The Hebrew Scriptures record the history of a gentile woman named Ruth. Because of a famine in Israel, Naomi, her husband, and her two sons moved to the heathen country of Moab.

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“Now there arose a new king over Egypt. He knew nothing about Yosef (Joseph) but said to his people, ‘Look, the descendants of Isra’el have become a people too numerous and powerful for us.

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King Jehoshaphat was the 5th King after King David.

Jehoshaphat sought the LORD and walked in the ways of God's commandments. Jehoshaphat took delight in the ways of the Lord and removed the idols out of Judah. He also sent out Levites to teach the people the Bible.

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“In the course of time, Nahash king of the Ammonites died, and his son succeeded him as king. David thought, ‘I will show kindness to Hanun son of Nahash, because his father showed kindness to me.

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When Israel was in the wilderness they were concerned about God providing food, “because they did not believe in God, and did not trust in His salvation. Yet He had commanded the clouds above, and opened the doors of heaven, had rained down manna on them to eat, and given them of the bread of heaven.

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Is It reasonable to believe that if we hold onto one cherished sin it can poison our entire life?

Two Bible characters reveal this truth. Balaam and Judas, in their service to God retained the spirit of covetousness. Both acknowledged the one true God and professed to serve Him. Even when it was unpopular to do so, Judas believed in Jesus as the Messiah and united himself with His followers.

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