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Song of Solomon 4:6

Historically, the hill of frankincense is Calvary, where, "through the eternal Spirit He offered Himself"; the mountain of myrrh is His embalmment (John 19:39) till the resurrection "daybreak." The third Canticle occupies the one cloudless day of His presence on earth, beginning from the night (Song of Solomon 2:17) and ending with the night of His departure (Song of Solomon 4:6). His promise is almost exactly in the words of her prayer (Song of Solomon 2:17), (the same Holy Ghost breathing in Jesus Christ and His praying people), with the difference that she then looked for His visible coming. He now tells her that when He shall have gone from sight, He still is to be met with spiritually in prayer (Psalms 68:16; Matthew 28:20), until the everlasting day break, when we shall see face to face (I Corinthians 13:10, I Corinthians 13:12).




Other Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown entries containing Song of Solomon 4:6:

Song of Solomon 4:1
Song of Solomon 4:6
Song of Solomon 4:8
Song of Solomon 4:12
Song of Solomon 6:2
Song of Solomon 8:14

 

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