We have the wonderful story of a Gentile woman who showed great faith in the true God of Israel. Ruth clung unto Naomi and did not want her to go back to Israel without her. “Where you go, I will go … your people will be my people … and your God will be my God.” Ruth’s loving example and trust in God did not go unnoticed by Boaz. He took Ruth to be his wife and she became part of the family line that David and Christ would later be born into. The story of Ruth shows a wonderful example of a Gentile who joined the family of God because of her faith and trust in Yahweh.
This is CSSA’s Primary Lesson 15 class and craft ideas (PDF)
This is CSSA’s Primary Lesson 15 activity sheet (PDF)
Memory Verse System
Please refer to this post for the memory verse activity for Primary Stage 2.
Click here to download the memory verse page.
Click here to download memory verses for lessons 13-18.
Every six weeks or so, I will upload a new sheet of memory verses.
Note: these memory verses are aimed at Primary age children (5-8 years old).
Year-Long Lapbook Project (thanks to Julia H.)
(Please refer to this post for details on the lapbook project.)
Click here to download the Lesson 15 PDF.
Thanks to Kate B. for sharing these practical challenges.
Each week we hope to share a practical challenge that can be incorporated into the lesson or as homework.
Lesson 15 – Practical Challenge
Ruth worked hard to provide for Naomi. Think of something you can do this week to help someone you love.
In case you’ve forgotten, two dedicated Sunday School teachers have very useful Pinterest pages that link directly to the CSSA program. Each week we will share direct links to the Pinterest boards so you can quickly and easily get quality ideas if needed.
And Ruth said, Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the Lord do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me.