Proverbs 29


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1 - A Man Who Remains Stiff-necked After Many Rebukes Will Suddenly Be Destroyed-without Remedy.
Proverbs 29-1 - A Man Who Remains Stiff-necked After Many RebukesA Man Who Remains Stiff-necked After Many Rebukes Will Suddenly Be Destroyed-without Remedy.
2 - When The Righteous Thrive, The People Rejoice; When The Wicked Rule, The People Groan.
Proverbs 29-2 - When The Righteous Thrive, The People Rejoice; WhWhen The Righteous Thrive, The People Rejoice; When The Wicked Rule, The People Groan.
3 - A Man Who Loves Wisdom Brings Joy To His Father, But A Companion Of Prostitutes Squanders His Wealth.
Proverbs 29-3 - A Man Who Loves Wisdom Brings Joy To His Father,A Man Who Loves Wisdom Brings Joy To His Father, But A Companion Of Prostitutes Squanders His Wealth.
4 - By Justice A King Gives A Country Stability, But One Who Is Greedy For Bribes Tears It Down.
Proverbs 29-4 - By Justice A King Gives A Country Stability, ButBy Justice A King Gives A Country Stability, But One Who Is Greedy For Bribes Tears It Down.
5 - Whoever Flatters His Neighbor Is Spreading A Net For His Feet.
Proverbs 29-5 - Whoever Flatters His Neighbor Is Spreading A NetWhoever Flatters His Neighbor Is Spreading A Net For His Feet.
6 - An Evil Man Is Snared By His Own Sin, But A Righteous One Can Sing And Be Glad.
Proverbs 29-6 - An Evil Man Is Snared By His Own Sin, But A RightAn Evil Man Is Snared By His Own Sin, But A Righteous One Can Sing And Be Glad.
7 - The Righteous Care About Justice For The Poor, But The Wicked Have No Such Concern.
Proverbs 29-7 - The Righteous Care About Justice For The Poor, BuThe Righteous Care About Justice For The Poor, But The Wicked Have No Such Concern.
8 - Mockers Stir Up A City, But Wise Men Turn Away Anger.
Proverbs 29-8 - Mockers Stir Up A City, But Wise Men Turn Away AnMockers Stir Up A City, But Wise Men Turn Away Anger.
9 - If A Wise Man Goes To Court With A Fool, The Fool Rages And Scoffs, And There Is No Peace.
Proverbs 29-9 - If A Wise Man Goes To Court With A Fool, The FoolIf A Wise Man Goes To Court With A Fool, The Fool Rages And Scoffs, And There Is No Peace.
10 - Bloodthirsty Men Hate A Man Of Integrity And Seek To Kill The Upright.
Proverbs 29-10 - Bloodthirsty Men Hate A Man Of Integrity And SeeBloodthirsty Men Hate A Man Of Integrity And Seek To Kill The Upright.
11 - A Fool Gives Full Vent To His Anger, But A Wise Man Keeps Himself Under Control.
Proverbs 29-11 - A Fool Gives Full Vent To His Anger, But A WiseA Fool Gives Full Vent To His Anger, But A Wise Man Keeps Himself Under Control.
12 - If A Ruler Listens To Lies, All His Officials Become Wicked.
Proverbs 29-12 - If A Ruler Listens To Lies, All His Officials BeIf A Ruler Listens To Lies, All His Officials Become Wicked.
13 - The Poor Man And The Oppressor Have This In Common: The Lord Gives Sight To The Eyes Of Both.
Proverbs 29-13 - The Poor Man And The Oppressor Have This In CommThe Poor Man And The Oppressor Have This In Common: The Lord Gives Sight To The Eyes Of Both.
14 - If A King Judges The Poor With Fairness, His Throne Will Always Be Secure.
Proverbs 29-14 - If A King Judges The Poor With Fairness, His ThrIf A King Judges The Poor With Fairness, His Throne Will Always Be Secure.
15 - The Rod Of Correction Imparts Wisdom, But A Child Left To Himself Disgraces His Mother.
Proverbs 29-15 - The Rod Of Correction Imparts Wisdom, But A ChilThe Rod Of Correction Imparts Wisdom, But A Child Left To Himself Disgraces His Mother.
16 - When The Wicked Thrive, So Does Sin, But The Righteous Will See Their Downfall.
Proverbs 29-16 - When The Wicked Thrive, So Does Sin, But The RigWhen The Wicked Thrive, So Does Sin, But The Righteous Will See Their Downfall.
17 - Discipline Your Son, And He Will Give You Peace; He Will Bring Delight To Your Soul.
Proverbs 29-17 - Discipline Your Son, And He Will Give You Peace;Discipline Your Son, And He Will Give You Peace; He Will Bring Delight To Your Soul.
18 - Where There Is No Revelation, The People Cast Off Restraint; But Blessed Is He Who Keeps The Law.
Proverbs 29-18 - Where There Is No Revelation, The People Cast OfWhere There Is No Revelation, The People Cast Off Restraint; But Blessed Is He Who Keeps The Law.
19 - A Servant Cannot Be Corrected By Mere Words; Though He Understands, He Will Not Respond.
Proverbs 29-19 - A Servant Cannot Be Corrected By Mere Words; ThoA Servant Cannot Be Corrected By Mere Words; Though He Understands, He Will Not Respond.
20 - Do You See A Man Who Speaks In Haste? There Is More Hope For A Fool Than For Him.
Proverbs 29-20 - Do You See A Man Who Speaks In Haste? There Is MDo You See A Man Who Speaks In Haste? There Is More Hope For A Fool Than For Him.
21 - If A Man Pampers His Servant From Youth, He Will Bring Grief In The End.
Proverbs 29-21 - If A Man Pampers His Servant From Youth, He WillIf A Man Pampers His Servant From Youth, He Will Bring Grief In The End.
22 - An Angry Man Stirs Up Dissension, And A Hot-tempered One Commits Many Sins.
Proverbs 29-22 - An Angry Man Stirs Up Dissension, And A Hot-tempAn Angry Man Stirs Up Dissension, And A Hot-tempered One Commits Many Sins.
23 - A Man's Pride Brings Him Low, But A Man Of Lowly Spirit Gains Honor.
Proverbs 29-23 - A Man's Pride Brings Him Low, But A Man Of LowlyA Man's Pride Brings Him Low, But A Man Of Lowly Spirit Gains Honor.
24 - The Accomplice Of A Thief Is His Own Enemy; He Is Put Under Oath And Dare Not Testify.
Proverbs 29-24 - The Accomplice Of A Thief Is His Own Enemy; He IThe Accomplice Of A Thief Is His Own Enemy; He Is Put Under Oath And Dare Not Testify.
25 - Fear Of Man Will Prove To Be A Snare, But Whoever Trusts In The Lord Is Kept Safe.
Proverbs 29-25 - Fear Of Man Will Prove To Be A Snare, But WhoeveFear Of Man Will Prove To Be A Snare, But Whoever Trusts In The Lord Is Kept Safe.
26 - Many Seek An Audience With A Ruler, But It Is From The Lord That Man Gets Justice.
Proverbs 29-26 - Many Seek An Audience With A Ruler, But It Is FrMany Seek An Audience With A Ruler, But It Is From The Lord That Man Gets Justice.
27 - The Righteous Detest The Dishonest; The Wicked Detest The Upright.
Proverbs 29-27 - The Righteous Detest The Dishonest; The Wicked DThe Righteous Detest The Dishonest; The Wicked Detest The Upright.


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