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  • David removed the crown from the king's head,* and it was placed on David's own head. The crown was made of gold and set with gems, and it weighed about seventy-five pounds.* David took a vast amount of plunder from the city.1 - 2 Samuel 12:30


  • He cut his hair only once a year, and then only because it was too heavy to carry around. When he weighed it out, it came to five pounds!*1 - 2 Samuel 14:26


  • Ishbi-benob was a descendant of the giants*; his bronze spearhead weighed more than seven pounds,* and he was armed with a new sword. He had cornered David and was about to kill him.4 - 2 Samuel 21:16


  • Hiram had sent Solomon nine thousand pounds* of gold.1 - 1 Kings 9:14


  • Then she gave the king a gift of nine thousand pounds* of gold, and great quantities of spices and precious jewels. Never again were so many spices brought in as those the queen of Sheba gave to Solomon.1 - 1 Kings 10:10


  • King Solomon made two hundred large shields of hammered gold, each containing over fifteen pounds* of gold.3 - 1 Kings 10:16


  • He also made three hundred smaller shields of hammered gold, each containing nearly four pounds* of gold. The king placed these shields in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon.4 - 1 Kings 10:17


  • Then Omri bought the hill now known as Samaria from its owner, Shemer, for 150 pounds of silver.* He built a city on it and called the city Samaria in honor of Shemer.1 - 1 Kings 16:24


  • As the king passed by, the prophet called out to him, "Sir, I was in the battle, and a man brought me a prisoner. He said, `Guard this man; if for any reason he gets away, you will either die or pay a fine of seventy-five pounds* of silver!'1 - 1 Kings 20:39


  • "Go and visit the prophet," the king told him. "I will send a letter of introduction for you to carry to the king of Israel." So Naaman started out, taking as gifts 750 pounds of silver, 150 pounds of gold,* and ten sets of clothing.2 - 2 Kings 5:5


  • "Yes," Gehazi said, "but my master has sent me to tell you that two young prophets from the hill country of Ephraim have just arrived. He would like 75 pounds* of silver and two sets of clothing to give to them."1 - 2 Kings 5:22


  • "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


  • As a result there was a great famine in the city. After a while even a donkey's head sold for two pounds of silver, and a cup of dove's dung cost about two ounces* of silver.1 - 2 Kings 6:25


  • Pharaoh Neco put Jehoahaz in prison at Riblah in the land of Hamath to prevent him from ruling from Jerusalem. He also demanded that Judah pay 7,500 pounds of silver and 75 pounds of gold* as tribute.1 - 2 Kings 23:33


  • When David arrived at Rabbah, he removed the crown from the king's head,* and it was placed on David's own head. The crown was made of gold and set with gems, and it weighed about seventy-five pounds.* David took a vast amount of plunder from the city.1 - 1 Chronicles 20:2


  • Then she gave the king a gift of nine thousand pounds* of gold, and great quantities of spices and precious jewels. Never before had there been spices as fine as those the queen of Sheba gave to Solomon.1 - 2 Chronicles 9:9


  • King Solomon made two hundred large shields of hammered gold, each containing over 15 pounds* of gold.5 - 2 Chronicles 9:15
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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