... A kinsman nearer than Boaz refuses to claim his rights by marrying her, and the
way is left open for Boaz. He accordingly marries Ruth, who thus becomes the ...
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... Then Boaz to the elders thus did say And to the people ... whom Tamar unto Judah bore.)
So he took Ruth, and as ... I say, Makes her adult'ress, and who marries her, So ...
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... He places Boaz and his wife Ruth side by ... giveth her not in marriage shall do better."
With marked propriety he had previously said "He who marries a wife ...
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Nave's Topical IndexRuth 4:9-13
And Boaz said to the elders, and to all the people, You are witnesses this day, that I have bought all that was Elimelech's, and all that was Chilion's and Mahlon's, of the hand of Naomi.Nave's Topical Index
Ruth and Naomi
Ruth: Becomes an Ancestor of Jesus
Ruth: Gleaned in the Field of Boaz
Ruth: Goes to Bethlehem
Ruth: Her Devotion to Naomi
Ruth: Marries Boaz
Ruth: Receives Kindness from Boaz
Ruth: The Daughter-In-Law of Naomi
Ruth: Under Naomi's Instructions Claims from Boaz the Duty of a Kinsman
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