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Judges and Ruth

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    Alex Ramirez

    Despite the efforts of Israel’s judges, the people still would not turn wholeheartedly to God. They all did whatever they thought was best for themselves. The result was the spiritual, moral, and political decline of the nation. Our lives will also fall into decline and decay unless we live by the guidelines God has given us.


    Ruth and Naomi came to Bethlehem as poor widows, but they soon became prosperous through Ruth’s marriage to Boaz. Ruth became the great grandmother of King David. Yet the greatest blessing was not the money, the marriage or the child, it was the quality of love and respect between Ruth, Boaz,  and Naomi.


    Kimberly Valverde

    Response to Judges: They did what was right in their own eyes equaled a pattern of sin, destruction, cry for help, and deliverance by God. No matter what, God was faithful and delivered his people.

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