'Debt' in the Bible
Everyone who was in distress, everyone who was in debt, and everyone who was malcontent gathered around him, and he became their leader. There were about 400 men with him.
But he replied, "There isn't even one pot left." Then the oil stopped flowing. After this, she went and told the man of God what had happened. So he said, "Go sell the oil, pay your debt, and you and your children will be able to live on the proceeds."
if he doesn't oppress anyone, but instead returns the debtor's security for his debt, if he doesn't rob anyone, but instead shares his food with the hungry and gives clothes to those who are naked,
oppresses the afflicted and the poor, robs others, doesn't return security for a debt, looks to idols, does detestable things,
The master of that servant had compassion and released him, canceling his debt.
But he refused and had him thrown into prison until he could repay the debt.
Then his master sent for him and told him, "You evil servant! I canceled that entire debt for you because you begged me.
In anger his master handed him over to the jailers until he could repay the entire debt.
"Two men were in debt to a moneylender. One owed him 500 denarii, and the other 50.