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At mealtime Boaz said to her, "Come here, and eat some of this bread, and dip your morsel in the sour wine." So she sat beside the reapers, and he heaped up for her some parched grain. She ate until she was satisfied, and she had some left over. When she got up to glean, Boaz instructed his young men, "Let her glean even among the standing sheaves, and do not reproach her. You must also pull out some handfuls for her from the bundles, and leave them for her to glean, and do not rebuke her." So she gleaned in the field until evening. Then she beat out what she had gleaned, and it was about an ephah of barley. She picked it up and came into the town, and her mother-in-law saw how much she had gleaned. Then she took out and gave her what was left over after she herself had been satisfied. Her mother-in-law said to her, "Where did you glean today? And where have you worked? Blessed be the man who took notice of you." So she told her mother-in-law with whom she had worked, and said, "The name of the man with whom I worked today is Boaz." Then Naomi said to her daughter-in-law, "Blessed be he by the LORD, whose kindness has not forsaken the living or the dead!" Naomi also said to her, "The man is a relative of ours, one of our nearest kin." Then Ruth the Moabite said, "He even said to me, 'Stay close by my servants, until they have finished all my harvest.'" Naomi said to Ruth, her daughter-in-law, "It is better, my daughter, that you go out with his young women, otherwise you might be bothered in another field." So she stayed close to the young women of Boaz, gleaning until the end of the barley and wheat harvests; and she lived with her mother-in-law.
1 Timothy 3:1-16
The saying is sure: whoever aspires to the office of bishop desires a noble task. Now a bishop must be above reproach, married only once, temperate, sensible, respectable, hospitable, an apt teacher, not a drunkard, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, and not a lover of money. He must manage his own household well, keeping his children submissive and respectful in every way-- for if someone does not know how to manage his own household, how can he take care of God's church? He must not be a recent convert, or he may be puffed up with conceit and fall into the condemnation of the devil. Moreover, he must be well thought of by outsiders, so that he may not fall into disgrace and the snare of the devil. Deacons likewise must be serious, not double-tongued, not indulging in much wine, not greedy for money; they must hold fast to the mystery of the faith with a clear conscience. And let them first be tested; then, if they prove themselves blameless, let them serve as deacons. Women likewise must be serious, not slanderers, but temperate, faithful in all things. Let deacons be married only once, and let them manage their children and their households well; for those who serve well as deacons gain a good standing for themselves and great boldness in the faith that is in Christ Jesus. I hope to come to you soon, but I am writing these instructions to you so that, if I am delayed, you may know how one ought to behave in the household of God, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and bulwark of the truth. Without any doubt, the mystery of our religion is great: He was revealed in flesh, vindicated in spirit, seen by angels, proclaimed among Gentiles, believed in throughout the world, taken up in glory.
He said therefore, "What is the kingdom of God like? And to what should I compare it? It is like a mustard seed that someone took and sowed in the garden; it grew and became a tree, and the birds of the air made nests in its branches." And again he said, "To what should I compare the kingdom of God? It is like yeast that a woman took and mixed in with three measures of flour until all of it was leavened." Jesus went through one town and village after another, teaching as he made his way to Jerusalem. Someone asked him, "Lord, will only a few be saved?" He said to them, "Strive to enter through the narrow door; for many, I tell you, will try to enter and will not be able. When once the owner of the house has got up and shut the door, and you begin to stand outside and to knock at the door, saying, 'Lord, open to us,' then in reply he will say to you, 'I do not know where you come from.' Then you will begin to say, 'We ate and drank with you, and you taught in our streets.' But he will say, 'I do not know where you come from; go away from me, all you evildoers!' There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth when you see Abraham and Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, and you yourselves thrown out. Then people will come from east and west, from north and south, and will eat in the kingdom of God. Indeed, some are last who will be first, and some are first who will be last."
Psalm 119: AlephBeati immaculati
1 Happy are they whose way is blameless, * who walk in the law of the LORD! 2 Happy are they who observe his decrees * and seek him with all their hearts! 3 Who never do any wrong, * but always walk in his ways. 4 You laid down your commandments, * that we should fully keep them. 5 Oh, that my ways were made so direct * that I might keep your statutes! 6 Then I should not be put to shame, * when I regard all your commandments. 7 I will thank you with an unfeigned heart, * when I have learned your righteous judgments. 8 I will keep your statutes; * do not utterly forsake me.
Psalm 119: Beth In quo corrigit? 9 How shall a young man cleanse his way? * By keeping to your words. 10 With my whole heart I seek you; * let me not stray from your commandments. 11 I treasure your promise in my heart, * that I may not sin against you. 12 Blessed are you, O LORD; * instruct me in your statutes. 13 With my lips will I recite * all the judgments of your mouth. 14 I have taken greater delight in the way of your decrees * than in all manner of riches. 15 I will meditate on your commandments * and give attention to your ways. 16 My delight is in your statutes; * I will not forget your word.
Psalm 119: Gimel Retribue servo tuo 17 Deal bountifully with your servant, * that I may live and keep your word. 18 Open my eyes, that I may see * the wonders of your law. 19 I am a stranger here on earth; * do not hide your commandments from me. 20 My soul is consumed at all times * with longing for your judgments. 21 You have rebuked the insolent; * cursed are they who stray from your commandments! 22 Turn from me shame and rebuke, * for I have kept your decrees. 23 Even though rulers sit and plot against me, * I will meditate on your statutes. 24 For your decrees are my delight, * and they are my counselors.
Psalm 12 Salvum me fac
1 Help me, LORD, for there is no godly one left; * the faithful have vanished from among us. 2 Everyone speaks falsely with his neighbor; * with a smooth tongue they speak from a double heart. 3 Oh, that the LORD would cut off all smooth tongues, * and close the lips that utter proud boasts! 4 Those who say, "With our tongue will we prevail; * our lips are our own; who is lord over us?" 5 Because the needy are oppressed, and the poor cry out in misery, * I will rise up, says the LORD, and give them the help they long for. 6 The words of the LORD are pure words, * like silver refined from ore and purified seven times in the fire. 7 O LORD, watch over us * and save us from this generation for ever. 8 The wicked prowl on every side, * and that which is worthless is highly prized by everyone.
Psalm 13 Usquequo, Domine?
1 How long, O LORD? will you forget me for ever? * how long will you hide your face from me? 2 How long shall I have perplexity in my mind, and grief in my heart, day after day? * how long shall my enemy triumph over me? 3 Look upon me and answer me, O LORD my God; * give light to my eyes, lest I sleep in death; 4 Lest my enemy say, "I have prevailed over him, " * and my foes rejoice that I have fallen. 5 But I put my trust in your mercy; * my heart is joyful because of your saving help. 6 I will sing to the LORD, for he has dealt with me richly; * I will praise the Name of the Lord Most High.
Psalm 14 Dixit insipiens
1 The fool has said in his heart, There is no God." * All are corrupt and commit abominable acts; there is none who does any good. 2 The LORD looks down from heaven upon us all, * to see if there is any who is wise, if there is one who seeks after God. 3 Every one has proved faithless; all alike have turned bad; * there is none who does good; no, not one. 4 Have they no knowledge, all those evildoers * who eat up my people like bread and do not call upon the LORD? 5 See how they tremble with fear, * because God is in the company of the righteous. 6 Their aim is to confound the plans of the afflicted, * but the LORD is their refuge. 7 Oh, that Israel's deliverance would come out of Zion! * when the LORD restores the fortunes of his people, Jacob will rejoice and Israel be glad.
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