Forsaking All

Famine in Judah drove Elimelech and his family to Moab where he died.  The sons married Moabite women.  Ten years later, the sons died.  Devastated, Naomi changed her name to Mara which means “bitterness”.  Learning that the famine was over in Judah, she decided to return.  Her daughter-in-law Ruth went with her, forsaking her people and gods for Naomi who had made such an impact on her.

67 Words

This was written for the Weekend Writing Prompt by Sammi Cox. For instructions, click Here.

Source: Blue Letter Bible

6 Replies to “Forsaking All”

    1. Dear Rochelle,

      Yes, it’s one of my favorites too. What a beautiful relationship they had and it all worked out for both of them. Ruth met Boaz and Naomi was blessed with Obed. Thanks. Am happy that you liked how I tried to tell it in 67 words. I wanted to find the perfect image to go with it.

      Am going to read your story about Ruth now.



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