I have always been fascinated with the Book of Ruth, so much so that I created a personal branding workshop based on Ruth’s journey. I’m currently using the information from the workshop to write a book titled The Woman Survives and Thrives. Of course, during this process I am learning even more about her and have learned 14 Lessons from Ruth.
No one knows who wrote the Book of Ruth, but there is a great consensus that either Samuel, Hezekiah, or David wrote it. Written during the latter period of the time of Judges, Ruth shows how God uses simple people in ordinary situations to accomplish his perfect purpose. She is the great-grandmother of King David.
This post is simply a list. You can read the corresponding scripture here.
14 Lessons From Ruth
- Be Committed (Ruth 1:16)
- Stand Out from the Crowd (Ruth 2:5)
- Work Hard (Ruth 2:7)
- Ask Questions (Ruth 2:10)
- Be Kind (Ruth 2:11)
- Be Generous (Ruth 2:18)
- Location Matters (Ruth 2:21)
- Seek Wise & Godly Counsel (Ruth 2:23)
- Follow Instruction (Ruth 3:6)
- Communicate Your Needs and Wants (Ruth 3:9)
- Discretion is Ladylike (Ruth 3:14)
- Be Patient (Ruth 3:18)
- Allow Him to Get Permission to Be with You (Ruth 4:3-4).
- Bear Fruit (Ruth 4:13)
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