'Ransom' in the Bible
If a fine is imposed on him, he may pay all that was imposed on him as a ransom for his life.
"When you take a census of the Israelis to register them, each is to give a ransom for himself to the LORD when they're registered so there won't be a plague among them when they're registered.
If it's an unclean animal, then he is to ransom it according to your valuation, adding a fifth to it. If it's not redeemed, then it is to be sold according to your valuation.
You are to pay a ransom for the 273 first-born Israelis who exceed the census number of the descendants of Levi,
Then give the money meant for ransom of their excess to Aaron and his sons."
So Moses took the ransom money to account for the difference in the total number of those redeemed by the descendants of Levi.
Moses gave the ransom money to Aaron and his sons according to the LORD's instructions, just as the LORD had commanded Moses.
You are to receive no ransom for the life of a killer who is guilty of murder; instead, he is to die.
You are not to receive payment of a ransom for someone who had fled to a town of refuge but then left to live in his homeland before the death of the high priest.
to show favor to him and to plead, "Deliver him from having to go down to the Pit I know where his ransom is!'
So that no one entices you with riches, don't let a large ransom turn you astray.
Draw near and redeem me; ransom me because of my enemies.
The life of a wealthy man may be held for ransom, but whoever is poor receives no threats.
The wicked are ransom for the righteous, and the unfaithful for the upright.
"I am the LORD your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Redeemer And I've given Egypt as your ransom, Cush and the people of Seba in exchange for you.
and because I know that your transgressions are many, and your sins are numerous as you oppose the righteous, taking bribes as a ransom, and turning away the poor in court
That's the way it is with the Son of Man. He did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many people."
because even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many people."
He gave himself as a ransom for everyone, the testimony at the proper time.