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He dieth without instruction, And in the abundance of his folly magnifieth himself!

A proud look [the spirit that makes one overestimate himself and underestimate others], a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,

He getteth himself also shame and dishonour, such as shall never be put out.

"The LORD himself had me in possession in the beginning of his ways, before he began his works afore time.

He that reproveth a scorner getteth to himself shame: and he that rebuketh a wicked man getteth himself a blot.

The one who conducts himself in integrity will live securely, but the one who behaves perversely will be found out.

He who heeds instruction and correction is [not only himself] in the way of life [but also] is a way of life for others. And he who neglects or refuses reproof [not only himself] goes astray [but also] causes to err and is a path toward ruin for others.

He who makes himself responsible for a strange man will undergo much loss; but the hater of such undertakings will be safe.

The merciful, kind, and generous man benefits himself [for his deeds return to bless him], but he who is cruel and callous [to the wants of others] brings on himself retribution.

So righteousness gives life; but he who goes after evil gets death for himself.

He that diligently seeketh good, aimeth at favour, but, he that studieth mischief, it shall come on himself.

No man will make himself safe through evil-doing; but the root of upright men will never be moved.

There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nothing: there is that maketh himself poor, yet hath great riches.

Whoso despiseth the word bringeth destruction on himself; But he that feareth the commandment shall be rewarded.

No one has knowledge of a man's grief but himself; and a strange person has no part in his joy.

The backslider in heart shall be filled with his own ways: and a good man shall be satisfied from himself.

The simple inherit folly, but, the shrewd, crowneth himself with knowledge.

He who despises his neighbor sins [against God, his fellowman, and himself], but happy (blessed and fortunate) is he who is kind and merciful to the poor.

He who refuses and ignores instruction and correction despises himself, but he who heeds reproof gets understanding.

The highway of the upright, it turns from evil, he who guards himself keeps his way.

A man without sense gives his hand in an agreement, and makes himself responsible before his neighbour.

He who loves strife and is quarrelsome loves transgression and involves himself in guilt; he who raises high his gateway and is boastful and arrogant invites destruction.

A sinner takes an offering out of his robe, to get a decision for himself in a cause.

Through desire a man, having separated himself, seeketh and intermeddleth with all wisdom.

He who is loose and slack in his work is brother to him who is a destroyer and he who does not use his endeavors to heal himself is brother to him who commits suicide.

The righteous accuseth himself first of all; if his neighbour come, he shall find him.

The terror of a king is as the roaring of a lion; whoever provokes him to anger or angers himself against him sins against his own life.

Take a man's clothing if he makes himself responsible for a strange man, and get an undertaking from him who gives his word for strange men.

A false witness shall perish; but he that will be content to hear, shall always have power to speak himself.

Thorns and snares are in the way of the perverse: he that keepeth his soul holdeth himself far from them.

for the LORD himself will defend their cause, and do violence unto them that have used violence.

For their redeemer is strong, he himself will plead their cause against you.

He who plans to do evil for himself, they will call [him] "master of mischief."

Though thou say, Lo! we knew not this, Shall not, he that proveth hearts, himself, discern? And, he that formeth thy soul, himself, know? and bring back to a son of earth according to his deed?

Give a foolish man a foolish answer, or he will seem wise to himself.

Like as the door turneth about upon the threshold, even so doth the slothful welter himself in his bed.

The hater of work seems to himself wiser than seven men who are able to give an answer with good sense.

He that passeth by, and vexeth himself with strife belonging not to him, Is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

He who hates pretends with his lips, but stores up deceit within himself.

Whoever digs a pit [for another man's feet] shall fall into it himself, and he who rolls a stone [up a height to do mischief], it will return upon him.

Take a man's clothing if he makes himself responsible for a strange man, and get an undertaking from him who gives his word for strange men.

He who keeps secret the secret of his friend, will get himself a name for good faith.

As the refining pot for silver and the furnace for gold [bring forth all the impurities of the metal], so let a man be in his trial of praise [ridding himself of all that is base or insincere; for a man is judged by what he praises and of what he boasts].

Whoso causeth the righteous to go astray in an evil way, he shall fall himself into his own pit: but the upright shall have good things in possession.

When the righteous rejoice, there is great glory, but when the wicked rise, the sane man hides himself.

The prince who has no sense is a cruel ruler; but he who has no desire to get profit for himself will have long life.

When lawless men rise, a common man will hide himself, but, when they perish, righteous men multiply.

He that shareth with a thief, hateth himself, an oath, he heareth, yet may not tell.