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  • He called himself Elimelech, and his wife Naomi, and his two sons, the one Mahlon, and the other Chilion, Ephrathites from Bethlehem in Judah. And entering into the region of the Moabites, they stayed there. (Ruth 1, 2)

  • And Elimelech the husband of Naomi died; and she remained with her sons. (Ruth 1, 3)

  • Naomi said to her, “See, your kinswoman returns to her people, and to her gods. Hurry after her.” (Ruth 1, 15)

  • 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)

  • And so they set out together, and they came to Bethlehem. When they had entered the city, the news quickly spread among them all. And the women said, “This is that Naomi.” (Ruth 1, 19)

  • But she said to them, “Do not call me Naomi (that is, beautiful), but call me Mara (that is, bitter). For the Almighty has greatly filled me with bitterness. (Ruth 1, 20)

  • I went out full and the Lord led me back empty. So then, why call me Naomi, whom the Lord has humbled and the Almighty has afflicted?” (Ruth 1, 21)

  • 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)

  • He answered him, “This is the Moabite woman, who came with Naomi, from the land of the Moabites, (Ruth 2, 6)

  • Naomi answered her, “May he be blessed by the Lord, because the same kindness which he provided for the living, he also kept for the dead.” And again she said: “This man is our near relative.” (Ruth 2, 20)

  • But afterwards, when she returned to her mother-in-law, Naomi said to her: “My daughter, I will seek rest for you, and I will provide so that it may be well with you. (Ruth 3, 1)

  • And Naomi said, “Wait, daughter, until we see how things will turn out. For the man will not rest until he has accomplished what he said.” (Ruth 3, 18)


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