'Wealth' in the Bible
for all the wealth which God hath taken away from our father, it is ours, and our children's; and now, all that God hath said unto thee -- do.'
and all their wealth, and all their infants, and their wives they have taken captive, and they spoil also all that is in the house.
And the sons of Israel take captive the women of Midian, and their infants; and all their cattle, and all their substance, and all their wealth they have plundered;
and hath loved thee, and blessed thee, and multiplied thee, and hath blessed the fruit of thy womb, and the fruit of thy ground, thy corn, and thy new wine, and thine oil, the increase of thine oxen, and the wealth of thy flock, on the ground which He hath sworn to thy fathers to give to thee.
and thou hast said in thy heart, My power, and the might of my hand, hath made for me this wealth:
And thou hast remembered Jehovah thy God, for He it is who is giving to thee power to make wealth, in order to establish His covenant which He hath sworn to thy fathers as at this day.
Blessed is the fruit of thy womb, and the fruit of thy ground, and the fruit of thy cattle, increase of thine oxen, and wealth of thy flock.
Cursed is the fruit of thy body, and the fruit of thy land, increase of thine oxen, and wealth of thy flock.
and it hath eaten the fruit of thy cattle, and the fruit of thy ground, till thou art destroyed; which leaveth not to thee corn, new wine, and oil, increase of thine oxen, and wealth of thy flock, till it hath destroyed thee.
And Naomi hath an acquaintance of her husband's, a man mighty in wealth, of the family of Elimelech, and his name is Boaz.
And Menahem bringeth out the silver from Israel, from all the mighty men of wealth, to give to the king of Asshur, fifty shekels of silver for each one, and the king of Asshur turneth back and hath not stayed there in the land.
And God saith to Solomon, 'Because that this hath been with thy heart, and thou hast not asked riches, wealth, and honour, and the life of those hating thee, and also many days hast not asked, and dost ask for thyself wisdom and knowledge, so that thou dost judge My people over which I have caused thee to reign --
the wisdom and the knowledge is given to thee, and riches and wealth and honour I give to thee, that there hath not been so to the kings who are before thee, and after thee it is not so.'
in his shewing the wealth of the honour of his kingdom, and the glory of the beauty of his greatness, many days -- eighty and a hundred days.
and Haman recounteth to them the glory of his wealth, and the abundance of his sons, and all that with which the king made him great, and with which he lifted him up above the heads and servants of the king.
Whose harvest the hungry doth eat, And even from the thorns taketh it, And the designing swallowed their wealth.
He is not rich, nor doth his wealth rise, Nor doth he stretch out on earth their continuance.
His sons do the poor oppress, And his hands give back his wealth.
Wealth he hath swallowed, and doth vomit it. From his belly God driveth it out.
Wherefore do the wicked live? They have become old, Yea, they have been mighty in wealth.
If I rejoice because great is my wealth, And because abundance hath my hand found,
Thou sellest Thy people -- without wealth, And hast not become great by their price.
Those trusting on their wealth, And in the multitude of their riches, Do shew themselves foolish.
For he seeth wise men die, Together the foolish and brutish perish, And have left to others their wealth.
Fear not, when one maketh wealth, When the honour of his house is abundant,
Trust not in oppression, And in robbery become not vain, Wealth -- when it increaseth -- set not the heart.
Wealth and riches are in his house, And his righteousness is standing for ever.
In the way of Thy testimonies I have joyed, As over all wealth.
Length of days is in her right hand, In her left are wealth and honour.
Wealth and honour are with me, Lasting substance and righteousness.
The wealth of the rich is his strong city, The ruin of the poor is their poverty.
Wealth profiteth not in a day of wrath, And righteousness delivereth from death.
Whoso is confident in his wealth he falleth, And as a leaf, the righteous flourish.
The slothful roasteth not his hunting, And the wealth of a diligent man is precious.
There is who is making himself rich, and hath nothing, Who is making himself poor, and wealth is abundant.
Wealth from vanity becometh little, And whoso is gathering by the hand becometh great.
A good man causeth sons' sons to inherit, And laid up for the righteous is the sinner's wealth.
The crown of the wise is their wealth, The folly of fools is folly.
The wealth of the rich is the city of his strength, And as a wall set on high in his own imagination.
Wealth addeth many friends, And the poor from his neighbour is separated.
House and wealth are the inheritance of fathers, And from Jehovah is an understanding wife.
Whoso is loving mirth is a poor man, Whoso is loving wine and oil maketh no wealth.
A name is chosen rather than much wealth, Than silver and than gold -- good grace.
Labour not to make wealth, From thine own understanding cease, Dost thou cause thine eyes to fly upon it? Then it is not.
For wealth maketh to itself wings, As an eagle it flieth to the heavens.
And by knowledge the inner parts are filled, With all precious and pleasant wealth.
Whoso is multiplying his wealth by biting and usury, For one favouring the poor doth gather it.
Troubled for wealth is the man with an evil eye, And he knoweth not that want doth meet him.
A man loving wisdom rejoiceth his father, And a friend of harlots destroyeth wealth.
Vanity and a lying word put far from me, Poverty or wealth give not to me, Cause me to eat the bread of my portion,
There is a painful evil I have seen under the sun: wealth kept for its possessor, for his evil.
And that wealth hath been lost in an evil business, and he hath begotten a son and there is nothing in his hand!
Every man also to whom God hath given wealth and riches, and hath given him power to eat of it, and to accept his portion, and to rejoice in his labour, this is a gift of God.
A man to whom God giveth wealth, and riches, and honour, and there is no lack to his soul of all that he desireth, and God giveth him not power to eat of it, but a stranger eateth it; this is vanity, and it is an evil disease.
The wisdom giveth strength to a wise man, more than wealth the rulers who have been in a city.
I have turned so as to see under the sun, that not to the swift is the race, nor to the mighty the battle, nor even to the wise bread, nor even to the intelligent wealth, nor even to the skilful grace, for time and chance happen with them all.
Many waters are not able to quench the love, And floods do not wash it away. If one give all the wealth of his house for love, Treading down -- they tread upon it.
for before the youth doth know to cry, My father, and My mother, one taketh away the wealth of Damascus and the spoil of Samaria, before the king of Asshur.'
And my hand as to a nest Getteth to the wealth of the peoples, And as a gathering of forsaken eggs All the earth I -- I have gathered, And there hath not been one moving wing, Or opening mouth, or whispering.'
The burden of the beasts of the south. Into a land of adversity and distress, Of young lion and of old lion, Whence are viper and flying saraph, They carry on the shoulder of asses their wealth, And on the hump of camels their treasures, Unto a people not profitable.
A partridge hatching, and not bringing forth, Is one making wealth, and not by right, In the midst of his days he doth forsake it, And in his latter end -- he is a fool.
A conspiracy of its prophets is in its midst, as a roaring lion tearing prey; The soul they have devoured, Wealth and glory they have taken, Its widows have multiplied in its midst.
And they have spoiled thy wealth, And they have plundered thy merchandise, And they have thrown down thy walls, And thy desirable houses they break down, And thy stones, and thy wood, and thy dust, In the midst of the waters they place.
Tarshish is thy merchant, Because of the abundance of all wealth, For silver, iron, tin, and lead, They have given out thy remnants.
Damascus is thy merchant, For the abundance of thy works, Because of the abundance of all wealth, For wine of Helbon, and white wool.
Thy wealth and thy remnants, Thy merchandise, thy mariners, And thy pilots, strengtheners of thy breach, And the traders of thy merchandise, And all thy men of war, who are in thee, And in all thine assembly that is in thy midst, Fall into the heart of the seas in the day of thy fall,
By thy wisdom and by thine understanding Thou hast made for thee wealth, And makest gold and silver in thy treasuries.
By the abundance of thy wisdom, Through thy merchandise, Thou hast multiplied thy wealth, And high is thy heart through thy wealth.
And Ephraim saith: 'Surely I have become rich, I have found wealth for myself, All my labours -- they find not against me iniquity that is sin.'
Arise, and thresh, O daughter of Zion, For thy horn I make iron, And thy hoofs I make brass, And thou hast beaten small many peoples, And I have devoted to Jehovah their gain, And their wealth to the Lord of the whole earth!
And their wealth hath been for a spoil, And their houses for desolation, And they have built houses, and do not inhabit, And they have planted vineyards, And they do not drink their wine.
whom, having brought in a crowd together, and those who did work about such things, he said, 'Men, ye know that by this work we have our wealth;
greater wealth having reckoned the reproach of the Christ than the treasures in Egypt, for he did look to the recompense of reward;
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