9 thoughts on “Our Redeemer: the One who is Near

  1. The story of Ruth and Boaz is such a beautiful one and I especially appreciate when you explained the meaning of kinsman in Hebrew. I love how you include worship songs at the end because the only response to learning more about our Redeemer is worship!

  2. This really helped me to understand the story of Ruth better. And I never thought of Jesus as my Kinsman Redeemer but you are SO right! And I love how you help us with Hebrew Word study. Incredible post, incredible blog!E Blessings sweet sister … ❤️

    1. I have always loved studying Hebrew and am so glad it can help others know our LORD even better. He most surely is your Kinsman Redeemer and He loves you so very much! Thank you for your kind words, I really appreciate you. Shalom!

  3. I love learning about the depth and layers of meaning in the Hebrew words. God often uses word study to speak to my heart. Thank you for explaining the meaning of kinsman-redeemer. I’m so grateful we have a God who is near, so very near.

    1. I love how each and every word, and every “jot and tittle” are vital! We can study the same word for YEARS and still find new meaning! Scripture truly is a treasure, full of precious jewels!

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