Book of Ruth
In the steps that Ruth takes, recorded in this chapter, we see the steps God’s people must take if they want to enter into a deeper relationship with the Lord. Like Ruth, we must not be satisfied merely with living on leftovers (2:2), or even receiving gifts (2:14, 16). We must want Him alone; for when we have Him, we also have all that He owns. It’s not the gifts that we seek, but the Giver.
What is the Lord's Supper? It is God's presence. And, in God's presence there is both salvation and judgement. From Genesis to Revelation, we see humanity having intimate relationship with God, losing that intimate relationship due to sin and rebellion, Christ regaining that relationship through His atoning death on the cross, and the relationship being take to its joyful consummation in Christ's return in glory (the marriage supper of the Lamb).