Westminster Bookstore Sells Great Books

January 15, 2010 at 8:02 Leave a comment

Piper, John $17.99  $11.69       They have the cheapest shipping I have found.  If you want this book order it by using the links to right of this page.

Product Description: John Piper examines the book of Ruth’s relevant, unchanging themes and its dangerous ability to inspire twenty-first-century readers in the cause of love.Sex. Race. Scripture. Sovereignty. The book of Ruth entails them all. So readers shouldn’t be fooled by its age, says Pastor John Piper. Though its events happened over 3,000 years ago, the story holds astounding relevance for Christians in the twenty-first century.The sovereignty of God, the sexual nature of humanity, and the gospel of God’s mercy for the undeserving-these massive realities never change. And since God is still sovereign, and we are male or female, and Jesus is alive and powerful, A Sweet and Bitter Providence bears a message for readers from all walks of life. But be warned, Piper tells his audience: This ancient love affair between Boaz and Ruth could be dangerous, inspiring all of us to great risks in the cause of love.160 Pages
Published January 2010

 

About the Author: ECPA Gold Medallion winner John Piper is senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis and the head of Desiring God. He has written numerous books on topics that include personal holiness, missions and historical figures.

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