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Roles Banker After the Lord your God gives land to each of you, there may be poor Israelites in the town where you live. If there are, then dont be mean and selfish with your money. Instead, be kind and lend them what they need. Deuteronomy 15:7-8
Others said, During the famine we even had to mortgage our fields, vineyards, and homes to them in order to buy grain. Nehemiah 5:3 Rich versus poor, The poor are ruled by the rich, and those who borrow are slaves of moneylenders. Proverbs 22:7
Merchants from southern Spain traded silver, iron, tin, and lead for your products. The people of Greece, Tubal, and Meshech traded slaves and things made of bronze, and those from Beth-Togarmah traded work horses, war horses, and mules.
You also did business with people from Rhodes, and people from nations along the coast gave you ivory and ebony in exchange for your goods.
Edom traded emeralds, purple cloth,
embroidery, fine linen, coral, and rubies. Judah and Israel gave you their finest wheat, fancy figs, honey, olive oil, and spices in exchange for your merchandise.
The people of Damascus saw what you had to offer and brought you wine from Helbon and wool from Zahar. Vedan and Javan near Uzal traded you iron and spices. The people of Dedan
supplied you with saddle blankets,
while people from Arabia and the rulers of Kedar traded lambs, sheep, and goats. Roles banker Merchants from Sheba and Raamah gave you excellent spices, precious stones, and gold in exchange for your products.
You also did business with merchants from the cities of Haran, Canneh, Eden, Sheba, Asshur, and Chilmad, and they gave you expensive clothing, purple and embroidered cloth, brightly colored rugs, and strong rope. Ezekiel 27:12-24
Currency values, The standard unit of weight will be the shekel. One shekel will equal twenty gerahs, and sixty shekels will equal one mina. Ezekiel 45:12 Storing treasures, Dont store up treasures on earth! Moths and rust can destroy them, and thieves can break in and steal them. Roles banker Instead, store up your treasures in heaven, where
moths and rust cannot destroy them, and thieves cannot break in and steal them. Matthew 6:19-20
Temple money changers,
Jesus went into the temple and chased out everyone who was selling or buying. He turned over the tables of the moneychangers and the benches of the ones who were selling doves. He told them, The Scriptures say, My house should be called a place of worship. But you have turned it into a place where robbers hide. Matthew 21:12-13
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