BoastH1984 not yourself of to morrow;H4279 for you knowH3045 not whatH4100 a dayH3117 may bringH3205 forth.H3205
Let anotherH2114 man praiseH1984 you, and not your own mouth;H6310 a stranger,H5237 and not your own lips.H8193
A stoneH68 is heavy,H3514 and the sandH2344 weighty;H5192 but a fool'sH191 wrathH3708 is heavierH3513 than them both.H8147
WrathH2534 is cruel,H395 and angerH639 is outrageous;H7858 but whoH4310 is able to standH5975 beforeH6440 envy?H7068
OpenH1540 rebukeH8433 is betterH2896 than secretH5641 love.H160
FaithfulH539 are the woundsH6482 of a friend;H157 but the kissesH5390 of an enemyH8130 are deceitful.H6280
The fullH7646 soulH5315 loathesH947 an honeycomb;H5317 but to the hungryH7456 soulH5315 everyH3605 bitterH4751 thing is sweet.H4966
As a birdH6833 that wandersH5074 from her nest,H7064 soH3651 is a manH376 that wandersH5074 from his place.H4725
OintmentH8081 and perfumeH7004 rejoiceH8055 the heart:H3820 so does the sweetnessH4986 of a man's friendH7453 by heartyH5315 counsel.H6098
Your own friend,H7453 and your father'sH1 friend,H7453 forsakeH5800 not; neitherH408 goH935 into your brother'sH251 houseH1004 in the dayH3117 of your calamity:H343 for betterH2896 is a neighborH7934 that is nearH7138 than a brotherH251 farH7350 off.
My son,H1121 be wise,H2449 and make my heartH3820 glad,H8056 that I may answerH7725 H1697 him that reproachesH2778 me.
A prudentH6175 man foreseesH7200 the evil,H7451 and hidesH5641 himself; but the simpleH6612 passH5674 on, and are punished.H6064
TakeH3947 his garmentH899 that is suretyH6148 for a stranger,H2114 and takeH2254 a pledgeH2254 of him for a strangeH5237 woman.
He that blessesH1288 his friendH7453 with a loudH1419 voice,H6963 risingH7925 earlyH7925 in the morning,H1242 it shall be countedH2803 a curseH7045 to him.
A continualH2956 droppingH1812 in a veryH5464 rainyH5464 dayH3117 and a contentiousH4066 womanH802 are alike.H7737
Whoever hidesH6845 her hidesH6845 the wind,H7307 and the ointmentH8081 of his rightH3225 hand,H3225 which denudesH7121 itself.
IronH1270 sharpensH2300 iron;H1270 so a manH376 sharpensH2300 the countenanceH6440 of his friend.H7453
Whoever keepsH5341 the figH8384 tree shall eatH398 the fruitH6529 thereof: so he that waitsH8104 on his masterH113 shall be honored.H3513
As in waterH4325 faceH6440 answers to face,H6440 soH3651 the heartH3820 of manH120 to man.H120
HellH7585 and destructionH10 are neverH3808 full;H7646 so the eyesH5869 of manH120 are neverH3808 satisfied.H7646
As the finingH4715 potH4715 for silver,H3701 and the furnaceH3564 for gold;H2091 so is a manH376 to his praise.H4110
ThoughH518 you should brayH3806 a foolH191 in a mortarH4388 amongH8432 wheatH7383 with a pestle,H5940 yet will not his foolishnessH200 departH5493 from him.
Be you diligent to knowH3045 the stateH6440 of your flocks,H6629 and lookH7896 well to your herds.H5739
For richesH2633 are not for ever:H5769 and does the crownH5145 endure to every generation?H1755
The hayH2682 appears,H1540 and the tender grassH1877 showsH7200 itself, and herbsH6212 of the mountainsH2022 are gathered.H622
The lambsH3532 are for your clothing,H3830 and the goatsH6260 are the priceH4242 of the field.H7704
And you shall have goats'H5795 milkH2461 enoughH1767 for your food,H3899 for the foodH3899 of your household,H1004 and for the maintenanceH2416 for your maidens.H5291