30 pieces of silver

30 pieces of silver

price Judas was paid for identifying Christ. [N.T.: Matthew 26:15]

30 pieces of silver

price paid Judas to deliver Jesus. [Christian Symbolism: N.T.: Matthew 26:15]
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By spilling her guts for 30 pieces of silver (with inflation, that's a pounds 1million book advance) Cherie has embarrassed and exposed the family she says she'd do anything to protect from the Press.
THIS week's esteemed PISH award (Politics Incites Sibling Hostility) is being wrapped up with 30 pieces of silver and popped in the post to Ed Miliband.
There is the violence of a drug trade which destroys lives, very often fragile young lives, for sordid profit which will bring its perpetrators as much happiness as the 30 pieces of silver did for Judas.
The Rev Tim Moore led morning wor-|ship at the Methodist Church when a money bag was hung from the Lent cross to represent the 30 pieces of silver given to Judas for betraying Jesus.
The moron above who wrote this has taken Ashley's 30 pieces of Silver and he`s a disgrace to his profession.
While listening to Sunday's Gospel, the biblical story of Jesus Christ's trial and crucifixion, I reflected on the infamous 30 pieces of silver and Pontius Pilate's washing of hands to absolve himself of determining the fate of Jesus and I thought of a contemporary example.
I understand that the Welsh Government is under great pressure to declare its hand on fracking, and therefore I am writing to you to explain why accepting David Cameron's 30 pieces of silver would be the wrong decision.
Had Damian not taken his 30 pieces of silver and spilled his guts like Judas, I would keep my gob shut, too.
I was momentarily tempted to sell it, but any money I might get would just feel like 30 pieces of silver.
Raith Rovers' Turnbull Hutton put it beautifully when he said he wouldn't sell their position for 30 pieces of silver.
Judas received 30 pieces of silver (to betray Christ).
The raising of Lazarus four days after he had died was the last straw as far as the chief priests and Pharisees were concerned, and they wove a plot to kill Jesus, getting unexpected help from one of Christ's own apostles, Judas, who was willing to betray his master for 30 pieces of silver.