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of the Lord are ten thousand | the Lord, and that there is times brighter than the sun, nothing sweeter than to take beholding all the ways of heed unto the commandmen, and considering the ments of the Lord. most secret parts.
1 28 It is great glory to fol20 He knew all things erellow the Lord, and to be reever they were created : foceived of him is long life. also after they were perfected, he looked upon them
CHAP. XXIV. all.
VI TISDOM shall praise 21 This man shall be pu V herself, and shall nished in the streets of the glory in the midst of her city; and where he suspecteth people. not, he shall be taken. 29 In the congregation
22 Thus shall it go also of the most High shall she with the wife that leaveth open her mouth, and triumph her husband, and bringeth in before his power. an heir by another.
3 I came out of the mouth 239 For first, the hath of the most High, and codisobeyed the law of the most vered the earth as a cloud. High; and secondly, she 49 I dwelt in high places, hath trespassed against her and my throne is in a cloudy own husband; and thirdly, 1 pillar. she hath played the whore in 5 I alone compassed the adultery, and brought chil. circuit of heaven, and walkdren by another man. ed in the bottom of the
24 She shall be brought deep. out into the congregation, 16 In the waves of the sea, and inquisition shall be made and in all the earth, and in of her children.
every people, and nation, I 25 Her children shall not got a poffeffion. take root, and her branches 7 With all these I fought Thall bring forth no fruit. rest: and in whose inheri
26 She shall leave her me- tance shall I abide ? mory to be cursed, and her 8 So the Creator of all reproach shall not be blot- things gave me a commandted out.
ment, and he that made me 27 And they that remain caused my tabernacle to rest, shall know that there is no- and said, Let thy dwelling be thing better than the fear of in Jacob, and thine inheri.
tance in Israel.
my flowers are the fruit of
10 In the holy tabernacle ledge, and holy hope; I
II Likewise in the be- which are named of him.
fill yourselves with my fruits.
the book of the covenant of
him : for the Lord Almigh-
- with his wisdom, as Phison,
26 g He
269 He maketh the under-'|the love of neighbours, a man standing to abound like Eu- and a wife that agree to phrates, and as Jordan in the gether. time of the harvest. T2 Three sorts of men my
27 He, maketh the doc-soul hateth, and I am greattrine of knowledge appear as ly offended at their life: a the light, and as Geon in the poor man that is proud, a time of vintage. is rich man that is a liar, and
28 The first man knew an old adulterer that duteth. her not perfectly: no more 3 If thou hast gathered shall the last find her out. nothing in thy youth, how
29. For her thoughts are canst thou find any thing in more than the sea, and her thine age ? counsels profounder than the | 4 Oh, how comely a great deep.
thing is judgment for grey 30 I also came out as a hairs, and for ancient men to brook from a river, and as a know counsel ! conduit into a garden. I 5 Oh, how comely is the
31 I said, I will water my wisdom of old men, and un. best garden, and will water derstanding and counsel to abundantly my garden-bed : men of honour! and lo, my brook became al 6 Much experience is the river, and my river became crown of old men, and the a fea.
fear of God is their glory. 32 I will yet make doctrine 7 There be nine things to shine as the morning, and which I have judged in mine will send forth her light afar heart to be happy, and the off.
tenth I will utter with my 33 I will yet pour out tongue : A man that hath doctrine as prophecy, and joy of his children, and he leave it to all ages for ever. that liveth to see the fall of
34 Behold, that I have not his enemy. laboured for myself only, but 8 Well is him that dwelleth for all them that seek wisdom. with a wife of understand
ing, and that hath not slipCHAP. XXV.
ped with his tongue, and that TN three things I was beau-hath not served a man more I tified, and stood up beau- unworthy than himself: tiful, both before God and 9 Well is him that hath men: the unity of brethren, found prudence, and he that
speaketh speaketh in the ears of them, bitterly. that will hear :
19 All wickedness is but 10 Oh, how great is he little to the wickedness of a that findeth wisdom! yet is woman: let the portion of a there none above him that finner fall upon her. feareth the Lord.
1 20 As the climbing of a 11 But the love of the sandy way is to the feet of the Lord pafleth all things for aged, so is a wife full of illumination; he that hold, words to a quiet man. eth it, whereto shall he be 21 Stumble not at the likened?
beauty of a woman, and de12 Tbe fear of the Lord fire her not for pleasure. is the beginning of his love: 22 A woman, if the main. ani faith is the beginning of tain her husband, is full of cleaving unto him.
anger, impudence, and much 137 [Give me ] any reproach. plague, but the plague of the 23 A wicked woman aheart: and any wickedness, bateth the courage, maketh but the wickedness of a wo- a heavy countenance, and man:
a wounded heart: a woman 14 And any affliction, but that will not comfort her the affliction from them that husband in distress, makhate me: and any revenge, eth weak hands and feeble but the revenge of ene-knees. mies.
24 Of the woman came 15 There is no head above the beginning of fin, and the head of a serpent; and through her we all die. there is no wrath above the 25 Give the water no wrath of an enemy.
passage: neither a wicked 16 I had rather dwell with woman liberty to gad a. a lion and a dragon, than to broad. keep house with a wicked 26 If she go not as thou woman. .
wouldest have her, cut her 17 The wickedness of a off from thy Aesh, and give woman changeth her face, her a bill of divorce, and let and darkeneth her counte- her go. nance like sackcloth.
CHAP. XXVI. 18 Her husband shall fit among his neighbours; and DLESSED is the man when he heareth it, shall figh| that hath a virtuous
wife, for the number of his lids. days shall be double.
10 If thy daughter be 2 A virtuous woman re- Thameless, keep her in straitjoiceth her husband, and he ly, left she abuse herself Thall fulfil the years of his life through over-much liberty. in peace.
II Watch over an impu3 A good wife is a good dent eye: and marvel not if portion, which shall be giv- the trespass against thee. en in the portion of them that 13 The grace of a wife fear the Lord.
delighteth her husband, and 4 Whether a man be rich her discretion will fatten his or poor, if he have a good bones. heart toward the Lord, he 14 A silent and loving wofhall at times rejoice with a man is a gift of the Lord : cheerful countenance and there is nothing so much
5 There be three things worth as a mind well inthat mine heart feareth; and structed. for the fourth I was fore a-1 15 A shame-faced and fraid: the slander of a city, faithful woman is a double the gathering together of an grace, and her continent unruly multitude, and a false mind cannot be valued. accusation : all these are worse 16 As the sun when it arithan death.
feth in the high heavens; fo 6 But a grief of heart and is the beauty of a good wife sorrow is a woman that is in the ordering of her house. jealous over another woman, 17 As the clear light is and a scourge of the tongue upon the holy candleitick; which communicateth with fo is the beauty of the face all.
. in ripe age. 7 An evil wife is a yoke 18 As the golden pillars Thaken to and fro: he that are upon the sockets of filhath hold of her, is as though ver; so are the fair feet with he held a scorpion.
a constant heart. 8 A drunken woman, and 19 My-fon, keep the flowagadder abroad, causeth greater of thine, age found; and anger, and the will not cover give not thy strength to stranher own shame.
Igers. 9 The whoredom of a 20 When thou hast gotwoman may be known in ten a fruitful posseffion her haughty looks, and eye. I through all the field, low it