Join us as we dive into the “most spiritual” of King Solomon’s 3 books, the Song of Songs. We begin by acknowledging the intimate subject of the book; this rather plain-spoken introduction is followed by a lesson on interpreting allegory with the help of the Hebrew word “ani” which means “I” or “boat.” We then begin the text itself by interpreting the rich allegorical language of chapter 4 before returning to the beginning of the book, where we discover more about the true identities of the Bridegroom and His bride and their extravagantly intimate relationship.
Beth Tikkun Messianic Fellowship has been described by some visitors as “a slice of the Kingdom of God”. It is comprised of Jews and Gentiles from all walks of life and backgrounds. People old and young of all races and nationalities find Beth Tikkun to be a welcoming home for truth seekers. Beth Tikkun Messianic Fellowship is lead by Grant Luton.