Proverbs 17


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1 - Better A Dry Crust With Peace And Quiet Than A House Full Of Feasting, With Strife.
Proverbs 17-1 - Better A Dry Crust With Peace And Quiet Than A HoBetter A Dry Crust With Peace And Quiet Than A House Full Of Feasting, With Strife.
2 - A Wise Servant Will Rule Over A Disgraceful Son, And Will Share The Inheritance As One Of The Brothers.
Proverbs 17-2 - A Wise Servant Will Rule Over A Disgraceful Son,A Wise Servant Will Rule Over A Disgraceful Son, And Will Share The Inheritance As One Of The Brothers.
3 - The Crucible For Silver And The Furnace For Gold, But The Lord Tests The Heart.
Proverbs 17-3 - The Crucible For Silver And The Furnace For Gold,The Crucible For Silver And The Furnace For Gold, But The Lord Tests The Heart.
4 - A Wicked Man Listens To Evil Lips; A Liar Pays Attention To A Malicious Tongue.
Proverbs 17-4 - A Wicked Man Listens To Evil Lips; A Liar Pays AtA Wicked Man Listens To Evil Lips; A Liar Pays Attention To A Malicious Tongue.
5 - He Who Mocks The Poor Shows Contempt For Their Maker; Whoever Gloats Over Disaster Will Not Go Unpunished.
Proverbs 17-5 - He Who Mocks The Poor Shows Contempt For Their MaHe Who Mocks The Poor Shows Contempt For Their Maker; Whoever Gloats Over Disaster Will Not Go Unpunished.
6 - Children's Children Are A Crown To The Aged, And Parents Are The Pride Of Their Children.
Proverbs 17-6 - Children's Children Are A Crown To The Aged, AndChildren's Children Are A Crown To The Aged, And Parents Are The Pride Of Their Children.
7 - Arrogant Lips Are Unsuited To A Fool- How Much Worse Lying Lips To A Ruler!
Proverbs 17-7 - Arrogant Lips Are Unsuited To A Fool- How Much WoArrogant Lips Are Unsuited To A Fool- How Much Worse Lying Lips To A Ruler!
8 - A Bribe Is A Charm To The One Who Gives It; Wherever He Turns, He Succeeds.
Proverbs 17-8 - A Bribe Is A Charm To The One Who Gives It; WhereA Bribe Is A Charm To The One Who Gives It; Wherever He Turns, He Succeeds.
9 - He Who Covers Over An Offense Promotes Love, But Whoever Repeats The Matter Separates Close Friends.
Proverbs 17-9 - He Who Covers Over An Offense Promotes Love, ButHe Who Covers Over An Offense Promotes Love, But Whoever Repeats The Matter Separates Close Friends.
10 - A Rebuke Impresses A Man Of Discernment More Than A Hundred Lashes A Fool.
Proverbs 17-10 - A Rebuke Impresses A Man Of Discernment More ThaA Rebuke Impresses A Man Of Discernment More Than A Hundred Lashes A Fool.
11 - An Evil Man Is Bent Only On Rebellion; A Merciless Official Will Be Sent Against Him.
Proverbs 17-11 - An Evil Man Is Bent Only On Rebellion; A MercileAn Evil Man Is Bent Only On Rebellion; A Merciless Official Will Be Sent Against Him.
12 - Better To Meet A Bear Robbed Of Her Cubs Than A Fool In His Folly.
Proverbs 17-12 - Better To Meet A Bear Robbed Of Her Cubs Than ABetter To Meet A Bear Robbed Of Her Cubs Than A Fool In His Folly.
13 - If A Man Pays Back Evil For Good, Evil Will Never Leave His House.
Proverbs 17-13 - If A Man Pays Back Evil For Good, Evil Will NeveIf A Man Pays Back Evil For Good, Evil Will Never Leave His House.
14 - Starting A Quarrel Is Like Breaching A Dam; So Drop The Matter Before A Dispute Breaks Out.
Proverbs 17-14 - Starting A Quarrel Is Like Breaching A Dam; So DStarting A Quarrel Is Like Breaching A Dam; So Drop The Matter Before A Dispute Breaks Out.
15 - Acquitting The Guilty And Condemning The Innocent- The Lord Detests Them Both.
Proverbs 17-15 - Acquitting The Guilty And Condemning The InnocenAcquitting The Guilty And Condemning The Innocent- The Lord Detests Them Both.
16 - Of What Use Is Money In The Hand Of A Fool, Since He Has No Desire To Get Wisdom?
Proverbs 17-16 - Of What Use Is Money In The Hand Of A Fool, SincOf What Use Is Money In The Hand Of A Fool, Since He Has No Desire To Get Wisdom?
17 - A Friend Loves At All Times, And A Brother Is Born For Adversity.
Proverbs 17-17 - A Friend Loves At All Times, And A Brother Is BoA Friend Loves At All Times, And A Brother Is Born For Adversity.
18 - A Man Lacking In Judgment Strikes Hands In Pledge And Puts Up Security For His Neighbor.
Proverbs 17-18 - A Man Lacking In Judgment Strikes Hands In PledgA Man Lacking In Judgment Strikes Hands In Pledge And Puts Up Security For His Neighbor.
19 - He Who Loves A Quarrel Loves Sin; He Who Builds A High Gate Invites Destruction.
Proverbs 17-19 - He Who Loves A Quarrel Loves Sin; He Who BuildsHe Who Loves A Quarrel Loves Sin; He Who Builds A High Gate Invites Destruction.
20 - A Man Of Perverse Heart Does Not Prosper; He Whose Tongue Is Deceitful Falls Into Trouble.
Proverbs 17-20 - A Man Of Perverse Heart Does Not Prosper; He WhoA Man Of Perverse Heart Does Not Prosper; He Whose Tongue Is Deceitful Falls Into Trouble.
21 - To Have A Fool For A Son Brings Grief; There Is No Joy For The Father Of A Fool.
Proverbs 17-21 - To Have A Fool For A Son Brings Grief; There IsTo Have A Fool For A Son Brings Grief; There Is No Joy For The Father Of A Fool.
22 - A Cheerful Heart Is Good Medicine, But A Crushed Spirit Dries Up The Bones.
Proverbs 17-22 - A Cheerful Heart Is Good Medicine, But A CrushedA Cheerful Heart Is Good Medicine, But A Crushed Spirit Dries Up The Bones.
23 - A Wicked Man Accepts A Bribe In Secret To Pervert The Course Of Justice.
Proverbs 17-23 - A Wicked Man Accepts A Bribe In Secret To PerverA Wicked Man Accepts A Bribe In Secret To Pervert The Course Of Justice.
24 - A Discerning Man Keeps Wisdom In View, But A Fool's Eyes Wander To The Ends Of The Earth.
Proverbs 17-24 - A Discerning Man Keeps Wisdom In View, But A FooA Discerning Man Keeps Wisdom In View, But A Fool's Eyes Wander To The Ends Of The Earth.
25 - A Foolish Son Brings Grief To His Father And Bitterness To The One Who Bore Him.
Proverbs 17-25 - A Foolish Son Brings Grief To His Father And BitA Foolish Son Brings Grief To His Father And Bitterness To The One Who Bore Him.
26 - It Is Not Good To Punish An Innocent Man, Or To Flog Officials For Their Integrity.
Proverbs 17-26 - It Is Not Good To Punish An Innocent Man, Or ToIt Is Not Good To Punish An Innocent Man, Or To Flog Officials For Their Integrity.
27 - A Man Of Knowledge Uses Words With Restraint, And A Man Of Understanding Is Even-tempered.
Proverbs 17-27 - A Man Of Knowledge Uses Words With Restraint, AnA Man Of Knowledge Uses Words With Restraint, And A Man Of Understanding Is Even-tempered.
28 - Even A Fool Is Thought Wise If He Keeps Silent, And Discerning If He Holds His Tongue.
Proverbs 17-28 - Even A Fool Is Thought Wise If He Keeps Silent,Even A Fool Is Thought Wise If He Keeps Silent, And Discerning If He Holds His Tongue.


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