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Naomi In The Bible

Ruth was born into a non-Jewish family and pagan nationality (Moab) that did not know or worship the one true God. However, she found favor with God when she chose to go with Naomi, her Jewish mother-in-law, and God blessed and chose her to become the matriarchal ancestor of our Lord Jesus. Now, whoever will accept Jesus is able to be grafted into the family of God.

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where you go ill go, where you stay ill stay

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Ruth and Naomi—“Where You Go I Shall Go”

Ruth humbly picking up barley behind the workers in the field to support herself and Naomi.


"In your waiting place, cling to the hope that never once has our God left our story unfinished and unredeemed. It may not look how we expected but, as with Ruth and Naomi, our story is His story—it was then and it will be in years to come. We are only to wait, to trust, to obey."


Daily Devotional -What She Didn't Know:


Serve one another humbly in love ...


Like Ruth, we cannot see the whole of our story, or of The Story. We aren’t meant to. But we can follow God’s lead, knowing that our yesses make a Kingdom-size difference, even when no one sees. // Ruth, Day 5 #SheReadsTruth


Bev Knaup bible journal Ruth 1:16 Flounder's loyalty to Ariel in the Little Mermaid reminds me of Ruth's loyalty to Naomi.

So true !! God comes to our rescue in the most miraculous ways.