Community leaders argue among themselves about who will get the seat of honor. Since the Master is about to arrive, they decide to ask him. A drama about wedding preparations is shared. What does Nathan, have to do with deciding who sits where? He’s only the groom at his wedding. Boaz makes veiled threats that maybe he won’t come. Maybe he’ll fire Nathan.
Benjamin, a blacksmith, refuses to budge on the lavish wedding arrangements for his daughter, Ruth, to Nathan. Is a friendship on the line? Boaz comes on strong to pressure his way into the feast, and at the most prized seat. Pride, honor, and self importance blows up to epic proportions.
Can Ruth pull some strings with that old family friend? The wedding day arrives, and an old family tradition might make all the favors for the honored position of no consequence. Boaz seems to get his way, but a returning stranger changes everything to not only unseat, but put pride to shame.