Boaz tells her that another man has a prior claim (Ruth 3:1-18). Finally, at the city gate, the other relative renounces his claim, and Boaz marries Ruth (Ruth 4:1-12).
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The genealogy makes Ruth an ancestress of David and, therefore, of a Davidic messiah (Ruth 4:13-18).
Ruth was willing to forgo her future in Moab, her people, her gods and even her ancestral burial plot to be stay with Naomi. The theme of Ruth is the Lord's provident protection of the faithful (Ruth 2:12)... Showed next 250 characters
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Date Died: August 16, 1948 Place: New York, New York
Early Family Background:
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professional baseball's greatest sluggers and probably the
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Born: February 6, 1895 (Baltimore, Maryland)
Died: August 16, 1948 (New York, New York)
Weight: 215 lbs.
Position: Outfield, Pitcher
Began his career as a left-handed pitcher with the Boston Red Sox in 1914, compiling a 78-40 record
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