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Ruth OutlinedI. Ruth of Moab (1:1-5) A. Events occurred "when the judges ruled" (1:1) B. Famine in the area of Bethlehem (1:1) C. Migration to Moab (1:1) 1. Elimelech and his wife, Naomi (1:2) 2. They had two sons, Mahlon and Chilion 3. They were Ephrathites of Bethlehem-judah D. Elimelech died in Moab (1:3) E. After the death of Elimelech, his two sons married Moabite women (1:4) 1. One of the sons married Orpah (1:4) 2. The other son married Ruth (1:4) This violated God's law Deuteronomy 7:3-8, 23:3, and Ezra 9:2 3. After 10 years both Mahlon and Chilion died (1:5) 4. Naomi was without husband or sons (1:5) II. Devotion of Ruth to Naomi (1:6 to 2:23) A. Naomi decides to return to Bethlehem-judah (1:7) 1. Both Orpah and Ruth accompany Naomi part of the way (1:7) 2. Naomi urges her daughters-in-law to remain in Moab (1:8-13) 3. Orpah tearfully agrees to remain in Moab (1:14) 4. Ruth refuses to leave Naomi (1:14-18) Matthew 19:19 - Honor your father and mother a. Ruth’s famous statement: "Intreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God:." (1:16) b. Ruth was "steadfastly minded" to remain with Naomi, so the mother-in-law ceased her protest (1:18) B. They arrive at Bethlehem (1:19) 1. Women of Bethlehem surprised to see Naomi so sad and desolate 2. Naomi asks them to call her "Mara," instead of Naomi (1:20) 3. Naomi blames Jehovah for her sad plight (1:21) 4. Naomi and Ruth arrive in Bethlehem at harvest time (1:22) C. Ruth’s care for Naomi (2:1-23) 1. Boaz, a powerful, wealthy kinsman of Elimelech (2:1) 2. Ruth ask Naomi to permit to glean the harvest fields (2:2) 3. Ruth gleaned in the field of Boaz (2:3) 4. Boaz observes and meets Ruth (2:4-7) 5. Boaz provides…...

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