The Book Of Ruth
Chapter 2:19-23
"Glad for Blessing"

 

Chapter 2:19-23
"Glad for Blessing"

J. Deering, AncientPath.net

 


RUTH 2:19-23

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)

 

(2:19)
Her mother-in-law

            then

                        said to her,

                                    "Where did you glean today and

                                    where did you work?

                                    May he who took notice of you be blessed."

So

            she told her mother-in-law

                        with whom she had worked and said,

                        "The name of the man with whom I worked today is Boaz."

(2:20)

And

            Naomi said

                        to her daughter-in-law,

                                    "May he be blessed

                                                of the LORD

                                    who has not withdrawn his kindness

                                                to the living and

                                                to the dead."

Again

            Naomi said

                        to her,

                                    "The man is our relative,

                                    he is one of our closest relatives."

(2:21)

Then

            Ruth

                        the Moabitess

                        said,

                                    "Furthermore,

                                                he said to me,

                                                            'You should stay close to my servants

                                                                        until they have finished all my harvest.'"

(2:22)

And

            Naomi

                        said to

                                    Ruth

                                    her daughter-in-law,

                                                "It is good,

                                                            my daughter,

                                                that you go out

                                                            with his maids,

                                                            lest others fall upon you

                                                                        in another field."

(2:23)

So

            she stayed close by the maids of Boaz

                        in order to glean

                        until the end of

                                    the barley harvest and

                                    the wheat harvest.

 

And she lived with her mother-in-law.

 


RUTH 2:19-23

1. Master Study

2. Visualized Text

3. Outline With Text

4. Reference Materials

5. Questions


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