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  • And all those left in distress, or oppressed by debt to strangers, or bitter in soul, gathered themselves to him. And he became their leader, and about four hundred men were with him. (1 Samuel 22, 2)

  • also that, if the people of the land carry in goods for sale or any useful things, so that they might sell them on the day of the Sabbath, that we would not buy them on the Sabbath, nor on a sanctified day, and that we would release the seventh year and the collection of debt from every hand. (Nehemiah 10, 31)

  • But, then again, neither can their debt be ignored. (Wisdom of Solomon 13, 8)

  • And with effort he molds an empty god of the same clay, he who a little before had been made from the earth, and, after brief time, he himself returns from whence he came, to be claimed by he who holds the debt of his soul. (Wisdom of Solomon 15, 8)

  • Turn your ear without sadness toward the poor, and repay your debt, and respond to him peacefully in meekness. (Ecclesiasticus 4, 8)

  • Then the lord of that servant, being moved with pity, released him, and he forgave his debt. (Matthew 18, 27)

  • But he was not willing. Instead, he went out and had him sent to prison, until he would repay the debt. (Matthew 18, 30)

  • Then his lord called him, and he said to him: ‘You wicked servant, I forgave you all your debt, because you pleaded with me. (Matthew 18, 32)

  • And his lord, being angry, handed him over to the torturers, until he repaid the entire debt. (Matthew 18, 34)

  • To the Greeks and to the uncivilized, to the wise and to the foolish, I am in debt. (Romans 1, 14)

  • But for he who works, wages are not accounted according to grace, but according to debt. (Romans 4, 4)

  • And this has pleased them, because they are in their debt. For, since the Gentiles have become partakers of their spiritual things, they also ought to minister to them in worldly things. (Romans 15, 27)

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