Psalms 22:1-22:1

Jesus appears often in the Old Testament. And here, David speaks of the majesty and also the suffering of the coming Messiah… 800-some years before He came.

Ruth 3:18-4:22

Boaz conducts a legal transaction enabling him to marry this poor foreign woman Ruth, who trusted the God of Israel and became part of the line of Messiah. This book is a type, or model, of how we can claim Christ as our Savior and Redeemer.

Ruth 3:4-18

Ruth meets Boaz on the threshing floor; she takes the initiative and does the correct thing according to the instructions given her by her Mother-in-Law Naomi.

Ruth 3:1-3

Ruth's mother-in-law gives Ruth the proper instructions on how to approach Boaz, so that he might provide for her as a kinsman-redeemer.

Ruth 2:14-3:1

The love story between Ruth and Boaz, which is a parallel between Christ and his Church. Ruth finds out that Boaz is legally able to marry and provide for her because he is a "kinsman redeemer."

Ruth 2:3-13

Ruth meets Boaz, a beautiful love story, a romance carried on correctly and honorably, and how Ruth's kinsman redeemer, Boaz, represents Jesus Christ our Kinsman Redeemer.

Ruth 1:10-2:2

Ruth, the love story that shows Christ's redemption for his people. A story about a "prodigal family" that goes into a far country to escape hardship, but all the men in the family die, leaving Naomi and Ruth to return to Israel. For Naomi this is home, but for Ruth, she is changing Gods.

Ruth 1:1-9

An introduction to the book that shows a love story, and a picture of Christ, our Kinsman Redeemer, and how God uses imperfect people in imperfect circumstances to woo people from all nations unto himself.

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