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  • That depends on how one defines rich but if you mean wealth and riches of "things" it would be King Solomon. Gold reserves alone were off the scale. Solomon had the wisdom to go with it. And all God said to him was " "ask for whatever you want me to give you". Solomon did not ask for wealth.
  • I am geussing prob one of the Kings.
  • King Solomon. So wealthy was he that he impressed the queen of Sheba...who had travelled all the way from the area of Ethiopia to see his wealth...a long way in those days.
  • King Salomon.. He's rich,got many wives,and he's wise.. He's perfect.. But he rebelled againts God in the end and his kingdom was torn into two
  • Everyone is saying Solomon and that may be true, but what about the Babylonian King Nebuchadezzer? He was a wealthy ruler as well.
  • I would say the Pharaoh of Egypt. Sovereign ruler of the largest and wealthiest nation in the known world at that time.
  • That's easy. Jesus. Money is tinsel and trash compared to what He had and He gave.
  • Well I'd have to go with Pharoah. He had an entire slaverace of folks up and leave. And it never even merited a mention in any of the Egyptian historical accounts.
  • I only can think of three people in the bible was extremely wealthy, which one was the wealthiest I really don't know: Abraham Job King Solomon
  • I only can think of three people in the bible was extremely wealthy, which one was the wealthiest I really don't know: Abraham Job King Solomon
  • have no idea

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