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True Love Is Trusting Love (3 of 4)
A defense attorney was cross-examining a police officer during a felony trial. It went like this:
Q: Officer, did you see my client fleeing the scene?
A: No sir, but I subsequently observed a person matching the description of the offender running several blocks away.
Q: Officer, who provided this description?
A: The officer who responded to the scene.
Q: A fellow officer provided the description of this so-called offender. Do you trust your fellow officers?
A: Yes sir, with my life.
Q: WITH YOUR LIFE? Let me ask you this then officer - do you have a locker room in the police station - a room where you change your clothes in preparation for your daily duties?
A: Yes sir, we do.
Q: And do you have a locker in that room?
A: Yes sir, I do.
Q: And do you have a lock on your locker?
A: Yes sir.
Q: Now why is it, officer, IF YOU TRUST YOUR FELLOW OFFICERS WITH YOUR LIFE, that you find it necessary to lock your locker in a room you share with those officers?
A: You see sir, we share the building with a court complex, and sometimes defense attorneys have been known to walk through.
Today I want to talk about trust. More specifically the relationship of trust to love. Do we trust the ones we love? Can we trust the ones we love? Is love really love if there is no trust? The story of Ruth is a classic love story. In chapter one we find that true love is loyal love. In chapter two we see that true love is kind love. Now, in Ruth chapter three, we come to understand that true love is trusting love. Ruth demonstrates trusting love in three ways.
I. TRUE LOVE TRUSTS IN A PLAN 1-6
Matchmaker, matchmaker make me a match - sing me a song - catch me a catch. Here we see Naomi come up with an elaborate plan to get Ruth hitched to her beau - her Boaz that is. Pay attention ladies - here is how to capture a man's attention. Three steps:
1. Take a ...
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