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Becca Slye - July 19, 2020

Ruth: A Journey to Faith

Marvelous Fatih

Throughout our Marvelous Faith Summer sermon series, we are studying ordinary men and women in the Bible who exercised great faith in order to walk out God’s plans and purposes for their lives. The common thread in these classic Bible stories: God's plan is always to redeem! Redeem: to take something or someone that is trapped and set it free; to take a hopeless mess and transform it into something beautiful! There are multiple redemptive stories in the bible and Ruth is no exception. You and I are no exception either. Maybe you feel stuck, frustrated, trapped in an unfortunate situation, or you simply feel completely hopeless. But be reassured: God is a good Father and God redeems. Join us this Sunday and see how the same redeeming work that we witness in the life of Ruth is the same work God longs to do in our lives today.

From Series: "Marvelous Fatih"

Take the story of Adam & Eve found in the book of Genesis. In the garden of Eden (aka the good 'ol days of perfection), God told this first couple that the growling of their stomachs could be silenced by the fruit from any tree in the entire garden except the tree of the knowledge of good & evil (Genesis 2). Along comes the enemy (snake that he is) and causes them to doubt what God really told them. Off to the tree of the knowledge of good & evil they go, pluck off an apple and..."Crunch!". A very, very familiar story to many of us because we've heard it and read it so many times. For years. But wait. Was it an apple that they ate on that fateful day? Take a look at Genesis 3 and give it another read. Sometimes it's good to hear stories again. Even those we've heard thousands of times before. We might just see or hear something we have never noticed before. We might just have our faith stirred up in a new way by an old story. Welcome to our new sermon series, Marvelous Faith.

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