Isaiah 61:2-62:12

Our study of the Old Testament book of Isaiah continues in chapter 61, where we’ll witness the foreshadowing of Jesus Christ and be reminded of the power God’s Word has to save us all.

Ruth 3:18-4:22

As Boaz redeemed Ruth, so our Lord wants to redeem us. That’s the powerful truth in the happy ending of the story of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz.

Ruth 3:4-18

Ruth is clear, she wants Boaz as her Kinsman Redeemer. So must our intentions be before we come before the Lord. That’s the connection our teacher Dr. McGee clear makes as the beautiful love story of Ruth and Boaz continues.

Ruth 3:1-3

When all seems lost, God can make a way. That’s the theme of Ruth, chapter 3. The instructions Naomi gives Ruth as she comes before Boaz are also a beautiful picture of how we can come before the Lord Jesus and claim him as our Kinsman Redeemer.

Ruth 2:14-3:1

Boaz shows kindness to Ruth, and Naomi hatches a plan. Join us as the redemption story of Ruth and Naomi—and each one of us—continues to unfold.

Ruth 2:3-13

Ruth begins to glean in the fields and Boaz takes notice. What happens next?

Ruth 1:10-2:2

Two widowed daughters-in-law are faced with a difficult choice. Ruth chooses loyalty and her reward is a love story that extends far beyond the time of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz.

Ruth 1:1-9

Against the dark and sinful backdrop in the days of the Judges, God gives us a beautiful and bright story of love and redemption. Dr. McGee guides us through the powerful account of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz, and shows the parallels in God’s love for us.

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