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As snowH7950 in summer,H7019 and as rainH4306 in harvest,H7105 soH3651 honorH3519 is not seemlyH5000 for a fool.H3684
2
As the birdH6833 by wandering,H5110 as the swallowH1866 by flying,H5774 soH3651 the curseH7045 causeless shall not come.H935
3
A whipH7752 for the horse,H5483 a bridleH4964 for the ass,H2543 and a rodH7626 for the fool'sH3684 back.H1458
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AnswerH6030 not a foolH3684 according to his folly,H200 lestH6435 you alsoH1571 be likeH7737 to him.
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AnswerH6030 a foolH3684 according to his folly,H200 lestH6435 he be wiseH2450 in his own conceit.H5869
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He that sendsH7971 a messageH1697 by the handH3027 of a foolH3684 cutsH7096 off the feet,H7272 and drinksH8354 damage.H2555
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The legsH7785 of the lameH6455 are not equal:H1809 so is a parableH4912 in the mouthH6310 of fools.H3684
8
As he that bindsH6887 a stoneH68 in a sling,H4773 soH3651 is he that givesH5414 honorH3519 to a fool.H3684
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As a thornH2336 goesH5927 up into the handH3027 of a drunkard,H7910 so is a parableH4912 in the mouthsH6310 of fools.H3684
10
The greatH7227 God that formedH2342 allH3605 things both rewardsH7936 the fool,H3684 and rewardsH7936 transgressors.H5674
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As a dogH3611 returnsH7725 to his vomit,H6892 so a foolH3684 returnsH8138 to his folly.H200
12
SeeH7200 you a manH376 wiseH2450 in his own conceit?H5869 there is more hopeH8615 of a foolH3684 than of him.
13
The slothfulH6102 man said,H559 There is a lionH738 in the way;H1870 a lionH738 is in the streets.H7339
14
As the doorH1817 turnsH5437 on his hinges,H6735 so does the slothfulH6102 on his bed.H4296
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The slothfulH6102 hidesH2934 his handH3027 in his bosom;H6747 it grievesH3811 him to bringH7725 it againH7725 to his mouth.H6310
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The sluggardH6102 is wiserH2450 in his own conceitH5869 than sevenH7651 men that can renderH7725 a reason.H2940
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He that passesH5674 by, and meddlesH5674 with strifeH7379 belonging not to him, is like one that takesH2388 a dogH3611 by the ears.H241
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As a madH3856 man who castsH3384 firebrands,H2131 arrows,H2671 and death,H4194
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SoH3651 is the manH376 that deceivesH7411 his neighbor,H7453 and said,H559 Am not I in sport?H7832
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WhereH657 noH657 woodH6086 is, there the fireH784 goesH3518 out: so where there is noH369 talebearer,H5372 the strifeH4066 ceases.H8367
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As coalsH6352 are to burningH1513 coals,H1513 and woodH6086 to fire;H784 so is a contentiousH4066 manH376 to kindleH2787 strife.H7379
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The wordsH1697 of a talebearerH5372 are as wounds,H3859 and they goH3381 downH3381 into the innermostH2315 parts of the belly.H990
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BurningH1814 lipsH8193 and a wickedH7451 heartH3820 are like a potsherdH2789 coveredH6823 with silverH3701 dross.H5509
24
He that hatesH8130 dissemblesH5234 with his lips,H8193 and laysH7896 up deceitH4820 withinH7130 him;
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WhenH3588 he speaksH6963 fair,H2603 believeH539 him not: for there are sevenH7651 abominationsH8441 in his heart.H3820
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Whose hatredH8135 is coveredH3680 by deceit,H4860 his wickednessH7451 shall be showedH1540 before the whole congregation.H6951
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Whoever digsH3738 a pitH7845 shall fallH5307 therein: and he that rollsH1556 a stone,H68 it will returnH7725 on him.
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A lyingH8267 tongueH3956 hatesH8130 those that are afflictedH1790 by it; and a flatteringH2509 mouthH6310 worksH6213 ruin.H4072