Observations of selflove,
Proverbs 27:1 Make not thy boaste of to morow, for thou knowest not what maye happen to day. Proverbs 27:2 Let another man praise the, & not thine own mouth yea other folkes lips, & not thine. Proverbs 27:3 The stone is heuy, and the sand weyghty: but a foles wrath is heuier then then they both Proverbs 27:4 Wrath is a cruel thing, and furyousnesse is a verye tempeste: yea who is able to abyde enuye?
of true love,
Proverbs 27:5 An open rebuke is beter then a secrete loue. Proverbs 27:6 Faythfull are the woundes of a louer, but the kysses of an enemy are disceatful Proverbs 27:7 He that is ful, abhorreth an hony combe: but vnto him that is hongry, euery sower thing is swete. Proverbs 27:8 He that oft times flytteth, is like a bird þt forsaketh her nest. Proverbs 27:9 The hert is glad of a swet ointment and sauoure, but a stomake that can geue good councel, reioiseth a mans neyghboure. Proverbs 27:10 Thine owne frend, and thy fathers frend se thou forsake not, but go not into thy brothers house in tyme of thy trouble. Better is a frend at hand, then a brother far of.
of care to avoid offences,
Proverbs 27:11 My son, be wyse, and thou shalt make me a glad herte: so that I shall make answere vnto my rebukers. Proverbs 27:12 A wyse man seynge the plage wyll hyde hym selfe, as for fooles they go on styll, and suffer harme. Proverbs 27:13 Take hys garmente that is suertye for a straunger, & take a pledge of him for the vnknowne mans sake. Proverbs 27:14 He that is to hasty to prayse his neyghbour aboue measure, shalbe taken as one þt geueth hym and euel report. Proverbs 27:15 A braulling woman and the rose of the house dropping in a rainy day may wel be compared together. Proverbs 27:16 He that refrayneth her, refrayneth the wynde, and holdeth oyle fast in hys hande. Proverbs 27:17 Lyke as one yron whetteth another, so doth one man conforte another. Proverbs 27:18 Who so kepeth his fyggetre, shall enioye the fruytes therof he that wayteth vpon hys master, shal come to honoure. Proverbs 27:19 Lyke as in one water there appeare diuerse faces, euen so diuerse men haue dyuerse hertes. Proverbs 27:20 Lyke as hell and destruccyon are neuer full, euen so the eyes of men canne neuer be satysfyed. Proverbs 27:21 Siluer is tryed in the mold, and golde in the fornace and so is a man, when he is openlye praysed to his face. Proverbs 27:22 Though thou shouldest bray a foole wyth a pestell in morter like otemel, yet wyll not his folyshnesse go from hym.
and of the household care.
Proverbs 27:23 Se that thou know the number of thy catell thy selfe, and loke wel to thy flockes. Proverbs 27:24 For riches abyde not alway, & the crowne endureth not for euer. Proverbs 27:25 The hey groweth, the grasse commeth vp, & herbes are gathered in the mountaynes. Proverbs 27:26 The lambes shall clothe the, and for the gotes Proverbs 27:27 thou shalt haue goates mylcke ynough to fede the, to vpholde thy housholde, and to susteyne thy maydens.