of syllables or a rhyme scheme. Solomon's poem has structure, too. This is just more proof that the Bible is great literature!

Chiasm

Solomon's poem uses a chiastic structure. A chiasm is created when ideas are presented in sequences, followed by the mirror of each idea in the opposite sequence. For example, if you have two ideas (A and B), and their mirrors (A' and B'), the poem would be presented as ABB'A'.[3]

Song of Solomon has the following outline:[2]

A : The Beginning of the Story

B : Invitation to Enjoy a Spring Day

C : Night of Separation (Preceding the Wedding)

D : Wedding Day

C': Night of separation (Following the Wedding)

B': Invitation to Enjoy a Spring Day

A': The Conclusion of the Story

Numbers

In the Bible, the numbers 3, 7, 10, 12, and 40 often appear in conjunction with God. 3 represents the Godhead and perfection. 7 represents spiritual completion (7 days of the week, 7 feasts, 7 judgments, etc.). 12 usually represents a nation (the 12 tribes of Israel, 12 Disciples, 12 sons of Ishmael, etc.). 40 usually represents a generationβ€”the Israelites wandered for 40 years, until the old generation had passed away.[4]

As I said earlier, Solomon's name appears exactly 7 times. These 7 occurrences are actually symmetrical. Solomon's name is mentioned twice in the last section, thrice during the central section, and once during the first section. If you include the title to make 7 occurrences, his name occurs twice in the first section.

There are also 7 sections. In Song of Solomon 4:1-5, seven praises are given to the woman.[1]

The number 10 also is utilized. A grouping of 10 praises is given both in Song of Solomon 5:10-15 and 7:1-5. Also, the abstract word for love (in Hebrew) can be found 10 times throughout the text.[1]

Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

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You Are What You Eat: 1 Timothy 4:1-7
1 TimothyTimothyFood and DietClean and Unclean
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You Are What You Eat: Mark 7:15
Food and DietClean and UncleanMatthewMark
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You Are What You Eat: Isaiah 66
Food and DietClean and UncleanIsaiahProphecy
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You Are What You Eat: Romans 14
Food and DietClean and UncleanRomans
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You Are What You Eat: Acts 10
Food and DietActsPeterDiscipleship
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Poetic Justice
Literary Devices
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Numbers 36: Female Inheritance
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 33: Record of the Journey
NumbersChapter StudyCanaanFalse Deities and Prophets
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Numbers 32: Inheritance
NumbersChapter StudyRuebenGad
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Numbers 31: Spoils of War
NumbersChapter StudyClean and UncleanFalse Deities and ProphetsMidian
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R.E.A.P. Method
Study the WordPsalms
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S.O.A.P. Method
ExodusTithesMoneyStudy the Word
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F.E.A.S.T. Method
PsalmsStudy the WordFaith
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Numbers 28-29: Feasts & Offerings
NumbersChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysSacrifice
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Numbers 35: Special Cities
NumbersChapter StudyMurderPovertyLeviRepentance and Forgiveness
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Numbers 26-27: The Second Census
NumbersChapter StudyMosesJoshua (person)Leadership
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Numbers 25: Idolatry & Israel
NumbersChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsMoabRelationships
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Numbers 30: Vows
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 34: Boundaries of Israel
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 22-24: Balak, Balaam, and the Talking Donkey
NumbersChapter StudyMoabAnimalsMessianic ProphecyProphecyFalse Deities and Prophets
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Numbers 20-21: The Journey Continues
NumbersChapter StudyEdomCanaanSymbolismMoab
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Numbers 20: Moses Sins
NumbersChapter StudySymbolismMosesAaronWater
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Numbers 20: Miriam’s Death
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 19: Purification
NumbersChapter StudyDeathClean and UncleanSacrifice
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Numbers 16-18: Rebellion
NumbersChapter StudyIntercessory PrayerAaronPriesthoodTithesDeath
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Numbers 13-14: Scouting
NumbersChapter StudyJoshua (person)CalebNephilim and Giants
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Numbers 15: Reminders
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 10-12: From Sinai to Paran
NumbersChapter StudyMosesAaronMiriamEthiopiaRelationshipsFood and Diet
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Numbers 8-10: Instructions
NumbersChapter StudyLeviPassover
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Numbers 7: Tribal Princes’ Offerings
NumbersChapter StudySacrificeTemple
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Numbers 5: A Few Laws and a Test
NumbersChapter StudyLawAdultery
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Numbers 3-4: Levite Duties
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 6: The Nazarite Vow
NumbersChapter StudySamsonJohn the BaptistOaths and VowsSamuelFastingClean and UncleanPaul
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Numbers 1-3: The First Census
NumbersChapter StudyAngelsIsraelDanJudahEphraimLeviRueben
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1 Samuel 28-31: Saul’s Last Battle
1 SamuelChapter StudyAmalakitesPhilistineDavidWitchcraftSaul
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2 Samuel 11-12: David and Bathsheba
2 SamuelChapter StudyRelationshipsAdulteryJudgementDavidMurder
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1 Samuel 25: Samuel’s Death and David’s Wives
1 SamuelChapter StudyAbigailRelationshipsWomenDavidSamuelMichal
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1 Samuel 18-27: Saul Tries to Kill David
1 SamuelChapter StudyJonathanRelationshipsSaulDavidPhilistineMurderMichal
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1 Samuel 23: David Saves Keilah
1 SamuelChapter StudyDavidBetrayalPhilistine
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1 Samuel 8-10: A King for Israel
1 SamuelChapter StudyRelationshipsProphecySaulLeadership
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1 Samuel 4-7: The Ark of the Covenant
1 SamuelChapter StudyPlaguesBenjaminPhilistineFalse Deities and ProphetsTemple Furnishings
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1 Samuel 11: Saul Defeats the Ammonites
1 SamuelChapter StudyAmmonSaul
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1 Samuel 1-3: Introducing Samuel
1 SamuelChapter StudyPriesthoodHannahWomenIntercessory PrayerSamuel
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1 Samuel 13-14: Saul’s Army
1 SamuelChapter StudyPhilistineJonathanSaulGenealogy
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1 Samuel 12: Samuel
1 SamuelChapter StudySamuelRepentance and Forgiveness
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1 Samuel 17: David and Goliath
1 SamuelChapter StudyPhilistineDavidNephilim and Giants
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1 Samuel 16: David is Anointed
1 SamuelChapter StudySaulDavidSamuelRelationships
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1 Samuel 15: Saul Sins
1 SamuelChapter StudyAmalakitesSaulRepentance and ForgivenessSamuel
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Genesis 6-9: Noah and the Flood
GenesisChapter StudyNoahWaterJudgementCovenantClean and UncleanAnimalsNephilim and Giants
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Jeremiah 1: Jeremiah’s Call
JeremiahChapter StudyDreams and VisionsProphecyJosiah
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Genesis 37-50: The 12 Tribes of Israel
GenesisChapter StudyJosephBenjaminLeviJudahRuebenSimeonZebulunIssacharGadDanManassehEphraimAsherNaphtaliRepentance and ForgivenessFamineEgyptWomenSexual ImoralityGenealogyIncestTamarDreams and VisionsIrony
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Ezra 9-10: Confessions of Sin
EzraChapter StudyRelationships
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Ezra 5-6: Darius’ Decree
EzraChapter StudyPassoverTemplePersia
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Ezra 7-8: Introducing Ezra
EzraChapter StudyLeviTemplePersia
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Ezra 3-4: Reconstruction of the Temple
EzraChapter StudySacrificeTempleTabernaclesPersiaTyre
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Ezra 1: Cyrus’ Decree
EzraChapter StudyBabylonCaptivityTemple
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Deuteronomy 31-34: The Final Address
DeuteronomyChapter Study
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Deuteronomy 27-30: The Third Address
DeuteronomyChapter StudyBlessings & CursesCovenant
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Deuteronomy 5-26: The Second Address (Part 3)
DeuteronomyChapter StudyTithesRelationshipsServants and SlavesSexual AssaultWomenCommandments
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Deuteronomy 5-26: The Second Address (Part 2)
DeuteronomyChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsLeviPriesthoodIsraelJusticeJudgementTithesClean and Unclean
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Deuteronomy 5-26: The Second Address (Part 1)
DeuteronomyChapter StudyCommandmentsLawIsraelLeviFalse Deities and ProphetsCovenant
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Genesis 11-23: Abraham and the Destruction of Sodom & Gomorrah
GenesisChapter StudyAbrahamSarahJudgementLotHagarIshmaelCircumcisionSexual ImoralityIsaacMoab
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The Unnamed Concubine
Character StudyJudgesWomenSexual Assault
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Judges 9-10: Abimelech
JudgesChapter Study
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Judges 10-12: Jephthath
JudgesChapter StudyAmmonEphraimOaths and Vows
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Judges 13-16: Samson
JudgesChapter StudyRelationshipsSamsonWomenPhilistineOaths and VowsDan
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Judges 17-18: Micah and the Tribe of Dan
JudgesChapter StudyDanMoneyLeviFalse Deities and ProphetsTheft
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Acts 1-5: The Early Days of the Church
Chapter StudyActsCainAbelDiscipleshipLyingProphecyMoneyThe ChurchPeterTheft
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Would You Rather?: Fatherly Treatment
Would You RatherEdomJacobJosephGenesisRelationshipsTheft
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Genesis 27-36: Jacob & Esau, Two Nations
GenesisChapter StudyWomenJacobLeahEdomRachelTithesFalse Deities and ProphetsDinahSexual AssaultCircumcisionLeviSimeonGenocideTheft
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Do Not Steal
DeuteronomyExodusCommandmentsLawTheft
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Judges 19-21: A Call to War
JudgesChapter StudySexual AssaultWomenLeviBenjamin
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Judges 6-8: Gideon
JudgesChapter StudyManassehMidianAmalakitesHoly SpiritEphraim
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Judges 4-5: Deborah, Jael, and Barak
JudgesChapter StudyDeborahWomenLeadership
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Judges 3: Othniel and Ehud
JudgesChapter StudyCanaanFalse Deities and ProphetsRelationshipsCaptivityBenjaminMoabAmalakites
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Judges 2: Provoking God
JudgesChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsCommandmentsCanaan
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Judges 1: Judah’s Conquest
Chapter StudyJudgesCanaanJudah
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Genesis 1 & 2: Creation
CreationAdamEveScienceGarden of EdenGenesisChapter StudySabbath
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2 Samuel 21-24: Contradictions on David's Final Days?
2 SamuelChapter StudyDavidSaulDoctrinePhilistine
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2 Samuel 19-20: Israel and Judah
2 SamuelChapter StudyDavidDivision of Israel
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2 Samuel 5-10: David’s Military Success
2 SamuelChapter StudyDavidRelationshipsMessianic Prophecy
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2 Samuel 1-4: After Saul’s Death
2 SamuelChapter StudySaulDavidDivision of Israel
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Exodus 18-20: God’s Commandments
ExodusChapter StudyMosesAaronCommandmentsSinaiFireLeadershipLaw
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Do Not Take the LORD’s Name in Vain
CommandmentsDeuteronomyExodusNames of GodBlasphemy
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Keep the Sabbath Holy
SabbathCommandments
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Deuteronomy 28: The Curse of Israel & The Black Israelite Theory
DeuteronomyChapter StudyRacismIsraelGenealogy
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Acts 16: Timothy Was Biracial…Sort Of
ActsChapter StudyTimothyGenealogyCircumcisionPaulWomenBaptism
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Acts 15: Disagreements in the Church
ActsChapter StudyPaulPeterLeadershipCommandmentsSalvationCircumcisionRepentance and Forgiveness
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Acts 13-14: The First Missionary Journey of Paul
ActsChapter StudyLeadershipThe ChurchPaulGenealogyDiscipleship
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Acts 12: Peter, Rhoda, and Herod
ActsChapter StudyWomenPeterPersecutionRomeHolidayPassover
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Exodus 32: The Golden Calf
ExodusChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsMosesAaronCommandmentsRepentance and ForgivenessIntercessory Prayer
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Deuteronomy 1-4: The First Address
DeuteronomyChapter StudyMoabAmmonFalse Deities and ProphetsCommandmentsMosesRepentance and ForgivenessJoshua (person)
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Earrings, Piercings, and Christians
LeviticusAppearance
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Leviticus 19-20: Righteousness
LeviticusChapter StudyAppearanceCommandmentsLawSacrificeAdulteryWitchcraftFood and DietFeasts & Holy DaysJustice
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Leviticus 17-18: Immorality
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeFalse Deities and ProphetsSexual Imorality
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Homosexuality in the Bible
LeviticusSexual ImoralitySexual AssaultRelationshipsLawCommandmentsLove
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Leviticus 26-27: Consequences
LeviticusChapter Study
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Leviticus 24-25: Expectations & Appropriate Behavior
LeviticusChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysBlasphemyLawServants and SlavesTemple
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Exodus 33-35: Repentance & The Second Set of Tablets
ExodusChapter StudyRepentance and ForgivenessClean and UncleanIsraelIntercessory PrayerFeasts & Holy DaysMoses
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Would You Rather?: Betray or Deny
Would You RatherJudasPeterRepentance and ForgivenessLuke
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Exodus 28-31: Priesthood
ExodusChapter StudyAaronPriesthoodSacrifice
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Would You Rather?: Feed vs. Heal
Would You RatherSpiritual GIftsJohnMatthew
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Would You Rather?: Ask or Disobey
Would You RatherEstherDaniel
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Would You Rather?: Marriage vs. Singleness
Would You RatherRelationshipsLoveRepentance and ForgivenessHoseaPaul
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Would You Rather?: Plagues vs. Famine
Would You RatherPlaguesExodus
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Would You Rather?: Rahab vs. Mary
Would You RatherRahabMary & JosephWomen
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Irony
Literary Devices
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Allegory
Literary DevicesAllegoryGarden of EdenGenesisFeasts & Holy DaysTempleEsther
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Anthology
Literary DevicesAnthology
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Exodus 35-40: The Tabernacle & Priesthood Pt. 2
ExodusChapter Study
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Exodus 24-27: The Tabernacle
ExodusChapter StudyTempleMosesLeadership
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Exodus 23: Feasts
ExodusChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysPentecostTabernaclesUnleavened Bread
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Introduction to God
Lessons LearnedGenesis
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Genesis 24-26: Isaac, the Second Patriarch
GenesisChapter StudyIsaacRebekahJacobEdomIshmaelCovenantGenealogyPhilistine
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Obadiah 1: Woe to Edom
Chapter StudyObadiahEdomProphecy
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Esther 1: The Demise of a Queen
WomenEstherPersiaChapter Study
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Ruth 4: The Legacy
RuthChapter StudyWomenBoazMessiahRahabTamarGenealogy
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Genesis 11: The Tower of Babel
GenesisChapter StudyBabylonNimrodCommunicationIrony
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Genesis 4: Cain and Abel
CainAbelSacrificeMurderJealousyAngerGenesisChapter Study
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Genesis 3: The Fall of Man
AdamEveSatanGarden of EdenMessianic ProphecySacrificeGenesisChapter StudyIrony
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Exodus 21-23: Expansion of the Law
Chapter StudyExodusPovertyRacismMoneyLawWitchcraftMurderAnimals
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Do Not Commit Adultery
CommandmentsLawAdulteryDavid
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Do Not Kill
CommandmentsLawMurderAngerExodusDeuteronomy
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Honor Thy Mother and Father
CommandmentsLawRelationshipsHamDeuteronomyExodus
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No Graven Images
CommandmentsLawFalse Deities and Prophets
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No Other Gods
CommandmentsLawFalse Deities and ProphetsExodusDeuteronomy
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Exodus 14-17: Leaving Egypt
ExodusChapter StudyEgyptPhilistineMosesMiriamWomenWildernessWaterAmalakitesNames of GodFire
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Exodus 2-4: Raising Up A Leader
MosesAaronMidianEgyptMessiahExodusChapter StudyFire
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Exodus 5-13: The Ten Plagues (and Passover)
PlaguesEgyptExodusMosesAaronPassoverFeasts & Holy DaysChapter StudyGenocide
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Leviticus 23: Feasts & Holy Days
LeviticusChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysPassoverDay of AtonementTabernaclesPentecost
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Nehemiah 7-11: Restoration of Jerusalem
NehemiahChapter StudyTithesGenealogyRepentance and ForgivenessSalvationFeasts & Holy Days
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Esther 8-10: Purim
EstherChapter StudyPurimFeasts & Holy Days
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Leviticus 16: Atonement
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeFeasts & Holy DaysSabbath
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Leviticus 21-22: More on Priests
LeviticusChapter StudyPriesthoodLeviRelationships
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Nehemiah 12-13: Dedication of the Wall
NehemiahChapter Study
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Ezra 2: Those Who Returned
Chapter StudyEzraGenealogy
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Nehemiah 4-6: Opposition
NehemiahChapter StudyMoneySatan
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Nehemiah 3: Rebuilding the Wall
NehemiahChapter StudyJerusalemWomenMessianic Prophecy
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Nehemiah 2: Back to Jerusalem
NehemiahChapter StudyApologeticsJerusalemLeadershipPersia
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Nehemiah 1: Who is Nehemiah?
Chapter StudyNehemiahJudahPersiaCaptivityJerusalemLeadership
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Esther 6&7: Victory
EstherChapter StudyWomenPersiaIrony
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Esther 3-5: The Threat to the Jews
EstherChapter StudyWomenFastingRacismGenocide
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Esther 2: The Rise of Queen Esther
EstherChapter StudyBenjaminWomenPersia
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Leviticus 11-12: Clean and Unclean
LeviticusChapter StudyClean and UncleanFood and Diet
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Leviticus 14-15: Unclean Buildings & Unclean Flesh
LeviticusChapter StudyClean and Unclean
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Leviticus 13-14: Skin Diseases & Leprosy
LeviticusChapter Study
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The Creation and Purpose of Women
WomenEveGenesisGarden of EdenYouTube
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Who Was Jezebel?
JezebelCharacter StudyWomenRacism1 Kings2 KingsRevelationYouTube
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Ruth 3: The Redeeming Relative
RelationshipsBoazRuthChapter Study
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Ruth 1: In the Land of Moab
Chapter StudyRuthWomenMoabBoazRelationshipsFamine
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Ruth 2: The Fields of Boaz
PovertyRelationshipsBoazRuthChapter StudyAllegoryMessiah
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Leviticus 1-6: Offerings
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeOaths and Vows
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Aaron
AaronExodusCharacter StudyLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomy
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Moses
MosesExodusCharacter StudyLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomy
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Mediate Like Abigail
Abigail1 SamuelDavidCharacter StudyWomenYouTube
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Dinah
Character StudyGenesisWomenSexual AssaultDinahJacobLeahLeviSimeonYouTube
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Joseph, son of Jacob
JosephMiracle BirthMental HealthGenesisCharacter Study
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Tamar, daughter of David
Character StudyTamarWomenSexual Assault2 Samuel
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The Life of Leah
LeahJacobGenesisRelationshipsLeviJudahZebulunIssacharDinahSimeonRuebenCharacter StudyRachel
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You Are What You Eat: Introduction
Food and DietClean and Unclean
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Song of Solomon 1-2: The Love Story Begins
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationshipsSolomonRacismPatience
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Song of Solomon 2: Spring Invitation
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationships
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Song of Solomon 3: Night of Separation
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationships
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Song of Solomon 3-5: The Wedding
Song of SolomonChapter StudySymbolismMetaphorLoveRelationships
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Song of Solomon 5-7: The Second Night of Separation
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationshipsSymbolismMetaphorLoveProphecyMessianic Prophecy
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Song of Solomon 7-8: A Second Spring Invitation and Happily Ever After
Song of SolomonChapter Study
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2 Kings 4-8: Elisha’s Miracles
2 KingsChapter StudyMiraclesResurrectionElishaSyriaAngelsSamaria
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2 Kings 3: Jehoram (Israel)
2 KingsChapter StudyJehoramElishaMiraclesMoab
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2 Kings 2: Elisha Succeeds Elijah
2 KingsChapter StudyElijahElishaDeathFireWater
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2 Kings 1: Ahaziah
2 KingsChapter StudyAhaziah/JehoahazDeathElijah
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1 Kings 22: Jehoshaphat Makes Peace
1 KingsChapter StudyJehoshaphatAhaziah/JehoahazSyriaIdolatryAhabElijah
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1 Kings 21: Jezebel Kills Naboth
1 KingsChapter StudyAhabJezebelElijahCovet
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1 Kings 20: The Syrian War
1 KingsChapter StudySyriaElijah
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1 Kings 17-19: Elijah, Ahab, and Jezebel
1 KingsChapter StudyElijahJezebelAhabElishaIdolatryMiraclesMental HealthSyriaResurrection
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1 Kings 16: A Series of Coups
1 KingsChapter StudyLeadershipIssachar
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1 Kings 15: Abijam, Asa, Nadab, & Baasha
1 KingsChapter StudyIdolatryDivision of IsraelLeadership
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1 Kings 13-14: Rehoboam & Jeroboam
1 KingsChapter StudyRehoboamJeroboamIdolatry
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1 Kings 12: The Division of Israel
1 KingsChapter StudyLeadershipIdolatryRehoboamJeroboamDivision of Israel
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1 Kings 11: Solomon’s Downfall
1 KingsChapter StudyEgyptSolomonRelationshipsIdolatry
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1 Kings 5-8: Solomon’s Temple
1 KingsChapter StudyTempleTyreApologeticsSacrificeSolomon
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1 Kings 3-4: A Mother’s Love
1 KingsChapter StudyWisdomWomenWealthSymbolismThe Church
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1 Kings 1-2: Solomon Crowned King
1 KingsChapter StudySolomonDavidWomenDeath
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Ecclesiastes 4: Don’t Go Through Life Alone
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Ecclesiastes 3: A Time For Everything
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Proverbs 10-22: More of Solomon’s Wisdom
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Job 41-42: God’s Final Word
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Job 22-27: The Third Responses
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Job 15-21: The Second Responses
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Questions About Passover
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Job 4-14: The First Responses
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Job 2-3: A Conversation with Friends
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Jonah 1: Running From God
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Job 1&2: The Fall of Job
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Joshua 23-24: The Last Days of Joshua
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Joshua 22: East vs. West
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Joshua 20-21: Cities of Refuge
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Joshua 13: Dividing the Land (Gad, Rueben, and Manasseh)
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Joshua 10-11: The Southern & Northern Campaigns
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Joshua 9&10: The Gibeonites
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Joshua 7&8: The Battle of Ai
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Joshua 6: The Battle of Jericho
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Hagar
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Psalms 1-10
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Joshua 5: Ceremonies in the Promised Land
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Joshua 3-4: Crossing the Jordan River
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Joshua 2: Spies in the Land
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Joshua 1: Preparation
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2 Chronicles 36: Captivity of Judah
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2 Chronicles 34-35: Josiah
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2 Kings 16-17: The Northern Kingdom Captured
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2 Chronicles 33: Manasseh & Amon
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2 Chronicles 29-32: Hezekiah
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2 Chronicles 28: Ahaz
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2 Chronicles 27: Jotham
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2 Chronicles 26: Uzziah
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2 Chronicles 25: Amaziah
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Isaiah 28: Don’t Drink and Preach
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You Are What You Eat: Colossians 2
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Message and Purpose

There are four main interpretations of the book. What I love about the Word is that God can pack so much meaning and information in to a single story!

Marriage: the Church and Christ

There are many who take away a message about Christ and the Church. The New Testament clearly refers to the church as the Bride of Christ and many parallels are drawn between an earthly marriage and our spiritual relationship with Christ. As such, it is natural for Christians to draw parallels between the excitement, beauty, and purity of love and marriage discussed in Song of Solomon and apply them to our relationship with Christ.

Some argue that this cannot be the primary purpose of the book because the church had not yet been revealed to the people.[2] I understand where they are coming from, however, I think the book can still be a metaphor for God's love of His people. While the nature of the church including all who believe in Him was not revealed until the New Testament, God did have the Israelites, who were still unified, at the time Solomon wrote this work. The love that God has for Israel, is the same love a man should have for his wife. I think it's still possible that God could have intended that to be a message for the people of Solomon's day.

Marriage: Infidelity

Another interpretation of the book focuses on infidelity. We know that infidelity or adultery is wrong; it's one of the Ten Commandments, proving that God felt strongly about it. Though we generally talk about infidelity and adultery in relation to marriages, the Bible constantly uses adultery to describe us turning away from God. It makes sense that He would give us an entire book dedicated to warning against adultery.

If you pay close attention in Song of Solomon, the woman in the text falls in love with a shepherd. While some believe the shepherd to be an alias for Solomon, others believe them to be separate people. If the shepherd is not Solomon, then the story is about a woman who stays faithful to her shepherd love and reject the opportunity of infidelity with King Solomon. The underlying message, though overtly about staying true to your spouse, is still about our relationship with God.

A shepherd brings to mind the image of the lowly, the meek, and even the poor. Whereas a king represent wealth, power, and confidence. In staying faithful to the shepherd, the woman makes a statement about the character of the man (the character of God) being more important. People also point out that in the text, the shepherd is always out in the countryside while the king is always in the city. This could be a statement about rejecting the world and worldly things (like power and wealth) for the simplicity of God.[2]

The Remnant Church

Another interpretation of the text is that the woman represents the remnant church of the end time. Her lover represents Jesus. In this context the song tells of the excitement of rejoining with Jesus at His second coming.[2]

Sex and Love

A final interpretation is that the book is an encouragement to keep the purity, beauty, and excitement of marriage in tact.

Unlike all the other books of the Bible, I actually remember the first time I read anything from Song of Solomon. I was in high school and the leader of Youth Ministries at my church was making a point that there was something for everyone in the Bible. She read a passage from Song of Solomon and we were all surprised to hear such passion coming from the Bible. We often think of Christians as prudesβ€”just envision the Puritans! Sex and romance are seemingly taboo subjects in the church, so like menstruation, death, and other taboo subjects, the church pretty much avoids talking about it at all costs.

That's the reason Song of Solomon stands out so much. Solomon has composed a love song that doesn't shy away from this aspect of a marriage. We aren't used to the Word or the church being so open about how love and marriage should be. However, I think that's exactly why God inspired Solomon to write this book.

God ordained marriage in the garden of Eden before the fall. The idea of a man and woman falling in love with each other was part of God's perfect world. Assumably Adam and Eve's marriage would have included the intimacy of sex even if they hadn't eaten the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge. After all, when you take away the sin of lust, jealousy, and pettiness, and then, add natural compassion for all humanity, as it would have been in the Garden of Eden, how could one have broken a marriage covenant without sex being involved? God designed sex and love to be a wonderful experience for mankindβ€”within the confines of a faithful marriage.

I think this message often gets lost as pastors and youth leaders trying to inspire us to keep our hormones in check. Especially in our society where people marry later (leaving hormones raging for longer) and everything we see promotes sex and sensuality. So, instead of it being seen as the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, it's taught as something to be ashamed of. Like with most things, if you simply ignore it, it festers and Christians turn to worldly sources to get information about Godly pleasures. That's a recipe for disaster.

Song of Solomon reminds us that love and intimacy go hand in hand. It reminds us of what we have to look forward to in our spouse, while at the same time reminding us of the spiritual love and intimacy we have with our Savior.

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Lessons Learned: Love is Just Complicated

Ultimately, Song of Solomon is about love and marriage, both literally and spiritually. Knowing that, the details proved to be more complex than I expected. Reading Song of Solomon was like reading an assignment for AP Lit; sometimes I would read a passage multiple times and still not be able to put my finger on exactly what was being said. Or, in some cases, I would have an inkling about what it meant, but I wasn't sure why it was relevant. Of course, like most of the literature I read in my English classes, there are many nuances and tidbits that can be mined out of Song of Solomonβ€”I'm afraid I've missed many of them on this read through.

For this book, I spent a lot of time reading Bible commentaries to understand even the flow of the story, which tells me I should revisit it in the near future... While I think commentaries are excellent study tools and can help us see new angles in the text, I don't like relying on commentaries to understand the basic principles of the book. They should be supplemental not used the way we used Sparks Notes in high school.

Who is Speaking?

One of the harder things to keep straight was who was narrating the song at each point. Sometimes it was the woman, other times the man, but on occasion it was the daughters of Jerusalem! I think being actively aware of who is speaking and to whom they are speaking is the starting point for understanding the book.

The Marriage Aspect

As a Christian, it's really easy to sum this book up as the love between Christ and the Church. Like the Feast Days, this message was a shadow pointing up to Christ, but the fact that God had Solomon write this so many years before Christ or even heavy Messianic prophecyβ€”such as found in Daniel or Isaiahβ€”was given, leads me to believe there's more to it than just that. Readers from Solomon's day were expected to get something from the text as well. Therefore, we should also consider what is being said about Earthly marriages. Marriage is one of two practices God created before the fall. A perfect world would still have had marriage, so it stands to reason that God would want us to cherish it! The other books of the Bible gloss over marriage and love in favor of other key details of the narrative. Song of Solomon takes us back to this gift God has given us so that we can understand it more and truly appreciate it.

Revisit

Because it was difficult for me to put all the pieces together in Song of Solomon (there's so much figurative language!), I don't have much to say outside of the general premise of the book. Once I finish my read through the entire Bible, or perhaps even before then if the Spirit moves me, I will revisit this book. Hopefully on that pass, I will feel more connected to and understand the text at a deeper level.

References

  1. Holman Bible Publishers.Β Holman KJV Study Bible, pg. 1107-1111. 2014
  2. William MacDonald.Β Believer's Bible Commentary, pg. 919-921. 1995
  3. "Chiastic Structure".Β Wikipedia; visited November 18, 2017
  4. Numbers In Scripture.Β Bible Study for Life; visited November 18, 2017

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1 Kings 20: The Syrian War
1 KingsChapter StudySyriaElijah
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1 Kings 16: A Series of Coups
1 KingsChapter StudyLeadershipIssachar
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1 Kings 15: Abijam, Asa, Nadab, & Baasha
1 KingsChapter StudyIdolatryDivision of IsraelLeadership
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1 Kings 13-14: Rehoboam & Jeroboam
1 KingsChapter StudyRehoboamJeroboamIdolatry
πŸ“–
1 Kings 12: The Division of Israel
1 KingsChapter StudyLeadershipIdolatryRehoboamJeroboamDivision of Israel
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1 Kings 11: Solomon’s Downfall
1 KingsChapter StudyEgyptSolomonRelationshipsIdolatry
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1 Kings 5-8: Solomon’s Temple
1 KingsChapter StudyTempleTyreApologeticsSacrificeSolomon
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1 Kings 3-4: A Mother’s Love
1 KingsChapter StudyWisdomWomenWealthSymbolismThe Church
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1 Kings 1-2: Solomon Crowned King
1 KingsChapter StudySolomonDavidWomenDeath
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Ecclesiastes 12: The Meaning of Life
EcclesiastesChapter StudyDeathRepentance and ForgivenessWisdom
πŸ“–
Ecclesiastes 11: Invest in Life
EcclesiastesChapter StudyNature
πŸ“
The Gospels
MatthewMarkLukeJohn
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Ecclesiastes 8-10: Wisdom
EcclesiastesChapter StudyCommandmentsLeadershipDeathMoney
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Ecclesiastes 7: Wise Sayings
EcclesiastesChapter StudyWisdomDeathWomenAngerFalse Doctrine
πŸ“–
Ecclesiastes 5-6: Religion & Wealth
EcclesiastesChapter StudyPovertyMoneyCommunicationOaths and Vows
πŸ“–
Ecclesiastes 4: Don’t Go Through Life Alone
EcclesiastesChapter StudyRelationships
πŸ“–
Ecclesiastes 3: A Time For Everything
EcclesiastesChapter StudyDeathSeasons
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Ecclesiastes 1-2: The Futility of Life
Chapter StudyEcclesiastesWaterDeathMoneyWisdom
πŸ“–
Psalms 51-55
Chapter StudyPsalmsDavidSacrificeCommunication
πŸ“–
Psalms 41-50
Chapter StudyPsalmsBook 1Book 2PovertyRelationshipsBaptismMoney
πŸ“–
Psalms 31-40
Chapter StudyPsalmsRepentance and ForgivenessCommunicationMessianic ProphecyBook 1
πŸ“–
Psalms 11-20
Chapter StudyPsalmsBook 1DeathPovertyMessianic ProphecyJobJosephAbrahamMosesPatiencePeace
πŸ“–
Psalms 21-30
Chapter StudyPsalmsMessianic ProphecyBook 1DeathLeadershipIntercessory PrayerDavid
πŸ“–
Proverbs 31: A Virtuous Woman
ProverbsChapter StudyPovertyDrunkennessWomen
πŸ“–
Proverbs 30: Agur’s Proverbs
ProverbsChapter StudyWisdomDeathAnimals
πŸ“–
Proverbs 25-29: Hezekiah’s Collection
ProverbsChapter StudyHezekiahPridePovertyAngerMoney
πŸ“–
Proverbs 23&24: Saying of the Wise
ProverbsChapter StudyWisdomAdulteryLying
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Proverbs 10-22: More of Solomon’s Wisdom
ProverbsChapter StudyPrideWisdomAngerRepentance and ForgivenessWomenJusticeLyingCommandmentsRelationshipsMoney
πŸ“–
Proverbs 1-9: Exhortations and Warnings
ProverbsChapter StudySolomonWisdomSymbolismAdulteryWomenPeace
πŸ“–
Job 41-42: God’s Final Word
JobChapter StudyAnimalsWaterRepentance and Forgiveness
πŸ“
Homosexuality in the Bible
LeviticusSexual ImoralitySexual AssaultRelationshipsLawCommandmentsLove
πŸ“–
Job 38-40: God Speaks
JobChapter StudyAnimalsScience
πŸ“–
Job 32-37: Elihu Intervenes
JobChapter StudyScienceWaterPrideWisdom
πŸ“–
Job 28-31: Job’s Monologue
JobChapter StudyScienceJusticeWisdom
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Job 22-27: The Third Responses
JobChapter StudyScienceJustice
πŸ“–
Job 15-21: The Second Responses
JobChapter StudyMental Health
πŸ“–
Job 2-3: A Conversation with Friends
JobChapter StudyMental HealthRelationshipsDeath
πŸ“
Questions About Passover
PassoverFeasts & Holy DaysUnleavened Bread
πŸ“–
Jonah 4: Selfish Righteousness
JonahChapter StudyAngerMental HealthRepentance and ForgivenessAssyria
πŸ“–
Job 4-14: The First Responses
JobChapter StudyRelationships
πŸ“–
Jonah 1: Running From God
Chapter StudyJonahWaterDavidAnimalsRepentance and ForgivenessMessiahFaith
πŸ“–
Job 1&2: The Fall of Job
JobChapter StudyMoneySatanBlessings & Curses
πŸ“–
Joshua 23-24: The Last Days of Joshua
JoshuaChapter StudyDeath
πŸ“–
Joshua 22: East vs. West
JoshuaChapter StudyTempleSacrificeDivision of Israel
πŸ“–
Joshua 20-21: Cities of Refuge
JoshuaChapter StudyAaronLeviPriesthoodMurder
πŸ“–
Joshua 18-19: Dividing the Land (Benjamin, Simeon, Zebulun, Issachar, Asher, Naphtali, Dan)
JoshuaChapter StudyTempleBenjaminSimeonZebulunIssacharAsherNaphtaliDanProphecy
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Joshua 14-15: Dividing the Land (Judah)
JoshuaChapter StudyCalebJudah
πŸ“–
Joshua 13: Dividing the Land (Gad, Rueben, and Manasseh)
JoshuaChapter StudyAmmonGadManassehRuebenCanaanGenealogySyria
πŸ“–
Joshua 12&13: Conquered Lands
JoshuaChapter StudyDivision of IsraelCanaanPhilistineAmmonSyria
πŸ“–
Joshua 10-11: The Southern & Northern Campaigns
JoshuaChapter StudyNephilim and GiantsPhilistineGoliath
πŸ“–
Joshua 9&10: The Gibeonites
JoshuaChapter StudyGibeonCanaanOaths and VowsMiracles
πŸ“–
Joshua 7&8: The Battle of Ai
JoshuaChapter StudyDeuteronomyCovetTheft
πŸ“–
Joshua 6: The Battle of Jericho
JoshuaChapter StudyJerichoEgyptRahabNimrod
πŸ“–
Psalms 1-10
Chapter StudyPsalmsBook 1Messianic ProphecySymbolismProphecyCovenantJusticeDavid
πŸ“–
Genesis 37-50: The 12 Tribes of Israel
GenesisChapter StudyJosephBenjaminLeviJudahRuebenSimeonZebulunIssacharGadDanManassehEphraimAsherNaphtaliRepentance and ForgivenessFamineEgyptWomenSexual ImoralityGenealogyIncestTamarDreams and VisionsIrony
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Genesis 11: The Tower of Babel
GenesisChapter StudyBabylonNimrodCommunicationIrony
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Irony
Literary Devices
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Genesis 3: The Fall of Man
AdamEveSatanGarden of EdenMessianic ProphecySacrificeGenesisChapter StudyIrony
πŸ“–
Esther 6&7: Victory
EstherChapter StudyWomenPersiaIrony
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Hagar
Character StudyHagarWomenSarahAbrahamIshmael
πŸ“–
Joshua 5: Ceremonies in the Promised Land
JoshuaChapter StudyCircumcisionPassoverCanaan
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Joshua 1: Preparation
JoshuaChapter StudyLeadershipCovenantJoshua (person)Law
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Joshua 2: Spies in the Land
JoshuaChapter StudyRahabWomenLyingFaith
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Joshua 3-4: Crossing the Jordan River
JoshuaChapter StudyTemple FurnishingsJoshua (person)WaterBaptism
πŸ“–
Deuteronomy 1-4: The First Address
DeuteronomyChapter StudyMoabAmmonFalse Deities and ProphetsCommandmentsMosesRepentance and ForgivenessJoshua (person)
πŸ“–
2 Kings 16-17: The Northern Kingdom Captured
2 KingsChapter StudyAhazAssyriaCaptivitySamariaTempleSyriaHosheaIdolatry
πŸ“–
2 Chronicles 36: Captivity of Judah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyBabylonCaptivityNebuchadnezzarEliakim/JehoiakimAhaziah/JehoahazZedekiah
πŸ“–
2 Chronicles 33: Manasseh & Amon
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyAmonManassehJosiahJudahFalse Deities and ProphetsRepentance and Forgiveness
πŸ“–
2 Chronicles 34-35: Josiah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyJosiahJoashEgyptPassoverTemple Furnishings
πŸ“–
2 Chronicles 28: Ahaz
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyOdedFalse Deities and ProphetsSyriaAssyriaDivision of IsraelEdomPhilistineAhazJotham
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2 Chronicles 29-32: Hezekiah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyHezekiahMusicPassoverDeathIsaiah the prophetAssyriaLevi
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2 Chronicles 26: Uzziah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyEgyptAmmonPhilistineUzziahJothamEdom
πŸ“–
2 Chronicles 27: Jotham
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyJothamUzziahLeadershipAmmon
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2 Chronicles 17-20: Jehoshaphat
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyAmmonMoabJehoshaphatDivision of IsraelReconciliation
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2 Chronicles 21: Jehoram
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyJehoramPlaguesDeathEdomElijahAhabFalse Deities and ProphetsMurder
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2 Chronicles 22: Ahaziah and Athaliah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyWomenAthaliahAhaziah/JehoahazJehoramMurderSyria
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2 Chronicles 25: Amaziah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyMurderFalse Deities and ProphetsDeathAmaziahEdom
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2 Chronicles 13: Abijah
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyAbijahJeroboamDivision of IsraelGenealogy
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2 Chronicles 14-16: Asa
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyAsaEthiopiaDeath
πŸ“–
2 Chronicles 10-12: Rehoboam & The Division of Israel
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyRehoboamSolomonJeroboamEgyptAaronDivision of Israel
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2 Chronicles 8-10: Queen of Sheba
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyWomenEthiopiaMoney
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2 Chronicles 1-7: Solomon Builds the Temple
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyTempleTemple FurnishingsSolomonEgyptTyre
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Would You Rather?: Betray or Deny
Would You RatherJudasPeterRepentance and ForgivenessLuke
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2 Chronicles 23-24: Athaliah and Joash
2 ChroniclesChapter StudyAthaliahJoashProphecyDeath
πŸ“–
1 Samuel 18-27: Saul Tries to Kill David
1 SamuelChapter StudyJonathanRelationshipsSaulDavidPhilistineMurderMichal
πŸ“–
1 Samuel 28-31: Saul’s Last Battle
1 SamuelChapter StudyAmalakitesPhilistineDavidWitchcraftSaul
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1 Samuel 25: Samuel’s Death and David’s Wives
1 SamuelChapter StudyAbigailRelationshipsWomenDavidSamuelMichal
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1 Samuel 23: David Saves Keilah
1 SamuelChapter StudyDavidBetrayalPhilistine
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1 Samuel 11: Saul Defeats the Ammonites
1 SamuelChapter StudyAmmonSaul
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1 Samuel 8-10: A King for Israel
1 SamuelChapter StudyRelationshipsProphecySaulLeadership
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1 Samuel 1-3: Introducing Samuel
1 SamuelChapter StudyPriesthoodHannahWomenIntercessory PrayerSamuel
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1 Samuel 12: Samuel
1 SamuelChapter StudySamuelRepentance and Forgiveness
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1 Samuel 13-14: Saul’s Army
1 SamuelChapter StudyPhilistineJonathanSaulGenealogy
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1 Samuel 16: David is Anointed
1 SamuelChapter StudySaulDavidSamuelRelationships
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1 Samuel 15: Saul Sins
1 SamuelChapter StudyAmalakitesSaulRepentance and ForgivenessSamuel
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1 Samuel 17: David and Goliath
1 SamuelChapter StudyPhilistineDavidNephilim and Giants
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1 Samuel 4-7: The Ark of the Covenant
1 SamuelChapter StudyPlaguesBenjaminPhilistineFalse Deities and ProphetsTemple Furnishings
πŸ“–
Numbers 28-29: Feasts & Offerings
NumbersChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysSacrifice
πŸ“–
Numbers 31: Spoils of War
NumbersChapter StudyClean and UncleanFalse Deities and ProphetsMidian
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Numbers 32: Inheritance
NumbersChapter StudyRuebenGad
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Numbers 33: Record of the Journey
NumbersChapter StudyCanaanFalse Deities and Prophets
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Numbers 22-24: Balak, Balaam, and the Talking Donkey
NumbersChapter StudyMoabAnimalsMessianic ProphecyProphecyFalse Deities and Prophets
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1 Kings 9-10: Solomon’s Reputation and Wealth
1 KingsChapter StudySolomonMoneyTyreEthiopia
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Song of Solomon 7-8: A Second Spring Invitation and Happily Ever After
Song of SolomonChapter Study
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Song of Solomon 5-7: The Second Night of Separation
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationshipsSymbolismMetaphorLoveProphecyMessianic Prophecy
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Song of Solomon 3-5: The Wedding
Song of SolomonChapter StudySymbolismMetaphorLoveRelationships
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Song of Solomon 3: Night of Separation
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationships
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Song of Solomon 1-2: The Love Story Begins
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationshipsSolomonRacismPatience
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Song of Solomon 2: Spring Invitation
Song of SolomonChapter StudyRelationships
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Isaiah 59-66: The Program of Peace
IsaiahChapter StudyNew JerusalemFalse Deities and ProphetsMessianic ProphecyProphecyClean and Unclean
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Amnon
2 SamuelCharacter StudyDavidTamarSexual ImoralitySexual Assault
πŸ“–
Isaiah 49-58: The Prince of Peace
IsaiahChapter StudyMessianic ProphecySabbathJusticePeaceLGBT
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Isaiah 40-48: The Purpose of Peace
IsaiahChapter StudyPeaceHyperboleMessianic ProphecyPovertyBabylonFalse Deities and ProphetsAbraham
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Isaiah 34-39: A Judgement and A Future
IsaiahChapter StudyDeathJudgementHezekiahEdomFalse Doctrine
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Isaiah 29-33: Woe to the Unbeliever
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyJudgementPovertyWomenMessianic Prophecy
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Isaiah 28: Don’t Drink and Preach
IsaiahChapter StudyDeathSalvationRepentance and ForgivenessProphecyDrunkenness
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Isaiah 24: All the Earth
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyJudgementFalse Deities and Prophets
πŸ“–
Ezra 3-4: Reconstruction of the Temple
EzraChapter StudySacrificeTempleTabernaclesPersiaTyre
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Isaiah 23: Tyre
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyTyre
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Isaiah 22: Eat, Drink, & Be Merry
IsaiahChapter StudyMessianic ProphecyCaptivityProphecy
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Isaiah 25-27: Songs
IsaiahChapter StudyDeathProphecyMusic
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Isaiah 21: Edom & Arabia
IsaiahChapter StudyEdomProphecyGenealogy
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Isaiah 21: The Fall of Babylon
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyBabylon
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Isaiah 20: Prophesying in the Nude
IsaiahChapter StudyEgyptProphecy
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Isaiah 19: Egypt
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyEgyptSymbolism
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Isaiah 18: The Unnamed Nation
IsaiahChapter StudyEthiopiaMetaphorJudgementProphecy
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Isaiah 17: Damascus/Syria
IsaiahChapter StudyJudgementProphecyAssyriaSyria
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Isaiah 15-16: Moab
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyMoabCaptivity
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Isaiah 14: Satan’s Origin Story?
IsaiahChapter StudyPhilistineSatanProphecyBabylonDeathWater
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Isaiah 12: Praise God with Song
IsaiahChapter StudyMusic
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Isaiah 11: The Lion and the Lamb
IsaiahChapter StudyGenealogyProphecyMessiahNew JerusalemAnimalsFood and Diet
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Isaiah 13: Babylon is Fallen, is Fallen
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyBabylonPersiaSymbolism
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Isaiah 10: Woe to those Who Oppress the Poor
IsaiahChapter StudyPovertyAssyriaProphecy
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Isaiah 8: Concluding the Message to Ahaz
IsaiahChapter StudyWaterSigns Seals and MarksProphecyWitchcraftSymbolism
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Isaiah 6: A Glimpse of Angels
IsaiahChapter StudyAngelsRepentance and ForgivenessJudeEnoch
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Isaiah 7: A Prophecy for Ahaz
IsaiahChapter StudyProphecyCaptivityJudgement
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Isaiah 7: Born of a Virgin
IsaiahChapter StudyMessianic ProphecyMary & JosephMatthewLukeMiracle Birth
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Word Study: Apocalypse
Word StudyRevelation
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Who Was Jezebel?
JezebelCharacter StudyWomenRacism1 Kings2 KingsRevelationYouTube
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Isaiah 9: Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace
IsaiahChapter StudyEphraimManassehMessianic ProphecySatanJudgementRepentance and Forgiveness
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Isaiah 5: The 6 Woes
IsaiahChapter StudyMetaphorParableJudgementMoneyFalse Deities and ProphetsProphecy
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Isaiah 3: Judgment of Israel (Pt. 2)
IsaiahChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsWomenProphecyJudgement
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Isaiah 4: Judgment of Israel (Pt. 3)
IsaiahChapter StudyWomenRelationshipsJerusalemSymbolismProphecy
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Isaiah 2: Judgment of Israel
IsaiahChapter StudyJudgementTempleProphecyFalse Deities and Prophets
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Isaiah 1: Judgment for Israel is Coming
IsaiahChapter StudyCaptivityRepentance and ForgivenessJudgement
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Genesis 1 & 2: Creation
CreationAdamEveScienceGarden of EdenGenesisChapter StudySabbath
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Cross Referencing the Books of Law
DeuteronomyNumbersLeviticusExodusGenesisLaw
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Deuteronomy 31-34: The Final Address
DeuteronomyChapter Study
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Deuteronomy 28: The Curse of Israel & The Black Israelite Theory
DeuteronomyChapter StudyRacismIsraelGenealogy
πŸ“–
Deuteronomy 27-30: The Third Address
DeuteronomyChapter StudyBlessings & CursesCovenant
πŸ“–
Deuteronomy 5-26: The Second Address (Part 3)
DeuteronomyChapter StudyTithesRelationshipsServants and SlavesSexual AssaultWomenCommandments
πŸ“–
Deuteronomy 5-26: The Second Address (Part 2)
DeuteronomyChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsLeviPriesthoodIsraelJusticeJudgementTithesClean and Unclean
πŸ“–
Deuteronomy 5-26: The Second Address (Part 1)
DeuteronomyChapter StudyCommandmentsLawIsraelLeviFalse Deities and ProphetsCovenant
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Numbers 26-27: The Second Census
NumbersChapter StudyMosesJoshua (person)Leadership
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Numbers 25: Idolatry & Israel
NumbersChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsMoabRelationships
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Numbers 30: Vows
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 34: Boundaries of Israel
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 20-21: The Journey Continues
NumbersChapter StudyEdomCanaanSymbolismMoab
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Numbers 20: Moses Sins
NumbersChapter StudySymbolismMosesAaronWater
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Numbers 20: Miriam’s Death
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 19: Purification
NumbersChapter StudyDeathClean and UncleanSacrifice
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Numbers 16-18: Rebellion
NumbersChapter StudyIntercessory PrayerAaronPriesthoodTithesDeath
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Numbers 13-14: Scouting
NumbersChapter StudyJoshua (person)CalebNephilim and Giants
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Numbers 15: Reminders
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 10-12: From Sinai to Paran
NumbersChapter StudyMosesAaronMiriamEthiopiaRelationshipsFood and Diet
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Numbers 7: Tribal Princes’ Offerings
NumbersChapter StudySacrificeTemple
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Numbers 8-10: Instructions
NumbersChapter StudyLeviPassover
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Numbers 5: A Few Laws and a Test
NumbersChapter StudyLawAdultery
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Numbers 3-4: Levite Duties
NumbersChapter Study
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Numbers 6: The Nazarite Vow
NumbersChapter StudySamsonJohn the BaptistOaths and VowsSamuelFastingClean and UncleanPaul
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Numbers 1-3: The First Census
NumbersChapter StudyAngelsIsraelDanJudahEphraimLeviRueben
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Numbers 35: Special Cities
NumbersChapter StudyMurderPovertyLeviRepentance and Forgiveness
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Numbers 36: Female Inheritance
NumbersChapter Study
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Leviticus 21-22: More on Priests
LeviticusChapter StudyPriesthoodLeviRelationships
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Leviticus 19-20: Righteousness
LeviticusChapter StudyAppearanceCommandmentsLawSacrificeAdulteryWitchcraftFood and DietFeasts & Holy DaysJustice
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Leviticus 17-18: Immorality
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeFalse Deities and ProphetsSexual Imorality
πŸ“–
Leviticus 16: Atonement
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeFeasts & Holy DaysSabbath
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Leviticus 14-15: Unclean Buildings & Unclean Flesh
LeviticusChapter StudyClean and Unclean
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Leviticus 13-14: Skin Diseases & Leprosy
LeviticusChapter Study
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Leviticus 11-12: Clean and Unclean
LeviticusChapter StudyClean and UncleanFood and Diet
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Leviticus 6-7: Offering Laws
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeLawAaronPriesthood
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Leviticus 8-10: The Priesthood
LeviticusChapter StudyPriesthoodSacrifice
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Leviticus 1-6: Offerings
LeviticusChapter StudySacrificeOaths and Vows
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Leviticus 23: Feasts & Holy Days
LeviticusChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysPassoverDay of AtonementTabernaclesPentecost
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Leviticus 24-25: Expectations & Appropriate Behavior
LeviticusChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysBlasphemyLawServants and SlavesTemple
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Leviticus 26-27: Consequences
LeviticusChapter Study
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Earrings, Piercings, and Christians
LeviticusAppearance
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Aaron
AaronExodusCharacter StudyLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomy
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Moses
MosesExodusCharacter StudyLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomy
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S.O.A.P. Method
ExodusTithesMoneyStudy the Word
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Would You Rather?: Plagues vs. Famine
Would You RatherPlaguesExodus
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Do Not Take the LORD’s Name in Vain
CommandmentsDeuteronomyExodusNames of GodBlasphemy
πŸ“
Do Not Steal
DeuteronomyExodusCommandmentsLawTheft
πŸ“–
Exodus 35-40: The Tabernacle & Priesthood Pt. 2
ExodusChapter Study
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Exodus 33-35: Repentance & The Second Set of Tablets
ExodusChapter StudyRepentance and ForgivenessClean and UncleanIsraelIntercessory PrayerFeasts & Holy DaysMoses
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Exodus 32: The Golden Calf
ExodusChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsMosesAaronCommandmentsRepentance and ForgivenessIntercessory Prayer
πŸ“–
Exodus 28-31: Priesthood
ExodusChapter StudyAaronPriesthoodSacrifice
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Exodus 24-27: The Tabernacle
ExodusChapter StudyTempleMosesLeadership
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Exodus 23: Feasts
ExodusChapter StudyFeasts & Holy DaysPentecostTabernaclesUnleavened Bread
πŸ“
Do Not Kill
CommandmentsLawMurderAngerExodusDeuteronomy
πŸ“
Honor Thy Mother and Father
CommandmentsLawRelationshipsHamDeuteronomyExodus
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No Other Gods
CommandmentsLawFalse Deities and ProphetsExodusDeuteronomy
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Exodus 21-23: Expansion of the Law
Chapter StudyExodusPovertyRacismMoneyLawWitchcraftMurderAnimals
πŸ“–
Exodus 18-20: God’s Commandments
ExodusChapter StudyMosesAaronCommandmentsSinaiFireLeadershipLaw
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Exodus 14-17: Leaving Egypt
ExodusChapter StudyEgyptPhilistineMosesMiriamWomenWildernessWaterAmalakitesNames of GodFire
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Exodus 5-13: The Ten Plagues (and Passover)
PlaguesEgyptExodusMosesAaronPassoverFeasts & Holy DaysChapter StudyGenocide
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Exodus 2-4: Raising Up A Leader
MosesAaronMidianEgyptMessiahExodusChapter StudyFire
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The Creation and Purpose of Women
WomenEveGenesisGarden of EdenYouTube
πŸ“
Introduction to God
Lessons LearnedGenesis
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Would You Rather?: Fatherly Treatment
Would You RatherEdomJacobJosephGenesisRelationshipsTheft
πŸ‘€
The Life of Leah
LeahJacobGenesisRelationshipsLeviJudahZebulunIssacharDinahSimeonRuebenCharacter StudyRachel
πŸ‘€
Joseph, son of Jacob
JosephMiracle BirthMental HealthGenesisCharacter Study
πŸ‘€
Dinah
Character StudyGenesisWomenSexual AssaultDinahJacobLeahLeviSimeonYouTube
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Genesis 27-36: Jacob & Esau, Two Nations
GenesisChapter StudyWomenJacobLeahEdomRachelTithesFalse Deities and ProphetsDinahSexual AssaultCircumcisionLeviSimeonGenocideTheft
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Genesis 24-26: Isaac, the Second Patriarch
GenesisChapter StudyIsaacRebekahJacobEdomIshmaelCovenantGenealogyPhilistine
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Genesis 11-23: Abraham and the Destruction of Sodom & Gomorrah
GenesisChapter StudyAbrahamSarahJudgementLotHagarIshmaelCircumcisionSexual ImoralityIsaacMoab
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Genesis 6-9: Noah and the Flood
GenesisChapter StudyNoahWaterJudgementCovenantClean and UncleanAnimalsNephilim and Giants
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Genesis 4: Cain and Abel
CainAbelSacrificeMurderJealousyAngerGenesisChapter Study
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Allegory
Literary DevicesAllegoryGarden of EdenGenesisFeasts & Holy DaysTempleEsther
πŸ“
You Are What You Eat: Introduction
Food and DietClean and Unclean
πŸ“
R.E.A.P. Method
Study the WordPsalms
πŸ“
Keep the Sabbath Holy
SabbathCommandments
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Poetic Justice
Literary Devices
✍🏽
Anthology
Literary DevicesAnthology
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Would You Rather?: Ask or Disobey
Would You RatherEstherDaniel
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F.E.A.S.T. Method
PsalmsStudy the WordFaith
πŸ“–
2 Samuel 11-12: David and Bathsheba
2 SamuelChapter StudyRelationshipsAdulteryJudgementDavidMurder
πŸ“–
Jeremiah 1: Jeremiah’s Call
JeremiahChapter StudyDreams and VisionsProphecyJosiah
πŸ“–
Ezra 9-10: Confessions of Sin
EzraChapter StudyRelationships
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Ezra 5-6: Darius’ Decree
EzraChapter StudyPassoverTemplePersia
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Ezra 7-8: Introducing Ezra
EzraChapter StudyLeviTemplePersia
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Ezra 1: Cyrus’ Decree
EzraChapter StudyBabylonCaptivityTemple
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Nehemiah 7-11: Restoration of Jerusalem
NehemiahChapter StudyTithesGenealogyRepentance and ForgivenessSalvationFeasts & Holy Days
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Esther 8-10: Purim
EstherChapter StudyPurimFeasts & Holy Days
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Nehemiah 12-13: Dedication of the Wall
NehemiahChapter Study
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Ezra 2: Those Who Returned
Chapter StudyEzraGenealogy
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Nehemiah 4-6: Opposition
NehemiahChapter StudyMoneySatan
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Nehemiah 3: Rebuilding the Wall
NehemiahChapter StudyJerusalemWomenMessianic Prophecy
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Nehemiah 2: Back to Jerusalem
NehemiahChapter StudyApologeticsJerusalemLeadershipPersia
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Nehemiah 1: Who is Nehemiah?
Chapter StudyNehemiahJudahPersiaCaptivityJerusalemLeadership
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Esther 3-5: The Threat to the Jews
EstherChapter StudyWomenFastingRacismGenocide
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Esther 2: The Rise of Queen Esther
EstherChapter StudyBenjaminWomenPersia
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Judges 1: Judah’s Conquest
Chapter StudyJudgesCanaanJudah
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Judges 2: Provoking God
JudgesChapter StudyFalse Deities and ProphetsCommandmentsCanaan
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Judges 3: Othniel and Ehud
JudgesChapter StudyCanaanFalse Deities and ProphetsRelationshipsCaptivityBenjaminMoabAmalakites
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Judges 4-5: Deborah, Jael, and Barak
JudgesChapter StudyDeborahWomenLeadership
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Judges 6-8: Gideon
JudgesChapter StudyManassehMidianAmalakitesHoly SpiritEphraim
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The Unnamed Concubine
Character StudyJudgesWomenSexual Assault
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Judges 9-10: Abimelech
JudgesChapter Study
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Judges 10-12: Jephthath
JudgesChapter StudyAmmonEphraimOaths and Vows
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Judges 13-16: Samson
JudgesChapter StudyRelationshipsSamsonWomenPhilistineOaths and VowsDan
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Judges 17-18: Micah and the Tribe of Dan
JudgesChapter StudyDanMoneyLeviFalse Deities and ProphetsTheft
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Acts 1-5: The Early Days of the Church
Chapter StudyActsCainAbelDiscipleshipLyingProphecyMoneyThe ChurchPeterTheft
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Judges 19-21: A Call to War
JudgesChapter StudySexual AssaultWomenLeviBenjamin
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2 Samuel 21-24: Contradictions on David's Final Days?
2 SamuelChapter StudyDavidSaulDoctrinePhilistine
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2 Samuel 19-20: Israel and Judah
2 SamuelChapter StudyDavidDivision of Israel
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2 Samuel 5-10: David’s Military Success
2 SamuelChapter StudyDavidRelationshipsMessianic Prophecy
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2 Samuel 1-4: After Saul’s Death
2 SamuelChapter StudySaulDavidDivision of Israel
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Acts 16: Timothy Was Biracial…Sort Of
ActsChapter StudyTimothyGenealogyCircumcisionPaulWomenBaptism
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Acts 15: Disagreements in the Church
ActsChapter StudyPaulPeterLeadershipCommandmentsSalvationCircumcisionRepentance and Forgiveness
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Acts 13-14: The First Missionary Journey of Paul
ActsChapter StudyLeadershipThe ChurchPaulGenealogyDiscipleship
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Acts 12: Peter, Rhoda, and Herod
ActsChapter StudyWomenPeterPersecutionRomeHolidayPassover
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Obadiah 1: Woe to Edom
Chapter StudyObadiahEdomProphecy
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Esther 1: The Demise of a Queen
WomenEstherPersiaChapter Study
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Ruth 4: The Legacy
RuthChapter StudyWomenBoazMessiahRahabTamarGenealogy
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Ruth 3: The Redeeming Relative
RelationshipsBoazRuthChapter Study
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Ruth 1: In the Land of Moab
Chapter StudyRuthWomenMoabBoazRelationshipsFamine
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Ruth 2: The Fields of Boaz
PovertyRelationshipsBoazRuthChapter StudyAllegoryMessiah
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Mediate Like Abigail
Abigail1 SamuelDavidCharacter StudyWomenYouTube
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Tamar, daughter of David
Character StudyTamarWomenSexual Assault2 Samuel
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2 Samuel 13-19: Absalom’s Coup
Chapter Study2 SamuelDavidRelationshipsTamarWomenSexual ImoralitySexual AssaultRepentance and Forgiveness
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You Are What You Eat: Colossians 2
Food and DietClean and UncleanColossians
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You Are What You Eat: Romans 14
Food and DietClean and UncleanRomans
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You Are What You Eat: Acts 10
Food and DietActsPeterDiscipleship
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You Are What You Eat: 1 Timothy 4:1-7
1 TimothyTimothyFood and DietClean and Unclean
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You Are What You Eat: Mark 7:15
Food and DietClean and UncleanMatthewMark
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You Are What You Eat: Isaiah 66
Food and DietClean and UncleanIsaiahProphecy
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Would You Rather?: Feed vs. Heal
Would You RatherSpiritual GIftsJohnMatthew
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Would You Rather?: Marriage vs. Singleness
Would You RatherRelationshipsLoveRepentance and ForgivenessHoseaPaul
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Would You Rather?: Rahab vs. Mary
Would You RatherRahabMary & JosephWomen
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Do Not Commit Adultery
CommandmentsLawAdulteryDavid
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No Graven Images
CommandmentsLawFalse Deities and Prophets