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  • He did it so you would never think that it was your own strength and energy that made you wealthy. - Deuteronomy 8:17


  • The king must not take many wives for himself, because they will lead him away from the LORD. And he must not accumulate vast amounts of wealth in silver and gold for himself. - Deuteronomy 17:17


  • and said, "Share with your relatives back home the great wealth you have taken from your enemies. Share with them your large herds of cattle, your silver and gold, your bronze and iron, and your clothing." - Joshua 22:8


  • So the five men went on to the town of Laish, where they noticed the people living carefree lives, like the Sidonians; they were peaceful and secure. The people were also wealthy because their land was very fertile. And they lived a great distance from Sidon and had no allies nearby. - Judges 18:7


  • Now there was a wealthy and influential man in Bethlehem named Boaz, who was a relative of Naomi's husband, Elimelech. - Ruth 2:1


  • There was a wealthy man from Maon who owned property near the village of Carmel. He had three thousand sheep and a thousand goats, and it was sheep-shearing time. - 1 Samuel 25:2


  • He was very old, about eighty, and very wealthy. He was the one who had provided food for the king during his stay in Mahanaim. - 2 Samuel 19:32


  • One day Elisha went to the town of Shunem. A wealthy woman lived there, and she invited him to eat some food. From then on, whenever he passed that way, he would stop there to eat. - 2 Kings 4:8


  • In order to get the silver and gold demanded as tribute by Pharaoh Neco, Jehoiakim collected a tax from the people of Judah, requiring them to pay in proportion to their wealth. - 2 Kings 23:35


  • These were the names of some of the leaders of Simeon's wealthy clans, - 1 Chronicles 4:38


  • And the LORD exalted Solomon so the entire nation of Israel stood in awe of him, and he gave Solomon even greater wealth and honor than his father. - 1 Chronicles 29:25


  • He died at a ripe old age, having enjoyed long life, wealth, and honor. Then his son Solomon ruled in his place. - 1 Chronicles 29:28


  • God said to Solomon, "Because your greatest desire is to help your people, and you did not ask for personal wealth and honor or the death of your enemies or even a long life, but rather you asked for wisdom and knowledge to properly govern my people, - 2 Chronicles 1:11


  • I will certainly give you the wisdom and knowledge you requested. And I will also give you riches, wealth, and honor such as no other king has ever had before you or will ever have again!" - 2 Chronicles 1:12


  • So the LORD established Jehoshaphat's control over the kingdom of Judah. All the people of Judah brought gifts to Jehoshaphat, so he became very wealthy and highly esteemed. - 2 Chronicles 17:5


  • Hezekiah was very wealthy and held in high esteem. He had to build special treasury buildings for his silver, gold, precious stones, and spices, and for his shields and other valuable items. - 2 Chronicles 32:27


  • He built many towns and acquired vast flocks and herds, for God had given him great wealth. - 2 Chronicles 32:29
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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