Proverbs 9:1 Wysdome hath buylded her selfe an house, & hewen out seuen pyllers: Proverbs 9:2 she hath kylled her vitayles, powred out her wyne, & prepared her table. Proverbs 9:3 She hath sent forth her maydens to crye vpon þe hyest place of the cytie:
and doctrine of wisdom.
Proverbs 9:4 Who so is ignoraunt, let hym come hyther. And to the vnwyse she sayde: Proverbs 9:5 O come on your waye, eate my bread, and drincke my wyne, which I haue poured out for you. Proverbs 9:6 Forsake ignoraunce, and ye shall lyue: and se that ye go in the waye of vnderstandynge. Proverbs 9:7 Who so reproueth a scornefull personne, getteth him selfe dishonoure: and he that rebuketh the vngodly, stayneth him selfe. Proverbs 9:8 Reproue not a scorner lest he owe the euell wyll: but rebuke a wyse man, and he wyll loue the. Proverbs 9:9 Geue a discrete man but an occasyon, and he wylbe þe wyser: teache a ryghteous man, and he wyll increase in knowledge. Proverbs 9:10 The feare of the Lorde is þe beginnynge of wysdome, & the knowledge of holy thynges is vnderstandynge. Proverbs 9:11 For thorowe me thy dayes shalbe prolonged, and the yeares of thy lyfe shalbe many. Proverbs 9:12 If thou be wyse, thy wisdome shall do thy selfe good but yf thou thynkest scorne therof, it shalbe thyne awne harme.
Proverbs 9:13 A folyshe restlesse woman, full of wordes, and soch a one as hath no knowledge, Proverbs 9:14 sytteth at þe dore of her house, and in the hye places of the cyte, Proverbs 9:15 to call soch as go by, and that walke streyght in theyr wayes.
and error of folly.
Proverbs 9:16 Who so is ignoraunt (sayth she) let hym come hyther, and to the vnwyse she sayeth: Proverbs 9:17 stollen waters are swete, and þe bread that is preuely eaten, hath a good taste. Proverbs 9:18 And he doth not consydre, that they are but deed which be there, and that her gestes are in the depe of hell.