TJPW Bible Study Series Ruth 1:1-5

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TJPW Bible Study Series  Ruth 1:1-5  This bible study was sourced from Matthew Henry’s commentaries. John Calvin Commentaries and John Gill Commentaries. NKJV Ruth 1:1-5 1Now it came to pass, in the days when the judges [a]ruled, that there was a famine in the land. And a certain man of Bethlehem, Judah, went to [b]dwell in the country of Moab, he and his …

Turn away my reproach

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Let us pray that we would despise all of the empty talk of the word and men as long as we are upright in the eyes of the Lord; that we would desire to obey God’s laws because they are good and they are given to us for protection and warning that we may not fall into sin and bring blasphemy and reproach to the holy name of our God.

Depending on the God who bears us up

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Just as any parent knows the moment our child crawls or walks the struggle between wills of the child and the parent really begin. This is how we can tend to behave with God. As with our children, we know that their independence can lead to danger and they are oblivious.

It is Better to Take Refuge in the Lord

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In eternal matters, salvation, and life and death man is fully impotent to assist us. To put our hope or trust in governing authorities is to place our faith in broken vessels. To do this is double-minded. But, God; God is faithful. He is not only able to help us, but He is also willing. He is faithful to His Word, and unchangeable in His promises. We must put our faith, hope, and trust in Him. Even when it seems that there is no help left on earth we must have a vibrant and robust hope that God is our help.

Psalm 115:11 You who fear the Lord

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Wherever there is faith in God, there is a holy godly fear. He is our protector and defender. Let us praise Him and honor Him with our trust and faith. Let us live in holiness and godliness that is set apart from the world. Let us think on the heavenly things and not our present troubles, for our God knows them all. Let us proclaim, “Hallelujah! For the Lord our God, the Almighty, reins.”