by Zach Terry

Winning the Heart of Your Husband
Zach Terry
Ruth 3:1-18

Proverbs 30:18-19 (NASB95)
18 There are three things which are too wonderful for me, Four which I do not understand: 19 The way of an eagle in the sky, The way of a serpent on a rock, The way of a ship in the middle of the sea, And the way of a man with a maid.

The Romantic Relationship of a man and a woman is a complex and tricky subject. The wise proverb writer says, that is one thing I can not speak authoritative on. No system of chivalry will is fool proof. There are no easy answers to the questions of the heart. However God has dropped a few principals throughout his Word that can assist the lifelong courtship of two of God's children.

Here is what we know for a fact;
God invented romance, it was his idea and one man said besides salvation it was the best idea God has ever had. When God introduce Eve to Adam do you know what he did? He sang a song! The first love song ever written!

As we study through the Old Testament book of Ruth we find that God as the servants of Boaz has scattered a few of his choice bunches of truth concerning romance throughout the book of Ruth and we gather on this Lord's Day to glean.

Someone said,
Love is blind, and marriage is the eye opener

A couple who had been married 50 years were sitting on the sofa…The wife said, "Do you remember how you used to sit real close to me… he sat real close to her… The wife said, "Do you remember how you used to hold me tight? So he reached over and held her tight…The wife said, "Do you remember how you used to kiss me and nibble my ear… The husband got up and walked out of the room… Where are you going the wife said, "To get my teeth"!!!

We certainly need the help of God's Word to help us restore the romance.

If you remember so far in the book we have seen
• The Backsliding of Elimelech into Moab.
• The Repentance and Return of Naomi and Ruth
• The Good Hand of God's Providence and Prov ...

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