Ruth of Moab: Triumph of a Daughter's Love
Tate Publishing, 2007 - 219 Seiten
It is also an intimate, spirit-filled fiction with a host of refreshing words and scenes not duplicated in any other previous writings. Author O. Wright captures, in graphic scenery, the uncompromising love between Naomi, a godly Jewish mother, and Ruth, a beautiful and innocent Moabite maiden. Wright's narrative of Ruth's childlike innocence, devotion to her mother-in-law, and complete loyalty to the God of Israel win not only the heart of Judah, but the heart of the reader as well. Through God's preeminent design, she became the faithful wife of Boaz, her kinsman redeemer, and the ancestress mother for the long-awaited Messiah, Jesus Christ.
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Elimelech Leaves his Homeland
Mahlons Heart is Smitten
Naomi Bonds with her Sons Wives
Naomis Heart Breaks Again
Naomi Returns Home
Ruth Gleans in the Field
Ruth Returns to Naomi
Naomi Prepares Ruth for Boaz
Boaz Becomes the Nearer Kinsman
Boaz Covers Ruth with Love
Achbor asked barley beautiful became began Bethlehem Boaz’s book of Ruth bring Chemosh close relative comfort continued cried daugh daughter-in-law deep delight embraced Ephrathite eyes faithful famine father felt field gentle glean God of Israel God’s gods gone gracious grief happy Harvest ends heard heart feels heaven honorable husband in-law Israel Jehovah Jordan River kinsman redeemer knew land of Israel land of Judah land of Moab Levirate marriage Little Rachel live looked Mahlon and Chilion married Master Boaz Messiah Moabite mother mother-in-law Naomi and Ruth Naomi answered Naomi replied Naomi responded Naomi’s heart nearer kinsman Orpah and Ruth passion peace pleased praises prayed prayers Precious heart promised quickly returned home Ruth replied Ruth’s heart sadness Sarah smile softly sons soon sorrow soul spoke tears tell tent thanked threshing floor tribe of Judah truly trust waiting walked wife words young maiden