2 There was a man in Maon whose business was in Carmel. He was a very rich man. He had three thousand sheep and one thousand goats. He sheared his sheep in Carmel.
1 Samuel 25:2 Cross References - NSB
2 Abram had become very wealthy in livestock and in silver and gold.
13 He became rich, and continued to grow richer until he became very wealthy.
13 Tamar found out that her father-in-law Judah was going to Timnah to shear his sheep.
55 Maon, Carmel, and Ziph, and Juttah,
5 The Amalekites also captured David’s two wives, Ahinoam from Jezreel and Abigail, Nabal’s widow, from Carmel.
24 So they left and returned to Ziph ahead of Saul. David and his men were in the wilderness of Maon. They were in a desolate valley in the southern part of the Judean wilderness.
32 Barzillai was a very old man. He was eighty years old. He was very rich. He supplied the king with food while he was staying at Mahanaim.
3 He owned seven thousand sheep, three thousand camels, one thousand head of cattle, and five hundred donkeys. He also had a large number of servants. In fact he was the greatest (richest) of all the Orientals in the East!
12 Jehovah blessed the latter part of Job’s life more than the first. He had fourteen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, a thousand yoke of oxen and a thousand donkeys.
14 With your power (by your hand) rescue me from mortals, O Jehovah, from mortals who look forward only to this life. You fill their bellies with your treasure. Their children are satisfied with it, and they leave what remains to their children.
3 I was envious of arrogant people when I saw the peace and prosperity that wicked people enjoy. 4 They suffer no pain. Their bodies are healthy. 5 They have no drudgery in their lives like ordinary people. They are not plagued with problems like mankind. 6 That is why arrogance is their necklace and violence covers them like clothing. 7 Their eyes stand out with fatness, and their heart’s imagination run wild.
19 »A rich man dressed in the most expensive clothes and lived in great luxury every day. 20 »A poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, used to be brought to the rich man’s door. 21 »He hoped he could eat the bits of food that fell from the rich man’s table. Then the dogs would come and lick his sores. 22 »The poor man died and was carried by the angels to Abraham’s bosom. The rich man died and was buried. 23 »He was in great torment in the grave (hades). He looked up and saw Abraham, far away, with Lazarus at his side. 24 »He called out: Father Abraham! Take pity on me! Please send Lazarus to dip his finger in some water and cool off my tongue. I am in torment in this fire! 25 »Abraham said: Remember, my son, in your lifetime you were given good things, while Lazarus got all the bad things. Now he is enjoying himself while you are in torment.