'Wealth' in the Bible
We'll find all kinds of valuable wealth, and we'll fill our houses with spoil.
If you are looking for her as for silver, and searching for her as for stored-up wealth;
Honor the LORD with your wealth and with the first of all your produce,
Length of days is in her right hand, In her left are wealth and honour.
For fear that you may give your honour to others, and your wealth to strange men:
Lest strangers be filled with thy wealth; and thy labours be in the house of a stranger;
Still, if caught, he must pay seven times as much; he must give up all the wealth in his house.
With me are riches and honor, lasting wealth and righteousness.
giving wealth as an inheritance to those who love me, and filling their treasuries.
Nothing good comes from ill-gotten wealth, but righteousness delivers from death.
Lazy hands bring poverty, but hard-working hands lead to wealth.
The rich man's wealth is his strong city: the destruction of the poor is their poverty.
The blessing of the LORD establishes wealth, and difficulty does not accompany it.
Wealth is not profitable on a day of wrath, but righteousness rescues from death.
When the wicked dies, his expectation comes to nothing, and hope placed in wealth vanishes.
A gracious woman attains honor, but ruthless men attain wealth.
A man may give freely, and still his wealth will be increased; and another may keep back more than is right, but only comes to be in need.
The person who trusts in his wealth will fall, but the righteous will flourish like green leaves.
A lazy man doesn't roast his game, but to a diligent man, his wealth is precious.
One man pretends to be rich but has nothing; another pretends to be poor but has great wealth.
The ransom of a person's life is his wealth, but the poor person hears no threat.
Wealth gotten by vanity shall be diminished: but he that gathereth by labour shall increase.
A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children's children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just.
The poor man is hated even by his neighbour, but the man of wealth has numbers of friends.
The crown of the wise is their wealth, but the foolishness of fools produces foolishness.
The house of the righteous has great wealth, but trouble accompanies the income of the wicked.
Better is a little accompanied by fear of the LORD than abundant wealth with turmoil.
Better is a little with righteousness, than great wealth with wrongdoing.
The rich man's wealth is his strong city, and as an high wall in his own conceit.
The poor man makes requests for grace, but the man of wealth gives a rough answer.
Better is the poor man whose ways are upright, than the man of wealth whose ways are twisted.
Wealth maketh many friends; but the poor is separated from his neighbour.
A house and wealth are inherited from fathers, but a sensible wife is from the Lord.
The purposes of the man of industry have their outcome only in wealth; but one who is over-quick in acting will only come to be in need.
He who gets stores of wealth by a false tongue, is going after what is only breath, and searching for death.
Whoso is loving mirth is a poor man, Whoso is loving wine and oil maketh no wealth.
A good name is to be chosen over great wealth; favor is better than silver and gold.
The man of wealth and the poor man come face to face: the Lord is the maker of them all.
The result of humility is fear of the Lord, along with wealth, honor, and life.
The man of wealth has rule over the poor, and he who gets into debt is a servant to his creditor.
He who is cruel to the poor for the purpose of increasing his profit, and he who gives to the man of wealth, will only come to be in need.
Don't exhaust yourself acquiring wealth; be smart enough to stop.
For wealth maketh to itself wings, As an eagle it flieth to the heavens.
And by knowledge the inner parts are filled, With all precious and pleasant wealth.
for wealth is not forever; not even a crown lasts for all time.
A man of wealth who is cruel to the poor is like a violent rain causing destruction of food.
Better is the poor man whose ways are upright, than the man of wealth whose ways are not straight.
Whoever increases his wealth through excessive interest collects it for one who is kind to the poor.
A man of wealth [is] wise in his own eyes, but the intelligent poor sees through him.
A man of good faith will have great blessing, but one attempting to get wealth quickly will not go free from punishment.
A greedy man is in a hurry for wealth; he doesn't know that poverty will come to him.
A man who loves wisdom brings joy to his father, but one who consorts with prostitutes destroys his wealth.
Keep falsehood and deceitful words far from me. Give me neither poverty nor wealth; feed me with the food I need.
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