In this book, Liz Curtis Higgs takes you on a trip to Bethlehem during the time of the judges.
Refers to value, significance, or worth â€“ which God reaffirmed in Ruthâ€™s life. No matter where you have come from or what you have done, God still loves you, and He has a plan for your life.
However, is the bookâ€™s biggest fault. The academics behind the book are something worthy of some serious respect, and the comparison of different texts in order to gain a fuller understanding of the subject makes for some interesting reading.
But nonetheless, it is a good book for someone looking for some insight on one of The Bibleâ€™s greatest women.
I would recommend this for your womanâ€™s group you will have laughs, cries and just an all around good time with the Lord at your table.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher for my review. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion â€“ which Iâ€™ve done. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I give it 5 stars