H. A.
Ironside, Litt. D.

Author of “Notes on Hebrews,” “Lectures on Romans,”
Colossians,” “Revelation,” etc., etc.


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The little volume now before the reader con­sists of revised notes, considerably abbreviated, of addresses delivered in the Moody Memorial Church, Chicago, during a part of the winter of 1931-32. Many of those who listened to them professed to find blessing and edification, and there were hundreds of requests for their pub­lication in book form, to which I have been pleased to respond.

Their preparation for pub­lication has brought added joy to my own soul while meditating afresh on this singularly de­lightful portion of the Word of God. The atten­tive reader will realize at once that there has been no attempt to fully expound the Song, but rather to stress in each address some one or more of the outstanding features of the par­ticular portion discussed.

I hope none will charge me with intentional plagiarism if they find a re-emphasis of precious truths on which others have dwelt before me. I am glad to acknowledge my indebtedness to many to whom this book has proven a well-spring of spiritual refreshment, and undoubtedly I have incor­porated much that they have written, into my own addresses.

I have profited particularly from the reading of “The Song of Solomon,” by Adelaide Newton; “Meditations on the Song of Solomon,” by Andrew Miller; “The Canti­cles,” by J. G. Bellett; “The Song of Songs,” by J. B. Jackson; “The Song of Solomon,” by H. Friend, and an excellent work on the same subject by Dr. A. C. Gaebelein.

All of these I can most heartily recommend to any wishing fuller exposition than I have attempted to give in these fragmentary discourses.

If God be pleased to own this attempt to create a greater yearning for fellowship with Himself and to lead the way into a deeper knowledge of the love of Christ, the labor ex­pended will be well worth while.

H. A. Ironside
Chicago, Ill.,

February 1933

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