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  • But the man answered Joab, "Even if I felt in my hand the weight of a thousand pieces of silver, I would not raise my hand against the king's son, for we heard the king command you, Abishai and Ittai: 'For my sake, spare the young man Absalom.' (2 Samuel 18, 12)

  • The Gibeonites answered him, "Our quarrel with Saul and his family is not over silver or gold, nor is it our task to put any Israelite to death." The king asked again, "Tell me then what I shall do for you"; (2 Samuel 21, 4)

  • But the king said to Araunah, "No, I will pay you for all this, for I will not offer to Yahweh my God something that costs me nothing." So David bought the threshing floor and the oxen for fifty shekels of silver. (2 Samuel 24, 24)

  • When all the work that King Solomon did on Yahweh's House was completed, he brought in the things which David his father had dedicated - the silver, the gold, and the vessels - and stored them in the treasures of Yahweh's House. (1 Kings 7, 51)

  • All of King Solomon's drinking vessels were of gold, and all the vessels of the House of the Forest of Lebanon were of pure gold and none of silver, for silver was not considered of much value in the days of Solomon. (1 Kings 10, 21)

  • The king had a fleet of Tarshish ships at sea with Hiram's fleet, and once every three years the fleet of Tarshish ships would bring gold, silver, ivory, apes and peacocks. (1 Kings 10, 22)

  • Everyone who came brought a present: articles of silver and gold, garments, myrrh, spices, horses and mules, so much every year. (1 Kings 10, 25)

  • The king made silver as common as stone in Jerusalem, and cedar as plentiful as sycamore in the lowland. (1 Kings 10, 27)

  • A chariot could be imported from Musri for six hundred shekels of silver, and a horse for a hundred and fifty. They were exported in the same way to all the kings of the Hittites and the kings of Syria. (1 Kings 10, 29)

  • He brought into Yahweh's house both the votive gifts of his father and his own: silver, gold and vessels. (1 Kings 15, 15)

  • Asa, in the meantime, collecting all the silver and gold remaining in the treasuries of the temple of Yahweh and the royal palace, entrusted them to his servants whom he sent to Ben-hadad, son of Tabrimmon, son of Hezion, king of Syria who reigned in Damascus. (1 Kings 15, 18)

  • He sent him this message, "Let us together make a treaty just as my father and yours did. I am sending you silver and gold, so please break your treaty with Baasha, king of Israel that he may withdraw from my territory." (1 Kings 15, 19)


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