This blog post is a simple commentary on the book of ruth. It was written in plain style and is meant to serve as a guide for a later blog post on why the church should desist from using Ruth and Boaz as the staple for modern day romantic relationships.
Although the insanely popular ad has faded from our screens, I’ve brought it to our remembrance today as a reminder of a different kind of milk; Spiritual Milk.
You are an alabaster box; a perfume waiting to be released.
Like Jesus, Isaac was a son of promise, long awaited by his parents. The sons of (s)laughter were born under unnatural circumstances. Isaac was born to a mother who was old and barren while Jesus was born to young woman who was a virgin. Two extreme situations that should have made it impossible to conceive a child, yet with God – all things are possible.
You don’t need to roll out the good old Romans 8:28, It all works together for your good sermon.
Stop and think, What exactly is romance? As long as we behave like those described in 2 Timothy 3: 1-6, then romance is dead. Till mankind can demonstrate otherwise, not just to those we are intimate with, but to everyone around us: both stranger and family alike – then I put it to you that romance. is. dead.
#ThinkingTuesday – Change your thinking; Change your life. As vessels, we must not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes. — Romans 1: 16a. Those who accept Christ as their Lord & Saviour become vessels of salvation. Christians are the vessels that carry the gospel, which contains power…