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“Oh, 1 if only my grief 2 could be weighed, 3 and my misfortune laid 4 on the scales too! 5
let him 1 weigh me with honest 2 scales; then God will discover 3 my integrity.
Fine gold cannot be given in exchange for it, nor can its price be weighed out in silver.
I signed the deed of purchase, 1 sealed it, and had some men serve as witnesses to the purchase. 2 I weighed out the silver for him on a scale.
If her father refuses to give her to him, he must pay money for the bride price of virgins.
Your mind will recall the terror you experienced, 1 and you will ask yourselves, 2 “Where is the scribe? Where is the one who weighs the money? Where is the one who counts the towers?” 3
and I weighed out to them the silver, the gold, and the vessels intended for the temple of our God – items that the king, his advisers, his officials, and all Israel who were present had contributed.
I weighed out to them 1 650 talents of silver, silver vessels worth 100 talents, 2 100 talents of gold,
Be careful with them and protect them, until you weigh them out before the leading priests and the Levites and the family leaders of Israel in Jerusalem, 1 in the storerooms of the temple of the Lord.”
Who has measured out the waters 1 in the hollow of his hand, or carefully 2 measured the sky, 3 or carefully weighed 4 the soil of the earth, or weighed the mountains in a balance, or the hills on scales? 5
Those who empty out gold from a purse and weigh out silver on the scale 1 hire a metalsmith, who makes it into a god. They then bow down and worship it.
Why pay money for something that will not nourish you? 1 Why spend 2 your hard-earned money 3 on something that will not satisfy? Listen carefully 4 to me and eat what is nourishing! 5 Enjoy fine food! 6
So I bought the field at Anathoth from my cousin Hanamel. I weighed out seven ounces of silver and gave it to him to pay for it. 1
Then I 1 said to them, “If it seems good to you, pay me my wages, but if not, forget it.” So they weighed out my payment – thirty pieces of silver. 2
So Abraham agreed to Ephron’s price 1 and weighed 2 out for him 3 the price 4 that Ephron had quoted 5 in the hearing of the sons of Heth – 400 pieces of silver, according to the standard measurement at the time. 6
When he would shave his head – at the end of every year he used to shave his head, for it grew too long 1 and he would shave it – he used to weigh the hair of his head at three pounds 2 according to the king’s weight.
On the fourth day we weighed out the silver, the gold, and the vessels in the house of our God into the care 1 of Meremoth son of Uriah, the priest, and Eleazar son of Phinehas, who were accompanied by Jozabad son of Jeshua and Noadiah son of Binnui, who were Levites.
If the king is so inclined, 1 let an edict be issued 2 to destroy them. I will pay ten thousand talents of silver 3 to be conveyed to the king’s treasuries for the officials who carry out this business.”
Then Mordecai related to him everything that had happened to him, even the specific amount of money that Haman had offered to pay to the king’s treasuries for the Jews to be destroyed.
The man replied to Joab, “Even if 1 I were receiving 2 a thousand pieces of silver, 3 I would not strike 4 the king’s son! In our very presence 5 the king gave this order to you and Abishai and Ittai, ‘Protect the young man Absalom for my sake.’ 6