Chapter 7: The Wedding

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 6: To Be or Not to Be?

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 5: Matchmaking

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 4: Barley Harvest

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 3: “I Want to Go Home.”

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 2: One Thing After Another

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 1: Famine

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 10: “Have you seen Him?”

Jesus the Baby
"A Baby!" On a night like this! With all this crowd of people about! Huh, huh, huh, goodness gracious me! All I've got is one of the stables at the back. I believe there's one at the end there pretty clean. That's all I've got, young fella. I'm sorry, but that's all. You're just lucky I didn't think of the stable earlier for some of the others. This is a mess, this census, and no mistake." So the innkeeper of Bethlehem thought - but God had the situation in His control.

Chapter 8: “A Baby! On a night like this!” & Chapter 9: Born in a Stable

Jesus the Baby
"A Baby!" On a night like this! With all this crowd of people about! Huh, huh, huh, goodness gracious me! All I've got is one of the stables at the back. I believe there's one at the end there pretty clean. That's all I've got, young fella. I'm sorry, but that's all. You're just lucky I didn't think of the stable earlier for some of the others. This is a mess, this census, and no mistake." So the innkeeper of Bethlehem thought - but God had the situation in His control.

The Blind Man Sees

The Blind Man Sees

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