Gefunden 12 Ergebnisse für: Ruth

  • They took wives from among the Moabites, of whom one was called Orpah, and the other Ruth. And they lived there ten years. (Ruth 1, 4)

  • In response, they lifted up their voice and began to weep again. Orpah kissed her mother-in-law, and then turned back. Ruth clung to her mother-in-law. (Ruth 1, 14)

  • Therefore, Naomi saw that Ruth, being firmly resolved in her soul, was determined to go with her, and that she was unwilling to be dissuaded, and that nothing further could convince her to return to her own. (Ruth 1, 18)

  • Therefore, Naomi went with Ruth, the Moabite, her daughter-in-law, from the land of her sojourn, and returned to Bethlehem, at the time of the first reaping of the barley. (Ruth 1, 22)

  • And Ruth, the Moabite, said to her mother-in-law, “If you order, I will go into the field and gather the ears of grain which escape the reaping hand, wherever I will find favor with the father of a family, who will be compassionate to me.” She answered her, “Go, my daughter.” (Ruth 2, 3)

  • And Boaz said to Ruth, “Listen to me, daughter. Do not go to gather in any other field, nor depart from this place, but join with my young women, (Ruth 2, 8)

  • And Ruth said, “He charged me with this also, that from now on I should join with his reapers until all the crop has been reaped.” (Ruth 2, 21)

  • And he said to her, “Who are you?” And she answered, “I am Ruth, your handmaid. Spread your covering over your servant, for you are a near relative.” (Ruth 3, 9)

  • And Boaz said to him, “When buying the field, you are likewise obliged to accept the hand of the woman Ruth, the Moabite, who was the wife of the deceased, so that you may raise up the name of your near kinsman through his posterity.” (Ruth 4, 5)

  • And Ruth, the Moabite, the wife of Mahlon, I have taken in marriage so as to raise up the name of the deceased in his posterity, so that his name will not be cut off from among his family and his brethren and his people. You, I say, are witnesses of this thing.” (Ruth 4, 10)

  • And so Boaz took Ruth, and received her as his wife, and he went in to her, and the Lord granted to her to conceive and bear a son. (Ruth 4, 13)

  • And Salmon conceived Boaz by Rahab. And Boaz conceived Obed by Ruth. And Obed conceived Jesse. (Matthew 1, 5)


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