Piece of Gold
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5553. chrusion -- a piece of gold, gold
... a piece of gold, gold. Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter Transliteration: chrusion Phonetic
Spelling: (khroo-see'-on) Short Definition: a golden ornament Definition ...
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On Regeneration
... As it may be said of a piece of gold, that was once in the ore, after it has been
cleansed, purified and polished, that it is a new piece of gold; as it may be ...
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And when the Second Year was Past, Magi came from the East to ...
... And to the child Himself they offered each of them a piece of gold. [1654] And likewise
one gave gold, another frankincense, and the third myrrh. ...
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But Where Does this Supposed virtue of the Image Reside? in the ...
... And in vain have they built their temples to shut in a single stone, or stock, or
piece of gold, when all the world is full of these substances.2. But if the ...
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The Blessedness of Giving
... THE FIVE-DOLLAR GOLD PIECE. ... "We parted; and after I had proceeded some distance,
I bethought me of the piece of gold in my vest pocket. ...
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The Paralytic Let Down through the Roof.
... For as a gold refiner having cast a piece of gold into the furnace suffers it to
be proved by the fire until such time as he sees it has become purer: even so ...
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That Anything May be Found to be in Infinite Treasure
... A piece of gold cannot be valued, unless we know how it relates to clothes,
to wine, to victuals, to the esteem of men and to the owner. ...
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That Many of the Sicarii Fled to Alexandria Also and what Dangers ...
... gifts, excepting the make of the candlestick, for he did not make a candlestick,
but had a [single] lamp hammered out of a piece of gold, which illuminated the ...
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But Having Now done with this Account of the Consummation...
... Piece XII. ... to Nabuchodonosor in the following terms: "Thou, O king, sawest, and behold
a great image standing before thee, whose head was of gold, its arms and ...
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To Olympias. Nothing Strange or Unnatural Has Befallen Your Piety ...
... And as the fire makes the piece of gold, when it is applied to it, of better proof:
so also affliction when it visits golden characters renders them purer and ...
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January 18. "That Take and Give for Me and Thee" (Matt. xvii. 27).
... Saxon word means, by arranging for the need before Peter needed to speak about it
at all, and He sent Peter down to the sea to find the piece of gold in the ...
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Piece of Gold


The word "pieces" is supplied in 2 Kings 5:5 (story of Naaman), "6,000 pieces of gold," where the Revised Version margin more correctly suggests "shekels" (compare 1 Kings 10:16).


Smith's Bible Dictionary
Piece of Gold

The rendering "pieces of gold," as in (2 Kings 5:5) is very doubtful; and "shekels of gold") as designating the value of the whole quantity, not individual pieces is preferable. Coined money was unknown in Palestine till the Persian period.



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