165 occurrences in 14 translations

'Value' in the Bible

that he may sell to me the cave of Machpelah which {belongs to him}, which [is] at the end of his field. At full value let him sell [it] to me in your midst as {a burial site}."

My lord, give ear to me: the value of the land is four hundred shekels; what is that between me and you? so put your dead to rest there.

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Then he took jewels of silver and jewels of gold and fair robes and gave them to Rebekah: and he gave things of value to her mother and her brother.

If he still has what he had taken, whatever it is, ox or ass or sheep, he is to give twice its value.

If a man puts money or goods in the care of his neighbour to keep for him, and it is taken from the man's house, if they get the thief, he will have to make payment of twice the value.

In any question about an ox or an ass or a sheep or clothing, or about the loss of any property which anyone says is his, let the two sides put their cause before God; and he who is judged to be in the wrong is to make payment to his neighbour of twice the value.

Beryls and stones of value to be put on the ephod and on the priest's bag.

"When a person commits a truly treacherous act and sins inadvertently concerning the sacred things of the LORD, then he is to bring a trespass offering to the LORD from the flock as compensation for his guilt. It is to be a ram without defect, estimated as to its value in silver shekels, according to the sanctuary shekel.

He must make restitution for his sin regarding any holy thing, adding a fifth of its value to it, and give it to the priest. Then the priest will make atonement on his behalf with the ram of the restitution offering, and he will be forgiven.

He is to bring from the flock to the priest a ram without defect, estimated as to its value in silver shekels, as a guilt offering. Then the priest is to make atonement for him concerning his inadvertent act that he committed through ignorance, and it will be forgiven him.

or anything else about which he swore falsely. He must make full restitution for it and add a fifth of its value to it. He is to pay it to its owner on the day he acknowledges [his] guilt.

Now as to his guilt offering, he is to bring to the LORD a ram without defect from the flock, estimated as to its value, to the priest.

If anyone eats a holy offering in error, he must add a fifth to its value and give the holy offering to the priest.

he is to calculate the value of the years it was sold, refund the balance to the man to whom he had sold it, and return to his property.

And he shall calculate with his buyer from the year of {his selling himself} until the Jubilee; and the value of his selling shall be according to the number of years--it shall be with him like a hired worker's days.

"Tell the Israelis that when a person makes a special vow based on the appropriate value of people who belong to the LORD,

the conversion value of the male from twenty years old up to sixty years old is fifty shekels by the standard of the sanctuary shekel.

If the person is a female, the conversion value is thirty shekels.

If the person is from five years old up to twenty years old, the conversion value of the male is twenty shekels, and for the female ten shekels.

If the person is one month old up to five years old, the conversion value of the male is five shekels of silver, and for the female the conversion value is three shekels of silver.

If the person is from sixty years old and older, if he is a male the conversion value is fifteen shekels, and for the female ten shekels.

But if he be poorer than thy estimation, then he shall present himself before the priest, and the priest shall value him; according to his ability that vowed shall the priest value him.

And the priest shall value it, whether it be good or bad: as thou valuest it, who art the priest, so shall it be.

If, however, the person who made the vow redeems the animal, he must add one fifth to its conversion value.

"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.

If the one who consecrates it redeems his house, he must add to it one fifth of its conversion value in silver, and it will belong to him.

"'If a man consecrates to the Lord some of his own landed property, the conversion value must be calculated in accordance with the amount of seed needed to sow it, a homer of barley seed being priced at fifty shekels of silver.

If he consecrates his field in the jubilee year, the conversion value will stand,

but if he consecrates his field after the jubilee, the priest will calculate the price for him according to the years that are left until the next jubilee year, and it will be deducted from the conversion value.

the priest will calculate for him the amount of its conversion value until the jubilee year, and he must pay the conversion value on that jubilee day as something that is holy to the Lord.

Every conversion value must be calculated by the standard of the sanctuary shekel; twenty gerahs to the shekel.

If it is one of the unclean livestock, it must be ransomed according to your valuation by adding a fifth of its value to it. If it is not redeemed, it can be sold according to your valuation.

If a man decides to redeem any part of this tenth, he must add one-fifth to its value.

The person is to confess the sin he has committed. He is to pay full compensation, add a fifth of its value to it, and give [it] to the individual he has wronged.

As to their price of redemption, from {a one-month-old} you will redeem them according to your proper value, five shekels of silver according to the shekel of the sanctuary, which [is] twenty gerah.

For this reason the Lord God of Israel has said, Truly I did say that your family and your father's people would have their place before me for ever: but now the Lord says, Let it not be so; I will give honour to those by whom I am honoured, and those who have no respect for me will be of small value in my eyes.

And do not turn aside after the triviality, which have no value and cannot deliver, for they are triviality.

However, Saul and the army spared Agag, along with the best of the flock, the cattle, the fatlings, and the lambs, as well as everything else that was of value. They were not willing to slaughter them. But they did slaughter everything that was despised and worthless.

Saul replied, "I have sinned. Come back, my son David. I won't harm you, for you treated my life with value this day. I have behaved foolishly and have made a very terrible mistake!"

In the same way that I valued your life this day, may the Lord value my life and deliver me from all danger."

He will restore the lamb four times its value, because he did this thing, and because he did it without compassion."

But the people said, It is better for you not to go out: for if we are put to flight, they will not give a thought to us, and if death overtakes half of us, it will be nothing to them: but you are of more value than ten thousand of us: so it is better for you to be ready to come to our help from this town.

So Ahab spoke to Naboth, saying, "Give me your vineyard so I can have it for a vegetable garden, since it is right next to my palace. I will give you a better vineyard in its place, or if you prefer, I will give you its value in silver."

Then he sent a third captain of fifty with his fifty men; and the third captain of fifty went up, and falling on his knees before Elijah, requesting mercy of him, said, O man of God, let my life and the life of these your fifty servants be of value to you.

For fire came down from heaven and put an end to the first two captains of fifty and their fifties; but now let my life be of value in your eyes.

Elisha said to her, What shall I do for you? Tell me, what have you [of sale value] in the house? She said, Your handmaid has nothing in the house except a jar of oil.

Jehoash said to the priests, "All of the money for the sacred things that is brought to the temple of Yahweh, {the money taxed at its proper value for each person} [and] all of the money which comes upon the heart of a man to bring to the temple of Yahweh,

And they went against his rules, and the agreement which he made with their fathers, and his laws which he gave them; they gave themselves up to things without sense or value, and became foolish like the nations round them, of whom the Lord had said, Do not as they do.

But King David said to Ornan, "No, for I will certainly buy [it] at full value; indeed, I will not take what is yours for Yahweh and offer burnt offerings for nothing."

And the house was made beautiful with stones of great value, and the gold was gold of Parvaim.

And when Jehoshaphat and his people came to take their goods from them, they saw beasts in great numbers, and wealth and clothing and things of value, more than they were able to take away; all this they took for themselves, and they were three days getting it away, there was so much.

And their father gave them much silver and gold and things of great value, as well as walled towns in Judah; but the kingdom he gave to Jehoram, because he was the oldest.

After this, they set fire to God's Temple, demolished the wall around Jerusalem, burned all of its fortified buildings, and destroyed everything of value.

And all their neighbours gave them help with offerings of vessels of silver and gold and goods and beasts and things of great value, in addition to what was freely offered.

Then Darius the king gave an order and a search was made in the house of the records, where the things of value were stored up in Babylon.

And twenty gold basins, of a thousand darics, and two vessels of the best bright brass, equal in value to gold.

"Look! Today we are your servants, along with the land that you gave to our ancestors, so they could enjoy its fruit and its value behold, in it we are your servants!

But ye are forgers of lies, ye are all physicians of no value.

Will a wise man make answer with knowledge of no value, or will he give birth to the east wind?

Does he argue with useless talk, with words that have no value in them?

That which he laboured for shall he restore, and not swallow down; its restitution shall be according to the value, and he shall not rejoice therein.

And if it is not so, now, who will make it clear that my words are false, and that what I say is of no value?

He cuts a channel through the rocks, while his eyes search for anything of value.

No man can know its value, since it cannot be found in the land of the living.

You can't buy it with gold, and its value cannot be calculated in silver.

There is no need to say anything about coral or crystal; and the value of wisdom is greater than that of pearls.

then he looked at wisdom and assessed its value; he established it and examined it closely.

Doth He value thy riches? He hath gold, and all the forces of power.

Truly, I am of no value; what answer may I give to you? I will put my hand on my mouth.

Will you even make my right of no value? will you say that I am wrong in order to make clear that you are right?

They are of greater value than gold, than even a great amount of pure gold; they bring greater delight than honey, than even the sweetest honey from a honeycomb.

From harm and violence he will defend them; he will value their lives.

She is of more value than jewels, and nothing for which you may have a desire is fair in comparison with her.

but when he is discovered, he must restore seven-fold, forfeiting the entire value of his house.

The foolish woman is noisy; she is simple and open to all forms of evil, she [willfully and recklessly] knows nothing whatever [of eternal value].

The tongue of the righteous is pure silver; the heart of the wicked is of little value.

Righteous lips are the delight of kings. They value one who speaks the truth.

Say nothing in the hearing of a foolish man, for he will put no value on the wisdom of your words.

The lambs are for your clothing, and the he-goats make the value of a field:

The eye which makes sport of a father, and sees no value in a mother when she is old will be rooted out by the ravens of the valley, and be food for the young eagles.

Her husband has full confidence in her; as a result, he lacks nothing of value.

Fair looks are a deceit, and a beautiful form is of no value; but a woman who has the fear of the Lord is to be praised.

A good name exceeds the value of fine perfume, and the day of someone's death exceeds the value of the day of his birth.

Wisdom keeps a man from danger even as money does; but the value of knowledge is that wisdom gives life to its owner.

Take me with you! Let's run away! Let the king bring me into his private chambers. The daughters of Jerusalem will rejoice and be happy for you. We will value your love more than wine. They love you appropriately.

In earlier times he made the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali of small value, but after that he gave it glory, by the way of the sea, on the other side of Jordan, Galilee of the nations.

Behold, I am going to stir up the Medes against them, Who will not value silver or take pleasure in gold.

Neither shall it be of any value unto Egypt, any work which the head or tail, branch or rush, may do.

All the nations are as nothing before him; even less than nothing, a thing of no value.

He makes rulers come to nothing; the judges of the earth are of no value.

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Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
אליל 
'eliyl 
idol , image , no value , things of nought
Usage: 19

סלה 
Calah 
Usage: 4

ערך 
`arak 
Usage: 76

ערך 
`erek 
Usage: 33

διαφέρω 
Diaphero 
be better , be of more value , differ from , should carry , publish , drive up and down ,
Usage: 8

τιμάω 
Timao 
Usage: 7



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