And he bought a parcel of a field, where he had spread his tent, at the hand of the children of Hamor, Shechem's father, for an hundred pieces of money.
-- Gen. 33:19 (KJV)
This verse states that Jacob bought the land for one hundred pieces of money. For this verse, the original Hebrew text states that he actually paid one hundred lambs for the land. In ancient times, livestock was used as money.
Don't listen to those schmucks that say that preach that poverty is a spiritual blessing. This verse talks about one of the patriarchs of faith having wealth.
Numerical Analysis: The numerical pattern for this verse is 6,1,7,3,9. (6) Expose evil so that you will be able to have shelter. (1) To follow God, always look to increase. (7) To be complete, know who owns what. (3) To stay in the Spirit, know your lineage. (9) Overturn evil in order to have enough resources to buy what you need.