by Jim Perdue

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Love for a Lifetime (6 of 6)
Series: What the Bible Says about Marriage, Love, and Sex
Jim Perdue
Song of Solomon 7:11-8:14


Today, we come to the conclusion of our series through the Song of Solomon. We have seen What the Bible Says About Marriage, Love, and Sex. And we have seen how to pattern our lives, our marriages, and our families after God's plan in His Word. Today, I want to finish this series by looking at Song of Solomon 7:11-8:14 as we study the subject, Love for a Lifetime.

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*I hope you appreciate how difficult this series has been to preach. There are some very confusing passages in this book. No one even agrees on what they mean. Beyond that, the subject matter can be completely awkward; almost all the time! You open the book and it's navels, bellies, and breasts, oh my! Add to that, I have my wife right down front, my 10 year old next to her, my parents right there, and Stephanie's grandparents over there. I've enjoyed this series but I'm glad it's over today!*

*An English teacher was explaining to his students the concept of gender?association in the English language. He noted how hurricanes at one time?were given only female names, and how ships and planes were usually?referred to as ''she.'' One of the students raised her hand and asked, ''What?gender is a computer?''??The teacher wasn't certain. So he divided the class into two groups: males?in one, females in the other, and asked them to decide if a computer should?be masculine or feminine. Both groups were asked to give four reasons for?their recommendations. The women said it should be masculine because:

In order to get their attention, you have to turn them on.

They have a lot of data but are still clueless.

They are supposed to help you solve your problems, but half the time, they ARE the problem.

As soon as you commit to one, you realize that, if you had waited a?little longer, you cou ...

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