S O N G O F S O L O M O
In this chapter, I. Christ speaks both concerning
himself and concerning his church, ver. 1, 2. II. The church speaks, 1.
Remembering the pleasure and satisfaction she has in communion with
Christ, ver. 3, 4. 2.
Entertaining herself with the present tokens of his favour and
taking care that nothing happen to intercept them, ver. 5-7. 3. Triumphing in his
approaches towards her, ver. 8,
9. 4. Repeating the gracious calls he had given her to
go along with him a walking, invited by the pleasures of the
returning spring (ver.
10-13), out of her obscurity (ver. 14), and the charge he had given to the
servants to destroy that which would be hurtful to his vineyard,
ver. 15. 5. Rejoicing in her
interest in him, ver. 16. 6.
Longing for his arrival, ver.
17. Those whose hearts are filled with love to Christ,
and hope of heaven, know best what these things mean.