When thou lettest merely thy eyes fly over it, it is no more: for it will ever make itself wings: like an eagle will it fly toward heaven.

Provérbios 23:5

For who am I, and what is my people, that we should possess the power to offer voluntarily after this sort? for from thee is every thing, and out of thy own have we given unto thee.

1 Crônicas 29:14

Fatigue thyself not to become rich; because thou hast understanding, forbear.

Provérbios 23:4

He that loveth money will never be satisfied with money; nor he that loveth abundance, with any increase. Also this is vanity.

Eclesiastes 5:10

How much better is it to obtain wisdom than gold! and to obtain understanding is preferable to silver!

Provérbios 16:16

Wealth cannot profit on the day of wrath; but righteousness deliver from death.

Provérbios 11:4

Better is little with the fear of the Lord, than great treasure and confusion therewith.

Provérbios 15:16

The longing of a man is to exercise his kindness; and a poor man is better than a liar.

Provérbios 19:22

Honor the Lord with thy wealth, and with the first–fruits of all thy products:

Provérbios 3:9

On the way of thy testimonies have I been glad, as over all wealth.

Salmos 119:14

Wealth gotten by vain deeds will be diminished; but he that gathereth by close labor will increase it.

Provérbios 13:11

The rich man’s wealth is his strong town, and as a towering wall in his own conceit.

Provérbios 18:11

Better is the little that the righteous hath, than the great riches of many wicked.

For the arms of the wicked shall be broken: but the upholder of the righteous is the Lord.

Salmos 37:16,17

Treasures of wickedness will not profit aught; but righteousness will deliver from death.

Provérbios 10:2

The blessing of the Lord it is which maketh rich, and painful labor addeth nothing thereto.

Provérbios 10:22

Vanity and lying words do thou remove far from me: neither poverty nor riches give thou unto me; let me eat the bread appointed unto me:

Provérbios 30:8

A good name is preferable to abundant riches, and good grace, to silver and to gold.

Provérbios 22:1