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Orpah Winfrey is one of the most successful talk show hosts and multimedia publishers in American TV history. Oprah Winfrey first got into broadcasting in the early 1970s; after anchoring and reporting TV news in Nashville, Tennessee and Baltimore, Maryl... More »
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Orpah is a woman mentioned in the Book of Ruth in the Hebrew Bible. She was from Moab and was the daughter-in-law of Naomi and wife of Chilion. After the ...

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Name Meaning—Various interpretations have been given of Orpah. Wilkinson says that by a not unusual change of letters it can be identified with Ophrah ...

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Orpah is one of the secondary characters of the Book of Ruth, which tells the reader only that she was Naomi's second daughter-in-law. Like her sister-in-law ...

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May 31, 2014 ... The Book of Ruth teaches us man's enormous potential for greatness – and the catastrophic results if such greatness is misdirected.

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While Ruth followed her mother-in-law to Bethlehem, Orpah fades into the mists of history. Jim Cole-Rous follows her foot prints with surprising results.

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Nov 9, 2005 ... According to the Sages, Ruth and Orpah were sisters, descendents of Eglon and Balak, kings of Moab. The burden of this inheritance both ...

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Nov 2, 2005 ... Orpah is a mystery. Who is this young woman who initially accompanies Naomi but then leaves her and returns to Moab. She appears in front ...

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A Moabitess; daughter-in-law of Naomi, and wife of Mahlon. After the death of her husband, Orpah and her sister-in-law Ruth wished to go to Judea with Naomi.