Rut 1: 1, 3-6, 14-16, 22
1:1 In the days of one of the judges, when the judges ruled, there was a famine in the land. And a man from Bethlehem in Judah departed to sojourn in the region of the Moabites with his wife and two children.
1:4 They took wives from among the Moabites, of whom one was called Orpah, and the other Ruth. And they lived there ten years.
1:5 And they both died, namely Mahlon and Chilion, and the woman was left alone, bereaved of her two children and her husband.
1:6 And she arose so that she might journey to her native land, with both her daughters-in-law, from the region of the Moabites. For she had heard that the Lord had provided for his people and had given them food.
1:14 Responde, they lifted up their voice and began to weep again. Orpah kissed her mother-in-law, and then turned back. Ruth clung to her mother-in-law.
1:15 Naomi said to her, “See, your kinswoman returns to her people, and to her gods. Hurry after her.”
1:16 She answered, “Do not be against me, as if I would abandon you and go away; for wherever you will go, I will go, and where you will stay, I also will stay with you. Your people are my people, and your God is my God.
1:22 Tial, Naomi went with Ruth, the Moabite, her daughter-in-law, from the land of her sojourn, and returned to Bethlehem, at the time of the first reaping of the barley.
Matthew 22: 34-40
22:34 Sed la Fariseoj, aŭdante ke li alvenigis la Sadukeojn silentu, venis kune kiel unu.
22:35 Kaj unu el ili, doktoro de la leĝo, demandis lin, elprovi lin:
22:36 "Majstro, kiu estas la granda ordono en la leĝo?«
22:37 Jesuo diris al li: "Amu la Eternulon, vian Dion, de via tuta koro, kaj per via tuta animo kaj per via tuta menso. "
22:38 Tiu estas la granda kaj la unua ordono.
22:39 Sed la dua estas simila al ĝi: Amu vian proksimulon kiel vin mem. '
22:40 De cxi tiuj du ordonoj dependas la tuta leĝo dependas, kaj ankaŭ la profetoj. "