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A Song in the Night is a verse-by-verse devotional commentary of a true story. Of a sensual, marital, love story. Of a shepherd married to a shepherdess, probably Abishag of I King's 1 and 2 and a seducer who would distract the girl's attention from her husband-lover, her Savior. Solomon is the culprit here for these events took place during his time of grievous, spiritual demise. A time recorded when God Himself pled for the king's spiritual renewal. Captive in Solomon's harem, too, the Daughters of Jerusalem constantly witness the girl's solvent testimony - one of watching, waiting, praying for rescue via her husband-lord's soon return. They become increasingly aware that the girl's husband is Messiah to her and eventually laud the truth of it themselves. A reunion ensues later as Shepherd and Bride return together to celebrate with The Daughters portending the prophetic Dance of Mahanaim, that is -"of two camps". A time yet future when the Judeo-Christian ethic will joyously become one ethic, one ethos, one epoch! Israel and The Church together, forever, happily encompassing Jerusalem. While Yeshua/Shepherd graciously sits the King! A Song in the Night will clearly present the “The Song”. A book which for centuries has been left unattended, not understood, not interpreted, and archived into abysmal ambiguity. Read on, for to the Lord all song of praise is due. For in Him our song begins and ends.

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