Category Archives: Deliverance Through Bitterness

May 26 – Deliverance Through Bitterness – Ruth 4

Ruth 4:1-22 Who or what has stood out to you in the book of Ruth? For me, the biggest principle that I pull from the entire book is that there is no pain without purpose. God will use every situation … Continue reading

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May 25 – Deliverance Through Bitterness – Ruth 3

Read Ruth 3:1-18 Working our way through the book of Ruth, we experience a story of romance, grief and redemption. But the most unique piece that holds it all together is the role of the mother-in-law, Naomi. Ruth, upon the … Continue reading

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May 24 – Deliverance Through Bitterness – Ruth 2

Read Ruth 2:1-23 Broken, bitter, empty and alone with just each other, Naomi and Ruth followed the hope of God’s goodness to Bethlehem. That’s where they found deliverance. It’s where God used a man named Boaz to redeem them both … Continue reading

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May 23 – Deliverance Through Bitterness – Ruth 1

Read Ruth 1:1-22 The story of Ruth and Naomi is often used to teach about friendship and loyalty.  However, if the reader doesn’t look deeper, they are missing out on a very important lesson. Taking the focus off of Ruth, … Continue reading

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