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He deprives the trusted advisers 1 of speech 2 and takes away the discernment 3 of elders.
The sluggard is wiser in his own estimation 1 than seven people who respond with good sense. 2
And the people went about and gathered it, and ground it with mills or pounded it in mortars; they baked it in pans and made cakes of it. It tasted like fresh olive oil. 1
Teach me proper discernment 1 and understanding! For I consider your commands to be reliable. 2
Like a gold ring 1 in a pig’s snout 2 is 3 a beautiful woman who rejects 4 discretion. 5
Can food that is tasteless 1 be eaten without salt? Or is there any taste in the white 2 of an egg?
The house of Israel 1 called its name “manna.” 2 It was like coriander seed and was white, and it tasted 3 like wafers with honey.
He altered his behavior in their presence. 1 Since he was in their power, 2 he pretended to be insane, making marks on the doors of the gate and letting his saliva run down his beard.
Praised be your good judgment! May you yourself be rewarded 1 for having prevented me this day from shedding blood and taking matters into my own hands!
Written by David, when he pretended to be insane before Abimelech, causing the king to send him away. 2 I will praise 3 the Lord at all times; my mouth will continually praise him. 4
“From its earliest days Moab has lived undisturbed. It has never been taken into exile. Its people are like wine allowed to settle undisturbed on its dregs, never poured out from one jar to another. They are like wine which tastes like it always did, whose aroma has remained unchanged. 1
He issued a proclamation and said, 1 “In Nineveh, by the decree of the king and his nobles: No human or animal, cattle or sheep, is to taste anything; they must not eat and they must not drink water.