|52 Week Bible Reading Plan|
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52 Week Bible Reading Plan
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- Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, so honor is not fitting for a fool.
- Like a sparrow in its flitting, like a swallow in its flying, a curse that is causeless does not alight.
- A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass, and a rod for the back of fools.
- Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest you be like him yourself.
- Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own eyes.
- He who sends a message by the hand of a fool cuts off his own feet and drinks violence.
- Like a lame man's legs, which hang useless, is a proverb in the mouth of fools.
- Like one who binds the stone in the sling is he who gives honor to a fool.
- Like a thorn that goes up into the hand of a drunkard is a proverb in the mouth of fools.
- Like an archer who wounds everybody is he who hires a passing fool or drunkard.
- Like a dog that returns to his vomit is a fool that repeats his folly.
- Do you see a man who is wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him.
- The sluggard says, "There is a lion in the road! There is a lion in the streets!"
- As a door turns on its hinges, so does a sluggard on his bed.
- The sluggard buries his hand in the dish; it wears him out to bring it back to his mouth.
- The sluggard is wiser in his own eyes than seven men who can answer discreetly.
- He who meddles in a quarrel not his own is like one who takes a passing dog by the ears.
- Like a madman who throws firebrands, arrows, and death,
- is the man who deceives his neighbor and says, "I am only joking!"
- For lack of wood the fire goes out; and where there is no whisperer, quarreling ceases.
- As charcoal to hot embers and wood to fire, so is a quarrelsome man for kindling strife.
- The words of a whisperer are like delicious morsels; they go down into the inner parts of the body.
- Like the glaze covering an earthen vessel are smooth lips with an evil heart.
- He who hates, dissembles with his lips and harbors deceit in his heart;
- when he speaks graciously, believe him not, for there are seven abominations in his heart;
- though his hatred be covered with guile, his wickedness will be exposed in the assembly.
- He who digs a pit will fall into it, and a stone will come back upon him who starts it rolling.
- A lying tongue hates its victims, and a flattering mouth works ruin.
- Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring forth.
- Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; a stranger, and not your own lips.
- A stone is heavy, and sand is weighty, but a fool's provocation is heavier than both.
- Wrath is cruel, anger is overwhelming; but who can stand before jealousy?
- Better is open rebuke than hidden love.
- Faithful are the wounds of a friend; profuse are the kisses of an enemy.
- He who is sated loathes honey, but to one who is hungry everything bitter is sweet.
- Like a bird that strays from its nest, is a man who strays from his home.
- Oil and perfume make the heart glad, but the soul is torn by trouble.
- Your friend, and your father's friend, do not forsake; and do not go to your brother's house in the day of your calamity. Better is a neighbor who is near than a brother who is far away.
- Be wise, my son, and make my heart glad, that I may answer him who reproaches me.
- A prudent man sees danger and hides himself; but the simple go on, and suffer for it.
- Take a man's garment when he has given surety for a stranger, and hold him in pledge when he gives surety for foreigners.
- He who blesses his neighbor with a loud voice, rising early in the morning, will be counted as cursing.
- A continual dripping on a rainy day and a contentious woman are alike;
- to restrain her is to restrain the wind or to grasp oil in his right hand.
- Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.
- He who tends a fig tree will eat its fruit, and he who guards his master will be honored.
- As in water face answers to face, so the mind of man reflects the man.
- Sheol and Abaddon are never satisfied, and never satisfied are the eyes of man.
- The crucible is for silver, and the furnace is for gold, and a man is judged by his praise.
- Crush a fool in a mortar with a pestle along with crushed grain, yet his folly will not depart from him.
- Know well the condition of your flocks, and give attention to your herds;
- for riches do not last for ever; and does a crown endure to all generations?
- When the grass is gone, and the new growth appears, and the herbage of the mountains is gathered,
- the lambs will provide your clothing, and the goats the price of a field;
- there will be enough goats' milk for your food, for the food of your household and maintenance for your maidens.
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