4 And when he restored the moneye againe vnto his mother, his mother toke two hundreth syluerlynges, and gaue them to a goldsmyth, which made therof a grauen image, and a ymage of metall, and it was in the house of Micah.
Judges 17:4 Cross References - Great
6 Ye fooles (no doute) wyll take out syluer & golde oute of youre purses, and wepe it, & hyre a goldsmyth to make a God of it, that men maye knele downe and worshyppe it. 7 Yet must he be taken on mennes shoulders & borne, and set in his place, that he maye stande and not moue out of his place. Alas, that men shuld crye crie vnto him which geueth no answere: and delyuereth not the man that calleth vpon him, from hys trouble:
9 namely, wod, syluer, which is brought out of Tharsis, & beaten to plates: and golde from Ophir, a worcke that is made with the hande of the craftesman & the caster, clothed wt yelow sylck & scarlet: euen so is the worcke of theyr wyse men all together. 10 But the Lorde is a true God, a lyuynge God, & an euerlastynge kynge. If he be wroth, the earth shaketh: all the Gentyles maye not abyde his indygnacyon.