282 occurrences in 10 translations

'Property' in the Bible

And the land could not support them, that they might dwell together, for their property was great; and they could not dwell together.

And they took all the property of Sodom and Gomorrah, and all their victuals, and departed.

And they took Lot and his property, Abram's brother's son, and departed. For he dwelt in Sodom.

And he brought back all the property, and brought again his brother Lot and his property, and the women also, and the people.

And the king of Sodom said to Abram, Give me the souls, and take the property for thyself.

Then said the Lord, This man will not get the heritage, but a son of your body will have your property after you.

But also that nation which they shall serve I will judge; and afterwards they shall come out with great property.

And I will give to you and to your offspring after you {the land in which you are living as an alien}, all the land of Canaan, as an everlasting property. And I will be to them as God."

“I am a stranger and a sojourner (resident alien) among you; give (sell) me property for a burial place among you so that I may bury my dead [in the proper manner].”

That he will give me the hollow in the rock named Machpelah, which is his property at the end of his field; let him give it to me for its full price as a resting-place for my dead among you.

as his property in the presence of the sons of Heth before all who entered the gate of Ephron's city.

And the field and the hollow rock were handed over to Abraham as his property by the children of Heth.

And Abraham said to his chief servant, the manager of all his property, Come now, put your hand under my leg:

Now it came to the ears of Jacob that Laban's sons were saying, Jacob has taken away all our father's property, and in this way he has got all this wealth.

and carried away all his cattle, and all his property that he had acquired the cattle of his possessions that he had acquired in Padan-Aram, to go to Isaac his father, into the land of Canaan.

Live with us. The land is before you. Settle here, move about, and acquire property in it.”

Will not their livestock and their property and all their animals be ours? Only let us consent to them, and they will live with us.”

Esau took his wives, sons, daughters, and all the people of his household, as well as his herds, all his livestock, and all the property he had acquired in Canaan; he went to a land away from his brother Jacob.

For their property was too great for them to dwell together, and the land where they were sojourners could not bear them, because of their cattle.

And while she was being taken out, she sent word to her father-in-law, saying, The man whose property these things are, is the father of my child: say then, whose are this ring and this cord and this stick?

And from the time when he made him overseer and gave him control of all his property, the blessing of the Lord was with the Egyptian, because of Joseph; the blessing of the Lord was on all he had, in the house and in the field.

And he gave Joseph control of all his property, keeping no account of anything, but only the food which was put before him. Now Joseph was very beautiful in form and face.

But he would not, and said to her, You see that my master keeps no account of what I do in his house, and has put all his property in my control;

They took their livestock and their household property that they had acquired in the land of Canaan and traveled to Egypt. Jacob and all of his descendants went with him

Then Joseph settled his father and brothers in the land of Egypt and gave them property in the best part of the land, the land of Rameses, as Pharaoh had commanded.

Then Joseph said to the people, I have made you and your land this day the property of Pharaoh; here is seed for you to put in your fields.

Israel settled in the land of Egypt, in the region of Goshen. They acquired property in it and became fruitful and very numerous.

If his master gives him a wife, and he gets sons or daughters by her, the wife and her children will be the property of the master, and the servant is to go away by himself.

However, if the slave can stand up after a day or two, the owner should not be punished because he is his owner’s property.

If the stolen property is found in his hand alive, whether it is ox, donkey, or sheep, he shall pay double.

If the thief is not caught, the owner of the house must present himself to the judges to determine whether or not he has taken his neighbor’s property.

Concerning every account of transgression--concerning an ox, concerning a donkey, concerning small livestock, concerning clothing, concerning all lost property--where [someone] says, "This belongs to me," the matter of the two of them will come to God; whomever God declares guilty will make double restitution to his neighbor.

there must be an oath before the Lord between the two of them to determine whether or not he has taken his neighbor’s property. Its owner must accept the oath, and the other man does not have to make restitution.

or he finds lost property and lies about it and swears {falsely} {in regard to} any one of these things by which {a person} might commit sin,

{and when} he sins and is guilty, then he shall bring back {the things he had stolen} or {what he had extorted} or {something with which he had been entrusted} or the lost property that he had found,

Or anything about which he took a false oath; he will have to give it all back, with the addition of a fifth of its value, to him whose property it is, when he has been judged to be in the wrong.

And he is to put the male lamb to death in the place where they put to death the sin-offering and the burned offering, in the holy place; for as the sin-offering is the property of the priest, so is the offering for wrongdoing: it is most holy.

If a priest acquires a slave as property with his own money, he may eat with him. Those who were born in his house may eat his food.

You are to consecrate the fiftieth year and proclaim freedom in the land for all its inhabitants. It will be your Jubilee, when each of you is to return to his property and each of you to his clan.

“In this Year of Jubilee, each of you will return to his property.

So if you had sold property to a neighbor or had acquired land from your neighbor, you are not to cheat one another.

According to the number of years after the Jubilee, you shall buy from your friend. And he is to sell to you according to the number of years of crops [which may be harvested before you must restore the property to him].

Thus for every piece of your property, you are to provide for the redemption of the land.

If your brother becomes destitute and sells part of his property, his nearest relative may come and redeem what his brother has sold.

Or in case a man has no relative [to redeem his property], but he has become more prosperous and has enough to buy it back,

he may calculate the years since its sale, repay the balance to the man he sold it to, and return to his property.

But if he cannot obtain enough to repay him, what he sold will remain in the possession of its purchaser until the Year of Jubilee. It is to be released at the Jubilee, so that he may return to his property.

And if he does not get it back by the end of the year, then the house in the town will become the property of him who gave the money for it, and of his children for ever; it will not go from him in the year of Jubilee.

But houses in small unwalled towns will be the same as property in the country; they may be got back, and they will go back to their owners in the year of Jubilee.

Whatever property one of the Levites can redeem—a house sold in a city they possess—must be released at the Jubilee, because the houses in the Levitical cities are their possession among the Israelites.

But a field of their cities' pastureland must not be sold, because {it is their property for all time}.

‘Now if your fellow countryman becomes poor and his hand falters with you [that is, he has trouble repaying you for something], then you are to help and sustain him, [with courtesy and consideration] like [you would] a stranger or a temporary resident [without property], so that he may live among you.

And if your brother becomes poor and gives himself to you for money, do not make use of him like a servant who is your property;

Then he and his children are to be released from you, and he may return to his clan and his ancestral property.

For they are my servants whom I took out from the land of Egypt; they may not become the property of another.

But you may get servants as property from among the nations round about; from them you may take men-servants and women-servants.

You may also purchase them from the foreigners staying with you, or from their families living among you—those born in your land. These may become your property.

You may leave them to your sons after you to inherit as property; you can make them slaves for life. But concerning your brothers, the Israelites, you must not rule over one another harshly.

‘Again, if a man consecrates to the Lord part of the fields of his own property, then your valuation shall be proportionate to the seed needed for it: a homer of barley seed at fifty shekels of silver.

When the field is released in the Jubilee, it will be holy to the Lord like a field permanently set apart; it becomes the priest’s property.

Or if he consecrates to the Lord a field which he has bought, which is not a part of the field of his own property,

In the jubilee year the field will return to the one from whom he bought it, the one to whom it belongs as landed property.

‘Nevertheless, anything which a man sets apart to the Lord out of all that he has, of man or animal or of the fields of his own property, shall not be sold or redeemed. Anything devoted to destruction is most holy to the Lord.

The earth opened its mouth and swallowed them, all their households, everyone who was affiliated with Korah, and all of their property.

The Lord spoke to Aaron, "You will have no inheritance in their land, nor will you have any portion of property among them -- I am your portion and your inheritance among the Israelites.

Why should the name of our father be taken away from his clan? Since he had no son, give us property among our father’s brothers.”

“What Zelophehad’s daughters say is correct. You are to give them hereditary property among their father’s brothers and transfer their father’s inheritance to them.

The Israelites took the Midianite women and their children captive, and they plundered all their cattle, flocks, and property.

They said, "If we have found favor in {your sight}, let this land be given to your servants as property; do not lead us [across] the Jordan."

and the land is subdued {before} Yahweh, then afterward you will return and be free of obligation from Yahweh and from Israel, and this land will be your property {before} Yahweh.

Moses said to them, "If the descendants of Gad and the descendants of Reuben, everyone who is armed for the war, cross over the Jordan {before} Yahweh, and the land is subdued before you, you will give them the land of Gilead as property.

We ourselves will cross over armed {before} Yahweh to the land of Canaan, and the property of our inheritance [will remain] with us beyond the Jordan."

“Command the Israelites to give cities out of their hereditary property for the Levites to live in and pastureland around the cities.

And the cities that you will give from the property of the {Israelites}, you will take more from the larger group and less from the smaller group; each of them will give according to the portion of their inheritance according to the portion that he inherits."

because he must live in the city of his refuge until the death of the high priest. But after the death of the high priest the killer will return to the land of his property.

Now if they get married to any of the sons of other tribes of the children of Israel, then their property will be taken away from the heritage of our fathers, and become part of the heritage of the tribe into which they get married: and their heritage will be taken away from the heritage of our tribe.

And at the time of the Jubilee of the children of Israel, their property will be joined to the heritage of the tribe of which they are part and will be taken away from the heritage of the tribe of our fathers.

And so no property will be handed from tribe to tribe among the children of Israel; but every one of the children of Israel will keep the heritage of his father's tribe.

And every daughter owning property in any tribe of the children of Israel is to be married to one of the family of her father's tribe, so that every man of the children of Israel may keep the heritage of his fathers.

And no property will be handed from one tribe to another, but every tribe of the children of Israel will keep its heritage.

And were married into the families of the sons of Manasseh, the son of Joseph, and their property was kept in the tribe of their father's family

Don't fight them, because I won't give you any part of their land, not even the size of a footprint. I have given Mount Seir to Esau as their property.

"Then the LORD told me, "Don't harass Moab or provoke them to war, because I won't give you any part of their land. I have given Ar to the descendants of Lot as their property.

When you come to the Ammonites, don't harass or provoke them to war, for I won't give any part of Ammonite land to you, since I have given it to the descendants of Lot as their property.

to dispossess nations greater and stronger than you and brought you here this day to give you their land as your property.

I prayed to him: O, Lord God, do not destroy your people, your valued property that you have powerfully redeemed, whom you brought out of Egypt by your strength.

They are your people, your valued property, whom you brought out with great strength and power.

or what he did to Dathan and Abiram, sons of Eliab the Reubenite, when the earth opened its mouth in the middle of the Israelite camp and swallowed them, their families, their tents, and all the property they brought with them.

And take all the goods into the middle of its open space, burning the town and all its property with fire as an offering to the Lord your God; it is to be a waste for ever; there is to be no more building there.

His food will be the same as theirs, in addition to what has come to him as the price of his property.

But if you have no delight in her, you are to let her go wherever she will; you may not take a price for her as if she was your property, for you have made use of her for your pleasure.

Then when he gives his property to his sons for their heritage, he is not to put the son of his loved one in the place of the first son, the son of the hated wife:

But he is to give his first son his birthright, and twice as great a part of his property: for he is the first-fruits of his strength and the right of the first son is his.

And thus [also] you shall do regarding his donkey, and thus you shall do concerning his garment, and so you shall do with respect to all [of] the lost property of your countryman that is lost from him and you find it; you are not allowed to withhold help.

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