Marie is a young, single woman who has recently come to know Christ, and is working her way through studying the Scriptures. She is learning the value of God’s heart for her, and how he pursues her daily with an endless love. Jacob and Caroline have been married for forty-two years, and are still striving after God’s perfect will for their marriage. Michael has been widowed for years, and isn’t searching to get remarried soon. How would a study about love benefit all of these people?
We know from 2 Timothy 3:16 that all Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, but does that mean it’s all worth studying? What about Song of Solomon? Is it just a book for newly weds, or would it apply to Marie, Jacob, Caroline, and Michael.
Compass Literature’s fall edition, A Love for All Seasons, takes its readers through the greatest song, the Bible’s book of love poetry, and applies it to people in every stage of life. The study will dive deep in to studying allegory and parallelism in the lines of poetry, while also taking time to look at the big picture of God’s ceaseless pursuit of his church.
No matter if you’re single, widowed, divorced, or have been happily married for many years, the flowing whole of the Song of Solomon will come alive to you, as it studies the mystery and power of the love of the Father, and our love for one another.
Compass Bible Studies is produced by the DiscipleGuide, a department of the Baptist Missionary Association. You can find out more about Compass at discipleguide.org, or by calling 800.333.1442.