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June 1, 2018
THE BEST IS YET TO COME by Pastor Kuechler
November 1, 2018


Song Of Solomon Series.
A beautiful shepherd girl was about to marry her first love. He was a poor shepherd who had no worldly wealth to offer her, however, what he did have is an unfailing love for her that was straight out of heaven. One day King Solomon looked over his vast kingdom and saw this beautiful peasant girl from Shulam and decided to take her from her beloved shephard lover and make her one of his 700 wives. But her beloved shepherd lover would not let her go. The problem? Solomon’s intoxicating culture of prestige, wealth, and power that threatened their relationship and her love for her beloved. Against this backdrop, incredible revelations and eye-opening insights from the Song of Solomon chapters 1 and 2 will help you recapture your love for God and gain a deep understanding of this mysterious book. You will also learn about King Solomon, the influence of Solomon's Temple, the end time message hidden in this book as well as a verse by verse study in chapters 1 and 2 of the Song of Solomon. This book will ultimately help you enter into God's rest.It is a powerful for the church today to judge what fruit we are seeking and to hear the call, "return to our first love." --Pastor Steve Franks, Kings Chapel, Kauai, HI This book has the power, not only to enlighten, but to impart and activate empowering truths into all who desire to learn more about the Song of Solomon. --Pastor Sandra Chipchase, Word-A-Live-Church, Grass Valley, CA It is an AWESOME book! I am not just saying that! It really is clearly written so anybody can understand and learn. It has given me greater knowledge of the Book of Song of Solomon like never before. A great author knows how to write a book that many can come away with knowledge/wisdom and longing for more of God and his ways. And Pastor Brad Kuechler has done that. You won't be disappointed. You should see my book, it is underlined, marked up, and more! LOLLL. It's so good!!! --Angela Allen, South Carolina

„Song of Solomon 1:15 says, "Behold, you are fair, my love! Behold, you are fair! You have dove's eyes." Doves don’t have any peripheral vision. In other words, they can only see straight ahead, only seeing what is right in front of them. If they want to see something to the side of them, they have to turn their entire head to see it. The beloved shepherd noticed that she still had eyes for him. Like a dove’s eyes, she didn’t turn her head to the right or left. Her eyes were fixed on him and him alone, straight ahead. Similarly, God desires us to have dove’s eyes. He does not want us to be distracted by worldly temptations, Christian success, or trying to please people. God is pleased when we lose our peripheral vision for the things of the world. He loves when we block off all distractions and seek only Him. God wants us to have dove’s eyes. He wants us to have our eyes dedicated for His service, His presence, His will, and His heavenly calling.”


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