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(0.45)Ecc 4:5

The fool folds his hands and does no work, so he has nothing to eat but his own flesh.

(0.45)Ecc 7:7

Surely oppression can turn a wise person into a fool; likewise, a bribe corrupts the heart.

(0.45)1Co 1:22

For Jews demand miraculous signs and Greeks ask for wisdom,

(0.42)Ecc 10:1

One dead fly makes the perfumer’s ointment give off a rancid stench, so a little folly can outweigh much wisdom.

(0.41)Isa 19:11

The officials of Zoan are nothing but fools; Pharaoh’s wise advisers give stupid advice. How dare you say to Pharaoh, “I am one of the sages, one well-versed in the writings of the ancient kings?”

(0.41)Lam 2:14

נ (Nun) Your prophets saw visions for you that were worthless lies. They failed to expose your sin so as to restore your fortunes. They saw oracles for you that were worthless lies.

(0.39)2Co 11:21

(To my disgrace I must say that we were too weak for that!) But whatever anyone else dares to boast about (I am speaking foolishly), I also dare to boast about the same thing.

(0.37)Pro 5:23

He will die because there was no discipline; because of the greatness of his folly he will reel.

(0.37)Pro 10:10

The one who winks his eye causes trouble, and the one who speaks foolishness will come to ruin.

(0.37)Pro 13:16

Every shrewd person acts with knowledge, but a fool displays his folly.

(0.37)Pro 15:21

Folly is a joy to one who lacks sense, but one who has understanding follows an upright course.

(0.37)Pro 16:22

Insight is like a life-giving fountain to the one who possesses it, but folly leads to the discipline of fools.

(0.37)Pro 17:12

It is better for a person to meet a mother bear being robbed of her cubs, than to encounter a fool in his folly.

(0.37)Pro 26:8

Like tying a stone in a sling, so is giving honor to a fool.

(0.37)Pro 26:11

Like a dog that returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his folly.

(0.37)Pro 28:26

The one who trusts in his own heart is a fool, but the one who walks in wisdom will escape.

(0.37)Ecc 2:13

I realized that wisdom is preferable to folly, just as light is preferable to darkness:

(0.37)Ecc 9:17

The words of the wise are heard in quiet, more than the shouting of a ruler is heard among fools.

(0.37)Ecc 10:6

Fools are placed in many positions of authority, while wealthy men sit in lowly positions.

(0.37)Ecc 10:14

yet a fool keeps on babbling. No one knows what will happen; who can tell him what will happen in the future?