The Moabitesh Beauty That Sought Redemption (7 of 10) by Donald Cantrell

The Moabitesh Beauty That Sought Redemption (7 of 10)
Series: Ruth
Donald Cantrell
Ruth 3:1-9

I - The Need of her Redeemer (1)
A) Someone was Privately Preparing Ruth
B) Someone was Personally Pushing Ruth

II -The Name of her Redeemer (2a)
A) The Appeal of his Name
B) The Affluence of his Name

III - The Nearness of her Redeemer (2b)
A) The Place of Natural Access
B) The Person of Notable Availability

IV - The Necessities of her Redeemer (3 - 5)
A) The Change That Ruth Needed (3)
B) The Covering That Ruth Needed (4)
C) The Commitment That Ruth Needed (5)

V - The Nudging of her Redeemer (6 - 9)
A) The Path That Ruth Followed (6)
B) The Place That Ruth Fell (7)
C) The Person That Ruth Found (8)
D) The Plea That Ruth Fashioned (9)

Introduction: The beauty of this passage is that Ruth and Boaz will come face to face with the fact that she needs a redeemer and quiet possibly he is the man for the Job. The fact of the matter is that Jesus is willing and waiting to save us, but we must personally ask him. The reality of salvation is that it is absolutely free, but it will not be forced upon us. If a person gets saved it will be just as every other person, by a personal belief in the redemptive power of our only Saviour. Ruth and Boaz portray the most perfect picture of how Jesus paid the price to redeem our lost souls. This story is the best portrait of redemption that we find in the entire bible.

The Reality of Redemption:
a. The sinful state of mankind
The dark sin of man
b. The serious situation of mankind
The dreadful sentence of man
The Reassurance of Redemption:
a. The availability of our redeemer
b. The ability of our redeemer
Transformation

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