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  • His sons did not follow his example but, seduced by the love of money, took bribes and gave biased verdicts. (1 Samuel 8, 3)

  • and Ahab said to Naboth, 'Give me your vineyard to be my vegetable garden, since it adjoins my palace; I will give you a better vineyard for it or, if you prefer, I will give you its value in money.' (1 Kings 21, 2)

  • He said, 'I have been talking to Naboth of Jezreel. I said, "Give me your vineyard either for money or, if you prefer, for another vineyard in exchange." But he said, "I will not give you my vineyard." ' (1 Kings 21, 6)

  • But Elisha said to him, 'Was not my heart present there when someone left his chariot to meet you? Now you have taken the money, you can buy gardens with it, and olive groves, sheep and oxen, male and female slaves. (2 Kings 5, 26)

  • Jehoash said to the priests, 'All the money from the sacred revenues brought to the Temple of Yahweh, the money from personal taxes, and all the money voluntarily offered to the Temple- (2 Kings 12, 5)

  • so King Jehoash summoned Jehoiada the priest and the other priests. 'Why are you not repairing the Temple?' he asked. 'You are no longer to accept money from people of your acquaintance but are to hand it over for the Temple repairs.' (2 Kings 12, 8)

  • The priests agreed to accept no money from the people and no longer to be responsible for repairs to the Temple. (2 Kings 12, 9)

  • Jehoiada the priest took a chest, bored a hole in the lid and placed it beside the pillar, to the right of the entry to the Temple of Yahweh; in it the priests who guarded the threshold put all the money which was given for the Temple of Yahweh. (2 Kings 12, 10)

  • Whenever they saw that there was a great deal of money in the chest, the king's secretary would come, and they would empty it out and reckon the money then in the Temple of Yahweh. (2 Kings 12, 11)

  • Once checked, they paid this money over to the masters of works attached to the Temple of Yahweh, and these in turn spent it on carpenters and builders working on the Temple of Yahweh, (2 Kings 12, 12)

  • But no silver basins, knives, sprinkling bowls, trumpets or gold or silver objects were made for the Temple of Yahweh out of the money presented, (2 Kings 12, 14)

  • No accounts were kept with the men to whom the money was paid over to be spent on the workmen, since they were honest in their work. (2 Kings 12, 16)


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