Sermon Series
  • 1. Where You Go I Will Go

    Contributed on Jun 5, 2016

    This first chapter of Ruth will help us see that there are great possibilities ahead that we are not aware of. God has been working all along in the background even if all around us is full of darkness and despair.

    We are going to start a new series today in the Book of Ruth. What do we know about that Book of Ruth? For one thing, this short Book consisting of only four chapters and 100 verses is a link between the time of the judges and the kings of Israel. Remember that during the time of the Judges, more

  • 2. Sacrificial Service

    Contributed on Jun 12, 2016
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    Ruth displayed her sacrificial love and service to her mother in law, Naomi by her willingness to glean in the field of Boaz even in the heat of the sun. Such godly character produced a blessing that transformed Naomi's bitterness into hope and joy.

    We are continuing our study in the book of Ruth. Last week, we studied chapter one concerning a man from Judah named Elimelech relocating his entire family to Moab, the land of pagan idol worshipers. Elimelech lived during the time of the Judges, was married to Naomi and they had two sons, named more

  • 3. The Guardian Redeemer Of The Family

    Contributed on Jun 19, 2016

    In this study, we will learn of the dream of Naomi for a home where Ruth will be properly provided for. In the same manner, we dream of a home where Christ is our Kinsman Redeemer shielding our home from the enemy attacks.

    Today, we are going to study chapter three of the Book of Ruth. So, far, we have learned that Elimelech and his wife Naomi relocated their family from Judah to Moab. They had two sons, Mahlon and Kilion who married Moabite women named Orpha and Ruth. But at the course of time, Elimelech died and more

  • 4. Discovering Your Destiny In Christ

    Contributed on Jul 11, 2016

    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.

    There is a vast difference between FATE and DESTINY. Fate is usually thought of as a predetermined course of events beyond the human control. A typical response of a person who believes in fate is resignation - if we can't change destiny, then why even try? Whatever happens, happens and we can't more