Proverbs 29:5-15 NAS

5 A man who 1flatters his neighbor Is spreading a net for his steps.

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6 By transgression an evil man is 2ensnared, But the righteous 3sings and rejoices.

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7 The 4righteous ais concerned for the rights of the poor, The wicked does not understand such bconcern.

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    • ȅ 29:7 - Lit "knows the cause"
    • Ȇ 29:7 - Lit "knowledge"
      8 Scorners * 5set a city aflame, But 6wise men turn away anger.

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      9 When a wise man has a controversy with a foolish man, cThe foolish man either rages or laughs, and there is no rest.

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        • ȇ 29:9 - Lit "He"
          10 Men of 7bloodshed hate the blameless, But the upright dare concerned for his life.

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            • Ȉ 29:10 - Lit "seek his soul"
              11 A 8fool ealways loses his temper, But a 9wise man holds it back.

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                • ȉ 29:11 - Lit "sends forth all his spirit"
                  12 If a 10ruler pays attention to falsehood, All his ministers become wicked.

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                  13 The 11poor man and the oppressor * fhave this in common: The LORD gives 12light to the eyes of both.

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                    • Ȋ 29:13 - Lit "meet together"
                      14 If a 13king judges the poor with truth, His 14throne will be established forever.

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                      15 The 15rod and reproof give wisdom, But a child gwho gets his own way 16brings shame to his mother.

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                        • ȋ 29:15 - Lit "left to himself"