Boaz is the kinsman redeemer for Ruth but God is ultimately the kinsman redeemer for us all if we will accept His love. Naomi experiences indescribable joy in the birth of her grandson, Obed. Ruth experiences love and acceptance. Obed knows much about this as his own mother is Rahab, the prostitute. He knows how to make others feel acceptance and love.
There is a Bible study at the conclusion of the book which could be used by individuals or groups. There is also the Righteous Ruth Rap which you can view on youtube to actually see and hear Liz perform it. Read this book about Ruth if you don't ever read another one! You will not be sorry!
Think of it as time travel without gimmicks, gizmos, or a DeLorean! This is a novel approach to Bible study that leaps from past to present, gleaning timeless truths that speak to the heart.
I received a free copy of this book from bloggingforbooks.org, Waterbrook Multonamah Press in exchange for my honest review.
About the Author:
Liz Curtis Higgs is a popular conference speaker and author of nearly thirty books with more than three million copies in print, including her best-selling nonfiction series, Bad Girls of the Bible, Really Bad Girls of the Bible, Unveiling Mary Magdalene, and Slightly Bad Girls of The Bible. Liz and her family live in Louisville, Kentucky.