Posts Tagged ‘Honor’

Timeline of Truth: Boaz Rewards Ruth’s Choices (Ruth 2:4-17)

Sunday, October 13th, 2019

Ruth has hit the ground running, seeking to glean after the harvesters as allowed by the Law in order to provide for her mother-in-law and herself. God providentially brings her to the field of Boaz. Boaz, a righteous man in a very ungodly time, takes steps to protect and provide for her while she gleans. God rewards Ruth for her obedience and sacrifice through this righteous man in the midst of her very hard work. God teaches us eight lessons of righteous conduct from both Boaz and Ruth.

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Timeline of Truth #5: Honor Your Parents (Ex 20:12)

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

The first “people-focused” command concerns our relationship to our parents. What does this all involve? More than you realize…

Yielded Followership #18: When Do I NOT Honor My Parents?

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

Are there times when we should not honor our parents? Yes, but only in a very specific area and only for very specific reasons.

Yielded Followership #17: When Do I Honor My Parents?

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Is honoring parents just for kids? For what length of time is honoring parents expected of children? For this study, we look at 10 Scriptural indicators that tell us something different than our culture practices today. We also look briefly at one passage used often as justification for children rejecting their parents’ authority.

Yielded Followership #16: How Do I Honor My Parents? (Part 2)

Monday, August 24th, 2009

We look at four more ways that children of any age are to honor their parents according to the Bible.

Yielded Followership #15: How Do I Honor My Parents?

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

We’ve seen how important it is to God to honor our parents. Now we look at how we are to honor are parents. You may be surprised…

Yielded Followership #13 – Honor Your Father and Mother (Ex 20)

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

We took this class time to observe the passage surrounding the 5th commandment. There is much to learn by looking at the context of the command to “honor your father and your mother.”