Keith M. Watkins
Many books have been written about Ruth, the young woman who came from her own country to Israel and could not be persuaded to return. She had seen genuine religion in he life of her mother-in-law Naomi, and she too had trusted in the true God. She could not turn her back on Him. This book has been written with young people in mind, but the older ones will enjoy it also. Here you will find many lessons for young and old. Topics include prayer, personal religion, peer pressure and marriage. And Ruth's marriage to Boaz is seen as a picture of a sinner being united to Christ.