Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Ye have plowed wickedness, ye have reaped iniquity; ye have eaten the fruit of lies: because thou didst trust in thy way, in the multitude of thy mighty men.
They sow the wind, and so they will reap the whirlwind! The stalk does not have any standing grain; it will not produce any flour. Even if it were to yield grain, foreigners would swallow it all up.
Even as I have seen, those who plow iniquity and those who sow trouble reap the same.
The one who sows iniquity will reap trouble, and the rod of his fury will end.
Do not be deceived. God will not be made a fool. For a person will reap what he sows,
Therefore they will eat from the fruit of their way, and they will be stuffed full of their own counsel.
The one who tells the truth will endure forever, but the one who lies will last only for a moment.
From the fruit of a person's mouth his stomach is satisfied, with the product of his lips is he satisfied.
A false witness will not go unpunished, and the one who spouts out lies will not escape punishment.
"Look, here is the man who would not make God his protector! He trusted in his great wealth and was confident about his plans to destroy others."
Do not trust in what you can gain by oppression! Do not put false confidence in what you can gain by robbery! If wealth increases, do not become attached to it!
No king is delivered by his vast army; a warrior is not saved by his great might.
Again, I observed this on the earth: the race is not always won by the swiftest, the battle is not always won by the strongest; prosperity does not always belong to those who are the wisest, wealth does not always belong to those who are the most discerning, nor does success always come to those with the most knowledge -- for time and chance may overcome them all.