Song of Solomon 2:10-11a and a Male and Female Goldfinch, Bellevue, Nebraska.
“My beloved calls to me, ‘Arise, my darling. Come away with me, my beautiful one. For now the winter is past…’” Song of Solomon 2:10-11a
The Songs of Spring Sing, “Arise My Darling”
Praise the Lord! He gives spring. He gives it to us and to all His creation. Without spring no new life would come. It’s no wonder, that Jesus chose to bring new life through His resurrection in the spring.
The sounds of spring are sweet and full of life. The birds call to their mates and say, “Arise, my darling. Come away with me, my beautiful one.” Their springtime songs not only romances each other, but human hearts and ears too. Through them God speaks to us and says, “Come away with me”.
Praise God for the sites, sounds and songs of spring!
Read all of Song of Solomon 2.
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