Book of Ruth Audio Lessons

Book of Ruth – Complete Study Notes

Ruth the Moabitess

The book of Ruth is titled after a Moabitess who had married Boaz, a Hebrew. The book was written during the period of the Judges (Ruth 1:1), and highlighted God’s sovereignty, loyal-love and providential care over those who trusted Him during difficult times (Ruth 2:12). Ruth—a Moabitess—trusted God and agreed to care for Naomi, her mother-in-law, who had lost her husband and two sons (Ruth 1:1-22). Boaz, as the kinsman-redeemer (Ruth 3:9), is a model of Christ, who willingly redeemed us with His own blood (1 Pet 1:17-19). The book also reveals God’s grace in saving a Gentile woman who was included in the genealogical line of King David (Ruth 4:17-22) and Jesus Christ (Matt 1:5).

Introduction to Ruth

Ruth 1:1-22

Ruth 2:1-23

Ruth 2:1-23 Summary Points

Ruth 3:1-18

Ruth 3:1-18 Summary Points

Ruth 4:1-22

Ruth 4:1-22 Summary Points