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The Song of Songs of Solomon

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J. Griffin 1865

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Overview

Jeanne Guyon reported that she wrote this portion of her commentary on the Bible in one-and-a-half days, writing so fast that her arm swelled from the pressure. For hundreds of years, Christians have been reading the words of this important French mystic, and in this volume she provides inspirational verse-by-verse commentary for the Song of Songs.

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Key Features

  • Contains verse-by-verse commentary and thoughtful examination of the text
  • Urges the reader to utilize this book to achieve a previously unknown closeness with God
  • Examines the unique and eloquent language of the text so the reader understands the depth and beauty of this book

Product Details

  • Title: The Song of Songs of Solomon
  • Author: Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de La Motte-Guyon
  • Publisher: J. Griffin
  • Publication Date: 1865
  • Pages: 133

About Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de La Motte-Guyon

Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de La Motte-Guyon (1648–1717), commonly known as Madame Guyon, was born at Montargis, France. An advocate of Quietism, Madame Guyon’s life was one of constant persecution for spreading her mystical beliefs. After spending numerous years in prison, she retired to live with her son in a village in the Diocese of Blois, where she focused on prayer and wrote poetry. Her published works grew in popularity after her death, and have been translated all over the world.

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