'Price' in the Bible
to give me the cave of Machpelah that belongs to him; it is at the end of his field. Let him give it to me in your presence, for the full price, as a burial place.”
and said to Ephron in the presence of the people of the land, “Please listen to me. Let me pay the price of the field. Accept it from me, and let me bury my dead there.”
If instead a ransom is demanded of him, he can pay a redemption price for his life in the full amount demanded from him.
If its owner is there with it, the man does not have to make restitution. If it was rented, the loss is covered by its rental price.
“If a man seduces a virgin who is not engaged, and he has sexual relations with her, he must certainly pay the bridal price for her to be his wife.
If her father absolutely refuses to give her to him, he must pay an amount in silver equal to the bridal price for virgins.
You are to increase its price in proportion to a greater amount of years, and decrease its price in proportion to a lesser amount of years, because what he is selling to you is a number of harvests.
The one who purchased him is to calculate the time from the year he sold himself to him until the Year of Jubilee. The price of his sale will be determined by the number of years. It will be set for him like the daily wages of a hired hand.
If many years are still left, he must pay his redemption price in proportion to them based on his purchase price.
If only a few years remain until the Year of Jubilee, he will calculate and pay the price of his redemption in proportion to his remaining years.
The priest will set its value, whether high or low; the price will be set as the priest makes the assessment for you.
“When a man consecrates his house as holy to the Lord, the priest will assess its value, whether high or low. The price will stand just as the priest assesses it.
But if the one who consecrated his house redeems it, he must add a fifth to the assessed value, and it will be his.
If he consecrates his field during the Year of Jubilee, the price will stand according to your assessment.
But if he consecrates his field after the Jubilee, the priest will calculate the price for him in proportion to the years left until the next Year of Jubilee, so that your assessment will be reduced.
If the one who consecrated the field decides to redeem it, he must add a fifth to the assessed value, and the field will transfer back to him.
As the redemption price for the 273 firstborn Israelites who outnumber the Levites,
Give the money to Aaron and his sons as the redemption price for those who are in excess among the Israelites.”
You will pay the redemption price for a month-old male according to your assessment: five shekels of silver by the standard sanctuary shekel, which is 20 gerahs.
“We will go on the main road,” the Israelites replied to them, “and if we or our herds drink your water, we will pay its price. There will be no problem; only let us travel through on foot.”
The price was two-thirds of a shekel for plows and mattocks, and one-third of a shekel for pitchforks and axes, and for putting a point on an oxgoad.
Then Saul replied, “Say this to David: ‘The king desires no other bride-price except 100 Philistine foreskins, to take revenge on his enemies.’” Actually, Saul intended to cause David’s death at the hands of the Philistines.
Then David sent messengers to say to Ish-bosheth son of Saul, “Give me back my wife, Michal. I was engaged to her for the price of 100 Philistine foreskins.”
The king answered Araunah, “No, I insist on buying it from you for a price, for I will not offer to the Lord my God burnt offerings that cost me nothing.” David bought the threshing floor and the oxen for 20 ounces of silver.
Solomon’s horses were imported from Egypt and Kue. The king’s traders bought them from Kue at the going price.
Then David said to Ornan, “Give me this threshing-floor plot so that I may build an altar to the Lord on it. Give it to me for the full price, so the plague on the people may be stopped.”
King David answered Ornan, “No, I insist on paying the full price, for I will not take for the Lord what belongs to you or offer burnt offerings that cost me nothing.”
Solomon’s horses came from Egypt and Kue. The king’s traders would get them from Kue at the going price.
No doubt you would cast lots for a fatherless childand negotiate a price to sell your friend.
If a man informs on his friends for a price,the eyes of his children will fail.
Gold cannot be exchanged for it,and silver cannot be weighed out for its price.
Coral and quartz are not worth mentioning.The price of wisdom is beyond pearls.
since the price of redeeming him is too costly,one should forever stop trying—
lambs will provide your clothing,and goats, the price of a field;
I have raised him up in righteousness,and will level all roads for him.He will rebuild My city,and set My exiles free,not for a price or a bribe,”says the Lord of Hosts.
We must pay for the water we drink;our wood comes at a price.
asking, “When will the New Moon be overso we may sell grain,and the Sabbath,so we may market wheat?We can reduce the measurewhile increasing the priceand cheat with dishonest scales.
“Throw it to the potter,” the Lord said to me—this magnificent price I was valued by them. So I took the 30 pieces of silver and threw it into the house of the Lord, to the potter.
Then what was spoken through the prophet Jeremiah was fulfilled:They took the 30 pieces of silver, the price of Him whose price was set by the Israelites,
“Tell me,” Peter asked her, “did you sell the field for this price?”“Yes,” she said, “for that price.”
for you were bought at a price. Therefore glorify God in your body.
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