God of Harvest
Geoffrey Maurer - 04/09/2017
God of the Harvest: Generations (Ruth 4:18-22, Psalm 90:1-2)
Summary: God is from everlasting to everlasting and sees the world differently than us, we who are too often spiritually near-sighted.
1. When we function as spiritually near-sighted, we often viewing the world through a lens that inflates or a perspective that says life is pointless. Do you tend toward one of these directions? How so?
2. What is our response to the fact that God WILL accomplish his purposes? Do we try to wrest control?
3. God works through humans, yet takes the long view of generations. What does our faithfulness look like in light of this truth? How can we use our gifts and spend our time?
From Series: "God of The Harvest"
Set in the fields of God’s unfailing love and eternal purposes, Ruth takes us through heights and depths of the human drama. With God an ever-present guide, we follow one family’s journey through loss into hope and onto redemption. Along the way, there is grief, radical love, community, surprising grace, and redemption. The ultimate redemption rises beyond even what Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz can imagine, as the story culminates in the coming of God’s promised Messiah.