Proverbs 7:1-11 NAS

The Wiles of the Harlot

1 My son, 1keep my words And treasure my commandments within you.

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2 2Keep my commandments and live, And my ateaching 3as the bapple of your eye.

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    • ¨ 7:2 - Or "law"
    • © 7:2 - Lit "pupil"
      3 4Bind them on your fingers; 5Write them on the tablet of your heart.

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      4 Say to wisdom, "You are my sister," And call understanding your intimate friend;
      5 That they may keep you from an cadulteress, From the foreigner who dflatters with her words.

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        • ª 7:5 - Lit "strange woman"
        • « 7:5 - Lit "is smooth"
          6 For 6at the window of my house I looked out 7through my lattice,

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          7 And I saw among the e8naive, And discerned among the fyouths A young man 9lacking gsense,

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            • ¬ 7:7 - Lit "simple ones"
            • ­ 7:7 - Lit "sons"
            • ® 7:7 - Lit "heart"
              8 Passing through the street near 10her corner; And he htakes the way to 11her house,

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                • ¯ 7:8 - Lit "steps"
                  9 In the 12twilight, in the ievening , In the jmiddle of the night and in the darkness.

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                    • ° 7:9 - Lit "evening of the day"
                    • ± 7:9 - Lit "pupil" (of the eye)
                      10 And behold, a woman comes to meet him, 13Dressed as a harlot and cunning of heart.

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                      11 She is 14boisterous and rebellious, Her 15feet do not remain at home;

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