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Good Morning Girls Resources {Ruth: Week 2}

Join Good Morning Girls as we read through the Bible cover to cover one chapter a day. Here are the resources you need to study the book of Ruth. #Biblestudy #Ruth #WomensBibleStudy #GoodMorningGirls

Welcome back to Week 2 in the Book of Ruth!  You all have done a great job sharing your reflections from your daily reading out on Instagram and Facebook.  If you missed those discussions – I hope you will join us this week!  They have been great!!!

Here’s the link to last week’s posts in case you missed them:

Intro and Resources for Ruth Week 1

God Works in the Midst of the Mundane and the Pain {Ruth: Week 1}

If you are looking for guidance in the color coding and daily insight into the reading – please visit me on Instagram and visit the hashtag #GoodMorningGirls – there are lots of women posting their pictures of their color coded Bibles and their reflections on our reading. Remember, there is no right or wrong way to do this and not all of our Bibles will look alike.

Here’s this past week’s posts:

If you are new here – jump in with our reading this week and catch up on the weekends.

All are welcome to join anytime – there are no enrollments or sign-ups!

 This Week’s Bible Reading Plan:

(Facebook Leaders:  You can use this as your Facebook Header this week. Just right click and “save as” or screen shot it.)

This week’s Reflection & Discussion Questions

(Leaders: Copy and paste these into your groups.  If you do not have a group, use these for a personal time of reflection.)

Day 1

Elimelech faced a difficult decision regarding the welfare of his family. Do you think he made the right decision, moving his family into a pagan land so that they would have food to eat, or do you think he should have stayed in Bethlehem, waiting for the famine to end, trusting God to provide for the needs of his family?

Was Elimelech doing “what was right in his own eyes” rather than trusting God? Do you think his faith was weak?

Read 2 Corinthians 5:7. What does this verse teach us about how God wants us to live?

Day 2 

Have you ever wept when you said goodbye to a loved one? Who was that person, and what were you feeling as you said goodbye?

Now imagine these three women saying their goodbyes.   What does their relationship teach us about mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law? 

Day 3

Looking again at Ruth 1:12-13, do you think Naomi had lost hope because of the difficult, bitter circumstances she’d endured during her last 10 years living in Moab?

Did she blame God for the painful loss of her husband and two sons? Explain your answer.

Have you personally seen God’s hand at work in your own life? In what ways?

How does seeing Naomi’s faith help you to hold on to hope, even in the midst of difficult circumstances?

Day 4

When you placed your faith in Christ, was it an emotional decision or a life long commitment?

What has your faith cost you?

Is there any part of your heart that sometimes longs for the world or your old ways?

Day 5

Have you ever felt empty, hopeless and bitter like Naomi?

Where do we need to go to find our hope?

What do you learn in Romans 15:13?

To print the Discussion Questions for Ruth Week 2 – Click Here.

This Week’s Verses of the Day:

(Leaders: You can use these images in your groups by using right click and “save as” or screen shoting them.)

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Ruth Week 2.

Here’s the Printable
Bible Reading Plan Bookmar

so you can check off the days as you go.

Printable Journal:  For those who did not purchase the Book of Ruth Study Guide this printable Journal below has been created for low-cost printing on a home printer.  This journal includes the first 5 days of the in-depth study – as we cover the introduction to Ruth and the last 4 days of the study as we  look deeper into Boaz as the Kinsman Redeemer. I don’t want anyone to miss that content.  The rest of the pages include the SOAK pages for SOAKing your way through the book of Ruth on your own.
**This is not the same as the In-depth Bible Study on Amazon but it is a good guide for those not purchasing the in-depth study.**

Here’s another explanation of the SOAK Bible Study Method and Bible Coloring Chart if you need more guidance:

Here is the SOAK method I refer to in the video:

And the Bible Coloring  Bookmark:Bible Coloring Chart Bookmark 2Click HERE to Print the full page Coloring Chart
or here for the Bookmark Coloring Chart

Here are the highlighters, pens and pencils I refer to in the video:

Highlighters – Acid Free – Bible Hi-Glider
Fine Line Non-bleeding Pens – Micron Archival Ink and Multi-Colored Gel Pens
Colored Pencils – Crayola Twistables and Crayola Colored Pencils
I use the ESV Inductive Study Bible and the ESV Journaling Bible as my personal study Bible.


Don’t Miss the Daily Check-Ins on Facebook!

Join us EVERY weekday morning ANYTIME after 7:00amEST on Facebook
to discuss the day’s reading assignment.


Have a wonderful week in God’s Word – I’ll see you back here on the blog this Friday as we go deeper into God’s Word together!

Walk with the King,

Courtney

Did you miss last week’s video?  Here it is again!


The Book of Ruth Bible Study Guide is available on Amazon
in both Paperback and Kindle.

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3 Comments

  1. How can I order the book.here is my name & address can u please help me get a work book.kathy womack
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  2. It’s been a great beginning week+. We ALL go through difficult times, sometimes one on top of the other. I’m working at trusting our FATHER-GOD more and walking by faith and not fear. Often it is just one baby step at a time, but I’m moving forward and pressing on. It’s wonderful to know that HE is EVER-PRESENT. HE will strengthen; HE will help; HE will uphold. [Is. 40:10] Thank you, Courtney, and your Mom for sharing this great study with us. Blessings to ALL!

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