Never miss a post
9 Bible Verses about Trade With Metals
Most Relevant Verses
So Judah's brothers listened to him. As the Midianite merchants were passing through, they extracted Joseph from the cistern and sold Joseph for 20 pieces of silver to the Ishmaelites, who then took Joseph down to Egypt.
Hiram's ships that brought gold from Ophir, also brought from Ophir lots of algum wood and precious stones. The king used the algum wood to have supports made for the LORD's Temple and for the royal palace, as well as lyres and harps for the choir, and nothing like that wood has ever come again or even been seen since right to this day. In return, King Solomon gave the queen of Sheba everything she wanted and had requested in addition to what he had given her consistent with his generosity. Afterward, she returned to her own land with her servants.read more.
Solomon's annual revenue was 666 talents of gold,
Solomon received in any given year about 666 talents of gold, not including revenue from traders and merchants. In addition, all the kings of Arabia and the governors of the nation brought gold and silver to Solomon.
Greece, Tubal, and Meshech bartered with you, exchanging slaves and bronze vessels for your wares. Beth-togarmah traded horses, war horses, and mules in exchange for what you had to sell. Men from the low country south of Edom and many of the coastlands were your markets for ivory tusks and ebony that they brought to trade with you.read more.
"Aram was one of your customers because you had so much merchandise. They paid by trading turquoise, purple yarn, embroidered goods, Egyptian linen, coral, and rubies. The territories of Judah and Israel were your clients, too. They traded wheat from their distribution centers, baked goods, honey, oil, and ointments for your merchandise. "Because you have so much to sell and are so rich, Damascus has been your trading partner, exchanging wine from Helbon, unbleached wool, and casks of wine from Izal for your wrought iron, cassia wood, and aromatic reeds. "Dedan traded with you, exchanging riding blankets. Arabia, including all the princes of Kedar, came to you, shopping for lambs, rams, and goats. Traders from Sheba and Raamah paid for the best of what you had to offer with all types of spices, precious stones, and gold.