Silver: Comparative Value of
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Isaiah 60:17
For brass I will bring gold, and for iron I will bring silver, and for wood brass, and for stones iron: I will also make your officers peace, and your exactors righteousness.
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... The comparative indifference with which Chronicles is regarded ... when estimating its
religious spirit and historical value. ... nor of the tribute of silver and gold ...
/.../mcfadyen/introduction to the old testament/chronicles.htm

Acts XIX
... Greek city, and this was the most common silver coin among ... arts prevailed, and of
the number and value of the ... brought Paul to a period of comparative quiet, in ...
/.../mcgarvey/a commentary on acts of the apostles/acts xix.htm

The Desire of all Nations
... This comparative feebleness had been proved by the idolatry and ... come, not masses
of gold and silver merely, that can ... than gems, far richer in value than rarest ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 61 1915/the desire of all nations.htm

... the redactor treated his sources with at least comparative fidelity. ... It is important
to consider the value of the ... by the lapse of time; for "silver was nothing ...
// to the old testament/kings.htm

The Unjust Steward - Dives and Lazarus - Jewish Agricultural Notes ...
... they are in reality large, remembering the value of money ... commit to thee the treasure
of gold and silver? ... we leave for the prseent the comparative analysis of ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xviii the unjust steward.htm

The Old Testament and Archeology
... talents of gold [and] 800 talents of silver, precious stones ... purpose may be served,
and the didactic value of the ... then, are the results of this comparative study ...
/.../the christian view of the old testament/chapter iv the old testament.htm

Affairs in the West
... has taught me to estimate things at their true value. ... not suffer torture for the
sake of silver and gold ... had left, and was reduced from comparative opulence to ...
/.../chapter lxx affairs in the.htm

Chapter xx
... God recognizes the comparative innocence of the king. ... Consequently, the thousand
shekels of silver may be the value of the gift just confessed and not an ...
// of genesis volume 1/chapter xx.htm

... Joshua)[1] out of the gold and silver brought by ... The book is of great historical
value, affording as it ... utmost that can be said with comparative certainty is ...
/.../ to the old testament/zechariah.htm

The Evolution of Language
... development of his mental faculties, is of scientific value. ... coppers which at once
distinguishes them from silver. ... Comparative Philology has now made an actual ...
/.../the lowell lectures on the ascent of man/chapter v the evolution of.htm



Silver for Ornamentation of, and in the Manufacture of, the Utensils for the Tabernacle

Silver of Good Rulers

Silver of Saints Purified by Affliction

Silver of the Medo-Persian Kingdom

Silver of the Temple

Silver of the Tongue of the Just

Silver of the Words of the Lord

Silver used As Money from the Earliest Times

Silver used for Money

Silver: (Dross of) of the Wicked

Silver: (Labour of Seeking For) of Diligence Required For

Silver: (Reprobate) the Wicked

Silver: Abundance of

Silver: Baskets (Rv), or Filigree (Margin, RV)

Silver: Chains

Silver: Comparative Value of

Silver: Cords

Silver: Cups Made of

Silver: Dross From

Silver: from Tarshish

Silver: Fusible

Silver: Generally Found in an Impure State

Silver: Given by David and his Subjects for Making the Temple

Silver: Given by the Israelite for Making the Tabernacle

Silver: Idols

Silver: Jewels

Silver: Made Into: Beds or Couches

Silver: Made Into: Bowls

Silver: Made Into: Candlesticks

Silver: Made Into: Chains

Silver: Made Into: Cups

Silver: Made Into: Dishes

Silver: Made Into: Idols

Silver: Made Into: Ornaments and Hooks for the Pillars of the Tabernacle

Silver: Made Into: Ornaments for the Person

Silver: Made Into: Sockets for the Boards of the Tabernacle

Silver: Made Into: Tables

Silver: Made Into: Thin Plates

Silver: Made Into: Vessels

Silver: Made Into: Wires (Alluded To)

Silver: Malleable

Silver: Often Given As Presents

Silver: Palace

Silver: Purified by Fire

Silver: Purified, Called: Choice Silver

Silver: Purified, Called: Refined Silver

Silver: Refining of

Silver: Reprobate

Silver: Shrines

Silver: Symbolical

Silver: Taken in War often Consecrated to God

Silver: Taken in War Purified by Fire

Silver: Tarshish Carried on Extensive Commerce In

Silver: The Patriarchs Rich In

Silver: The Working In, a Trade

Silver: Tribute often Paid In

Silver: Trumpets

Silver: Veins of, Found in the Earth

Silver: Very Abundant in the Reign of Solomon

Silver: Vessels of

Silver: White and Shining

Silver: Wisdom to be Esteemed More Than

Silver: Workers In

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