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  • The man was Elimelech, his wife Naomi, and his two sons Mahlon and Chilion. They were Ephrathites from Bethlehem, Judah. A little later, after they had settled in Moab, (Ruth 1, 2)

  • Naomi's husband Elimelech died. She was left with her two sons, (Ruth 1, 3)

  • Mahlon and Chilion also died and Naomi was left bereft of husband and two sons. (Ruth 1, 5)

  • Having heard that Yahweh had come to help his people by giving them food, Naomi prepared to return home. (Ruth 1, 6)

  • It was then that Naomi said to her daughters-in-law, "Go back, each of you, to your mother's house. And may Yahweh be kind to you, as you have been to your dead and to me. (Ruth 1, 8)

  • Naomi said, "Return home, my daughters. Why should you come with me, when I have no more sons to become your husbands? (Ruth 1, 11)

  • Naomi said, "Look, your sister-in-law returns to her people and her gods. You too must return. Go after her." (Ruth 1, 15)

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

  • So the two went on till they reached Bethlehem. Their arrival set the town astir. Women asked, "Can this be Naomi?" (Ruth 1, 19)

  • She said to them, "Don't call me Naomi. Call me Mara for Yahweh has made life bitter for me. (Ruth 1, 20)

  • I came away full but go back empty. Why call me Naomi, when Yahweh has afflicted me?" (Ruth 1, 21)

  • Thus it was that Naomi returned from Moab with her Moabite daughter-in-law and arrived in Bethlehem as the barley harvest began. (Ruth 1, 22)

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