IN THE FIELD OF GRACE Ruth 2:4-17

Introduction: Ruth is a widow from Moab. In the brain of the normal Israelite, she is not as much as nothing. An individual to be loathed and dismissed. She is only an agnostic heathen searching for a little effortlessness. Stanzas 2-3 reveal to us that she has gone to chase for food. This elaborate her entering fields that had a place with absolute outsiders, conforming behind that man's workers who were procuring the fields and attempting to track down a little grain to a great extent. She was searching for barely enough to make a supper for herself and her relative. Refrain 2 discloses to us that she went out looking "for elegance". Stanza 3 discloses to us that she discovered it! Despite the fact that Ruth didn't know it at that point, God was guiding her means to carry her eye to eye with a man by the name of Boaz. At the point when she went to gather in his field, she entered the field of elegance.
Boaz is a reasonable image of the Lord Jesus Christ. His activities in his field that day show us how the Lord Jesus acts toward the individuals who are in His field, the congregation. I need us to consider Ruth and Boaz today as we think that they are In The Field Of Grace. Notice he picture Boaz paints of Jesus and the exercises he shows us our Lord! I. V. 4-7 HIS CONSIDERING WORK A. V. 4-5a He Is Present In His Field - (Heb. 13:5; Matt. 28:20) 1. His Present Is Personal - Rev. 2:1 2. His Presence Is By Proxy - Even however Jesus is in paradise today, His Spirit is at any point present with the congregation - John 14:16-18. 3. His Presence Is Pleasant - (Note: The charitable hello among Boaz and his workers.) (Note: Jesus never brings struggle or inconvenience, however consistently the breath of Heaven and the fragrant breezes of brilliance! - Psa. 16:11.) B. V. 5b-7 He Is Perceptive Concerning His Field - The wonderful Boaz misses nothing that comes to pass in His field, Pro. 15:3; Matt. 10:29-31. The Lord's eyes are on His congregation and He misses nothing that occurs. However, He is likewise intrigued by the person! 1. V. 5b His Perception Is Personal - (Note: Ruth got his attention!) (Note: Jesus adores the person! You have gotten His attention! He thinks often about you! Jer. 31:3; Rom. 8:38-39) 2. V. 6-7 His Perception Is Powerful - (Note: Boaz thought about her experience , her exercises and her intentions.) (Note: Jesus has a universal knowledge of us, but then He actually adores us and wants to be with us. I track down that stunning!) (Note: He calls us holy people and we are so heartbroken. He calls us companions and we are such disappointments. That is beauty, straightforward as can be!) II. V. 8-9 HIS COMMANDING WORK (Sick. Boaz has a couple of works of advice for Ruth. These orders are intended to energize her in her work of gathering. They address us today also.) A. V. 8-9a Concerning Ruth's Steadfastness - She is instructed to gather in his fields as it were. Ruth doesn't have any acquaintance with it, yet Boaz has plans to deal with her. On the off chance that she will stay in his field, she will partake in the best he has to bring to the table. (Note: The equivalent is valid for the offspring of God. On the off chance that we will withstand dependable in His field, He will favor us beyond anything we could ever imagine. The explanation so many pass up the Lord's best for their lives is that they gather hear and there and never settle down and cause the Lord's will to their main need! We can't gather to a great extent and anticipate that God should favor us! God is searching for steadfast stewards - 1 Cor. 4:2.) B. V. 9b Concerning Ruth's Safety - Boaz has directed the men to let her be. Boaz is ensuring that nobody exploits Ruth. He is advising her not to stress, he has dealt with the subtleties for her. She can trust him to care for her. (Note: What an exercise for the congregation! We can trust our Lord to deal with us! He is more worried over our government assistance than we are, Rom. 8:28; 2 Cor. 4:17.) C. V. 9c Concerning Ruth's Supply - Boaz ensures she realizes that he has all she requires to be fulfilled. She didn't need to attempt to get any of it! (Note: So it is with the offspring of the Lord. He has all we should be fulfilled as we stroll through this world. If by some stroke of good luck we would figure out how to fitting what He has effectively given! Jesus has and is all we need! He is rest for the fatigued, Matt. 11:28, Psa. 23:2-3. He is reward for the parched, John 7:37, Psa. 23:2. He is nourishment for the ravenous, John 6:35; Psa. 23:5. He is recuperating to the harmed, Psa. 23:5. He is potential for the debilitate, Psa. 23:5-6. He is cover for the terrified, Psa. 23:4. He is all you need! Have you found that fact yet? It is summarized in Psalm 23:1 - "The Lord is my shepherd, I will not need.") III. V. 10-14 HIS COMFORTING WORK A. V. 10 Her Amazement - Ruth ends up lowered by her elegance. (Note: There are times when the prospect of how He has helped you and me is overpowering! Phil. 2:5-11; Isa. 53:1-12. Does elegance actually astonish you?) B. V. 11-12 His Announcement - Boaz reveals to Ruth that he thinks about her deeds and he thinks about her confidence in the Lord. He asks that she will get a full compensation for the assistance she delivered to Naomi! (Note: Just a word here for the striving holy person! Companion, individuals might raise doubt about your activities and your intentions, yet he Lord knows your heart, 1 Sam. 16:7. At some point, there will be a full award given to the devoted offspring of God, 2 Tim. 4:6-8!) C. V. 13 Her Appeal - She is as yet searching for elegance and doesn't understand that she has strolled squarely into the center of a field loaded with beauty! She simply needs to "please him." He has regarded her and she needs to do what satisfies him. (Note: This should be the objective of each offspring of God! Quit attempting to live satisfying to each body on the planet and simply live to satisfy the Lord! Companion, that will make your life genuine straightforward, genuine quick! He is now satisfied positionally. We are however upright as we seem to be truly going to be, 1 Cor. 6:9-11. Nonetheless, step by step, we need to carry on with our lives so that we please the Lord. How? By adoring Him, revering Him, by putting Him in front of all the other things in this world.) D. V. 14 His Acceptance - There are a couple of things that Boaz did in this section that demonstrate past all questions that Ruth discovered blessing in his eyes.) 1. He Sat With Her - He welcomed her to go along with him at the dinner table and sat close enough to her to pass the corn. He couldn't have cared less about her past. She had caught his heart. (Note: You past in no hindrance among you and the Lord when it has been managed in salvation. You are brought into a place of proximity to Him. (Sick. John at the last dinner - adequately close to feel the breath of the Lord on his head, John 13:25.) He sits with us today!) 2. He Supped With Her - He permitted her to dunk her bread in his vinegar. This was a personal feast! This talks about close association. (Note: there are times in life when the Lord will "sup" with His kids, Rev. 3:20. He wants that we be near Him so He may fill our lives with His best!) 3. He Sufficed Her - When Ruth left that table she was fulfilled! (Note: There is no requirement for an offspring of God to unfulfilled as a devotee. The Lord has given every one of the assets we need to filled above measure with His decency and magnificence. Our obligation is to get what He gives us and to appreciate it without limit! We have effectively been honored without limit, Eph. 1:3. There is no reason for rout and disappointment in the Christian life.) IV. V. 15-17 HIS CONCEALING WORK (Sick. After Ruth left the table, Boaz kept on working in her nonappearance. He was in any event, working despite her good faith to deal with her.) A. A Work Of Providence - He settled on certain choices in the background that influenced her life. He was working for her great, in any event, when she didn't have any acquaintance with it! (Note: The Lord is continually working in the background in your life and mine to achieve His best for us. This is called Sovereignty and Providence. (Sick. Joseph - Gen. 50:20.) B. A Work Of Provision - Boaz directed his men to drop "modest bunches deliberately." Why? He needed Ruth to get such a huge amount in his field that she would not have any desire to go elsewhere! (Note: That is the way the Lord works for our sake! He is so acceptable to His youngsters, that nobody in their right otherworldly psyche could at any point consider gathering elsewhere.) (Note: Praise God for His "Modest bunches on Purpose", those occasions when He favors you since He can!) C. A Work Of Plenty - When Ruth left that day, she left conveying a half-bushel of grain. All that anyone could need to take care of them for seven days. (Note: There are times in life when the Lord will essentially stack your cart! He will give you an excess.) Conc: Ruth had no concerns when she was in the field of effortlessness. Nobody hassled her, nobody blocked her. She rested when she was exhausted. She ate when she was ravenous. She drank when she was parched. Each need was met by Boaz. Companion, when you are saved and are gathering in the field of the Lord's effortlessness, you will discover all you need. It is safe to say that you are in that field? It is safe to say that you are gathering in that field? Might you want to get into that field? Provided that this is true, there's still a lot to go around in the field of elegance claimed by our sublime Boaz. In the event that you need beauty, you come to Him. In His essence, you will discover all you will at any point need!

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