Proverbs 26


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1 - Like Snow In Summer Or Rain In Harvest, Honor Is Not Fitting For A Fool.
Proverbs 26-1 - Like Snow In Summer Or Rain In Harvest, Honor IsLike Snow In Summer Or Rain In Harvest, Honor Is Not Fitting For A Fool.
2 - Like A Fluttering Sparrow Or A Darting Swallow, An Undeserved Curse Does Not Come To Rest.
Proverbs 26-2 - Like A Fluttering Sparrow Or A Darting Swallow, ALike A Fluttering Sparrow Or A Darting Swallow, An Undeserved Curse Does Not Come To Rest.
3 - A Whip For The Horse, A Halter For The Donkey, And A Rod For The Backs Of Fools!
Proverbs 26-3 - A Whip For The Horse, A Halter For The Donkey, AnA Whip For The Horse, A Halter For The Donkey, And A Rod For The Backs Of Fools!
4 - Do Not Answer A Fool According To His Folly, Or You Will Be Like Him Yourself.
Proverbs 26-4 - Do Not Answer A Fool According To His Folly, Or YDo Not Answer A Fool According To His Folly, Or You Will Be Like Him Yourself.
5 - Answer A Fool According To His Folly, Or He Will Be Wise In His Own Eyes.
Proverbs 26-5 - Answer A Fool According To His Folly, Or He WillAnswer A Fool According To His Folly, Or He Will Be Wise In His Own Eyes.
6 - Like Cutting Off One's Feet Or Drinking Violence Is The Sending Of A Message By The Hand Of A Fool.
Proverbs 26-6 - Like Cutting Off One's Feet Or Drinking ViolenceLike Cutting Off One's Feet Or Drinking Violence Is The Sending Of A Message By The Hand Of A Fool.
7 - Like A Lame Man's Legs That Hang Limp Is A Proverb In The Mouth Of A Fool.
Proverbs 26-7 - Like A Lame Man's Legs That Hang Limp Is A ProverLike A Lame Man's Legs That Hang Limp Is A Proverb In The Mouth Of A Fool.
8 - Like Tying A Stone In A Sling Is The Giving Of Honor To A Fool.
Proverbs 26-8 - Like Tying A Stone In A Sling Is The Giving Of HoLike Tying A Stone In A Sling Is The Giving Of Honor To A Fool.
9 - Like A Thornbush In A Drunkard's Hand Is A Proverb In The Mouth Of A Fool.
Proverbs 26-9 - Like A Thornbush In A Drunkard's Hand Is A ProverLike A Thornbush In A Drunkard's Hand Is A Proverb In The Mouth Of A Fool.
10 - Like An Archer Who Wounds At Random Is He Who Hires A Fool Or Any Passer-by.
Proverbs 26-10 - Like An Archer Who Wounds At Random Is He Who HiLike An Archer Who Wounds At Random Is He Who Hires A Fool Or Any Passer-by.
11 - As A Dog Returns To Its Vomit, So A Fool Repeats His Folly.
Proverbs 26-11 - As A Dog Returns To Its Vomit, So A Fool RepeatsAs A Dog Returns To Its Vomit, So A Fool Repeats His Folly.
12 - Do You See A Man Wise In His Own Eyes? There Is More Hope For A Fool Than For Him.
Proverbs 26-12 - Do You See A Man Wise In His Own Eyes? There IsDo You See A Man Wise In His Own Eyes? There Is More Hope For A Fool Than For Him.
13 - The Sluggard Says, "There Is A Lion In The Road, A Fierce Lion Roaming The Streets!"
Proverbs 26-13 - The Sluggard Says, "There Is A Lion In The Road,The Sluggard Says, "There Is A Lion In The Road, A Fierce Lion Roaming The Streets!"
14 - As A Door Turns On Its Hinges, So A Sluggard Turns On His Bed.
Proverbs 26-14 - As A Door Turns On Its Hinges, So A Sluggard TurAs A Door Turns On Its Hinges, So A Sluggard Turns On His Bed.
15 - The Sluggard Buries His Hand In The Dish; He Is Too Lazy To Bring It Back To His Mouth.
Proverbs 26-15 - The Sluggard Buries His Hand In The Dish; He IsThe Sluggard Buries His Hand In The Dish; He Is Too Lazy To Bring It Back To His Mouth.
16 - The Sluggard Is Wiser In His Own Eyes Than Seven Men Who Answer Discreetly.
Proverbs 26-16 - The Sluggard Is Wiser In His Own Eyes Than SevenThe Sluggard Is Wiser In His Own Eyes Than Seven Men Who Answer Discreetly.
17 - Like One Who Seizes A Dog By The Ears Is A Passer-by Who Meddles In A Quarrel Not His Own.
Proverbs 26-17 - Like One Who Seizes A Dog By The Ears Is A PasseLike One Who Seizes A Dog By The Ears Is A Passer-by Who Meddles In A Quarrel Not His Own.
18 - Like A Madman Shooting Firebrands Or Deadly Arrows
Proverbs 26-18 - Like A Madman Shooting Firebrands Or Deadly ArroLike A Madman Shooting Firebrands Or Deadly Arrows
19 - Is A Man Who Deceives His Neighbor And Says, "I Was Only Joking!"
Proverbs 26-19 - Is A Man Who Deceives His Neighbor And Says, "IIs A Man Who Deceives His Neighbor And Says, "I Was Only Joking!"
20 - Without Wood A Fire Goes Out; Without Gossip A Quarrel Dies Down.
Proverbs 26-20 - Without Wood A Fire Goes Out; Without Gossip A QWithout Wood A Fire Goes Out; Without Gossip A Quarrel Dies Down.
21 - As Charcoal To Embers And As Wood To Fire, So Is A Quarrelsome Man For Kindling Strife.
Proverbs 26-21 - As Charcoal To Embers And As Wood To Fire, So IsAs Charcoal To Embers And As Wood To Fire, So Is A Quarrelsome Man For Kindling Strife.
22 - The Words Of A Gossip Are Like Choice Morsels; They Go Down To A Man's Inmost Parts.
Proverbs 26-22 - The Words Of A Gossip Are Like Choice Morsels; TThe Words Of A Gossip Are Like Choice Morsels; They Go Down To A Man's Inmost Parts.
23 - Like A Coating Of Glaze Over Earthenware Are Fervent Lips With An Evil Heart.
Proverbs 26-23 - Like A Coating Of Glaze Over Earthenware Are FerLike A Coating Of Glaze Over Earthenware Are Fervent Lips With An Evil Heart.
24 - A Malicious Man Disguises Himself With His Lips, But In His Heart He Harbors Deceit.
Proverbs 26-24 - A Malicious Man Disguises Himself With His Lips,A Malicious Man Disguises Himself With His Lips, But In His Heart He Harbors Deceit.
25 - Though His Speech Is Charming, Do Not Believe Him, For Seven Abominations Fill His Heart.
Proverbs 26-25 - Though His Speech Is Charming, Do Not Believe HiThough His Speech Is Charming, Do Not Believe Him, For Seven Abominations Fill His Heart.
26 - His Malice May Be Concealed By Deception, But His Wickedness Will Be Exposed In The Assembly.
Proverbs 26-26 - His Malice May Be Concealed By Deception, But HiHis Malice May Be Concealed By Deception, But His Wickedness Will Be Exposed In The Assembly.
27 - If A Man Digs A Pit, He Will Fall Into It; If A Man Rolls A Stone, It Will Roll Back On Him.
Proverbs 26-27 - If A Man Digs A Pit, He Will Fall Into It; If AIf A Man Digs A Pit, He Will Fall Into It; If A Man Rolls A Stone, It Will Roll Back On Him.
28 - A Lying Tongue Hates Those It Hurts, And A Flattering Mouth Works Ruin.
Proverbs 26-28 - A Lying Tongue Hates Those It Hurts, And A FlattA Lying Tongue Hates Those It Hurts, And A Flattering Mouth Works Ruin.


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