REPEAT not the word which thou hast heard, and disclose not the thing that is secret; so shalt thou be truly without confusion, and shah find favour before all men: be not ashamed of any of these things, and accept no person to sin thereby:
Of the law of the most High, and of his covenant, and of judgment to justify the ungodly:
Of the affair of companions and travellers, and of the gift of the inheritance of friends:
Of exactness of balance and weights, of getting much or little:
Of the corruption of buying, and of merchants, and of much correction of children, and to make the side of a wicked slave to bleed.
Sure keeping is good over a wicked wife.
Where there are many hands, shut up, and deliver all things in number, and weight: and put all in writing that thou givest out or receivest in.
Be not ashamed to inform the unwise and foolish, and the aged, that are judged I by young men: and thou shalt be well instructed in all things, and well approved in the sight of all men living.