By Stacey Cox
Before Boaz could take Ruth to be his bride, certain obligations had to be met within the Levirate Law. A godly man, Boaz was determined to act in accordance with this law of redemption - even though it meant waiting and risking the loss of Ruth to a closer kinsman-redeemer. Boaz's deep, personal love for Ruth shines through in this final chapter of the book. Love found a way. Join us Sunday for "When a Man Loves a Woman."