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1Better to be poor and above reproach than rich and double-tongued.

2It is not good to have zeal without knowledge, nor to be in too great a hurry and so miss the way.

3When folly wrecks someone's life, he rages in his heart against the LORD.

4Wealth makes many new friends, but someone without means loses any friend he has.

5A false witness will not escape punishment; the perjurer will not go free.

6Many curry favour with the great; a lavish giver has the world for his friend.

7A pauper's brothers all dislike him; how much more is he shunned by his friends! The man who picks his words keeps to the point.

8To learn sense is true self-love; cherish discernment and make sure of success.

9A false witness will not escape punishment; the perjurer will perish.

10A fool at the helm is out of place, how much worse a slave in command of men of rank!

11Forbearance shows intelligence; to overlook an offence brings glory.

12A king's rage is like a lion's roar, but his favour is like dew on the grass.

13A stupid son is a calamity to his father; a nagging wife is like water endlessly dripping.

14Home and wealth may come down from ancestors, but a sensible wife is a gift from the LORD.

15Sloth leads to sleep and negligence to starvation.

16Keeping the commandments keeps a person safe, but scorning the way of the LORD brings death.

17He who is generous to the poor lends to the LORD, who will recompense him for his deed.

18Chastise your son while there is hope for him; only be careful not to flog him to death.

19Anyone whose temper is violent must bear the consequences; try to save him, and you make matters worse.

20Listen to advice and accept instruction, and in the end you will be wise.

21The human mind may be full of schemes, but it is the LORD's purpose that will prevail.

22Greed is a disgrace to a man; better be poor than a liar.

23The fear of the LORD is life; he who is full of it will rest untouched by evil.

24The sluggard dips his hand into the dish but will not so much as lift it to his mouth.

25Strike an arrogant person, and the simpleton learns prudence; reprove someone who has understanding, and he understands what you mean.

26He who expels his father evicts his mother; they have a son who brings shame and disgrace on them.

27A son who ceases to accept correction is sure to turn his back on the teachings of knowledge.

28A lying witness makes a mockery of justice, and the talk of the wicked fosters mischief.

29There is a rod in pickle for the arrogant, and blows are ready for the fool's back.

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