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15 Unique Bible Facts about Naomi

15 Unique Bible Facts about Naomi

15 Unique Bible Facts about Naomi, with verse and Description

15 Unique Bible Facts about Naomi

  1. Naomi was a Moabite woman who was married to Elimelech and had two sons, Mahlon and Kilion (Ruth 1:2).
  2. Naomi’s husband, Elimelech, died in Moab, leaving her a widow (Ruth 1:3).
  3. After the death of her husband, Naomi and her two sons, Mahlon and Kilion, moved to Bethlehem (Ruth 1:1-2).
  4. Naomi’s two sons married Moabite women, Orpah and Ruth (Ruth 1:4-5).
  5. After her sons had both died, Naomi encouraged Orpah and Ruth to return to their homes in Moab, but Ruth remained with Naomi (Ruth 1:6-14).
  6. Naomi and Ruth eventually returned to Bethlehem, where Ruth married Boaz (Ruth 2:1-2).
  7. Boaz was a relative of Naomi’s deceased husband, Elimelech (Ruth 2:1).
  8. Naomi was overjoyed when Ruth gave birth to a son, Obed, who was the grandfather of King David (Ruth 4:17).
  9. Naomi was given a new name, Mara, which means “bitter” in Hebrew (Ruth 1:20).
  10. Naomi was a wise woman who taught Ruth and Boaz about the laws of inheritance (Ruth Chapters 3 & 4).
  11. Naomi was a woman of faith who praised God for his faithfulness and kindness to her (Ruth 2:20).
  12. Naomi was a woman of compassion who showed kindness to Ruth and Boaz and helped them get married (Ruth 3:1-18).
  13. Naomi was a woman of courage who trusted God to provide for her and Ruth in Bethlehem (Ruth 1:15-17).
  14. Naomi was a woman of humility who recognized that God was the source of her and Ruth’s blessings (Ruth 1:21).
  15. Naomi was a woman of hope who looked forward to the day when God would restore the fortunes of her and Ruth (Ruth 4:14-15).

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