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Focus verse: 16 - But Ruth said: “Entreat me not to leave you, Or to turn back from following after you; For wherever you go, I will go; And wherever you lodge, I will lodge; Your people shall be my people, And your God, my God.

Chapter: Ruth 1

Overview: I. RUTH RENOUNCING (1:1–22) A. The famine (1:1–2): An Israelite family (Elimelech; his wife, Naomi; and their two sons) leave their home in Bethlehem to escape a famine and move to Moab. B. The funerals (1:3–5): Elimelech dies, and his sons marry Moabite women. Ten years later the sons die, and now Naomi and her daughters-in-law are widows. C. The farewells (1:6–15) 1. Naomi’s decision (1:6–7): Hearing that there is abundant food in Bethlehem, Naomi determines to return to her homeland. Both her daughters-in-law begin the journey with her. 2. Naomi’s despair (1:8–15): A bitter and broken Naomi gently urges her daughters-in-law, Orpah and Ruth, to return to Moab and begin new lives. Orpah does, but Ruth stays with Naomi. D. The faith (1:16–18): Ruth vows to accompany her mother-in-law and makes Naomi’s God her God. E. The frustration (1:19–22): Arriving in Bethlehem, Naomi tells her old friends not to call her Naomi, meaning “pleasant,” but to call her Mara, meaning “bitter.” - from the Outline Bible

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