The Book Of Ruth
Chapter 1:19-22
"Ruth's Reception"

Chapter 1: 19-22
"Ruth's Reception"

J. Deering, AncientPath.net


RUTH 1:19-22  "Ruth's Reception"
1. Master Study 2. Visualized Text 3. Outline With Text 4. Reference Materials 5. Questions


VISUALIZED TEXT


Ruth 1:19-22, Ruth's Reception
THE VISUALIZED TEXT: (NASB)  (conjunctions & prepositions (and other important words) underlined, words not in original text in italics)  (alternate text in purple)

(1:19a)
So

they both went

until they came to Bethlehem.

(1:19b)

And

it came about
when

they had come to Bethlehem,

that

all the city was stirred

because of them, and
the women
(Lit., "they said") said,

"Is this Naomi?"


(1:20a)
And

she said to them,

"Do not call me Naomi (i.e., "pleasant");
call me Mara
(i.e., "bitter"),

(1:20b)

for

the Almighty (Heb., "Shaddai") has dealt very bitterly
with me.


(1:21)

"I went out full,
but
the LORD
(Heb., "Shaddai")
has brought me
back empty.

Why do you call me Naomi,

since

the LORD
has witnessed against me and
the Almighty has afflicted me?"


(1:22)
So

Naomi returned, and
with her Ruth

the Moabitess,
her daughter-in-law,
who returned from the land of Moab. And

they came to Bethlehem

at the beginning of barley harvest.


RUTH 1:19-22  "Ruth's Reception"
1. Master Study 2. Visualized Text 3. Outline With Text 4. Reference Materials 5. Questions


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