What You Can’t See

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Ruth 1:19-22, 2:1-3 4:16-17; Leviticus 19:9-10,23:22; Deuteronomy 24:19, 28:16-68-; Ruth 3:10-13; Galatians 3:13-14
– We don’t see ourselves how God sees us.
– God wants to take what we can’t see and change it around for us.
– What we can see, we can be.
– We don’t have to put somebody down, in order to lift someone up.
– Somewhere in our lives we all have a Ruth.  Someone that stays with us in our time of need.
– We get so focused on the people that have left us, that we overlook our Ruths.
– Don’t let your circumstances change your name.
– Change your name and you can change your destiny.
– Everybody around you is not necessarily down for you.
– We work for a giving, not a living.
– We may not be able to see what God is doing, but He is at work, just like He was with Ruth.
– We need to do things for others on purpose.
– We have to realize the “field” doesn’t belong to us. God wants us to be a blessing.
– God is not trying to take stuff from us, He’s trying to give it.
– God wants us to see His hand moving in our life.
– God doesn’t write child support checks, He takes care of His children.
– Boaz was the form of a redeemer.  Jesus is our redeemer. He can take us out of a situation. God wants us to see that.
– Even after we accept Jesus, we need Jesus. We need to see His redemption.
– Just because we have been saved, does not mean we’ve been saved from the enemy’s darts.
– We need to see that we have a Redeemer.
– We just live day today, but there is a larger purpose in our life. God wants us to see that.