Search Bible
Click for Help   Click for QuickNav   Click for Advanced Search Options
Search KJV
KJVNKJVNLTNIVESVCSBNASB
Version Selector Up Arrow NETRSVASVYLTDBYWEBHNV
RVR60VULWLCLXXmGNTTR  

Search a pre-defined list


OR Select a range of biblical books

From:

To:


OR Custom Selection:

Use semicolons to separate groups:
'Gen;Jdg;Psa-Mal' or 'Rom 3-12;Mat 1:15;Mat 5:12-22'

Your Bible Version is the KJV
Go to Top
Link to This PageCite This Page
Version Selector Up Arrow
Share this pageFollow the BLB
Version Selector Up Arrow

Follow the Blue Letter Bible on:

facebooktwitter

pinterestgoogle+


Or subscribe to our Newsletter:

Printable Page
 
 
Left Contextbar EdgeLeft Contextbar Edge BackgroundRight Contextbar Edge2Prior BookPrior SectionReturn to CommentariesReturn to Author BiographyNext SectionNext BookRight Contextbar Edge2Right Contextbar Edge BackgroundRight Contextbar Edge1
The Blue Letter Bible
BLB Searches
Search the Bible
Search KJV
KJVNKJVNLTNIVESVCSBNASB
Version Selector Up Arrow NETRSVASVYLTDBYWEBHNV
RVR60VULWLCLXXmGNTTR  
 [?]

Advanced Options

Search a pre-defined list


OR Select a range of biblical books

From:

To:


OR Custom Selection:

Use semicolons to separate groups: 'Gen;Jdg;Psa-Mal' or 'Rom 3-12;Mat 1:15;Mat 5:12-22'

Other Searches

Multi-Verse Retrieval
x
Search KJV
KJVNKJVNLTNIVESVCSBNASB
Version Selector Up Arrow NETRSVASVYLTDBYWEBHNV
RVR60VULWLCLXXmGNTTR  

Line-By-Line Order:
Line-By-Line Verse-ReferenceVerse-Reference
Line-By-Line Reference-VerseReference-Verse
Line-By-Line Separate LineSeparate Line
Line-By-Line Verse OnlyVerse Only
Line-By-Line Reference OnlyReference Only
Reference Delimiters:
No Reference DelimitersNone — Jhn 1:1 KJV
Square Reference DelimitersSquare — [Jhn 1:1 KJV]
Curly Reference DelimitersCurly — {Jhn 1:1 KJV}
Parenthesis Reference DelimitersParens — (Jhn 1:1 KJV)
Paragraph Order:
Paragraph Verse-ReferenceVerse-Reference
Paragraph Reference-VerseReference-Verse
Paragraph Reference-OnlyReference-Only
Number Delimiters:*
No Verse NumbersNo Number
No Verse DelimetersNo Delimiter — 15
Square Verse DelimitersSquare — [15]
Curly Verse DelimitersCurly — {15}
Parenthesis Verse DelimitersParens — (15)
Other Options:
Abbreviate BooksAbbreviate Books
Use SBL Abbrev.Use SBL Abbrev.
En dash not HyphenEn dash not Hyphen
 
Quotes Around VersesQuotes Around Verses
Remove Square BracketsRemove Square Brackets
Sort CanonicallySort Canonically

* 'Number Delimiters' only apply to 'Paragraph Order'

Let's Connect
x

Connect on Facebook Connect on Twitter Connect on Instagram Connect on Pinterest Connect on YouTube

Daily Devotionals
x

Blue Letter Bible offers several daily devotional readings in order to help you refocus on Christ and the Gospel of His peace and righteousness.

Daily Bible Reading Plans
x

Recognizing the value of consistent reflection upon the Word of God in order to refocus one’s mind and heart upon Christ and His Gospel of peace, we provide several reading plans designed to cover the entire Bible in a year.

One-Year Plans

Two-Year Plan

Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for Song of Solomon 6:10

toggle collapse
Choose a new font size and typeface

Customize your font sizeIncrease your font sizeDecrease your font sizeReturn to default font size

Choose a Bible text color
Read the Bible in blackRead the Bible in dark blueRead the Bible in blue

Customize your text type
Arial font
Trebuchet MS font
Georgia font
Times New Roman font

Customize your Hebrew text type
SBL Hebrew font
Times New Roman font
Arial font

Customize your Greek text type
Gentium font
Times New Roman font
Arial font

Close font preferences
Intro: The Song of Solomon is a love song between the bride and groom as they declare their desires and longings for each other. There are many possible interpretations and allegories, one being Christ and the church. Here we find the description of the church.
I. "LOOKETH FORTH AS THE MORNING."
A. The first light of morning testifies of a new day.
1. The darkness of the long night is yielding to the light of a new day.
2. The church's message to the world is of a new day that is about to dawn.
a. The history of man has been rather dark.
1. Wars with their inhumane atrocities.
2. Gluttony and famine co-existing.
3. Exploitation of the weak or poor.
4. Suffering, pain, sickness, deformities have marred so many.
5. Added to these today, increase in violent crimes, child pornography, general chaos.
b. We look with hope to the new day.
1. Power corrupts, man cannot govern over man without corruption.
2. We look for the King of Glory to come.
3. Man seems incapable of framing lasting treaties of peace.
4. We look for the coming day when the Prince of Peace shall reign. Beat swords.
3. We see the sing of the new day.
a. Israel again a nation.
>b. 10 nations European community.
c. Russia's threatened move into Middle-East.
d. While the world trembles at the prospect of a show-down between the super-powers, the church cries, "Have hope, the new age will soon be here."
B. The new day always brings new hope.
1. Our message to the individual is that of hope.
a. A new day can dawn in your life.
b. The dark powers that have enslaved you can be broken. Darkness must yield to light.
II. "FAIR AS THE MOON."
A. Through the darkness of the night, the moon shines.
1. The moon's light is a reflected light of the sun.
a. So the church is to always reflect the glory of the Son.
b. Jesus said, "I am the light of the world."
2. The witness of the moon is that the sun is still shining.
a. The witness of the church is that Jesus lives.
b. The world cannot see Him, but we see Him.
"Yet a little while and the world will see
Him."
c. We must live above the world to see Him.
1. If you live in darkness as the world, you shed no light.
2. The standards of the world are corrupt.
d. Their's is a fallacious philosophy, born in hell, that the church must become like the world to win the world.
III. "CLEAR AS THE SUN." (CLEAR AS THE "SON")
A. God said, "Be ye holy for I am holy."
1. In 1 John 3:2-3, "Beloved, now are we..."
2. Jesus Christ is our standard for holiness.
a. Jesus pointed to the error of measuring yourself with other men.
1. "I look at you and I'm not so bad."
2. I look at Him and I am wretched.
3. Jesus said the Holy Spirit will reprove the world of righteousness, because I ascend to...
IV. "AND TERRIBLE AS AN ARMY WITH BANNERS."
A. Much of the warfare in those days was psychological even as it is today.
1. One way to psyche out the enemy was to have disciplined regiments marching beneath their fierce banners.
B. The church should strike terror to the enemies of God.
1. We should be roaring as a lion rather than purring like a pussycat.
Sermon Notes for Song of Solomon 4:16 ← Prior Section
Sermon Notes for Song of Solomon 6:10 Next Section →
Sermon Notes for Ecclesiastes 1:1-3 ← Prior Book
Sermon Notes for Isaiah 1:18 Next Book →
CONTENT DISCLAIMER:

The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

Loading...

Interlinear
Bibles
Cross-Refs
Commentaries
Dictionaries
Miscellaneous
Verse Tools Arrow
Login to your account

Email / username or password was incorrect!

Check your email for password retrieval

 

Complete the form below to register  [?]

Error: That Email is already registered

Error: Please provide a valid Email

Error: Passwords should have at least 6 characters

Error: Passwords do not match

Error: Please provide a valid first name

Error: That username is already taken

Error: Usernames should only contain letters, numbers, dots, dashes, or underscores

[ Cancel ]← Login to Your Account

Passwords should have at least 6 characters.
Usernames should only contain letters, numbers, dots, dashes, or underscores.

Thank you for registering. A verification email has been sent to the address you provided.

Error: That Email / Username is not registered

Enter Your Email or UsernameUsername or Email Address

 

← Return to Login

Close LoginCLOSE
Tap to Close