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Unformatted text preview: T-Mobile Wi-Fi 09:57 1 0 93% Touch to return to call 06:13 X Exegetical Commentary of Ruth Fi.. . . . in judgement on His sinning people." This family was from Bethlehem of Judah, then name Bethlehem means, "house of bread" but during this time it was empty. Bethlehem was five miles south of Jerusalem and was the place where Boaz and Ruth's son Obed (Ruth 4:18-21; 1 Samuel 17:58) was born, later his grandson David was born and even later where Jesus (Luke 2:4-7) was born." 1.2 Elimelech meaning "My God is King"12 left Jerusalem with his Naomi, herself described the meaning of her name as "pleasant or delightful"13 (1:20). He also had his two sons Mahlon (meaning "weak") and Kilion (meaning "frail"), there is no definitive answer to what their names mean only speculation based on the story of Ruth. They left to go to Moab to live for a while (sojourned means "temporary relocation"14). Moab was about 50 miles east of the Dead Sea. Moabites and Israelites were not usually on friendly terms and felt hostility and suspicion stemming from the Jewish takeover of the promise land. The Moabites were "excluded from the congregation of the Lord (Deut.23:3-6)...and they were worshipers of the god Chemosh"is (Numbers 21:29; 1 Kings 11:7). 9 John F. Walvoord, Roy B. Zuck. The Bible Knowledge Commentary 418. 10 Victor Hamilton, Handbook, 190. 11 Ibid., 419. 12Eugene F. Roop, Believers, 29. 13 Ibid. 14 Max Anders, Max, W. Gary Phillips. Holman Old Testament Commentary. (Nashville, TN: B&H Publishing Group, 2004), 6357. 15 John F. Walvoord, Roy B. Zuck. The Bible Knowledge Commentary, 418....
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