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Ruth 4 - AMP

2 And Boaz took ten men of the elders of the city and said, Sit down here. And they sat down. 3 And he said to the kinsman, Naomi, who has returned from the country of Moab, has sold the parcel of land which belonged to our brother Elimelech. 4 And I thought to let you hear of it, saying, Buy it in the presence of those sitting here and before the elders of my people. If you will redeem it, redeem it; but if you will not redeem it, then say so, that I may know; for there is no one besides you to redeem it, and I am after you. And he said, I will redeem it. 5 Then Boaz said, The day you buy the field of Naomi, you must buy also Ruth the Moabitess, the widow of the dead man, to restore the name of the dead to his inheritance. 6 And the kinsman said, I cannot redeem it for myself, lest I endanger my own inheritance. Take my right of redemption yourself, for I cannot redeem it. 7 Now formerly in Israel this was the custom concerning redeeming and exchanging. To confirm a transaction, a man pulled off his sandal and gave it to the other. This was the way of attesting in Israel. 8 Therefore, when the kinsman said to Boaz, Buy it for yourself, he pulled off his sandal. 9 And Boaz said to the elders and to all the people, You are witnesses this day that I have bought all that was Elimelech's and all that was Chilion's and Mahlon's from the hand of Naomi. 10 Also Ruth the Moabitess, the widow of Mahlon, I have bought to be my wife to restore the name of the dead to his inheritance, that the name of the dead may not be cut off from among his brethren and from the gate of his birthplace. You are witnesses this day. 11 And all the people at the gate and the elders said, We are witnesses. May the Lord make the woman who is coming into your house like Rachel and Leah, the two who built the household of Israel. May you do worthily and get wealth (power) in Ephratah and be famous in Bethlehem. 12 And let your house be like the house of Perez, whom Tamar bore to Judah, because of the offspring which the Lord will give you by this young woman. 13 So Boaz took Ruth and she became his wife. And he went in to her, and the Lord caused her to conceive, and she bore a son. 14 And the women said to Naomi, Blessed be the Lord, Who has not left you this day without a close kinsman, and may his name be famous in Israel. 15 And may he be to you a restorer of life and a nourisher and supporter in your old age, for your daughter-in-law who loves you, who is better to you than seven sons, has borne him. 16 Then Naomi took the child and laid him in her bosom and became his nurse. 17 And her neighbor women gave him a name, saying, A son is born to Naomi. They named him Obed. He was the father of Jesse, the father of David . 18 Now these are the descendants of Perez: Perez was the father of Hezron, 19 Hezron of Ram, Ram of Amminadab, 20 Amminadab of Nahshon, Nahshon of Salmon, 21 Salmon of Boaz, Boaz of Obed, 22 Obed of Jesse, and Jesse of David .

Sermons on Ruth 4 More sermons: Ruth 4

Elmer Towns avatar
Naomi Lesson 2
Shared by: Elmer Towns on Jan, 2017
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:16
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 58
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Naomi Lesson 2
Shared by: Elmer Towns on Nov, 2016
Summary: A Compromising Mother Becomes a Godly Grandmother
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 43
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Discovering Your Destiny in Christ
Shared by: Manny Salva Cruz on Jul, 2016
Summary: God has a good plan for our lives and we can discover our destiny in Christ by making daily decisions in submission to His Word through the power of the Holy Spirit. This is the lesson we can learn from the last chapter of Ruth.
Series: Ruth
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Sermon Outline - Our kinsman redeemer
Shared by: Dean Courtier on Jul, 2016
Summary: What Boaz did for Ruth is a vivid illustration of what Jesus Christ did for you and me on the cross. We, the near kinsman, cannot save ourselves, so we take off our shoe and give it to Christ.
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Ruth 4:7-8
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 179
Larry Turner avatar
At the Redeemer's Feet
Shared by: Larry Turner on Jun, 2016
Summary: Ruth found it necessary to rest at the feet of Boaz to be redeemed. We should do the same at the feet of Jesus.
Jonathan Vorce avatar
The Place of Blessing
Shared by: Jonathan Vorce on Mar, 2016
Summary: The "blessing of the Lord" is the difference between those that spend their lifetime trying to make ends meet and those who live in the abundant prosperity that operating in God’s kingdom can bring.
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:17
Denomination: Church Of God
Views: 310
Russ Barksdale avatar
The Song of Redemption
Shared by: Russ Barksdale on Mar, 2016
Summary: Relationships, particularly marriage, are a major part of God’s plan to redeem us
Series: R&B
Scripture: Ruth 4:1-12
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 86
Ken Ritz avatar
Shared by: Ken Ritz on Mar, 2016
Summary: Part 4 of series on Ruth
Paul Carlson avatar
Display Loyal Love for Your Redeemer!
Shared by: Paul Carlson on Dec, 2015
Summary: PROPOSITION: Because Christ is your Kinsman-Redeemer, you must forsake your pagan ways and demonstrate loyal love to Him.
Series: O.T. Survey
Chris Jordan avatar
The Story: Ruth and the Kinsman Redeemer
Shared by: Chris Jordan on Dec, 2015
Summary: The story of Ruth is more than just a simple love story: Boaz is a type of Jesus Christ, our Kinsman Redeemer.
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:17
Denomination: Foursquare
Views: 620
Christopher Holdsworth avatar
Man's Plans and God's Purposes
Shared by: Christopher Holdsworth on Oct, 2015
Summary: A man’s plans may be one thing (Proverbs 16:9), but it is God’s purposes that prevail (Proverbs 19:21).
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Our Kinsman-Redeemer
Shared by: Troy Borst on May, 2015
Summary: It is this word which describes Boaz that is at the center of the Book of Ruth and points directly to Jesus Christ which is the point of our time together today… Jesus Christ is our Kinsman-Redeemer.
Series: Book of Ruth
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P***** Off At God
Shared by: Troy Borst on Apr, 2015
Summary: Being angry at God is a reality for some believers. Where does this anger come from? What are we supposed to do with it? This inductive sermon digs into those two questions using Naomi's life from Ruth 1-4.
Series: Book of Ruth
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:22
Views: 710
John McCormack avatar
Shared by: John McCormack on Jan, 2015
Scripture: Ruth 4:7
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 191
Davon Huss avatar
The Kin of Kinsman Redeemer
Shared by: Davon Huss on Dec, 2014
Summary: Let's talk about the "kin" or kinsman redeemer through 3 passages in the New Testament
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The Willing Kinsman Redeemer
Shared by: Davon Huss on Dec, 2014
Summary: Let's discuss two common accusations (against a willing kinsman redeemer and the atonement) in our day
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The Able Kinsman Redeemer
Shared by: Davon Huss on Dec, 2014
Summary: From Hebrews 7:25 let’s talk about uttermost (KJV), then completely (NIV) and then how Jesus Christ can save this way
Mike Fogerson avatar
When God Gets in Your Shoes
Shared by: Mike Fogerson on Dec, 2014
Summary: There are many believers who want the blessing, favor, greater anointing, 60-fold/100-fold blessing but their not willing to do what it takes to move up into greater blessing and move in into greater favor.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Ruth 4:3-17
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,544
Davon Huss avatar
The Beauties of Bethlehem
Shared by: Davon Huss on Dec, 2014
Summary: Let's talk about the beauties of Bethlehem from Ruth 4 and Matthew 1 (Ties in with hymn, O Little Town of Bethlehem)
Scripture: Ruth 4:11-22
Views: 471
Isaac Butterworth avatar
My Redeemer Lives!
Shared by: Isaac Butterworth on Dec, 2014
Summary: God’s plan of redemption has been in process for centuries on end, but what it comes down to is this: Jesus is our greater Boaz. He is the faithful Redeemer, who has paid the price to deliver us and to recover us for an eternity of joy.
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Look what God has done!
Shared by: T.J. Conwell on Nov, 2014
Summary: In the darkest days of Israel, in time of Judges (Ruth 1:1) ... God was at work! Our challenge is, will you trust Him to be at work in your life today and give you everything you need, or will you deny Him in place of your own preferences?
Series: Ruth
Scripture: Ruth 4:1-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 944
Kevin Ruffcorn avatar
Bold Steps
Shared by: Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep, 2014
Summary: Ruth moves boldly to establish a relationship with Boaz. Her boldness is rewarded.
Scripture: Ruth 4:1-18
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 596
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Ordinary Acts
Shared by: Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep, 2014
Summary: Ruth and Boaz are married. Ruth gives birth to Obed, who is the grandfather of David. Ordinary actions are used by God to accomplish God’s purpose.
Scripture: Ruth 4:1-22
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 263
Paul Clemente avatar
Are we joining God in His plans?
Shared by: Paul Clemente on Sep, 2014
Summary: Only a fool will go against God's plan which will always happen!
Series: Ruth
Scripture: Ruth 4:13-22
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 332
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Doing The Right Thing
Shared by: Paul Clemente on Aug, 2014
Summary: Do we know the rights things to do and are we really doing them?
Series: Ruth
Scripture: Ruth 3:1-4:12
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 790
Jacob Brimm avatar
Redemption in Ruth
Shared by: Jacob Brimm on Aug, 2014
Summary: Sometimes God is working when we cannot see. Ruth is the best example of this. This is best done in 3 separate sermons and not attempted to be done in one setting. I will provide a break down into a 3 sermon series soon.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 672
Tim Smith avatar
In Need of a Redeemer
Shared by: Tim Smith on May, 2014
Summary: This sermon is about Ruth and Naomi's wilderness experience through death and loss
Scripture: Ruth 4:13-15
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 898
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The Story- Chapter 9
Shared by: Jeffery Anselmi on Mar, 2014
Summary: God works is mysterious ways. In chapter 9 we will see that what looks like poor judgement from a lower story perspective is all a part of God's upper story!
Series: The Story
David Taylor avatar
An Introduction to Ruth
Shared by: David Taylor on Mar, 2014
Summary: Seeing God in the Ordinary An Introduction to Ruth
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Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:18
Views: 934
Perry Greene avatar
The High Cost of Acceptance
Shared by: Perry Greene on Nov, 2013
Summary: We see some costly things involved in the story of Ruth, including the costs of her "Redeemer." The book of Ruth reveals: A Spiritual Conversion; A Substantial Compassion; and a Significant Commitment.
Scripture: Ruth 1:1-4:22
Views: 736