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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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Aug 28, 2015 ... "My Aunt Ida had chosen the name, but nobody really knew how to spell it, so it went down as 'Orpah' on my birth certificate, but people didn't ...

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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.