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The Song of Solomon Arranged for Sunday Reading with Meditations on Each Portion
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The Song of Solomon Arranged for Sunday Reading with Meditations on Each Portion

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Hamilton, Adams & Co., Davies and Son 1879

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$7.99

Overview

Broken down into 52 short studies, this devotional volume on the Song of Songs is meant to be enjoyed as a weekly study. Henry Law begins each study with a verse from Song of Songs and then provides a series of meditations from which to ponder.

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Key Features

  • Contemplates several different aspects of the Song of Songs
  • Urges the reader to utilize this book to achieve a previously unknown closeness with God
  • Provides 52 digestible sections that are meant to bring joy and wisdom to the reader
  • Offers unique and eloquent language so the reader understands the depth and beauty of this book

Praise for the Print Edition

We earnestly commend the book to the favor of the Christian public, and trust it will have an abundant circulation.

Biblio Sacra and Theological Review

Everything on which Mr. Withington lays his hands on receives the unmistakable impress of his genius.

The New Englander

Product Details

  • Title: The Song of Solomon Arranged for Sunday Reading with Meditations on Each Portion
  • Author: Henry Law
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams, and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1879
  • Pages: 208

About Henry Law

Henry Law (1797–1884) was educated at St. John’s College and rose to become dean of Gloucester. A prolific author, his works include The Gospel in the Pentateuch, Gleanings from the Book of Life, Beacons of the Bible, and The Forgiveness of Sins.