Empty Stomachs, Empty Arms (Famines, Deserts, and Other Hard Places)
Imagine being Naomi or Ruth. You’re going through incredible personal loss in the midst of a famine. That may be all we see, but God is working during such times. And in the four short chapters of the book of Ruth, we see God moving forward with His plan of redemption.
By the end of the book, we find out that Boaz and Ruth are the great-grandparents of King David. Fast forward to the first chapter of the book of Matthew and we see that Boaz and Ruth are in the genealogy of Jesus.
Even in our darkest days, God is still there, and He’s still in control.
- Children Of An Awesome God
- Christ: God's Gift To The World
- Christians in Conflict
- Come And See Jesus
- Faith That Survives Fire
- Fighting for Your Family
- Finding a Stream in the Desert
- Finding Community Within The Church
- For Us
- The Angels of Christmas
- The Church in Babylon
- The Compassion of Jesus
- The Darwin Delusion
- The Drama of Redemption
- The Gifts You Can't Live Without
- The Marriage Puzzle
- The Mystery Of Bethlehem
- The Myth of the Greener Grass
- The Power of a Clear Conscience
- The Triumph of Unanswered Prayer