Monday, February 15, 2016

The Gospel According to Ruth By Kevin Foster

The Gospel According to Ruth: A Season of Harvest is an inspiring devotional that draws out many metaphors found in the story of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz. Leaving Moab to return to Bethlehem was not a journey made with much hope but God drew them to Bethlehem His house of bread to provide for them and all the world. Filled with Scriptural applications, this harvest-themed devotional will guide your soul on a 121-day passage.

There are four major divisions within this devotional that explores the Christian calling, the Christian labor, the Christian rest and finally, Christian marriage in the Lord.

This devotional study in the book of Ruth has over 1000 related bible verses. The seven major feast of Israel are surveyed along with the Promised Land from Bethlehem, Jericho, the Jordan River, the Dead Sea and the wilderness crossing.

Pick up your copy here...
Kevin Foster PA-C, NP, (Graduate of USC School of Medicine) is an award winning, board-certified Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner. Before his medical career, he lived in Liberia, West Africa, with a medical missionary doctor who was a student of the Bible and a teacher of God's Word. Kevin also attended the African Bible College (A.B.C.) and had a traveling film ministry. He has traveled through the United States and sixteen countries part of a global skateboard, Bible-teaching ministry, speaking and educating youth on the importance of loving God and living by the Word of God. Back in his hometown, Kevin and his team started a house Bible study fellowship that continued for over twenty years. Kevin has a compassionate heart toward his patients after surviving surgery for the removal of a brain tumor and cancer (lymphoma). When he's not practicing medicine, he can be found spending time enjoying his family, preaching, and teaching at churches, Bible studies, and small Deaf groups. He lives in the United States with his wife and their four children.

 This was a different devotional than what I am used to. It was more of a learning devotional Bible study. You get a lot of great information in a small study for 121 days.
Foster spells it out for you in an easy to read and follow along in your Bible way.
Invest your time in this book and build your faith while studying Gods word every morning.
I suggest this for people who want to build their faith and have a  better relationship with the Lord.
I gave this book 4 stars. Give it as a gift or use it in a small group.
I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.


  1. I think I will pass on this one. But thanks for the review

  2. Another devotional for the new year. I think I will try it out to see if I like it.

  3. Isn't a closer walk with God what we should all long for. I like anything that will bring me closer to God.

  4. I don't know if I would like this one. I like daily devotionals I may like this one as well but I don't know.

  5. This sounds good. I think I will enjoy it. Thanks

  6. Hmmmmm....sounds kinda interesting, but I do think that I will pass on this one. Thanks, Mary.

  7. Sounds like a good Bible devotional study .Blessings DanaGirl

  8. Sounds good. I love the book of Ruth. It is one of my favorite books of the Bible.

    1. Jean, You are the WINNER! I will get your book right out to you!

  9. I love a good Bible study. I have a couple of friends that have just recently come to Christ. I may buy it for them.

  10. I love going through a Bible study and then putting it in my own format and going through them with my Bible study group.

  11. I'm not real sure about this one. I have never heard of this author. I like to know and trust my Bible teachers. Thanks for taking the time to share this Mary

  12. I'm not particularly interested in this one but I'm sure it will benefit someone. Good review, Mary.

    Judy B