May 3, 2015
In the verses we study this morning we see Paul’s ministry and we see things that should mark our ministry today. Part 1
April 28, 2015
In the second chapter, Ruth makes good on her promise to Naomi. She promised to leave everything she had ever known about life in Moab to go to Israel with Naomi (1:16–17). Now she is in Bethlehem, trying to provide for herself and her mother-in-law.
April 26, 2015
In the verses we study this morning we see Paul’s ministry and we see things that should mark our ministry today. Paul wasn’t “empire building.” His travels and struggles were all for one reason—promote growth in Christ.
April 19, 2015
We were far away; we have been brought near. We were at war; now we are at peace.
April 19, 2015
False teaching has a minimized view of Christ and a magnified view of man. Paul preached the significance of God’s Son.
April 14, 2015
Naomi is left alone: no husband, no sons, no land, and no food. She is in Moab, the place of God’s enemies. The quest for food that led her and her family out of Judah, however well-intentioned it seemed at the time, had come to absolutely nothing.
April 12, 2015
These first fourteen verses give practical teaching about the ministry of prayer. Want to pray like Paul for the body of Christ?
April 5, 2015
Jesus offered himself as our vicarious substitute and rose as our victorious Savior. We live rejoicing that “if we have been united with him in a death like his, we shall certainly be united with him in a resurrection like his” (Rom 6:5).
March 31, 2015
The book of Ruth is about loyalty or “kindness.” In this short book, we see over and over loyalty (or a lack of it). The main character of the book of Ruth is God himself, and the book shows God’s loyalty to Naomi, Ruth, Boaz, Elimelech, and the entire nation of Israel!
March 29, 2015
As a local church we must not only guard against doctrinal error, but we must exalt Christ and live in a manner worthy of our calling.