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Song Chapter 3 Sweet Dreams

Posted by Lorraine Serra on October 4, 2016 at 3:25 PM Comments comments (13)

Have you ever had a restless night? Sometimes

dreams can seem so real, so frightening you can't

get back to sleep. Or sometimes they are very

encouraging and you never want to wake up!


It has been said that dreams are the way in which

the subconscious mind filters through and processes

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Song Chapter 2: A Covenant Love

Posted by Lorraine Serra on May 18, 2016 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (1)

Around my neck of the woods, one can often

catch a glimpse of a most lovely demonstration

of serenity and peace: mama deer and their

fawns grazing and resting and playing in an

open field.

Solomon clearly enjoyed watching these

timid, gentle animals. He alludes to them


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Song Chapter 2: We Are Beautiful

Posted by Lorraine Serra on May 10, 2016 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Further study and prayer over the first verses of Chapter 2 reveal an even more stunning beauty and identity for believers all because of Jesus Christ.

First, like a rose of Sharon, or a lily of the valley, we are clothed with a distinct beauty and a lovely fragrance.

From Isaiah the prophet to Paul the Apostle, countless

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Song Chapter 2: Who Loves Ya, Baby?

Posted by Lorraine Serra on April 22, 2016 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Years ago the television actor Telly Savalas played a character

named Kojak. He coined the phrase “Who loves you, baby?”

It went down in history much like another well known phrase,

“Go ahead, make my day!”  Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry.

Isn't it interesting how a phrase can label, or identify a person?

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Song Chapter 1: VERY Firm, VERY Fine, and VERY Fragrant

Posted by Lorraine Serra on February 12, 2016 at 12:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Throughout Chapter 1 of Song of Solomon, we have learned of a unique love between the Beloved and the Shulamite shepherdess woman. Revealed for us is the picture of a King choosing an unlikely bride. Royalty embraces the commoner. It seems she may even have been an outcast of the community, yet she finds herself seated at the King's table.

What kind of love is this? Through the conversation in verses

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Posted by Lorraine Serra on January 27, 2016 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Black and white, dark and light, stained and clean, dull and bright, focused and confused.

Opposites. We often see these as distinctly separate. One or the other. Either or, not both simultaneously. However, when applied to the human heart, the human spirit, the human personality, I think it's fair to say that indeed we are a little bit of both at the same time!

Are we all two-faced or double-m...

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Song Chapter 1: Draw Me Away!

Posted by Lorraine Serra on September 24, 2015 at 2:15 PM Comments comments (0)

 This poem just drips with sweetness, pleasing aromas and beauty! From beginning to end, it depicts such a special and rich, unbreakable bond of love.

Throughout the Song there are references to fragrances, ointments, gardens and fruit. One commentator stated that “the Song is like Israel's favorite fruit, pomegranates, alive with color and full of seeds.” What a picture! There must be many “seeds of wisdom...

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A Love Story Part I - Meet the Cast

Posted by Lorraine Serra on September 5, 2015 at 12:50 AM Comments comments (0)

At first glance the Song of Solomon resembles a

play with lead characters and a chorus line. It is!

But, just who are these characters and what is the purpose

of this book within the Bible?

If you have already read through even the first

chapter of Song, I bet you have some questions, too.

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Introduction to Song of Solomon

Posted by Lorraine Serra on September 2, 2015 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (0)

A Love Story For All Time

Full of passion, beauty, ecstasy and joy in marriage,  the Song of Songs is a profound song/poem rich with history and symbolism. With an inspired pen, King Solomon, known as the Wisest Man who ever lived, has recorded lessons for romance and commitment in marriage. He has also provided a picture of Christ's love for the Church, and God's unbreakable covenant with the nation of Israel.   Most sc...

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