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.
Our past experiences often cloud the way we view those around us. It’s not easy being objective when we meet someone new! A discussion on relationships.
Our character is often revealed in the way we treat men and women we meet, regardless of their station in life.
When we witness an abuse of power, it’s natural to question authority and be reserved in giving allegiance to those who lead us.
How we approach God is affected by the way we view Him. Is God your companion, your buddy, or the King over your life? Let's discuss our prayer life, and remember that God is on the throne!
The culture you grew up in not only affects the way you view life, but it affects the way you read the Bible and respond to it.
Friday, August 20, 2010
God Is At Work - The Story of Ruth Part II - A "Chance" Meeting, Part 28 of 44
TEXT: "While Ruth was there, Boaz arrived from Bethlehem and greeted the harvesters. 'The Lord be with you!' he said. 'The Lord bless you!' the harvesters replied. Then Boaz asked his foreman, 'Who is that girl over…