Talált 14 Eredmények: Ruth

  • who married Moabite women, one named Orpah, the other Ruth. When they had lived there about ten years, (Ruth 1, 4)

  • Again they sobbed aloud and wept; and Orpah kissed her mother-in-law good-bye, but Ruth stayed with her. (Ruth 1, 14)

  • But Ruth said, "Do not ask me to abandon or forsake you! for wherever you go I will go, wherever you lodge I will lodge, your people shall be my people, and your God my God. (Ruth 1, 16)

  • Thus it was that Naomi returned with the Moabite daughter-in-law, Ruth, who accompanied her back from the plateau of Moab. They arrived in Bethlehem at the beginning of the barley harvest. (Ruth 1, 22)

  • Ruth the Moabite said to Naomi, "Let me go and glean ears of grain in the field of anyone who will allow me that favor." Naomi said to her, "Go, my daughter," (Ruth 2, 2)

  • Boaz said to Ruth, "Listen, my daughter! Do not go to glean in anyone else's field; you are not to leave here. Stay here with my women servants. (Ruth 2, 8)

  • "He even told me," added Ruth the Moabite, "that I should stay with his servants until they complete his entire harvest." (Ruth 2, 21)

  • "I will do whatever you advise," Ruth replied. (Ruth 3, 5)

  • He asked, "Who are you?" And she replied, "I am your servant Ruth. Spread the corner of your cloak over me, for you are my next of kin." (Ruth 3, 9)

  • Ruth went home to her mother-in-law, who asked, "How have you fared, my daughter?" So she told her all the man had done for her, (Ruth 3, 16)

  • Boaz continued, "Once you acquire the field from Naomi, you must take also Ruth the Moabite, the widow of the late heir, and raise up a family for the departed on his estate." (Ruth 4, 5)

  • I also take Ruth the Moabite, the widow of Mahlon, as my wife, in order to raise up a family for her late husband on his estate, so that the name of the departed may not perish among his kinsmen and fellow citizens. Do you witness this today?" (Ruth 4, 10)


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