I think that I may have missed something, coming in to the middle of a conversation.
Your letter mentioned,
“IF WINTER IS PAST IT MUST BE SPRING......NOT FALL, NOT SUMMER.............DUH?”
Had someone previously claimed that the Song of Solomon was speaking about Fall & Summer?
If that is not what happened, is it because some people believe that the blessed hope may be in the Summer, Fall, or Winter?
If that is the case, I was wondering about something.
I also, had been convinced, for years, that the “Rise up” in the Song of Solomon was a picture of the blessed hope, however, I did not see it as “the” dogmatic line on the timing.
With the abundance of symbology & typology in the Song of Solomon, why would that one reference, be the only one in scriptures, that gives the literal timing of the blessed hope?
Why must the other symbolic pictures of the blessed hope, that others have hinted at, not to be taken literally regarding the timing, but only the Song of Solomon can be?Gino