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She is more precious than rubies, and none of the things 1 you desire 2 can compare 3 with her. 4
He decorated the temple with precious stones; the gold he used came from Parvaim. 1
for on account 1 of a prostitute one is brought down to a loaf of bread, but the wife of another man 2 preys on your precious life. 3
Now I have come to help you understand what will happen to your people in the latter days, for the vision pertains to future days.”
Balaam said to Balak, “Station yourself 1 by your burnt offering, and I will go off; perhaps the Lord will come to meet me, and whatever he reveals to me 2 I will tell you.” 3 Then he went to a deserted height. 4
(Hiram’s fleet, which carried gold from Ophir, also brought from Ophir a very large quantity of fine timber and precious gems.
(Huram’s 1 servants, aided by Solomon’s servants, brought gold from Ophir, as well as 2 fine 3 timber and precious gems.
Hezekiah was very wealthy and greatly respected. He made storehouses for his silver, gold, precious stones, spices, and all his other valuable possessions. 1
The wise man can see where he is going, 1 but the fool walks in darkness. Yet I also realized that the same fate 2 happens to them both. 3
The merchants of Sheba and Raamah engaged in trade with you; they traded the best kinds of spices along with precious stones and gold for your products.
What he will honor is a god of fortresses – a god his fathers did not acknowledge he will honor with gold, silver, valuable stones, and treasured commodities.
Saul replied, “I have sinned. Come back, my son David. I won’t harm you, for you treated my life with value 1 this day. I have behaved foolishly and have made a very terrible mistake!” 2
He took the crown of their king 1 from his head – it was gold, weighed about seventy-five pounds, 2 and held a precious stone – and it was placed on David’s head. He also took from the city a great deal of plunder.
She arrived in Jerusalem 1 with a great display of pomp, 2 bringing with her camels carrying spices, 3 a very large quantity of gold, and precious gems. She visited Solomon and discussed with him everything that was on her mind.
She gave the king 120 talents 1 of gold, a very large quantity of spices, and precious gems. The quantity of spices the queen of Sheba gave King Solomon has never been matched. 2
David took the crown from the head of their king 1 and wore it 2 (its weight was a talent 3 of gold and it was set with precious stones). He took a large amount of plunder from the city.
So I have made every effort 1 to provide what is needed for the temple of my God, including the gold, silver, bronze, iron, wood, 2 as well as a large amount of onyx, settings of antimony and other stones, all kinds of precious stones, and alabaster.
She gave the king 120 talents 1 of gold and a very large quantity of spices and precious gems. The quantity of spices the queen of Sheba gave King Solomon has never been matched. 2
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.
I will hand over all the wealth of this city to their enemies. I will hand over to them all the fruits of the labor of the people of this city and all their prized possessions, as well as all the treasures of the kings of Judah. Their enemies will seize it all as plunder 1 and carry it off to Babylon.