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  • God's Hand At Work Series

    Contributed by Anthony Craver on Sep 27, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    In Ruth chapter two we begin to see the hand of God at work in very visible ways!

    God’s Hand at Work Ruth Chapter Two I. Introduction Someone has said that the book of Ruth begins with the death of a husband and ends with the birth of a baby. It is true that the book begins with sorrow and ends with joy! What got Ruth from sorrow to joy? Last week, we saw Ruth’s more

  • Ruth 2: God Provides Generous Justice Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Jan 16, 2020

    Ruth has 3 strikes against her: a widow, a foreigner, and fatherless. God provides by the law of gleaning, and the righteousness of Boaz.

    Ruth 2: God Provides GENEROUS JUSTICE ***My father told me about his great-grandfather, a farmer who emigrated to America, along with many from his church in the Netherlands. Unfortunately, the man’s wife died, leaving him with three young children. He hired a teenage girl to watch the children, more

  • Sermon 5: God’s Watchcare Over His Children Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Jul 21, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Ruth 2 says Ruth “happened” upon the field of a prominent man named Boaz. This changed the course of Ruth's and Naomi’s lives forever! But this was not simple coincidence or chance. This sermon teaches us about God’s watchcare for His children through His providence, provision and promotion.

    Sermon 5: God’s Watchcare Over His Children Series: Ruth Chuck Sligh July 14, 2019 BLURB: Ruth 2 tells us that Ruth “happened” upon the field of a prominent man named Boaz. This changed the course of Ruth's and Naomi’s life forever! Was this simple coincidence or chance? This sermon teaches us more

  • Ruth The Caregiver - Sermon Iii: A Caregiver Who Made Sacrifices Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Nov 4, 2019

    if caregiving is sincere, the caregiver must be willing to do what needs to be done when it needs to be done for as long as it needs to be done. When offering to help, don't just say it - do it.

    RUTH: WOMAN OF DEVOTION – SERMON III: A CAREGIVER WHO MADE SACRIFICES Ruth 2:8-12 Ruth was the daughter-in-law of a Jewish woman by the name of Naomi. You will recall that Naomi and her more

  • God's Grace

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Jan 2, 2020

    This is a sermon Grace - How to Start a New Year - A New Month and a New Life in Grace - Receiving and Giving Grace

    Scripture: Ephesians 2:8-9; Ruth 2:1-17 Theme: 5 G’s for 2020 Title: Grace INTRO: Grace and peace in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit! Welcome to a New Year! One of the interesting things that happens each year is that our dictionaries update and add new words. Words that more

  • Fullness In The Field Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jul 8, 2020

    As Ruth entered what appeared to be a random field, in hopes of being able to glean enough to survive, she had no idea of the providence of God at work in her life. She came empty, and yet, she would leave filled.

    Fullness in the Field Ruth 2:8-14 It has been a long journey from the desolation and desperation of Moab. Surely Ruth wondered what she would find as she made her way to a new land. I’m sure there were fears and uncertainties in her mind. Even though she was unaware, God was providentially more

  • Stuff Happens Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jul 16, 2020

    In your time of need, trust God for direction, protection, and provision.

    After a night out with friends, David Brown, an Englishman, woke up with a series of random numbers in his head. After trying to figure what those numbers meant, he sent a text message using those numbers. In the message, he asked, “Did I meet you last night?” The recipient was a confused Michelle more

  • An Overview Of The Book Of Ruth

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Oct 13, 2013
    based on 7 ratings

    It all comes down to a moment at midnight on a particular threshing floor in the valley below Bethlehem.

    AN OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK OF RUTH. Ruth 1-4. The structure of the Book of Ruth is interesting. It begins in the time of the Judges, and ends with a genealogy that runs on to King David, thus justifying the book’s canonical position between Judges and 1 Samuel. The whole story pivots on a time more

  • Boaz's Character As A Man Of God

    Contributed by Greg Van Heukelom on Aug 20, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    It's sad---but too many men need to relearn how to be a Biblical man---Boaz has a lot to teach us in this regard

    Boaz’s Character- a Man of God, Aug 9nd 2020 Ruth 2 Hello, I'm Pastor Greg with Calvary Reformed Church. We started a series last week on the book of Ruth. I'm finding this to be a pretty amazing series. Before we start, let's have a word of prayer: Father God as we come before You we more

  • The Man Who Came To The Rescue

    Contributed by David Rigg on Feb 29, 2020

    This sermon in my series from the book of Ruth continues the story of how Boaz is used by God to accomplish His plan.

    The Man Who Came To The Rescue Ruth 2:4-18 [4] Now behold, Boaz came from Bethlehem, and said to the reapers, "The Lord be with you!" And they answered him, "The Lord bless you!" [5] Then Boaz said to his servant who was in charge of the reapers, "Whose young woman is more

  • 'your God Will Be My God'

    Contributed by Ian Lyall on Oct 28, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    Ruth chose to follow Naomi back to Bethlehem, declaring "Your God will be my God". That decision had results far beyonf what Ruth might have draemed possible

    Ruth 2:1-20a In that reading from Ruth tonight, we actually had quite a big chunk of that book of four chapters, which has been described as of the most charming stories ever written. Certainly it sits here in the midst of the history books of the Old Testament, and it seems something very more

  • Getting The Lucky Breaks Series

    Contributed by David Asch on Nov 21, 2005
    based on 60 ratings

    In this message we discover how we can experience God’s favor in our lives, as we continue in the book of Ruth.

    GETTING THE LUCKY BREAKS... Ruth 2:1-23 INTRO: Some people put a lot of stock in “luck.” That explains why I always get stuck in line paying for gas behind someone buying lottery tickets. Last week, the Kentucky Derby – “The most exciting two minutes in sports.” Trust me, the excitement has more

  • Is God's Favour Always Unfair?

    Contributed by Odon Bulamba on Nov 26, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    God's favour is always unfair. Accept it or not, like it or dislike it, God does things the way that He wants them to be done. He gives to someone who is different to your expectation and left aside the one that you might think deserves something from Him

    Ruth 2:10, “At this, she bowed down with her face to the ground. She asked him, “Why have I found such favor in your eyes that you notice me—a foreigner?” For those who want to know the story of Ruth: Naomi and her husband and her two sons were living in Bethlehem and more

  • Poor Naomi And Ruth

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jun 14, 2015

    Destitute and broken people are those God seeks to save. Who but the poor in spirit are prepared to receive the King of kings and enter the kingdom of heaven?

    Last week we began a study of the book of Ruth. We went through chapter one where Naomi is the chief character. Naomi is married and has two sons. They live in the bread basket of Israel, Bethlehem, but a famine hits and Naomi’s husband moves his family to Moab where he and both his sons more

  • Redemption Continues Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Aug 3, 2012

    Reconciliation and Redemption are key subjects for these verses...

    TEACHING BRIEF Date Written: July 23, 2012 Date Taught: July 25, 2012 Church: OPBC (Wed Night) FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS Title: A Study in the Book of Ruth Text: Ruth 2:4-13 NLT (read ALL passage here) Introduction: Last week we saw how redemption was happening for Naomi and Ruth & how more