'Exchanged' in the Bible
In the morning they arose early and exchanged oaths; then Isaac sent them away and they departed from him in peace.
And if one man's ox does damage to another man's ox, causing its death, then the living ox is to be exchanged for money, and division made of the price of it, and of the price of the dead one.
If a man takes without right another man's ox or his sheep, and puts it to death or gets a price for it, he is to give five oxen for an ox, or four sheep for a sheep, in payment: the thief will have to make payment for what he has taken; if he has no money, he himself will have to be exchanged for money, so that payment may be made.
And if a Levite does not give money to get back his property, his house in the town which was exchanged for money will come back to him in the year of Jubilee. For the houses of the towns of the Levites are their property among the children of Israel.
But the land on the outskirts of their towns may not be exchanged for money, for it is their property for ever.
He is not to substitute it or exchange it the good with the bad or the bad with the good. If he ever makes an exchange of an animal for an animal, then it and what's being exchanged is holy.
He is not to examine it to see if it's good or bad or even exchange it. If he does exchange it, what has been exchanged as well as its substitute is sacred. It is not to be redeemed."
Then let these things be exchanged for money, and, taking the money in your hand, go to the place marked out by the Lord your God for himself;
Gold cannot be exchanged for it,and silver cannot be weighed out for its price.
Gold and glass do not compare with it,and articles of fine gold cannot be exchanged for it.
They exchanged their gloryfor the image of a grass-eating ox.
Has a nation ever exchanged its gods?(But they were not gods!)Yet My people have exchanged their Gloryfor useless idols.
“Tarshish was your trading partner because of your great wealth of every kind. They exchanged silver, iron, tin, and lead for your merchandise.
Javan, Tubal, and Meshech were your merchants. They exchanged slaves and bronze utensils for your goods.
Those from Beth-togarmah exchanged horses, war horses, and mules for your merchandise.
Aram was your trading partner because of your numerous products. They exchanged turquoise, purple and embroidered cloth, fine linen, coral, and rubies for your merchandise.
Judah and the land of Israel were your merchants. They exchanged wheat from Minnith, meal, honey, oil, and balm, for your goods.
Vedan and Javan from Uzal dealt in your merchandise; wrought iron, cassia, and aromatic cane were exchanged for your goods.
The merchants of Sheba and Raamah traded with you. They exchanged gold, the best of all spices, and all kinds of precious stones for your merchandise.
and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images resembling mortal man, birds, four-footed animals, and reptiles.
They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served something created instead of the Creator, who is praised forever. Amen.
This is why God delivered them over to degrading passions. For even their females exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones.