Sermon Series
  • 1. Ruth Scene 2

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2013
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    2 Ruth knew the Israelite custom of gleaning. What a beautiful Law it was that God instituted to help the poor. He didn’t set up government welfare where people were given money to do whatever they wanted with. He provided a plan that if a person was will

    The rich farmers or business people could allow the poor to work for something that the wealthy person didn’t need. Because let’s face it, most of us even half way well off people have way more than we need. A car dealer could spare a used car for a person’s use if the person was more

  • 2. Ruth Scene 3

    Contributed on Feb 21, 2013

    This chapter in Ruth gives us a perfect example of how we need to recognize our need for a redeemer and claim the gift that Jesus gives. He doesn’t pour it out until we ask for it. We need to go and allow him to cover us with the corner of his cloak. Boaz

    So Naomi finds out that Ruth is gleaning in Boaz’s field and she says, “Should I not seek rest for you, Is Boaz not our relative?” If you recall when Naomi was telling Ruth and Orpah to stay in Moab she said, “The Lord grant that you find rest, each of you in the house of more

  • 3. Ruth Scene 4

    Contributed on Mar 1, 2013

    Christ died on the cross for you; he went to the grave for you; and even today he stands at the door of all people and knocks...notice he doesn’t crash the door, we have to invite Him in, take the gift of eternal life by faith. Ruth gave Boaz permission a

    Ruth has come all the way from the land of Moab into the heart and home of Boaz. And we who were one time strangers, far from God, without hope in the world, are now sealed in the heart and home of Jesus. We today have been redeemed into the family of God, and one of these days we are going to live more