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Spring 2014 Bible Study

“Women of the Bible: Seeking Justice”

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The first lesson is about Ruth & Naomi – Ruth 1:15–22, 2:1-23, 4:13-22.

Summary: Ruth and Naomi demonstrate how two women who are seen as vulnerable and powerless can work together to ensure justice for themselves and for God’s people.

The written lesson begins with “You can’t do that! You’re just a girl” examples and how this perception is harmful.  It ends with “Where the world sees just women, God sees powerful women capable of effecting change and united in their work for equality and justice. Naomi and Ruth are truly just women of a just God.”

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