2 Timothy 3:4
[They will be] treacherous [betrayers], rash, [and] inflated with self-conceit. [They will be] lovers of sensual pleasures and vain amusements more than and rather than lovers of God.
But unstable and boiling over like water, you shall not excel and have the preeminence [of the firstborn], because you went to your father's bed; you defiled it -- "he went to my couch!
Or if anyone unthinkingly swears he will do something, whether to do evil or good, whatever it may be that a man shall pronounce rashly taking an oath, then, when he becomes aware of it, he shall be guilty in either of these.
For they provoked [Moses'] spirit, so that he spoke unadvisedly with his lips.
For now it would be heavier than the sand of the sea; therefore my words have been rash and wild,
Why does your heart carry you away [why allow yourself to be controlled by feeling]? And why do your eyes flash [in anger or contempt],
And the mind of the rash will understand knowledge and have good judgment, and the tongue of the stammerers will speak readily and plainly.
A wise man suspects danger and cautiously avoids evil, but the fool bears himself insolently and is [presumptuously] confident.