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  • "Well, money won't do it," the Gibeonites replied. "And we don't want to see the Israelites executed in revenge." "What can I do then?" David asked. "Just tell me and I will do it for you." - 2 Samuel 21:4


  • King Solomon ruled all the kingdoms from the Euphrates River* to the land of the Philistines, as far south as the border of Egypt. The conquered peoples of those lands sent tribute money to Solomon and continued to serve him throughout his lifetime.4 - 1 Kings 4:21


  • When she told the man of God what had happened, he said to her, "Now sell the olive oil and pay your debts, and there will be enough money left over to support you and your sons." - 2 Kings 4:7


  • "By all means, take 150 pounds* of silver," Naaman insisted. He gave him two sets of clothing, tied up the money in two bags, and sent two of his servants to carry the gifts for Gehazi.2 - 2 Kings 5:23


  • But Elisha asked him, "Don't you realize that I was there in spirit when Naaman stepped down from his chariot to meet you? Is this the time to receive money and clothing and olive groves and vineyards and sheep and oxen and servants? - 2 Kings 5:26


  • One day King Joash said to the priests, "Collect all the money brought as a sacred offering to the LORD's Temple, whether it is a regular assessment, a payment of vows, or a voluntary gift. - 2 Kings 12:4


  • Let the priests take some of that money to pay for whatever repairs are needed at the Temple." - 2 Kings 12:5


  • So the priests agreed not to collect any more money from the people, and they also agreed not to undertake the repairs of the Temple themselves. - 2 Kings 12:8


  • Whenever the chest became full, the court secretary and the high priest counted the money that had been brought to the LORD's Temple and put it into bags. - 2 Kings 12:10


  • Then they gave the money to the construction supervisors, who used it to pay the people working on the LORD's Temple--the carpenters, the builders, - 2 Kings 12:11


  • the masons, and the stonecutters. They also used the money to buy timber and cut stone for repairing the LORD's Temple, and they paid any other expenses related to the Temple's restoration. - 2 Kings 12:12


  • The money brought to the Temple was not used for making silver cups, lamp snuffers, basins, trumpets, or other articles of gold or silver for the Temple of the LORD. - 2 Kings 12:13


  • However, the money that was contributed for guilt offerings and sin offerings was not brought into the LORD's Temple. It was given to the priests for their own use. - 2 Kings 12:16


  • Menahem extorted the money from the rich of Israel, demanding that each of them pay twenty ounces* of silver in the form of a special tax. So the king of Assyria turned from attacking Israel and did not stay in the land.6 - 2 Kings 15:20


  • King Hezekiah sent this message to the king of Assyria at Lachish: "I have done wrong. I will pay whatever tribute money you demand if you will only go away." The king of Assyria then demanded a settlement of more than eleven tons of silver and about one ton of gold.*3 - 2 Kings 18:14


  • "Go up to Hilkiah the high priest and have him count the money the gatekeepers have collected from the people at the LORD's Temple. - 2 Kings 22:4


  • Entrust this money to the men assigned to supervise the Temple's restoration. Then they can use it to pay workers to repair the Temple of the LORD. - 2 Kings 22:5
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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