Proverbs 27; Proverbs 28; Proverbs 29; 2 Corinthians 10

1 Boast not for to morrow, for thou knowest not what the day to come may bring forth. 2 Let another praise thee, and not thy own mouth: a stranger, and not thy own lips. 3 A stone is heavy, and sand weighty: but the anger of a fool is heavier than them both. 4 Anger hath no mercy: nor fury, when it breaketh forth: and who can bear the violence of one provoked? 5 Open rebuke is better than hidden love. 6 Better are the wounds of a friend, than the deceitful kisses of an enemy. 7 A soul that is full shall tread upon the honeycomb: and a soul that is hungry shall take even bitter for sweet. 8 As a bird that wandereth from her nest, so is a man that leaveth his place. 9 Ointment and perfumes rejoice the heart: and the good counsels of a friend are sweet to the soul. 10 Thy own friend, and thy father’s friend, forsake not: and go not into thy brother’s house in the day of thy affliction. Better is a neighbour that is near than a brother afar off. 11 Study wisdom, my son, and make my heart joyful, that thou mayst give an answer to him that reproacheth. 12 The prudent man seeing evil hideth himself: little ones passing on have suffered losses. 13 Take away his garment that hath been surety for a stranger: and take from him a pledge for strangers. 14 He that blesseth his neighbour with a loud voice, rising in the night, shall be like to him that curseth. 15 Roofs dropping through in a cold day, and a contentious woman are alike. 16 He that retaineth her, is as he that would hold the wind, and shall call the oil of his right hand. 17 Iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. 18 He that keepeth the fig tree, shall eat the fruit thereof: and he that is the keeper of his master, shall be glorified. 19 As the faces of them that look therein, shine in the water, so the hearts of men are laid open to the wise. 20 Hell and destruction are never filled: so the eyes of men are never satisfied. 21 As silver is tried in the fining-pot, and gold in the furnace: so a man is tried by the mouth of him that praiseth. The heart of the wicked seeketh after evils, but the righteous heart seeketh after knowledge. 22 Though thou shouldst bray a fool in the mortar, as when a pestle striketh upon sodden barley, his folly would not be taken from him. 23 Be diligent to know the countenance of thy cattle, and consider thy own flocks: 24 For thou shalt not always have power: but a crown shall be given to generation and generation. 25 The meadows are open, and the green herbs have appeared, and the hay is gathered out of the mountains. 26 Lambs are for thy clothing: and kids for the price of the field. 27 Let the milk of the goats be enough for thy food, and for the necessities of thy house, and for maintenance for thy handmaids.
1 The wicked man fleeth, when no man pursueth: but the just, bold as a lion, shall be without dread. 2 For the sins of the land many are the princes thereof: and for the wisdom of a man, and the knowledge of those things that are said, the life of the prince shall be prolonged. 3 A poor man that oppresseth the poor, is like a violent shower, which bringeth a famine. 4 They that forsake the law, praise the wicked man: they that keep it, are incensed against him. 5 Evil men think not on judgment: but they that seek after the Lord, take notice of all things. 6 Better is the poor man walking in his simplicity, than the rich in crooked ways. 7 He that keepeth the law, is a wise son: but he that feedeth gluttons, shameth his father. 8 He that heapeth together riches by usury and loan, gathereth them for him that will be bountiful to the poor. 9 He that turneth away his ears from hearing the law, his prayer shall be an abomination. 10 He that deceiveth the just in a wicked way, shall fall in his own destruction: and the upright shall possess his goods. 11 The rich man seemeth to himself wise: but the poor man that is prudent shall search him out. 12 In the joy of the just there is great glory: when the wicked reign, men are ruined. 13 He that hideth his sins, shall not prosper: but he that shall confess, and forsake them, shall obtain mercy. 14 Blessed is the man that is always fearful: but he that is hardened in mind shall fall into evil. 15 As a roaring lion, and a hungry bear, so is a wicked prince over the poor people. 16 A prince void of prudence shall oppress many by calumny: but he that hateth covetousness, shall prolong his days. 17 A man that doth violence to the blood of a person, if he flee even to the pit, no man will stay him. 18 He that walketh uprightly, shall be saved: he that is perverse in his ways, shall fall at once. 19 He that tilleth his ground, shall be filled with bread: but he that followeth idleness, shall be filled with poverty. 20 A faithful man shall be much praised: but he that maketh haste to be rich, shall not be innocent. 21 He that hath respect to a person in judgment, doth not well: such a man even for a morsel of bread forsaketh the truth. 22 A man that maketh haste to be rich, and envieth others, is ignorant that poverty shall come upon him. 23 He that rebuketh a man, shall afterward find favour with him, more than he that by a flattering tongue deceiveth him. 24 He that stealeth any thing from his father, or from his mother: and saith, This is no sin, is the partner of a murderer. 25 26 He that boasteth and puffeth up himself, stirreth up quarrels: but he that trusteth in the Lord, shall be healed. He that trusteth in his own heart, is a fool: but he that walketh wisely, he shall be saved. 27 He that giveth to the poor shall not want: he that despiseth his intreaty, shall suffer indigence. 28 When the wicked rise up, men shall hide themselves: when they perish, the just shall be multiplied.
1 The man that with a stiff neck despiseth him that reproveth him, shall suddenly be destroyed: and health shall not follow him. 2 When just men increase, the people shall rejoice: when the wicked shall bear rule, the people shall mourn. 3 A man that loveth wisdom, rejoiceth his father: but he that maintaineth harlots, shall squander away his substance. 4 A just king setteth up the land: a covetous man shall destroy it. 5 A man that speaketh to his friend with flattering and dissembling words, spreadeth a net for his feet. 6 A snare shall entangle the wicked man when he sinneth: and the just shall praise and rejoice. 7 The just taketh notice of the cause of the poor: the wicked is void of knowledge. 8 Corrupt men bring a city to ruin: but wise men turn away wrath. 9 If a wise man contend with a fool, whether he be angry, or laugh, he shall find no rest. 10 Bloodthirsty men hate the upright: but just men seek his soul. 11 A fool uttereth all his mind: a wise man deferreth, and keepeth it till afterwards. 12 A prince that gladly heareth lying words, hath all his servants wicked. 13 The poor man and the creditor have met one another: the Lord is the enlightener of them both. 14 The king that judgeth the poor in truth, his throne shall be established for ever. 15 The rod and reproof give wisdom: but the child that is left to his own will, bringeth his mother to shame. 16 When the wicked are multiplied, crimes shall be multiplied: but the just shall see their downfall. 17 Instruct thy son and he shall refresh thee, and shall give delight to thy soul. 18 When prophecy shall fail, the people shall be scattered abroad: but he that keepeth the law, is blessed. 19 A slave will not be corrected by words: because he understandeth what thou sayest, and will not answer. 20 Hast thou seen a man hasty to speak? folly is rather to be looked for, than his amendment. 21 He that nourisheth his servant delicately from his childhood, afterwards shall find him stubborn. 22 A passionate man provoketh quarrels: and he that is easily stirred up to wrath, shall be more prone to sin. 23 Humiliation followeth the proud: and glory shall uphold the humble of spirit. 24 He that is partaker with a thief, hateth his own soul: he heareth one putting him to his oath, and discovereth not. 25 He that feareth man shall quickly fall: he that trusteth in the Lord, shall be set on high. 26 Many seek the face of the prince: but the judgment of every one cometh forth from the Lord. 27 The just abhor a wicked man: and the wicked loathe them that are in the right way. The son that keepeth the word, shall be free from destruction.
1 Now I Paul, myself beseech you, by the mildness and modesty of Christ: who in presence indeed am lowly among you, but being absent am bold toward you. 2 But I beseech you, that I may not be bold when I am present with that confidence wherewith I am thought to be bold, against some who reckon us as if we walked according to the flesh. 3 For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according to the flesh. 4 For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty to God, unto the pulling down of fortifications, destroying counsels, 5 And every height that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God: and bringing into captivity every understanding unto the obedience of Christ: 6 And having in readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience shall be fulfilled. 7 See the things that are according to outward appearance. If any man trust to himself, that he is Christ’s let him think this again with himself, that as he is Christ’s, so are we also. 8 For if also I should boast somewhat more of our power, which the Lord hath given us unto edification and not for your destruction, I should not be ashamed. 9 But that I may not be thought as it were to terrify you by epistles, 10 (For his epistles indeed, say they, are weighty and strong; but his bodily presence is weak and his speech contemptible): 11 Let such a one think this, that such as we are in word by epistles when absent, such also we will be indeed when present. 12 For we dare not match or compare ourselves with some that commend themselves: but we measure ourselves by ourselves and compare ourselves with ourselves. 13 But we will not glory beyond our measure: but according to the measure of the rule which God hath measured to us, a measure to reach even unto you. 14 For we stretch not ourselves beyond our measure, as if we reached not unto you. For we are come as far as to you in the Gospel of Christ. 15 Not glorying beyond measure in other men’s labours: but having hope of your increasing faith, to be magnified in you according to our rule abundantly. 16 Yea, unto those places that are beyond you to preach the gospel: not to glory in another man’s rule, in those things that are made ready to our hand. 17 But he that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord. 18 For not he who commendeth himself is approved: but he, whom God commendeth.
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