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For in vain the net is spread in the sight of anything which hath wings.

So are the ways of every one that is greedy of gain; which taketh away the life of the owners thereof.

To deliver thee from the strange woman, even from the stranger which flattereth with her words;

I have taught you in the way of skillful and godly Wisdom [which is comprehensive insight into the ways and purposes of God]; I have led you in paths of uprightness.

Let thine eyes look upon that which is right, and let thine eyelids straighten thy path before thee.

There are six things which Jehovah hateth; Yea, seven which are an abomination unto him:

But if he is taken in the act he will have to give back seven times as much, giving up all his property which is in his house.

That they may keep thee from the strange woman, from the stranger which flattereth with her words.

For wisdom is better than jewels, and all things which may be desired are nothing in comparison with her.

I wisdom dwell with prudence, and find the knowledge which cometh of reflection.

Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled.

Knowledge is stored up by the wise, but the mouth of the foolish man is a destruction which is near.

A man shall be commended according to his Wisdom [godly Wisdom, which is comprehensive insight into the ways and purposes of God], but he who is of a perverse heart shall be despised.

A simple man which laboureth and worketh, is better than one that is gorgeous and lacketh bread.

In the sin of the lips is a net which takes the sinner, but the upright man will come out of trouble.

Satisfied desire is sweet to a person; therefore it is hateful and exceedingly offensive to [self-confident] fools to give up evil [upon which they have set their hearts].

The Wisdom [godly Wisdom, which is comprehensive insight into the ways and purposes of God] of the prudent is to understand his way, but the folly of [self-confident] fools is to deceive.

The backslider in heart [from God and from fearing God] shall be filled with [the fruit of] his own ways, and a good man shall be satisfied with [the fruit of] his ways [with the holy thoughts and actions which his heart prompts and in which he delights].

The crown of the wise is their wisdom, but that which distinguishes fools is their folly.

Wisdom resteth in the heart of him that hath understanding: but that which is in the midst of fools is made known.

The ear that heareth the reproof which giveth life, in the midst of the wise, shall remain.

Righteous lips are the delight of kings, and they love him that speaks that which is right.

An evil doer gives heed to false lips, and a liar gives ear to the tongue which curses.

The gift a stone of grace in the, eyes of him possessing it: to all which it shall turn it shall prosper.

It is certainly not good to condemn the just, nor to smite princes for doing that which is upright.

To respect the person of the wicked so that the righteous loses that which is rightfully his is not good.

He that gets wisdom loves his own soul; he keeps intelligence that he might find that which is good.

That which maketh a man to be desired is his kindness; And a poor man is better than a liar.

Cease, my son, to hear the instruction which causeth to stray from the words of knowledge.

A wise man scales the city walls of the mighty and brings down the stronghold in which they trust.

He who sows iniquity will reap calamity and futility, and the rod of his wrath [with which he smites others] will fail.

If you have nothing with which to pay, why should he take your bed from under you?

When thou sittest to eat with a ruler, Thou considerest diligently that which is before thee,

The morsel which thou hast eaten shalt thou vomit up, and lose thy sweet words.

If thou wilt say, "I knew not of it"; Thinkest thou that he which made the hearts, doth not consider it? And that he which regardeth thy soul, seeth it not? Shall not he recompense every man according to his works?

My son, eat thou honey, because it is good; and the honeycomb, which is sweet to thy taste:

For their calamity shall rise suddenly, and who knows the punishment and ruin which both [the Lord and the king] will bring upon [the rebellious]?

First, make up thy work that is without, and look well unto that which thou hast in the field, and then build thine house.

Like the legs of a lame man which hang loose, so is a parable in the mouth of a fool.

Like a thorn which goes up into the hand of a man overcome by drink, so is a wise saying in the mouth of a foolish man.

Like a dog going back to the food which he has not been able to keep down, is the foolish man doing his foolish acts over again.

He who gets mixed up in a fight which is not his business, is like one who takes a dog by the ears while it is going by.

[Like] {impure silver} which overlays an earthen vessel, [so are] smooth lips and an evil heart.

Wrath is cruel, and anger is outrageous; but which is able to stand before jealousy?

Whosoever hideth her hideth the wind, and the ointment of his right hand, which bewrayeth itself.

The poor man and the oppressor have this in common: the LORD gave them both eyes with which to see.

Where there is no vision [no redemptive revelation of God], the people perish; but he who keeps the law [of God, which includes that of man] -- "blessed (happy, fortunate, and enviable) is he.

The leech hath two daughters: Give, give. There are three things never satisfied; four which say not, It is enough:

There be three things which are too wonderful for me, yea, four which I know not:

Such is the way also of a wife that breaketh wedlock, which wipeth her mouth like as when she hath eaten, and sayeth, "As for me, I have done no harm."

For three things the earth is disquieted, and for four which it cannot bear:

There be four things which are little upon the earth, but they are exceeding wise:

A lion which is strongest among beasts, and turneth not away for any;

Lest he drink, and forget that which is decreed, and alter the plea of any who are sorely oppressed.

She makes for herself coverlets, cushions, and rugs of tapestry. Her clothing is of linen, pure and fine, and of purple [such as that of which the clothing of the priests and the hallowed cloths of the temple were made].