Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
He that walketh in his uprightness feareth the LORD: but he that is perverse in his ways despiseth him.
The highway of the upright, is to avoid evil, He preserveth his soul, who guardeth his way.
Better a poor man walking in his integrity, than one who is crooked - turning two ways, though, he, be rich.
1 Kings 3:6
Then said Solomon - Thou, didst deal, with thy servant David my father, in great lovingkindness, according as he walked before thee, in truth and in righteousness and in uprightness of heart, with thee, - and thou hast kept, for him, this great lovingkindness, that thou hast given unto him a son, to sit upon his throne, as it is this day.
A man, there was - in the land of Uz, Job, his name, - and that man was blameless and upright, and one who revered God, and avoided evil.
And said to the son of earth, Lo! the reverence of the Lord, that, is wisdom, and, to avoid evil, is understanding.
Let, blamelessness and uprightness, watch over me, because I have waited for thee.
Praise ye Yah! How happy is the man who revereth Yahweh, In his commandments, delighteth he greatly;
The conclusion of the matter - the whole, let us hear, - Towards God, be reverent, and, his commandments, observe, for, this, concerneth all mankind.
My covenant, was with him, Life and Well-being, so I gave them to him - I as One to be revered - and he did revere me, - and, before my Name, dismayed, was he.
So then, the assembly throughout the whole of Judaea and Galilee and Samaria, had peace, building itself up, and going on its way in the fear of the Lord; and, by the advocacy of the Holy Spirit, was being multiplied.
And they said - Cornelius, a centurion, a man righteous and fearing God, well-attested by the whole nation of the Jews, hath been divinely instructed by a holy messenger to send for thee unto his house, and to hear words from thee.
He that sheweth contempt for his neighbour, lacketh sense, but, a man of understanding, observeth silence.
A laughing-stock to one's neighbour, do I become, one who hath called upon GOD and he hath answered him! A laughing-stock - a righteous man without blame!
Show us favour, O Yahweh, show us favour, for, exceedingly, are we sated with contempt:
He that hearkeneth unto you, unto me, doth hearken, and, he that setteth you aside, doth set, me, aside; and, he that setteth, me, aside, doth set aside, him that sent me.
Now the Pharisees, who were, lovers of money, were hearing all these things, and were openly sneering at him.
Or, the riches of his kindness, and forbearance, and long-suffering, dost thou despise, - not knowing that, the kindness of God, unto repentance, is leading thee?
2 Timothy 3:2
For men will be - fond of themselves, fond of money, ostentatious, arrogant, defamers, to parents, unyielding, unthankful, unkind,