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No king is delivered by his vast army; a warrior is not saved by his great might.
Just as dreams come when there are many cares, 1 so 2 the rash vow 3 of a fool occurs 4 when there are many words.
When worries threaten to overwhelm me, 1 your soothing touch makes me happy. 2
She persuaded him 1 with persuasive words; 2 with her smooth talk 3 she compelled him. 4
With great power God 1 grasps my clothing; 2 he binds me like the collar 3 of my tunic.
When words abound, transgression is inevitable, 1 but the one who restrains 2 his words 3 is wise.
When there is no guidance 1 a nation falls, but there is success 2 in the abundance of counselors.
A king’s glory is 1 the abundance of people, but the lack of subjects 2 is the ruin 3 of a ruler.
for with guidance you wage your war, and with numerous advisers there is victory. 1
By your great skill 1 in trade you have increased your wealth, and your heart is proud because of your wealth.
But as for me, 1 because of your great faithfulness I will enter your house; 2 I will bow down toward your holy temple as I worship you. 3
Condemn them, 1 O God! May their own schemes be their downfall! 2 Drive them away 3 because of their many acts of insurrection, 4 for they have rebelled against you.
“Look, here is the man who would not make 1 God his protector! He trusted in his great wealth and was confident about his plans to destroy others.” 2
Say to God: “How awesome are your deeds! Because of your great power your enemies cower in fear 1 before you.
For with great wisdom comes 1 great frustration; whoever increases his 2 knowledge merely 3 increases his 4 heartache.
Just as there is futility in many dreams, so also in many words. 1 Therefore, fear God!
Send 1 your grain 2 overseas, 3 for after many days you will get a return. 4
You will probably ask yourself, 1 ‘Why have these things happened to me? Why have I been treated like a disgraced adulteress whose skirt has been torn off and her limbs exposed?’ 2 It is because you have sinned so much. 3
Damascus was your trade partner because of the abundance of your goods and of all your wealth: wine from Helbon, white wool from Zahar,
When your products went out from the seas, you satisfied many peoples; with the abundance of your wealth and merchandise you enriched the kings of the earth.