Proverbs 29 LEB

1 A man who is reproved, being stubborn of neck-- suddenly he will be broken, and there will not be healing.
2 When the righteous are numerous, the people will rejoice, but when the wicked are ruling, people will groan.
3 A man who loves wisdom will make his parents glad, but the friend of prostitutes will squander his wealth.

References for Proverbs 29:3

    • a 29:3 - Or "whores"
      4 By justice a king gives stability [to] a land, but a man of bribes will ruin it.
      5 A strong man who flatters his neighbor is spreading a net for his feet.
      6 In transgression, an evil man [is] a snare, but [the] righteous will sing and rejoice.

      References for Proverbs 29:6

        • b 29:6 - Hebrew "he will rejoice"
          7 [The] righteous knows [the] case of the poor, but [the] wicked does not understand knowledge.
          8 Men of scoffing set a city aflame, but the wise turn away wrath.
          9 [If] a wise man goes to court with a foolish man, then there is rankling and ridicule, but there is no relief.

          References for Proverbs 29:9

            • c 29:9 - Hebrew "there is ridicule"
              10 Men of blood hate [the] blameless, and they seek the life of the upright.

              References for Proverbs 29:10

                • d 29:10 - Or "soul," or "inner self"
                  11 A fool gives all his breath, but [the] wise holds back in quiet.

                  References for Proverbs 29:11

                      12 A ruler listening to a word of falsehood, all his officials are wicked.
                      13 The poor and a man of oppression have [this] in common: Yahweh gives {light to the eyes of them both}.

                      References for Proverbs 29:13

                        • f 29:13 - Literally "light of the eyes of the two of them"
                          14 A king who judges with truthfulness [to] the poor, his throne will be established forever.
                          15 As for a rod and reproof, they will give wisdom, but a neglected child is disgraced [by] his mother.

                          References for Proverbs 29:15

                              16 With the increase of the wicked, transgression will increase, but the righteous will look on his downfall.
                              17 Discipline your children, and they will give you rest, and they will give delight to your soul.

                              References for Proverbs 29:17

                                • h 29:17 - Or "life," or "inner self"
                                  18 When there is no prophecy, the people cast off restraint, but as for he who guards instruction, happiness [is] his.
                                  19 By words, a servant is not disciplined, for he will understand, but there is no giving heed.
                                  20 You see a man who is hasty in his words: [there is more] hope for a fool than him.
                                  21 He who pampers his servant from childhood, {arrogance will be his end}.

                                  References for Proverbs 29:21

                                    • i 29:21 - Literally "and its/his end will be arrogance"
                                      22 A man of anger will stir strife, and the owner of anger, much transgression.
                                      23 The pride of a person will bring him humiliation, and the lowly of spirit will obtain honor.
                                      24 Being a partner with a thief is hating one's life; a curse he will hear, but not disclose.

                                      References for Proverbs 29:24

                                        • j 29:24 - Or "soul," or "inner self"
                                          25 The fear of a person will lay a snare, but he who trusts in Yahweh will be secure.
                                          26 Many are those who seek the {favor} of a ruler, but from Yahweh {one obtains justice}.

                                          References for Proverbs 29:26

                                            • k 29:26 - Literally "faces"
                                            • l 29:26 - Literally "[comes] justice for a man"
                                              27 A man of injustice is an abomination to the righteous, but the {upright} is an abomination to the wicked.

                                              References for Proverbs 29:27

                                                • m 29:27 - Literally "upright of way"