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Bible Commentaries

Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary

Song of Solomon 7

Verses 1-5

SONG OF SOLOMON CHAPTER 7

RESPONSE OF GUESTS

Verses 1-5 express in song the response of the guests as they witness the dance of the Shulamite. The last line of verse 5 refers to "a king" not "the king", and is not necessarily a reference to Solomon.

Verses 6-9

PRAISE OF THE HUSBAND

Verses 6-9 express in poetic language the praise of the shepherd husband for his bride

Verses 10-13

SHULAMITE REAFFIRMS HER COMMITMENT TO HER SHEPHERD SPOUSE

Verse 10 reaffirms the Shulamite’s commitment to the beloved shepherd.

Verses 11-13 express the Shulam’te’s desire and readiness for a honeymoon in the field and villages as the shepherd had proposed in Song of Solomon 2:10-14.

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Text Courtesy of Blessed Hope Foundation and the Baptist Training Center.
Bibliographical Information
Garner, Albert & Howes, J.C. "Commentary on Song of Solomon 7". Garner-Howes Baptist Commentary. https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/ghb/song-of-solomon-7.html. 1985.