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  • you will then give this money to Aaron and his sons as the ransom for the extra number.' (Numbers 3, 48)

  • Moses took the ransom money for the extra ones unransomed by the Levites; (Numbers 3, 49)

  • he took the money for the first-born of the Israelites: one thousand three hundred and sixty-five shekels, by the sanctuary shekel; (Numbers 3, 50)

  • and Moses then handed over their ransom money to Aaron and his sons, at Yahweh's bidding, as Yahweh had ordered Moses. (Numbers 3, 51)

  • Pay them in money for what food you eat; and pay them in money for the water you drink. (Deuteronomy 2, 6)

  • you must convert it into money and, with the money clasped in your hand, you must go to the place chosen by Yahweh your God; (Deuteronomy 14, 25)

  • there you may spend the money on whatever you like, oxen, sheep, wine, fermented liquor, anything you please. There you must eat in the presence of Yahweh your God and rejoice, you and your household. (Deuteronomy 14, 26)

  • Should she cease to please you, you will let her go where she wishes, not selling her for money: you must not make any profit out of her, since you have exploited her. (Deuteronomy 21, 14)

  • The elders of the town in question will have the man arrested and flogged, and fine him a hundred silver shekels for publicly defaming a virgin of Israel, and give this money to the girl's father. She will remain his wife; as long as he lives, he may not divorce her. (Deuteronomy 22, 19)

  • 'You must not lend on interest to your brother, whether the loan be of money, of food, or of anything else that may earn interest. (Deuteronomy 23, 20)

  • Delilah then realized that he had really confided in her; she sent for the Philistine princes with the message, 'Come just once more: he has confided everything to me.' And the Philistine chiefs came to her with the money in their hands. (Judges 16, 18)

  • He gave the eleven hundred shekels back to his mother, who said, 'I have indeed vowed to give this silver to Yahweh for my son, to have a statue carved and an idol cast in metal, but now I should like to give it back to you.' He, however, returned the money to his mother. (Judges 17, 3)


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