the book of ruth chapter 2 & 3
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"I would like to go to the fields and glean among the ears of grain, behind someone who may show me some kindness."
Boaz treats Ruth with respect and generosity because he knows how kind she was and is to Naomi after her losses. He tells her to stay in the field and glean with his daughters and when she is thirsty to go get some water that the men have drawn.
"Where did you glean today? Where did you work? Blessed be he who took such generous notice of you!"
Naomi encourages Ruth to go seek marriage with Boaz because she deserves a home to be happy in and Boaz is a generous and kind man.
"Be blessed of the Lord, daughter! Your latest deed of loyalty is greater than the first..."
Boaz asked for the shawl Ruth was wearing and cut out six measures of barley. He gave it back to her and told her to not return to her mother-in-law empty handed.
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