In the series "So Worth It," describing life lessons learned from the bride and groom in the book of Song of Solomon, we discover that there is trouble in paradise. Like many marriages, the honeymoon phase disappears and is replaced with disillusionment. What are some of the "little foxes" that can destroy relationships? Unresolved conflict, criticism and contempt and creeping...
Speaker: Jeff Jones
Scripture: Song of Solomon 2:15, Song of Solomon 5:2-8, Song of Solomon 5:9 - 6:3
Singleness and marriage are both gifts from God. Intimacy is indispensable to marriage. When we deny sexual intimacy, we are cheating the marriage.
Speaker: Chris Brown
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 7:1-9, Song of Solomon 4 - 8, Proverbs 5:15-23, Hebrews 13:4, Genesis 1:27-31
Topic: Sexual Immorality
King Solomon teaches many valuable lessons about love and romance in the marriage relationship. We learn from him that love is pure, love protects and love is passionate. In the marriage relationship, God portrays the intimacy that He wants to have with us. The divine romance is Christ laying down His life for His bride, the church.
Speaker: Julie Barrier, Roger Barrier
Scripture: Song of Solomon 4:1-7, Song of Solomon 5:10-16, Song of Solomon 8:5-12, Ephesians 5:25-29, Ruth 3:10-12
Sex can be really beautiful or really dangerous because it brings the body and soul into a kind of wholeness not otherwise known. It is a good gift of God which should point us back to Him. Preached at Village Church . Used by permission.
Speaker: Matt Chandler
Scripture: Genesis 1:28-28, Song of Solomon 5:1-1