70+ Bible Verses About Boaz 

In the Hebrew Bible, the son of Rahab and her husband Salmon, Boaz, was that Julia is a wealthy landowner in Bethlehem and a relative of Naomi’s late husband, Elimelech. By marrying Ruth, Boaz resurrected the family of Elimelech, and paternity was secured to Naomi’s family. Their son Obed, Jesse’s father, and David’s grandfather. 

Here are Bible verses about Boaz 

Ruth 1:1 – In the days of the rule of the judges, when there was a terrible famine in the country at that time, a man from Bethlehemjudah had moved to Moab with his wife and children.

Ruth 1:2 – The man whose name was Elimelech, whose wife was Naomi, and who had two children named Mahlon and Kilion. All of them had gone from Bethlehem to Ephraim. When they arrived, they settled in the land of Moab.

Ruth 1:3 – There, Naomi’s husband went to heaven leaving her two sons behind; and the Elimelech, he died.

Ruth 1:4 – They chose the women of Moab as their wives and married them in the same way. The names of their wives are Orpa of one and Ruth of the other. The men lived there with them for about ten years. 

Ruth 1:5 –  And when it comes to women, their husbands have two sons. Along with Mahlon, Chileans died at that time, and the men left their children behind with wives.

Ruth 1:6 –  Elimalech then returned with his son’s widows so that Naomi could return from the land of Moab. He also heard how the Lord provided food for his disciples in the land of Moab. 

Ruth 1:7 – She had just returned from her husband’s death land. Naomi left Moab and returned to the country with the bride of her two dead sons, and all the people came out of the land of Moab on their way to Judah.

Ruth 1:8 – Naomi was referring to both daughters-in-law. They go back to the birth mother. The mothers-in-law have treated their dead husbands as if they were their own mothers. The Lord will use them kindly in all judgments.

Ruth 1:9 – The Lord has given each of the wives a place in their husband’s house and children to be happy. Then Niomi kissed the daughters-in-law, and the brides began to weep loudly with all their might.

Ruth 1:10 – Orpah and Ruth make a vow to Neomi, they will surely return to their homeland with her.

Ruth 1:11 –  Naomi questioned this promise. Why aren’t these foreign girls going back to their mother’s lap? Why do they want to take this difficult path? There is no child left in her heart whom they can accept as their husband. 

Ruth 1:12 – You are like my daughter, now go back, go back on your way. I can’t be your shepherd; I’m old. I don’t have a husband; if I had, I could say I have hope; I have hope to have a son. 

Ruth 1:13 – No, my children; This path will hurt you. Do not choose this sorrow, for I am grieved for both of you because the judgment of the Lord has turned against us. Will you wait for my unborn child until they are young? Will you remain husbandless for that purpose?

Ruth 1:14 – They shouted in unison and sat down to cry again, and Arpa hugged her mother-in-law Naomi. Along with her, Ruth was holding them in her arms.

Ruth 1:15 – Arpa and Ruth hugged each other, saying that our brother-in-law had gone to his ancestors, to his own people, to their gods.

Ruth 1:16 – Ruth prays for mercy so that she does not have to leave Naomi and her family behind or leave them behind; because she thinks Naomi is their destination wherever she goes; and all the people of Bethlehem Judah are the people of Ruth, and her mother-in-law and the God of her husband are her Lord.

Ruth 1:17 – Ruth added that where Naomi and the rest of the family would die, Ruth would die with them, and her body would be buried with the rest of the family there. May the Lord test his promise and grant him a harder life and more sorrow, yet death or anything else will not separate him from Naomi and the whole family.

Ruth 1:18 – When Naomi, Ruth’s mother-in-law, realized that her daughter-in-law was determined to go with her after all this time, the mother of the deceased stopped trying to persuade Ruth and returned.

Ruth 1:19 – The mother-in-law and daughter-in-law both left for Bethlehem. When Naomi and Ruth arrived in Bethlehem, all the towns were glad to see them, and the people wanted to know who Naomi was.

Ruth 1:20 – Naomi then told them not to call her Naomi, but to call her dead, because God was very angry with her.

Ruth 1:21 – Niomi said I went out with my husband in the hope of prosperity, so God has calmed me down. Husband and son have brought everything back to the country. So do not call on Naomi, for the Almighty has turned against Naomi. The Lord, he has made me suffer.

Ruth 1:22 – That’s why Naomi is back in the empty lap, and she’s accompanied by her daughter-in-law Ruth. He left Moab and returned to this country. When the two of them landed in Bethlehem, he was at the beginning of the barley harvest.

Ruth 2:1 – In the days of the rule of the judges, when there was a terrible famine in the country at that time, a man from Bethlehemjudah had moved to Moab with his wife and children.

Genesis 2:18 – Enjoy and share life with your family, the ones you love, all the meaningless days of life on earth that God will give you on earth – all those meaningless days under the sky are yours. It is the result of your hard work in the heart of the earth and under the sky.

Ruth 2:2 – The man whose name was Elimelech, whose wife was Naomi, and who had two children named Mahlon and Kilion. All of them had gone from Bethlehem to Ephraim. When they arrived, they settled in the land of Moab.

Ephesians 5:28 – Do not become like the unbelievers, do not associate with them. There is such a difference between injustice and iniquity. Or there can be no similarity between light and darkness.

Ruth 2:3 – There Naomi’s husband went to heaven leaving her two sons behind; and the Elimelech, he died.

Matthew 1:2 – They chose the women of Moab as their wives and married them in the same way. The names of their wives are Orpa of one and Ruth of the other. The men lived there with them for about ten years. 

Matthew 1:5 – And when it comes to women, their husbands have two sons. Along with Mahlon, Chileans died at that time, and the men left their children behind with wives.

Luke 3:32 – Elimalech then returned with his son’s widows so that Naomi could return from the land of Moab. He also heard how the Lord provided food for his disciples in the land of Moab. 

One kings 7:1 – She had just returned from her husband’s death. Naomi left Moab and returned to the country with the bride of her two dead sons, and all the people came out of the land of Moab on their way to Judah.

 Ruth 2:4 – Naomi was referring to both daughters-in-law. They go back to the birth mother. The mothers-in-law have treated their dead husbands as if they were their own mothers. The Lord will use them kindly in all judgments.

Ruth 4:1 – The Lord has given each of the wives a place in their husband’s house and children to be happy. Then Niomi kissed the daughters-in-law, and the brides began to weep loudly with all their might.

2 Chronicles 3:17 – Orpah and Ruth make a vow to Neomi, they will surely return to their homeland with her.

1 Chronicle 2:11 – Naomi questioned this promise. Why aren’t these foreign girls going back to their mother’s lap? Why do they want to take this difficult path? There is no child left in her heart whom they can accept as their husband. 

Ruth 2:13 – You are like my daughter, now go back, go back on your way. I can’t be your shepherd, and I’m old. I don’t have a husband, and if I had, I could say I have hope; I have hope to have a son. 

Ruth 4:12 – No, my children; This path will hurt you. Do not choose this sorrow, for I am grieved for both of you because the judgment of the Lord has turned against us. Will you wait for my unborn child until they are young? Will you remain husbandless for that purpose?

Ruth 2:7 – They shouted in unison and sat down to cry again, and Arpa hugged her mother-in-law Naomi. Along with her, Ruth was holding them in her arms.

Leviticus 18:20 – The Lord says do not lie down with our neighbor’s half and do not defile yourself with him.

Exodus 20:17 – You will not pay attention to the wealth of the people around you. You shall not belittle your relatives, men, slaves, cattle, or property, or anything else. 

2 Corinthians 6:14 – Do not become like the unbelievers, do not associate with them. There is such a difference between injustice and iniquity. Or there can be no similarity between light and darkness.

Ecclesiastes 9:9 – Enjoy and share life with your family, the ones you love, all the meaningless days of life on earth that God will give you on earth – all those meaningless days under the sky are yours. It is the result of your hard work in the heart of the earth and under the sky.

Hebrews 13:4 – Ruth added that where Naomi and the rest of the family would die, Ruth would die with them, and her body would be buried with the rest of the family there. May the Lord test his promise and grant him a harder life and more sorrow, yet death or anything else will not separate him from Naomi and the whole family.

Mark 10: 6-9 – All the meaningless days of life on earth that God will give you on earth – all those meaningless days under the sky are yours. It is the result of your hard work in the heart of the earth and under the sky. She had just returned from her husband’s death. Naomi left Moab and returned to the country with the bride of her two dead sons, and all the people came out of the land of Moab on their way to Judah.

Genesis 1: 27-28 – God created mankind in His own image, in His own image, in the mindfulness of the Lord, the Creator of fashion. He has created men and women at the same time. The Almighty has blessed our welfare to be strong and to grow gradually; To gain and subdue the full authority of the earth. Sent to rule over every creature that wanders under the sky.

Ruth 4:1 – All those meaningless days under the sky are yours. It is the result of your hard work in the heart of the earth and under the sky. The Almighty has blessed our welfare to be strong and to grow gradually.

Proverbs 10:9 – They go back to the birth mother. The mothers-in-law have treated their dead husbands as if they were their own mothers. The Lord will use them kindly in all judgments. It is the result of your hard work in the heart of the earth and under the sky.