Proverbs 25


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1 - These Are More Proverbs Of Solomon, Copied By The Men Of Hezekiah King Of Judah:
Proverbs 25-1 - These Are More Proverbs Of Solomon, Copied By TheThese Are More Proverbs Of Solomon, Copied By The Men Of Hezekiah King Of Judah:
2 - It Is The Glory Of God To Conceal A Matter; To Search Out A Matter Is The Glory Of Kings.
Proverbs 25-2 - It Is The Glory Of God To Conceal A Matter; To SeIt Is The Glory Of God To Conceal A Matter; To Search Out A Matter Is The Glory Of Kings.
3 - As The Heavens Are High And The Earth Is Deep, So The Hearts Of Kings Are Unsearchable.
Proverbs 25-3 - As The Heavens Are High And The Earth Is Deep, SoAs The Heavens Are High And The Earth Is Deep, So The Hearts Of Kings Are Unsearchable.
4 - Remove The Dross From The Silver, And Out Comes Material For The Silversmith;
Proverbs 25-4 - Remove The Dross From The Silver, And Out Comes MRemove The Dross From The Silver, And Out Comes Material For The Silversmith;
5 - Remove The Wicked From The King's Presence, And His Throne Will Be Established Through Righteousness.
Proverbs 25-5 - Remove The Wicked From The King's Presence, And HRemove The Wicked From The King's Presence, And His Throne Will Be Established Through Righteousness.
6 - Do Not Exalt Yourself In The King's Presence, And Do Not Claim A Place Among Great Men;
Proverbs 25-6 - Do Not Exalt Yourself In The King's Presence, AndDo Not Exalt Yourself In The King's Presence, And Do Not Claim A Place Among Great Men;
7 - It Is Better For Him To Say To You, "Come Up Here," Than For Him To Humiliate You Before A Nobleman. What You Have Seen With Your Eyes
Proverbs 25-7 - It Is Better For Him To Say To You, "Come Up HereIt Is Better For Him To Say To You, "Come Up Here," Than For Him To Humiliate You Before A Nobleman. What You Have Seen With Your Eyes
8 - Do Not Bring Hastily To Court, For What Will You Do In The End If Your Neighbor Puts You To Shame?
Proverbs 25-8 - Do Not Bring Hastily To Court, For What Will YouDo Not Bring Hastily To Court, For What Will You Do In The End If Your Neighbor Puts You To Shame?
9 - If You Argue Your Case With A Neighbor, Do Not Betray Another Man's Confidence,
Proverbs 25-9 - If You Argue Your Case With A Neighbor, Do Not BeIf You Argue Your Case With A Neighbor, Do Not Betray Another Man's Confidence,
10 - Or He Who Hears It May Shame You And You Will Never Lose Your Bad Reputation.
Proverbs 25-10 - Or He Who Hears It May Shame You And You Will NeOr He Who Hears It May Shame You And You Will Never Lose Your Bad Reputation.
11 - A Word Aptly Spoken Is Like Apples Of Gold In Settings Of Silver.
Proverbs 25-11 - A Word Aptly Spoken Is Like Apples Of Gold In SeA Word Aptly Spoken Is Like Apples Of Gold In Settings Of Silver.
12 - Like An Earring Of Gold Or An Ornament Of Fine Gold Is A Wise Man's Rebuke To A Listening Ear.
Proverbs 25-12 - Like An Earring Of Gold Or An Ornament Of Fine GLike An Earring Of Gold Or An Ornament Of Fine Gold Is A Wise Man's Rebuke To A Listening Ear.
13 - Like The Coolness Of Snow At Harvest Time Is A Trustworthy Messenger To Those Who Send Him; He Refreshes The Spirit Of His Masters.
Proverbs 25-13 - Like The Coolness Of Snow At Harvest Time Is A TLike The Coolness Of Snow At Harvest Time Is A Trustworthy Messenger To Those Who Send Him; He Refreshes The Spirit Of His Masters.
14 - Like Clouds And Wind Without Rain Is A Man Who Boasts Of Gifts He Does Not Give.
Proverbs 25-14 - Like Clouds And Wind Without Rain Is A Man Who BLike Clouds And Wind Without Rain Is A Man Who Boasts Of Gifts He Does Not Give.
15 - Through Patience A Ruler Can Be Persuaded, And A Gentle Tongue Can Break A Bone.
Proverbs 25-15 - Through Patience A Ruler Can Be Persuaded, And AThrough Patience A Ruler Can Be Persuaded, And A Gentle Tongue Can Break A Bone.
16 - If You Find Honey, Eat Just Enough- Too Much Of It, And You Will Vomit.
Proverbs 25-16 - If You Find Honey, Eat Just Enough- Too Much OfIf You Find Honey, Eat Just Enough- Too Much Of It, And You Will Vomit.
17 - Seldom Set Foot In Your Neighbor's House- Too Much Of You, And He Will Hate You.
Proverbs 25-17 - Seldom Set Foot In Your Neighbor's House- Too MuSeldom Set Foot In Your Neighbor's House- Too Much Of You, And He Will Hate You.
18 - Like A Club Or A Sword Or A Sharp Arrow Is The Man Who Gives False Testimony Against His Neighbor.
Proverbs 25-18 - Like A Club Or A Sword Or A Sharp Arrow Is The MLike A Club Or A Sword Or A Sharp Arrow Is The Man Who Gives False Testimony Against His Neighbor.
19 - Like A Bad Tooth Or A Lame Foot Is Reliance On The Unfaithful In Times Of Trouble.
Proverbs 25-19 - Like A Bad Tooth Or A Lame Foot Is Reliance On TLike A Bad Tooth Or A Lame Foot Is Reliance On The Unfaithful In Times Of Trouble.
20 - Like One Who Takes Away A Garment On A Cold Day, Or Like Vinegar Poured On Soda, Is One Who Sings Songs To A Heavy Heart.
Proverbs 25-20 - Like One Who Takes Away A Garment On A Cold Day,Like One Who Takes Away A Garment On A Cold Day, Or Like Vinegar Poured On Soda, Is One Who Sings Songs To A Heavy Heart.
21 - If Your Enemy Is Hungry, Give Him Food To Eat; If He Is Thirsty, Give Him Water To Drink.
Proverbs 25-21 - If Your Enemy Is Hungry, Give Him Food To Eat; IIf Your Enemy Is Hungry, Give Him Food To Eat; If He Is Thirsty, Give Him Water To Drink.
22 - In Doing This, You Will Heap Burning Coals On His Head, And The Lord Will Reward You.
Proverbs 25-22 - In Doing This, You Will Heap Burning Coals On HiIn Doing This, You Will Heap Burning Coals On His Head, And The Lord Will Reward You.
23 - As A North Wind Brings Rain, So A Sly Tongue Brings Angry Looks.
Proverbs 25-23 - As A North Wind Brings Rain, So A Sly Tongue BriAs A North Wind Brings Rain, So A Sly Tongue Brings Angry Looks.
24 - Better To Live On A Corner Of The Roof Than Share A House With A Quarrelsome Wife.
Proverbs 25-24 - Better To Live On A Corner Of The Roof Than SharBetter To Live On A Corner Of The Roof Than Share A House With A Quarrelsome Wife.
25 - Like Cold Water To A Weary Soul Is Good News From A Distant Land.
Proverbs 25-25 - Like Cold Water To A Weary Soul Is Good News FroLike Cold Water To A Weary Soul Is Good News From A Distant Land.
26 - Like A Muddied Spring Or A Polluted Well Is A Righteous Man Who Gives Way To The Wicked.
Proverbs 25-26 - Like A Muddied Spring Or A Polluted Well Is A RiLike A Muddied Spring Or A Polluted Well Is A Righteous Man Who Gives Way To The Wicked.
27 - It Is Not Good To Eat Too Much Honey, Nor Is It Honorable To Seek One's Own Honor.
Proverbs 25-27 - It Is Not Good To Eat Too Much Honey, Nor Is ItIt Is Not Good To Eat Too Much Honey, Nor Is It Honorable To Seek One's Own Honor.
28 - Like A City Whose Walls Are Broken Down Is A Man Who Lacks Self-control.
Proverbs 25-28 - Like A City Whose Walls Are Broken Down Is A ManLike A City Whose Walls Are Broken Down Is A Man Who Lacks Self-control.


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