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Long life 1 is in her right hand; in her left hand are riches and honor.
Riches and honor are with me, long-lasting wealth and righteousness.
Jehoshaphat was very wealthy and greatly respected. He made an alliance by marriage with Ahab,
A generous woman 1 gains honor, and ruthless men 2 seize wealth. 3
The reward 1 for humility 2 and fearing the Lord 3 is riches and honor and life.
He died at a good old age, having enjoyed long life, wealth, and honor. 1 His son Solomon succeeded him.
Here is 1 a misfortune 2 on earth 3 that I have seen: Wealth hoarded by its owner to his own misery.
Furthermore, I am giving 1 you what you did not request – riches and honor so that you will be the greatest king of your generation. 2
The Lord made his kingdom secure; 1 all Judah brought tribute to Jehoshaphat, and he became very wealthy and greatly respected. 2
Hezekiah was very wealthy and greatly respected. He made storehouses for his silver, gold, precious stones, spices, and all his other valuable possessions. 1
He displayed the riches of his royal glory and the splendor of his majestic greatness for a lengthy period of time 1 – a hundred and eighty days, to be exact! 2
The person who gathers wealth by unjust means is like the partridge that broods over eggs but does not hatch them. 1 Before his life is half over he will lose his ill-gotten gains. 2 At the end of his life it will be clear he was a fool.” 3
The men of Israel said, “Have you seen this man who is coming up? He does so 1 to defy Israel. But the king will make the man who can strike him down very wealthy! He will give him his daughter in marriage, and he will make his father’s house exempt from tax obligations in Israel.”
God said to him, “Because you asked for the ability to make wise judicial decisions, and not for long life, or riches, or vengeance on your enemies, 1
To every man whom God has given wealth, and possessions, he has also given him the ability 1 to eat from them, to receive his reward and to find enjoyment in his toil; these things 2 are the gift of God.
God gives a man riches, property, and wealth so that he lacks nothing that his heart 1 desires, 2 yet God does not enable 3 him to enjoy 4 the fruit of his labor 5 – instead, someone else 6 enjoys 7 it! 8 This is fruitless and a grave misfortune. 9
Again, 1 I observed this on the earth: 2 the race is not always 3 won by the swiftest, the battle is not always won by the strongest; prosperity 4 does not always belong to those who are the wisest, wealth does not always belong to those who are the most discerning, nor does success 5 always come to those with the most knowledge – for time and chance may overcome 6 them all.
Now I will tell you the truth.“Three 1 more kings will arise for Persia. Then a fourth 2 king will be unusually rich, 3 more so than all who preceded him. When he has amassed power through his riches, he will stir up everyone against 4 the kingdom of Greece.
God said to Solomon, “Because you desire this, 1 and did not ask for riches, wealth, and honor, or for vengeance on your enemies, 2 and because you did not ask for long life, 3 but requested wisdom and discernment so you can make judicial decisions for my people over whom I have made you king,
A man who is all alone with no companion, 1 he has no children nor siblings; 2 yet there is no end to all his toil, and he 3 is never satisfied with riches. He laments, 4 “For whom am I toiling and depriving myself 5 of pleasure?” 6 This also is futile and a burdensome task! 7