Kiss me and kiss me again, for your love is sweeter than wine. How fragrant your cologne; your name is like its spreading fragrance. No wonder all the young women love you! Take me with you; come, let’s run! The king has brought me into his bedroom. How happy we are for you, O king. We praise your love even more than wine. How right they are to adore you. —Song of Solomon 1:1-6
So, when was the last time your pastor, priest or minister preached a sermon from the Song of Solomon? This amazing book was written almost 1000 years before Christ, and it sits right smack dab in the middle of your Bible usually with the pages stuck together!
Today on the show we are going to talk about The Song of Solomon. It is indeed The Song of all Songs.
Bio: Richard Ramsey is an award-winning film director with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre… from the University of Houston, he spent his early career impacting the independent film world in Texas.
This movie marks Richard’s first feature film as a writer & director. His short films have been featured in numerous film festivals and websites. Richard lives in Louisville, KY where he serves as the Artistic Director, of City on a Hill Studio. He and his wife have four children all named after Beatles songs!