Ruth: Marries Boaz
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... 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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Scriptural Poems; Being Several Portions of Scripture Digested ...
... 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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Against Jovinianus.
... 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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Ruth 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.
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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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