Gilbert House Fellowship #58: Ruth 1-4

Ruth_BoazTHE ROLE of the kinsman-redeemer and God’s willingness to accept Gentiles who seek Him are the themes of the Book of Ruth, which records the story of a young widow from Moab who finds favor and “rest”–security–in the person of Boaz, a relative of her late father-in-law.

We discuss the faith and loyalty of Ruth, the love of her mother-in-law Naomi, and the role of Boaz as a Christ figure as he fulfilled the role of kinsman-redeemer–and in the process, became the great-grandfather of David, the future king of Israel.

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  1. Ronald Silungi

    Hi all, this new year will be great to us, we are praying to get Brethren to work with in the things of God. We are having ten house churches around our region, we would like to invite you to Kenya and share with us the revelation of Jesus Christ. When browsing i went through your website and i was blessed. God bless you. Your brother Ronald.

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