Ruth : Poverty and Plenty Paperback
4 studies for individuals or groups
by Tim Chester;
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Ruth : Poverty and Plenty
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But the hidden hand of God is at work in the lives of these ordinary people, and wonderfully at work in history. God transforms hardship from bitterness to joy; God's word liberates people to become a community filled with loving kindness towards outsiders; God's people reach out to their enemies. And most significantly, God's great plan, to send a promised saviour King to redeem people of all nations, is being worked out.
Table of contents
1. A hidden hand (Ruth 1-2)
2. A liberating word (Ruth 2)
3. A welcoming community (Ruth 2-3)
4. A faithful Redeemer (Ruth 4)
Like those in the story, we may be just ordinary people, unable to see how the events of our lives will turn out. But by encountering the God who works through the circumstances of life, we too can discover the God who can turn our 'poverty' to 'plenty' through Jesus Christ.
Ruth : Poverty and Plenty by Tim Chester was published by Good Book Company in August 2011 and is our 5433rd best seller. The ISBN for Ruth : Poverty and Plenty is 9781905564910.
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|Page last updated||21st February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Tim Chester|
|Publisher||Good Book Company (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||37|