Naomi and her daughter-in-law, Ruth, leave their famine-stricken land to go to Moab
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Boaz is showing kindness to Ruth by letting her Glean in his field safely
Boaz Confronts the kinsman-redeemer to see if he'll help Ruth. He refuses, so Boaz takes the responsibility to be kinsman-redeemer for Ruth
Boaz and Ruth get married
Boaz and Ruth have a baby named Obed. Obed's family line leads to David, and eventually to Jesus.