I’ve continued to work on other readings of Christian books or treatises I’ve found very spiritually beneficial, all of which you can find here.
And we just finished our latest: Richard Sibbes’ “Bowels Opened”, his exposition on Song of Solomon 4:16-6:3 (I believe “bowels” are like bowels of love, or bowels of mercy).
The Song of Solomon is most often considered to be a revelation of the relationship between Christ and His bride, the Church (including each individual member). To me, it’s extraordinarily beautiful, and I believe should be studied thoroughly.
In Sibbes’ writing, he takes you through some of the descriptions of Christ from His spouse, and vice-versa, and a time where she slumbers while He knocks, and some of the repercussions and recovery.
Again to me, this book of the Bible is such a glorious picture of the excellencies of Christ, and an amazing discovery of the intimacy between Christ and the Church, and each Christian.
We pray this might be a blessing to you!
(Note that at the above link, you can listen to each sermon in line, download each, or download all of them in a .zip file.)
May Christ Jesus be magnified and glorified through His word!