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Song of Solomon 4:4

neck—stately: in beautiful contrast to the blushing temples (Song of Solomon 4:3); not "stiff" (Isaiah 48:4; Acts 7:51), as that of unbroken nature; nor "stretched forth" wantonly (Isaiah 3:16); nor burdened with the legal yoke (Lamentations 1:14; Acts 15:10); but erect in gospel freedom (Isaiah 52:2).

tower of David—probably on Zion. He was a man of war, preparatory to the reign of Solomon, the king of peace. So warfare in the case of Jesus Christ and His saints precedes the coming rest. Each soul won from Satan by Him is a trophy gracing the bride (Luke 11:22); (each hangs on Him, Isaiah 22:23-24); also each victory of her faith. As shields adorn a temple's walls (Ezekiel 27:11), so necklaces hang on the bride's neck (Judges 5:30; I Kings 10:16).




Other Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown entries containing Song of Solomon 4:4:

Song of Solomon 4:1
Song of Solomon 4:1
Song of Solomon 4:9
Song of Solomon 7:4
Isaiah 22:24
Jeremiah 51:11
Micah 4:8

 

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