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    RUTH 2

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      1  Ruth gleans in the field of Boaz.
     4  Boaz takes notice of her,
     8  and shews her great favor.
    18  That which she got, she carries to Naomi.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - kinsman.
       * Ru 3:2,12
    - a mighty.
       * De 8:17,18 Job 1:3; 31:25
    - Boaz.
      Boaz, according the Targumist, was the same as Ibzan.
    
       * Ru 4:21 Jud 12:8-10 1Ch 2:10-12 Mt 1:5 Lu 3:32
    - Booz.
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - glean ears.
       * Le 19:9,16; 23:22 De 24:19-21
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - gleaned.
       * 1Th 4:11,12 2Th 3:12
    - hap was.  Heb. hap happened.
       * 2Ki 8:5 Es 6:1,2 Mt 10:29 Lu 10:31
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - The Lord.
       * Ps 118:26; 129:7,8 Lu 1:28 2Th 3:16 2Ti 4:22 2Jo 1:10,11
    - And they.
       * Ru 4:11 Ge 18:19 Jos 24:15 Ps 133:1-3 1Ti 6:2
    
    VERSE 5
        * Ru 4:21 1Ch 2:11,12
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - the servant.
      This seems to have been a kind of steward, who had the under-
      management of the estate.
    
       * Ge 15:2; 24:2; 39:4 Mt 20:8; 24:45
    - It is the.
       * Ru 1:16,19,22
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - I pray.
       * Pr 15:33; 18:23 Mt 5:3 Eph 5:21 1Pe 5:5,6
    - continued.
       * Pr 13:4; 22:29 Ec 9:10 Ro 12:11 Ga 6:9
    - in the house.
      It seems that the reapers were now resting in a tent, erected
      for that purpose; and that Ruth had just gone in with them, to
      take her rest also.
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - my daughter.
       * 1Sa 3:6,16 2Ki 5:13 Mt 9:2,22
    - neither.
       * So 1:7,8
    - abide.
       * Mt 10:7-11 Php 4:8
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - touch thee.
       * Ge 20:6 Job 19:21 Ps 105:15 Pr 6:29 1Co 7:1 1Jo 5:18
    - go.
       * Ge 24:18-20 Mt 10:42 Joh 4:7-11
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - fell.
       * Ge 18:2 1Sa 25:23
    - Why have.
       * :2,13 2Sa 9:8; 19:28 Lu 1:43,48 Ro 12:10
    - seeing.
       * Isa 56:3-8 Mt 15:22-28; 25:35 Lu 7:6,7; 17:16-18
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - all that.
       * Ru 1:11,14-22 Ps 37:5,6
    - and how.
       * Ps 45:10 Lu 5:11,23; 14:33; 18:29,30 Heb 11:8,9,24-26
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - recompense.
       * 1Sa 24:19 Ps 19:11; 58:11 Pr 11:18; 23:18 *marg:
       * Mt 5:12; 6:1; 10:41,42 Lu 6:35; 14:12-14 Col 2:18 2Ti 1:18; 4:8
       * Heb 6:10; 11:6,26
    - wings.
       * Ru 1:16 Ps 17:8; 36:7; 57:1; 61:4; 63:7; 91:4 Mt 23:37
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - Let me find.  or, I find favor.
       * Ge 33:8,10,15; 43:14 1Sa 1:18 2Sa 16:4
    - friendly.  Heb. to the heart.
       * Ge 34:3 Jud 19:3
    - not like.
       * 1Sa 25:41 Pr 15:33 Php 2:3
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - At meal-time.
       * Job 31:16-22 Pr 11:24,25 Isa 32:8; 58:7,10,11 Lu 14:12-14
    - dip thy morsel.
      Vinegar, robb of fruits, etc., are used for this purpose in
      the East to the present day; into which, says Dr. Shaw, they
      dip the bread and hand together.
    
    - parched.
       * 1Sa 17:17; 25:18 2Sa 17:28
    - she did.
       * De 8:10; 11:15 2Ki 4:43,44 Mt 14:20
    - was sufficed.
       * :18 Ps 23:5
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - glean.
      The word glean comes from the French {glaner} to gather ears
      or grains of corn.  This was formerly a general custom in
      England and Ireland:  the poor went into the fields, and
      collected the straggling  ears of corn after the reapers; and
      it was long supposed that this was their right, and that the
      law recognized it; but although it has been an old custom, it
      is now settled by a solemn judgment of the Court of Common
      Pleas, that a right to glean in the harvest field cannot be
      claimed by any person at common law.  Any person may permit or
      prevent it on his own grounds.  By the Irish Acts, 25 Henry
      VIII. c. 1, and 28 Henry VIII. c. 24, gleaning and leasing are
      so restricted as to be in fact prohibited in that part of the
      United Kingdom.
    
    - reproach.  Heb. shame.
       * Jas 5 1:5
    
    VERSE 16
        * De 24:19-21 Ps 112:9 Pr 19:17 Mt 25:40 Ro 12:13 2Co 8:5-11
       * Phm 7 1:7 Heb 6:10 1Jo 3:17,18
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - she gleaned.
       * Pr 31:27
    - ephah.
       * Ex 16:36 Eze 45:11,12
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - she had reserved.
       * :14 Joh 6:12,13 1Ti 5:4
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - blessed.
       * :10 Ps 41:1 2Co 9:13-15
    - Boaz.
       * 1Ki 7:21
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - Blessed.
       * Ru 3:10 2Sa 2:5 Job 29:12,13 2Ti 1:16-18
    - hath not.
       * 2Sa 9:1 Pr 17:17 Php 4:10
    - one of our.  or, one that hath right to redeem.
       * Ru 3:9; 4:6 Le 25:25 De 25:5-7 Job 19:25
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - Thou shalt.
       * :7,8,22 So 1:7,8
    - young men.
      The word {hannČÉrim} should be translated the servants; both
      male and female being included in it, the latter especially:
      see ver. 8, 22, 23.
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - Ruth.
      Ruth is said, by the Targumist, to have been the daughter of
      Eglon, king of Moab.
    
    - It is good.
       * Pr 27:10 So 1:8
    - meet.  or, fall not upon thee.
    
    VERSE 23
        * Pr 6:6-8; 13:1,20 1Co 15:33 Eph 6:1-3
    
    
    
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