martes, 10 de junio de 2008
my underlined Psalms and Proverbs
(9,8) reprove a wise man, and he will love you.
(9,12) If you are wise, it is to your own advantage; and if you are arrogant, you alone shall bear it.
(10,4) The slack hand impoverishes, but the hand of the diligent enriches.
(10,5) A son who fills the granaries in summer is a credit; a son who slumbers during harvest, a disgrace
(11,21) Truly the evil man shall not go unpunished, but those who are just shall escape.
(12, 4) A worthy wife is the crown of her husband, but a disgraceful one is like rot in his bones.
(13,4) The soul of the sluggard craves in vain, but the diligent soul is amply satisfied.