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Money


1. Gold and silver used as. Ge 13:2; Nu 22:18.

2. Brass introduced as, by the Romans. Mt 10:9.

3. Originally stamped with the image of a lamb. Ge 23:15; 33:19.

4. Of the Romans, stamped with the image of Caesar. Mt 22:20,21.

5. Usually taken by weight. Ge 23:16; Jer 32:10.

6. Pieces of mentioned

a. Talent of gold. 1Ki 9:14; 2Ki 23:23.

b. Talent of silver. 1Ki 16:24; 2Ki 5:22,23.

c. Shekel of silver. Jdj 17:10; 2Ki 15:20.

d. Half shekel or bekah. Ex 30:15.

e. Third of a shekel. Ne 10:32.

f. Fourth of a shekel. 1Sa 9:8.

g. Gerah the twentieth of a shekel. Nu 3:47.

h. Pound. Lu 19:13.

i. Penny. Mt 20:2; Mr 6:37.

j. Farthing. Mt 5:26; Lu 12:6.

k. Mite. Mr 12:42; Lu 21:2.

7. Of the Jews regulated by the standard of sanctuary. Le 5:15; Nu 3:47.

8. Was current with the merchants. Ge 23:16.

9. Jews forbidden to take usury for. Le 25:37.

10. Changing of, a trade. Mt 21:12; Joh 2:15.

11. Was given

a. For lands. Ge 23:9; Ac 4:37.

b. For slaves. Ge 37:28; Ex 21:21.

c. For merchandise. Ge 43:12; De 2:6.

d. For tribute. 2Ki 23:33; Mt 22:19.

e. As wages. Ezr 3:7; Mt 20:2; Jas 5:4.

f. As offerings. 2Ki 12:7-9; Ne 10:32.

g. As alms. 1Sa 2:36; Ac 3:3,6.

h. Custom of presenting a piece of. Job 42:11.

i. Power and usefulness of. Ec 7:12; 10:19.

j. Love of, the root of all evil. 1Ti 6:10.