1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
1 From this chapter to the five and twentieth are sundry observations of moral virtues, and their contrary vices.
22:1 ¶ More choice, is a name, than great riches, beyond silver and gold, is pleasant grace.
22:3 ¶ A prudent man, seeth calamity, and hideth himself, but, the simple, pass on, and suffer.
22:5 ¶ Thorns and snares, are in the way of the perverse,he that guardeth his soul, shall be far from them.
22:6 ¶ Train up a youth, in the direction of his duty, even when he becometh old, he will not depart from it.
22:7 ¶ The rich, over the poor, beareth rule,and, slave, is the borrower to the lender.
22:8 ¶ He that soweth perversity, shall reap trouble, and, the rod of his wrath, shall be ready.
22:9 ¶ A benevolent eye, the same, shall be blessed,because he hath given of his bread to the poor.
22:10 ¶ Drive away the scoffer, that strife may depart, and quarrel, and contempt may cease.
22:13 ¶ Saith the sluggard, A lion outside! Amidst the broadways, shall I be slain.
22:15 ¶ Foolishness, is bound up in the heart of a youth, the rod of correction, shall drive it far from him.
22:16 ¶ He that oppresseth the poor, to make increase for himself, giving to the rich, shall surely come to want.
22:17 ¶ Incline thine ear and hear the words of wise men, then, thy heart, wilt thou apply to my teaching;
22:18 For sweet shall they be, when thou shalt keep them in thine inmost mind, they shall fit well together, upon thy lips.
22:20 Have I not written for thee noble things, with counsels and knowledge:
22:21 To cause thee to know the meaning of faithful sayings, that thou mayest give back faithful sayings to them who ask thee.
22:22 ¶ Do not rob the poor, because he is poor, neither crush thou the oppressed in the gate;
22:24 ¶ Do not have friendship with one given to anger, and, with a wrathful man, shall thou not enter in:
22:25 Lest thou learn his ways, and take a snare to thy soul.
22:26 ¶ Be not of them who strike hands, of them who are sureties for debts:
22:27 If thou hast nothing to pay, why should one take away thy bed from under thee?
22:28 ¶ Do not move back the ancient boundary, which thy father's made.
22:29 ¶ Seest thou a man prompt in his business? before kings, shall he stand, he shall not stand before men who are obscure.
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