Young's Literal Translation

Proverbs 18

Sundry observations of moral virtues, and their contrary vices (10-24).

Proverbs 18:1 For [an object of] desire he who is separated doth seek, With all wisdom he intermeddleth. Proverbs 18:2 A fool delighteth not in understanding, But—in uncovering his heart. Proverbs 18:3 With the coming of the wicked come also hath contempt, And with shame—reproach. Proverbs 18:4 Deep waters [are] the words of a man's mouth, The fountain of wisdom [is] a flowing brook. Proverbs 18:5 Acceptance of the face of the wicked [is] not good, To turn aside the righteous in judgment. Proverbs 18:6 The lips of a fool enter into strife, And his mouth for stripes calleth. Proverbs 18:7 The mouth of a fool [is] ruin to him, And his lips [are] the snare of his soul. Proverbs 18:8 The words of a tale-bearer [are] as self-inflicted wounds, And they have gone down [to] the inner parts of the heart. Proverbs 18:9 He also that is remiss in his work, A brother he [is] to a destroyer. Proverbs 18:10 A tower of strength [is] the name of Jehovah, Into it the righteous runneth, and is set on high. Proverbs 18:11 The wealth of the rich [is] the city of his strength, And as a wall set on high in his own imagination. Proverbs 18:12 Before destruction the heart of man is high, And before honour [is] humility. Proverbs 18:13 Whoso is answering a matter before he heareth, Folly it is to him and shame. Proverbs 18:14 The spirit of a man sustaineth his sickness, And a smitten spirit who doth bear? Proverbs 18:15 The heart of the intelligent getteth knowledge, And the ear of the wise seeketh knowledge. Proverbs 18:16 The gift of a man maketh room for him, And before the great it leadeth him. Proverbs 18:17 Righteous [is] the first in his own cause, His neighbour cometh and hath searched him. Proverbs 18:18 The lot causeth contentions to cease, And between the mighty it separateth. Proverbs 18:19 A brother transgressed against is as a strong city, And contentions as the bar of a palace. Proverbs 18:20 From the fruit of a man's mouth is his belly satisfied, [From the] increase of his lips he is satisfied. Proverbs 18:21 Death and life [are] in the power of the tongue, And those loving it eat its fruit. Proverbs 18:22 [Whoso] hath found a wife hath found good, And bringeth out good-will from Jehovah. Proverbs 18:23 [With] supplications doth the poor speak, And the rich answereth fierce things. Proverbs 18:24 A man with friends [is] to show himself friendly, And there is a lover adhering more than a brother!

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