The Book Of Ruth
Chapter 2:8-14
"Grace From Boaz"

 

Chapter 2:8-14
"Grace From Boaz"

J. Deering, AncientPath.net

 


RUTH 2:8-14

1. Master Study

2. Visualized Text

3. Outline With Text

4. Reference Materials

5. Questions


 

VISUALIZED TEXT

 


 

THE VISUALIZED TEXT (NASB)  (conjunctions & prepositions (and other important words) underlined, words not in original text in italics)  (alternate text in purple)

 

(2:8)

Then
            Boaz said to Ruth,
                                    "Listen carefully,
                                    my daughter.
                                    Do not go to glean in another field;
                        furthermore,
                                    do not go on from this one,
                                    but stay here with my maids.

 

(2:9)

"Let your eyes be on the field which they reap, and

go after them.
Indeed,

            I have commanded the servants

                        not to touch you.
            When you are thirsty,
                        go to the water jars and

                                    drink

                                                from what the servants draw."

 

 (2:10)

Then

            she fell on her face,
                        bowing to the ground and
                        said to him,
                                    "Why have I found favor

                                                in your sight
                                                that

                                                            you should take notice of me,
                                                                        since I am a foreigner?"

 

(2:11)

And

            Boaz

                        answered and

                        said to her,
                                    "All that you have done for your mother-in-law
                                                after the death of your husband
                                                has been fully reported to me, and
                                                how you left

                                                            your father and

                                                            your mother and

                                                            the land of your birth,

                                                and
                                                            came to a people
                                                                        that

                                                                        you did not previously know.

 

(2:12)

"May the LORD
            reward

                        your work, and
                        your wages

                                    be full from the LORD,
                                                the God of Israel,
                                                under whose wings

                                                            you have come

                                                                        to seek refuge."

 

(2:13)

Then
            she said,
                        "I have found favor in your sight, my lord,
                                    for

                                                You

                                                            have comforted me and

                                                            indeed have spoken kindly to your maidservant,
                                                                        though I am not like one of your maidservants."

 

(2:14)

And

            at mealtime

                        Boaz said to her,
                                    "Come here,
                                                that

                                                            you may

                                                                        eat of the bread and
                                                                        dip your piece of bread in the vinegar."

So

            She

                        sat beside the reapers; and
            he

                        served her roasted grain, and
            she

                        ate and
                        was satisfied and
                        had some left.

 


RUTH 2:8-14

1. Master Study

2. Visualized Text

3. Outline With Text

4. Reference Materials

5. Questions


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