Ruth And Naomi Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Ruth And Naomi Sayings By Carolyn Custis James: Boaz is not diminished, marginalized, or feminized in the slightest by being outnumbered and influenced Boaz is not diminished, marginalized, or feminized in the slightest by being outnumbered and influenced by Ruth and Naomi. As a matter of fact, he only grows stronger himself through his collaborations with them. — Carolyn Custis James
Ruth And Naomi Sayings By Angela Scheff: When Naomi (her name means "sweet" or "pleasant") had her breakdown in the desert, and When Naomi (her name means "sweet" or "pleasant") had her breakdown in the desert, and even when she claimed to be Mara (this name means "bitter"), she sat in her pain and owned it. In the silence, in the pain, in the trauma, she vulnerably shared who she honestly was. In the midst of her breakdown, she was able to still live out the calling placed on her life to connect Ruth with Boaz, not only their kinsman-redeemer, but also the great-great-grandfather to the Lord Jesus Christ. The willingness to be known awakens the calling to be used. And once you've allowed yourself to be known, you have the ability to speak jibberish, to grab someone's hand, look at them face-to-face, eye-to-eye and say, "I see you." You are known. — Angela Scheff
Ruth And Naomi Sayings By Carolyn Custis James: Not every woman has a Boaz in her life. Sometimes the male voices we hear Not every woman has a Boaz in her life. Sometimes the male voices we hear are cautioning us to hold back instead of urging us to serve God wholeheartedly with them. Sometimes the cautioning voices we hear belong to other women. Sometimes those who have the power to facilitate our callings and clear a path for us set up roadblocks instead. Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz remind us powerfully that even in a dark era like the days of the judges, God always has his people and the Blessed Alliance is still alive and well. He is working in our hearts, summoning us to be strong and courageous like Ruth - to embrace and embody his gospel on our 'bit of earth. — Carolyn Custis James
Ruth And Naomi Sayings By Jennifer Wright Knust: The Song of Songs, the book of Ruth, and the cycle of stories associated with The Song of Songs, the book of Ruth, and the cycle of stories associated with King David demonstrate that biblical perspectives on sexual desire and family ties remain much more complicated than is often thought. The appropriate expression of desire is not limited to marriage between a man and a woman, but can include the love of a son of a king for his charismatic ally, the love of rabbis and theologians for God, their "husband," and the love of a faithful Moabite for her Israelite mother-in-law. The nuclear family is also not idealized: Naomi, Ruth, and Obed are a family, bound together by their common love for one another, and, in the Song of Songs, the woman's mother supports her daughter's premarital encounters over the objections of her sons, who seek to control their sister's sexuality and are overruled. King David never even bothers to pursue marriage as commonly envisioned today. His — Jennifer Wright Knust
Ruth And Naomi Sayings By Carolyn Custis James: Ruth's story helped me see that neither I nor any of God's daughters belong on Ruth's story helped me see that neither I nor any of God's daughters belong on the sidelines, while our brothers build his kingdom without us. He means for us to work alongside our brothers, and he is doing great things through his daughters, even though we, like Ruth and Naomi, may never live to see the full significance of our contributions. — Carolyn Custis James