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  • Take Off Your Shoes

    Contributed by Michael Dephillips on Feb 5, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    John made the statement that he wasn’t worthy even to unloose the latchet of Jesus’ sandals

    " Take off thy shoes" Ruth 4:1-8 Many times in the last few years I’ve questioned in my heart the mercy Christ has given me by my salvation and the great honor bestowed on such an undeserving man as me to preach the gospel. My heart sometimes almost breaks when I realize that the Creator of more

  • God's Promise Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on May 10, 2003
    based on 30 ratings

    This is the 4th study in the study "God Is On The Job". This study looks at how God always fulfills His promises.

    GOD’S PROMISE Ruth 4:1-12 Has someone ever made a promise to you and then broke it? Have you ever broken a promise? O course the answer to both of these questions is yes. This is one of the reasons we have a hard time following God. Yes we all know that God never breaks a promise, but the more

  • A Kinsman Redeemer

    Contributed by William Rushing on Jun 19, 2002
    based on 47 ratings

    This sermon looks at the role of the kinsman redeemer and relates the redeemer to Chirst. The sermon also shows three benefits of redemption.

    I. Introduction a. The Story of Ruth i. Ruth 4:1-5 ii. In the Old Testament, the New is Concealed, In the New Testament, the Old is Revealed. 1. The Redemption of Ruth gives us the Testimony of Jesus. b. Reasons for Redemption i. A Relative Sold into Slavery (Lev. 25:47-49) ii. Preserve the more

  • How Far Would You Go? Series

    Contributed by David Asch on Nov 20, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    What lengths would you go to in order to secure God’s blessing on what you do? Do you want God to bless your desires? How can we be sure of God’s blessing in what we pursue?

    HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO? Ruth 4:1-12 INTRO: Film clip showing something going the great lengths to get someone’s blessing: Meet the Parents. I’m always surprised at the lengths people sometimes go to in order to get my blessing on something. I guess they think that, since I’m the pastor, if they get more

  • Staying In Love For All The Right Reasons

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Jul 22, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    Part two of a three part series on Marriage

    I am currently working with a group of middle and high school students through a community initiative called “Communities That Care.” CTC is seeking to develop a climate in our county that will reduce drug, alcohol, and tobacco use as well as create a more pro-active involvement among our youth more

  • Faith In God Works Series

    Contributed by James Galbraith on Jul 8, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Concluding my series on the book of Ruth, focusing on how Ruth’s faith in God saw her through her tragedy and into God’s blessing.

    Ruth 4 – Faith in God works By James Galbraith First Baptist Church, Port Alberni July 8, 2007 Introduction/Review We have been following the lives of two widows, Naomi and Ruth. Naomi is Ruth’s mother-in-law, and she is past the age of remarriage and child bearing. Without assistance she would more

  • The Best Is Yet To Come Series

    Contributed by Dean O'bryan on Jul 1, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    Final in a four-part series from Ruth. Boaz fulfills his promise to redeem Ruth and illustrates Christ’s redemption of us.

    Trinity Baptist Church July 1, 2007 Ruth: God Redeems The best is yet to come Ruth 4:1-22 I love a good read. And I really like stories with good endings. The book of Ruth gives us both. We’ve seen what a great piece of drama it is. Ruth is one of the Bible’s shorter books -- it only has more

  • Bought With A Price Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Nov 21, 2006
    based on 28 ratings

    This is the fourth sermon in the book of Ruth. This is a study in redemption.

    Bought With a Price Ruth 4:1-6 Today we conclude our series on the Book of Ruth. (Review) Chapter one showed Naomi is in a bad situation. She had left her own country, lost her husband, lost her two sons and one of her daughters-in-law left her too. Yet Ruth stayed with Naomi. In fact she more

  • Restoration Complete Series

    Contributed by Anthony Craver on Oct 11, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Ruth’s restoration is completed!

    Restoration Complete! Ruth Chapter Four I. Introduction The book of Ruth is both historical and symbolic. It pictures the tragedy of death in Ruth’s family and the joy of redemption. It symbolizes the Lord Jesus Christ and His work in redeeming the lost world. Boaz, the kinsman redeemer is a more

  • "My Two Husbands"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Mar 5, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    Ask yourself two profound questions: Why did God kill Mahlon for marrying Ruth? Why didn’t God kill Boaz for marrying Ruth? It took two husbands to bring God’s grace to Ruth. Jesus is both the Son of Man and the Son of God!

    “My two husbands!” Introduction: Most born again Christians are living much likened unto Ruth when she first came into the promise land. She knew that she was a part of the family of Israel because of her marriage to Mahlon, but she had not yet assessed her full potential. Instead of living in a more

  • Rejoicing Because Of Redemption Series

    Contributed by James May on Sep 1, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    Final Sermon in the series. Ruth rejoices because she is redeemed. How much more should our redemption bring rejoicing?

    Book of Ruth Series #4 Rejoicing Because of Redemption Through a series of events, Ruth has come to know Boaz. She has renounced her old life of idolatry and has repented, or turned away from serving the god of death. She has chosen to come to a place where she devotes herself and her life to more

  • Justice For All Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Aug 8, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    1) Boaz’s preparation for court action, (2) the transcript of the court proceedings, & (3) Boaz’s response to the outcome of the court proceedings.

    This week saw the conviction of Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb receiving sentences of seven and six years in jail, respectively, by an Ontario Superior Court judge for their orchestrating a massive accounting fraud at theatre company Livent Inc. This has been a drama playing out for the past more

  • Ruth Rejoicing Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Feb 20, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    In four short chapters we move from tragedy to triumph, from despair to joy, from emptiness to fullness. This book begins with famine and funerals, and concludes with a wedding and the joyful birth of a son.

    The final chapter of this quiet drama takes place before the town gate of Bethlehem, where all important transactions were conducted. Here is where the matter of Ruth the foreigner would be settled. After the late-night rendezvous of chapter 3, Boaz goes right to work; he finds his kinsman and more

  • Paying The Bill Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Feb 26, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 4th sermon in the series "God’s Gift Of..."

    Family Worship December 13, 2009 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: God’s Gift Of… [#4] PAYING THE BILL Ruth 4:1-12 Introduction: When I was in college at UNM, my roommate Ron and I decided to take these 2 cheerleaders out on a date. Now the idea of taking college more

  • God's Hand In Our Redemption Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Sep 20, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    In Boaz, we see a picture of our kinsman-redeemer, Jesus Christ.

    For free, weekly sermons by email, please contact, or visit Jonathan’s blog:] REVIEW • The book of Ruth takes place “when the judges ruled” (1:1). • Elimelech and Naomi move from Bethlehem (“house of bread”) to Moab to escape a more