Character greatly influences the choices we make. And when faced with the option to do the right thing, or go another way, integrity makes all the difference!
It’s important to understand the culture in which a Bible passage is written, so we can accurately interpret, and apply, that passage to our lives today. Let's study the historical context of Ruth chapter three, to understand a risky choice Ruth made.
There are passages in the Bible that appear pretty risqué at first glance. When we understand the culture, we find that things aren’t always as they seem!
Every follower of God knows the tug-of-war between waiting patiently on Him, and taking action. Let's discuss this sensitive balance as we study the book of Ruth, and learn practical tools for our life.
If you’ve received help from a friend or family member, you know the impact kindness can have on life. Let's reflect on the ways God shows loving-kindness to those who follow Him.
God uses ordinary people like you and me to bless others in need. Perhaps, for instance, you’ve been the recipient of financial help from a friend, just when you needed it most.
Translating the Bible from its original language is a tedious and complicated assignment.
God is loyal to His children. His love will never waver. And He’s promised to stay with us, no matter what we say or do.
Whether it’s a holiday feast, or a simple meal with friends, memories of loved ones gathered at our dinner table warm our hearts. Another practical lesson from the book of Ruth.
Most of us are intentional about extending kindness to someone in their time of need. But some people have a special gift for helping others, and building them up.
If you’ve received help and encouragement from a friend or mentor, then you know firsthand how a kind word, or thoughtful gesture can impact a life.