The king's heart is like streams of water. Both are under the LORD's control. He turns them in any direction he chooses.
A person thinks everything he does is right, but the LORD weighs hearts.
Doing what is right and fair is more acceptable to the LORD than offering a sacrifice.
A conceited look and an arrogant attitude, which are the lamps of wicked people, are sins.
The plans of a hard-working person lead to prosperity, but everyone who is [always] in a hurry ends up in poverty.
Those who gather wealth by lying are wasting time. They are looking for death.
The violence of wicked people will drag them away since they refuse to do what is just.
The way of a guilty person is crooked, but the behavior of those who are pure is moral.
Better to live on a corner of a roof than to share a home with a quarreling woman.
The mind of a wicked person desires evil and has no consideration for his neighbor.