Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
He that tilleth his land, shall be filled with food, but, he that runneth after worthless men, lacketh sense.
He that guardeth the fig-tree, shall eat the fruit thereof, and, he that watcheth over his master, shall he honoured.
He that tilleth his ground, shall have plenty of bread, but, he that pursueth empty-heads, shall have plenty of poverty.
And, the profit of the earth, is, for all, - a king, by the field, is served.
Go to the ant, thou sluggard, observe her ways, and be wise;
The righteousness of the blameless, shall smooth his way, but, by his own lawlessness, shall the lawless one, fall.
Well for a man showing favour and lending! He shall sustain his affairs with justice.
He that observeth the commandment, will not notice a vexatious thing, - and, of time and manner, will the heart of the wise take note.
Even the stork in the heavens knoweth her appointed times, And the turtle and the swallow and the crane, observe the season for coming; But my people know not the just sentence of Yahweh.