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  • Do not keep back overnight the wages of any man who has worked for you but give them as soon as possible. If you serve God, you will be rewarded. Take care in all your actions and behave correctly in all you do. (Tobit 4, 14)

  • When the wedding feast was over, Tobit called Tobias, his son, and said to him, "Be sure you give the wages to the man who accompanied you, and we should add something extra." (Tobit 12, 1)

  • Like a slave he longs for the shade of evening, like a hireling waiting for his wages. (Job 7, 2)

  • To the holy people she gave the wages of their labor, leading them in a wonderful way, giving them shade during the day and the light of the stars at night. (Wisdom of Solomon 10, 17)

  • But her wages and activities as harlot will be dedicated to Yahweh, instead of being stored or hoarded. Her profits will go to those who live in the presence of Yahweh, that they may have abundant food and beautiful clothes. (Isaiah 23, 18)

  • Damned is the man who builds his house with stolen goods, and extends it upwards by means of injustice; he who makes his fellowman work for nothing and refuses to give him his wages! (Jeremiah 22, 13)

  • That is why thus says Yahweh: I intend to give Egypt to Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon. He will carry off its riches, plunder it and let his army have the loot in place of wages. (Ezekiel 29, 19)

  • All her carved images will be dashed to pieces and her filthy idols burnt by fire. I will make a waste heap of all her idols for they were made with harlot's wages, and to harlot's wages they will return. (Micah 1, 7)

  • I then said to them, "If you agree, give me my wages, otherwise let it go." So they weighed out my wages, thirty pieces of silver. (Zechariah 11, 12)

  • And when a king wages war against another king, does he go to fight without first sitting down to consider whether his ten thousand can stand against the twenty thousand of his opponent? (Luke 14, 31)

  • Scripture says: Do not muzzle the ox while it threshes grain, and: The worker deserves his wages. (1 Timothy 5, 18)

  • You deceived the workers who harvested your fields but now their wages cry out to the heavens. The reapers' complaints have reached the ears of the Lord of hosts. (James 5, 4)


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