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The one who is slow to anger has great understanding, but the one who has a quick temper 1 exalts 2 folly.
In the house 1 of the righteous is abundant wealth, 2 but the income of the wicked brings trouble. 3
Better 1 is little with the fear of the Lord than great wealth and turmoil 2 with it. 3
A good name 1 is to be chosen 2 rather than great wealth, good favor 3 more than silver or gold.
Like an archer who wounds at random, 1 so is the one who hires 2 a fool or hires any passer-by.
A faithful person 1 will have an abundance of blessings, but the one who hastens 2 to gain riches will not go unpunished.
The one who gives to the poor will not lack, 1 but whoever shuts his eyes to them 2 will receive 3 many curses. 4
An angry person 1 stirs up dissension, and a wrathful person 2 is abounding in transgression. 3
But he 1 left behind some of the poor 2 and gave them fields and vineyards.
Then a powerful king 1 will arise, exercising great authority and doing as he pleases.
We have plenty of straw and feed,” she added, 1 “and room for you 2 to spend the night.”
But Esau said, “I have plenty, my brother. Keep what belongs to you.”
Then Israel said, “Enough! My son Joseph is still alive! I will go and see him before I die.”
He said 1 to his people, “Look at 2 the Israelite people, more numerous and stronger than we are!
A mixed multitude 1 also went up with them, and flocks and herds – a very large number of cattle. 2
The Lord our God spoke to us at Horeb and said, “You have stayed 1 in the area of this mountain long enough.
“You have circled around this mountain long enough; now turn north.
“You will take much seed to the field but gather little harvest, because locusts will consume it.
Then David crossed to the other side and stood on the top of the hill some distance away; there was a considerable distance between them.
The whole Babylonian army that came with the captain of the royal guard tore down the walls that surrounded Jerusalem.