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  • offered a silver dish weighing one hundred thirty shekels, a silver bowl having seventy shekels, by the weight of the Sanctuary, and both were filled with fine wheat flour sprinkled with oil as a sacrifice, (Numbers 7, 55)

  • offered a silver dish weighing one hundred thirty shekels, a silver bowl having seventy shekels, by the weight of the Sanctuary, and both were filled with fine wheat flour sprinkled with oil as a sacrifice, (Numbers 7, 61)

  • offered a silver dish weighing one hundred thirty shekels, a silver bowl having seventy shekels, by the weight of the Sanctuary, and both were filled with fine wheat flour sprinkled with oil as a sacrifice, (Numbers 7, 67)

  • offered a silver dish weighing one hundred thirty shekels, a silver bowl having seventy shekels, by the weight of the Sanctuary, and both were filled with fine wheat flour sprinkled with oil as a sacrifice, (Numbers 7, 73)

  • offered a silver dish weighing one hundred thirty shekels, a silver bowl having seventy shekels, by the weight of the Sanctuary, and both were filled with fine wheat flour sprinkled with oil as a sacrifice, (Numbers 7, 79)

  • These were the oblations from the leaders of Israel for the dedication of the altar on the day when it was consecrated: twelve dishes of silver, twelve bowls of silver, twelve little mortars of gold, (Numbers 7, 84)

  • such that each dish had one hundred thirty shekels of silver, and each bowl had seventy shekels, that is, putting all of the vessels from silver together, two thousand four hundred shekels, by the weight of the Sanctuary, (Numbers 7, 85)

  • “Make for yourself two trumpets of ductile silver, with which you may be able to call together the multitude when the camp is to be moved. (Numbers 10, 2)

  • And its redemption shall be, after one month, five shekels of silver, by the weight of the Sanctuary. A shekel has twenty obols. (Numbers 18, 16)

  • Balaam responded: “Even if Balak were to give to me his own house, filled with silver and gold, I still would not be able to change the word of the Lord my God, neither to say more, nor to say less. (Numbers 22, 18)

  • Even if Balak would give me his house, filled with silver and gold, I still could not go away from the word of the Lord my God, so as to offer anything, either good or evil, from my own heart; but whatever the Lord will speak, this, too, I shall speak. (Numbers 24, 13)

  • Gold, and silver, and brass, and iron, and lead, and tin, (Numbers 31, 22)


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