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Ruth 3

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 3 Ruth Again Presents Herself.  When Ruth was back with her mother-in-law,  1  Naomi said to her, “My daughter, should I not be seeking a pleasing home for you?  2  [ a ] Now! Is not Boaz, whose young women you were working with, a relative of ours? This very night he will be winnowing barley at the threshing floor.  3  Now, go bathe and anoint yourself; then put on your best attire and go... » Continue Reading

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Ruth 2

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 2 The Meeting.   1  [ a ] Naomi had a powerful relative named Boaz, through the clan of her husband Elimelech.  2  [ b ] Ruth the Moabite said to Naomi, “I would like to go and glean grain in the field of anyone who will allow me.” Naomi said to her, “Go ahead, my daughter.”  3  So she went. The field she entered to glean after the harvesters happened to be the section belonging to Boaz, o... » Continue Reading

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Ruth 1

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 1 Naomi in Moab.   1  Once back in the time of the judges [ a ]  there was a famine in the land; so a man from Bethlehem of Judah left home with his wife and two sons to reside on the plateau of Moab.  2  The man was named Elimelech, his wife Naomi, and his sons Mahlon and Chilion; they were Ephrathites from Bethlehem of Judah. Some time after their arrival on the plateau of Moab,  3  Elim... » Continue Reading

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Judges 21

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 21 Ensuring a Future for Benjamin.   1  [ a ] The men of Israel took an oath at Mizpah: “None of us will give his daughter in marriage to anyone from Benjamin.”  2  So the people went to Bethel and remained there before God until evening, raising their voices in bitter weeping.  3  They said, “ Lord , God of Israel, why has this happened in Israel that today one tribe of Israel should be l... » Continue Reading

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Judges 20

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 20 Assembly of Israelites.   1  So all the Israelites came out as one, from Dan to Beer-sheba [ a ]  including the land of Gilead, and the assembly gathered to the  Lord  at Mizpah.  2  The leaders of all the people, all the staff-bearers of Israel, [ b ]  presented themselves in the assembly of the people of God—four hundred thousand foot soldiers who carried swords.  3  Meanwhile, the Be... » Continue Reading

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Judges 19

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 19 The Levite from Ephraim.   1  In those days, when there was no king in Israel, [ a ]  there was a Levite residing in remote parts of the mountain region of Ephraim who had taken for himself a concubine from Bethlehem of Judah.  2  But his concubine spurned him and left him for her father’s house in Bethlehem of Judah, where she stayed for some four months.  3  Her husband then set out w... » Continue Reading

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A lovely homestead

Category: Writing and Poetry

                                 A lovey home, near a smooth dirt path. A lovely family playing an working together. A lovely wagon, with a pretty horse leading it. Two lovely dogs, playing on the path. A lovely horse, ridden by it's owner. Lovely tall green trees, grew around the area. A nice little fence, defending the farm life. The grey sky, covered by white clouds. Family friends, are coming ... » Continue Reading

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This Sunday is the last day of this bible study.

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Tomorrow is the last day of this little bible study, and I been to each Sunday since it started. It was a very nice simple beginner study. The next one will be about how to understand men, and why God made them the way he did. I am quite excited about that one, it would be nice to learn and try to understand men. » Continue Reading

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Judges 18

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 18 Migration of the Danites.   1  In those days there was no king in Israel. In those days the tribe of the Danites were in search of a heritage to dwell in, for up to that time no heritage had been allotted [ a ]  to them among the tribes of Israel. 2  So the Danites sent from their clans five powerful men of Zorah and Eshtaol, to reconnoiter the land and scout it. “Go, scout the land,” t... » Continue Reading

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Judges 17

Category: Religion and Philosophy

III. Further Stories of the Tribes of Dan and Benjamin Chapter 17 Micah and the Levite.   1  There was a man from the mountain region of Ephraim whose name was Micah.  2  [ a ] He said to his mother, “The eleven hundred pieces of silver that were taken from you, about which you pronounced a curse and even said it in my hearing—I have that silver. I took it. So now I will restore it to you.” Then h... » Continue Reading

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I went to my first ever bible study today

Category: Religion and Philosophy

I went to a bible study today, and I was never to one before. Everyone there was generally so nice, and I am very excited to see them next Sunday, after church. The bible study is called Breathing Room, I am assuming it is how we try to give us a time to ourselves without to much worry. I hope to learn more about the bible and breathing room, and get to know the women in the women's study group. » Continue Reading

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Judges 16

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Chapter 16 1 Once Samson went to Gaza, where he saw a prostitute and visited her. 2 The people of Gaza were told, “Samson has come here,” and they surrounded him with an ambush at the city gate all night long. And all the night they waited, saying, “At morning light we will kill him.” 3 Samson lay there until midnight. Then he rose at midnight, seized the doors of the city gate and the two gatepos... » Continue Reading

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