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Ruth

How did the townspeople regard Ruth?


As an obedient woman
As a caring woman
As a virtuous woman
As a beautiful woman

Similar Bible Trivia Questions

Ruth: Who was Ruth's mother-in-law?

Orpah
Hannah
Sarah
Naomi

Ruth appears in the book of Ruth and also one other book. Which one?


At the beginning of which harvest did Naomi and Ruth go to Bethlehem?

Rye
Grape
Wheat
Barley

Why did Boaz allow Ruth to glean in his field?

He was short of workers
She had looked after Naomi
She was beautiful
He had a large harvest

How much did Ruth glean on her first day?

2 ephahs of oats
1 ephah of oats
1 ephah of barley
2 ephahs of barley

Which other harvest did Ruth glean in?

Maize harvest
Grape harvest
Wheat harvest
Olive harvest

What did Ruth do while Boaz was sleeping?

Asked his servant to wake him
Covered his head and sat next to him
Uncovered his feet and lay down
Gently woke him up

Who did Ruth marry?

Othniel
Solomon
Boaz
David

What was the name of Ruth's second husband?

Boaz
Elimelech
Mahlon
Chilion

What relationship was Ruth to Naomi?

Daughter
Niece
Daughter-in-law
Granddaughter

 

 

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