Gold: Wedge of
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Joshua 7:21
When I saw among the spoils a goodly Babylonish garment, and two hundred shekels of silver, and a wedge of gold of fifty shekels weight, then I coveted them, and took them; and, behold, they are hid in the earth in the middle of my tent, and the silver under it.
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Isaiah 13:12
I will make a man more precious than fine gold; even a man than the golden wedge of Ophir.
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Strong's Hebrew
3800. kethem -- gold
... From katham; properly, something carved out, ie Ore; hence, gold (pure as originally
mined) -- ((most) fine, pure) gold(-en wedge). see HEBREW katham. ...
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The Eighth Commandment
... another. Achan's covetous humour made him steal the wedge of gold, a wedge
which cleaved asunder his soul from God. Joshua 7:21. ...
/.../watson/the ten commandments/2 8 the eighth commandment.htm

Tenth Commandment
... Israel, and thus and thus have I:done: When I saw among the spoils a goodly Babylonish
garment, and two hundred shekels of silver, and a wedge of gold of fifty ...
//christianbookshelf.org/moody/weighed and wanting/tenth commandment.htm

Five Kings in a Cave
... and the twenty-first verse, we read, "When I saw among the spoils a goodly Babylonish
garment, and two hundred shekels of silver, and a wedge of gold of fifty ...
//christianbookshelf.org/chapman/and judas iscariot/five kings in a cave.htm

Faith
... Could we be willing to part with the wedge of gold for the pearl of price? Gregory
Nazianzen blessed God he had anything to lose for Christ's sake. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/watson/a body of divinity/1 faith.htm

The Tenth Commandment
... is given to covetousness when he so sets his heart upon worldly things, that for
the love of them, he will part with heavenly; for the wedge of gold,' he will ...
/.../watson/the ten commandments/2 1 the tenth commandment.htm

The Unity of God
... Ephesians 5:5. That which a man trusts to he makes his god; but he makes the wedge
of gold his hope; he makes money his creator, redeemer, and comforter. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/watson/a body of divinity/11 the unity of god.htm

There is a Blessedness in Reversion
... If God be angry, whose fury is poured out like fire, and the rocks are thrown down
by him' (Nahum 1:6), can a wedge of gold be a screen to keep off this fire? ...
/.../the beatitudes an exposition of matthew 51-12/2 there is a blessedness.htm

Little Sins
... He showed Achan, first of all, a goodly Babylonish garment, and a wedge of gold.
Achan looked at it: was it not a little thing to do,"to look? ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 5 1859/little sins.htm

Book 11 Footnotes
... 44:28; as also it is said of him by the same prophet, that "I will make a man more
precious than fine gold, even a man than the golden wedge of Ophir," Isaiah ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/book 11 footnotes.htm

Hindrances to Holiness.
... There they stand, right on the borders of the glory-land, but there is some wedge
of gold, or Babylonish garment that they buried years ago. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/booth/godliness/chapter xi hindrances to holiness.htm

Subtopics

Alchemy

Gold

Gold for the Temple

Gold used As Money

Gold used in the Arts in Ornamenting the Priests' Garments

Gold used in the Arts: Apparel

Gold used in the Arts: Beaten Work

Gold used in the Arts: Bedsteads Made of

Gold used in the Arts: Crowns Made of

Gold used in the Arts: Into Ornaments

Gold used in the Arts: Made Into Wire Threads and Worked Into Embroidered Tapestry

Gold used in the Arts: Modeled Into Forms of Fruits

Gold used in the Arts: Overlaying With

Gold used in the Arts: Shields of

Gold used in the Arts: The Lampstands Made of, for the Tabernacle

Gold was Used for Chains

Gold was Used for Couches

Gold was Used for Crowns

Gold was Used for Earrings

Gold was Used for Footstools

Gold was Used for Idols

Gold was Used for Mercy Seat and Cherubims

Gold was Used for Ornaments

Gold was Used for Overlaying Cherubims in Temple

Gold was Used for Overlaying Floor of Temple

Gold was Used for Overlaying the Ark

Gold was Used for Overlaying the Tabernacle

Gold was Used for Overlaying the Temple

Gold was Used for Overlaying Throne of Solomon

Gold was Used for Rings

Gold was Used for Sacred Candlesticks

Gold was Used for Sacred Utensils

Gold was Used for Sceptres

Gold was Used for Shields

Gold was Used for Vessels

Gold: Abounded in Havilah

Gold: Abounded in Ophir

Gold: Abounded in Parvaim

Gold: Abounded in Sheba

Gold: Abundance of, in Solomon's Reign

Gold: Altar Lamps, and Other Articles Made of

Gold: An Article of Commerce

Gold: Babylonish Empire

Gold: Belongs to God

Gold: Estimated by Weight

Gold: Exacted As Tribute

Gold: Exported from Havilah

Gold: Figurative

Gold: Found in the Earth

Gold: from Ophir

Gold: Fusible

Gold: Given As Presents

Gold: Imported by Solomon

Gold: Jews Condemned for Multiplying

Gold: Kings of Israel not to Multiply

Gold: Liable to Canker and Rust

Gold: Liable to Grow Dim

Gold: Malleable

Gold: Most Valuable when Pure and Fine

Gold: Offerings of, for Tabernacle

Gold: Offerings of, for Temple

Gold: Parvaim

Gold: Precious

Gold: Priestly and Royal Garments Adorned With

Gold: Refined

Gold: Refined and Tried by Fire

Gold: Saints After Affliction

Gold: Sheba

Gold: Solomon Rich In

Gold: Symbolical

Gold: Taken in War, Dedicated to God

Gold: Tarshish

Gold: The Doctrines of Grace

Gold: The Patriarchs Were Rich In

Gold: Tried Faith

Gold: True Converts

Gold: Uphaz

Gold: Valuable

Gold: Vanity of Heaping Up

Gold: Vessels and Utensils Made of, for the Tabernacle

Gold: Wedge of

Gold: Working In, a Trade

Gold: Yellow

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