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  • who married Moabite women, one named Orpah and the other Ruth. After living in Moab for about ten years, (Ruth 1, 4)




  • Again they sobbed and wept. Then Orpah kissed her mother-in-law goodbye, but Ruth clung to her. (Ruth 1, 14)

  • Ruth replied, "Don't ask me to leave you. For I will go where you go and stay where you stay. Your people will be my people and your god, my God. (Ruth 1, 16)

  • Realizing that Ruth was determined to go with her, Naomi stopped urging her. (Ruth 1, 18)

  • And Ruth the Moabite said to Naomi, "Let me go to pick up the left-over grain in the field whose owner will allow me that favor." Naomi said, "Go ahead, my daughter." (Ruth 2, 2)

  • Noticing Ruth, Boaz asked the foreman of his harvesters, "To whom does that young woman belong?" (Ruth 2, 5)

  • Boaz said to Ruth, "Listen, my daughter. Don't go away from here to glean in anyone else's field. Stay here with my women servants. (Ruth 2, 8)




  • Ruth said, "May I prove worthy of your favor, my lord. You have consoled your servant with your kind words, though I am not the equal of your maidservants." (Ruth 2, 13)

  • Ruth carried back to town the threshed barley, which she showed to her mother-in-law. She also gave her what she had left over from lunch. (Ruth 2, 18)

  • Naomi asked her daughter-in-law, "Where did you glean today? Where did you work? May the man who took notice of you be blessed." Ruth told her mother-in-law about the owner of the field where she had worked. "His name is Boaz," she said. (Ruth 2, 19)

  • Ruth continued, "He even told me to stay with his servants until they finish harvesting the grain." (Ruth 2, 21)

  • Ruth, therefore, stayed close to the maidservants of Boaz, gleaning until the end of the wheat and barley harvests. And she continued living with her mother-in-law. (Ruth 2, 23)




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