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Author – Unknown
Time – 1250 B.C.

Summary – The book of Ruth is dated to the period of the Judges. It shows that in a time of national decline and immorality, God preserved a remnant who could serve as the core for a future revival. This would be accomplished in Ruth’s descendant, David, from whom the Messiah would come. It is thought that the book was written after the period of the Judges and describes customs of that time period.

Chapter 1 v 1 to 22 Ruth’s noble choice
Chapter 2 v 1 to 23 Ruth’s faithful service
Chapter 3 v 1 to 18 Ruth’s virtuous appeal
Chapter 4 v 1 to 22 Ruth’s blessed reward

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