2 The king's terrifying anger is like the roar of a lion; whoever provokes him sins against himself.
4 The sluggard will not plow during the planting season, so at harvest time he looks for the crop but has nothing.
11 Even a young man is known by his actions, whether his activity is pure and whether it is right.
13 Do not love sleep, lest you become impoverished; open your eyes so that you might be satisfied with food.
15 There is gold, and an abundance of rubies, but words of knowledge are like a precious jewel.
16 Take a man's garment when he has given security for a stranger, and when he gives surety for strangers, hold him in pledge.
17 Bread gained by deceit tastes sweet to a person, but afterward his mouth will be filled with gravel.
19 The one who goes about gossiping reveals secrets; therefore do not associate with someone who is always opening his mouth.
20 The one who curses his father and his mother, his lamp will be extinguished in the blackest darkness.
24 The steps of a person are ordained by the Lord -- so how can anyone understand his own way?
25 It is a snare for a person to rashly cry, "Holy!" and only afterward to consider what he has vowed.