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4 September, 21:58

In "The Story of Ruth," why does Ruth choose to leave Moab?

A.

She wants to be with Naomi.

B.

She has no family in Moab.

C.

Her husband asks her to stay with his mother.

D.

She fears that Naomi will be hurt if she leaves alone.

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  1. 4 September, 23:37
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    Hello!

    The story of Ruth's relationship with Naomi is told in Ruth's book. The first chapter, in verse 16, shows the reason why Ruth accompanied Naomi: she had promised to accompany her after the death of her husband, Naomi's son.

    A.

    She wants to be with Naomi
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