- In Joshua and soon in Ruth we read about a ‘kinsman-redeemer’ (Ruth 2:20).
- How did a kinsman redeemer bless those who were in need?
- What protection was possible because of a kinsman-redeemer?
- Job, in the midst of trials trusted in his redeemer (Job 19:25-27).
- In the face of such terrible trials, how could Job have this kind of faith?
- Because we have seen the resurrection of Christ, what assurance can we have?
- Today we have more reason to trust in our redeemer (John 20:1-9).
- Because of the open tomb, what assurance can we have?
- Because of all the witnesses’ accounts, what assurance can we have? (v.19-20)
- Because of the transformation of the disciples, what assurance can we have?
- We can also rejoice because He is our kinsman-redeemer (Hebrews 2:11).
- What assurance came to Ruth because Boaz was a relative?
- What assurance comes to us because Christ is our brother?
- We can have full confidence in our capable redeemer (II Timothy 1:12).
- What have we entrusted into the care of our redeemer?
- How confident are we in His ability to protect it?
Call to Action: To fully entrust our lives into the care of our Redeemer.