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God’s Heart

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In my Heartlight piece this week on Ruth, I focused on God’s ways of caring for the widow, the fatherless, the foreigner, and the poor (see for example Deuteronomy 24:19-22 and Leviticus 19:9-10) and how they intersected with Ruth’s faithfulness to her mother-in-law. This intersection not only brought us the sweet story of the book of Ruth in the Bible, but also brought us the grace of God in Jesus!

But the question that we have facing us as those who claim to be followers of Jesus is whether or not we have God’s heart toward these same people. There’s a Ruth out there (and a Ralph because God loves the guys in this position just as much a he loves the gals) and it’s our job to find her! So what we are we doing to go beyond the political and social debates and moving into action to bless those God cares about…

  • the widow?
  • the fatherless?
  • the foreigner?
  • the poor?

If you want to do more than just debate, or feel sad in your heart, then let me point you to a couple of places to get involved and be a blessing. And be sure and see the Dry Bones video at the end of this post!



Written by phil

October 30th, 2012 at 10:48 am

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  1. 私はそれについて、そして、異なる角度から腕時計を見て私の手をねじると変わっていましたので、私はこの変わったが、商標はonsaleティアドロップ形状に集中しようとしました、そして、私の考えをとって、この注文の運動の開発と製造を仕事の量にするのがさらにより難しいとしている。それゆえに、形状を吟味すると、それがどのように実生活で働きましょう、そして動きについての他に、おいしいの詳細。

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