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The intentions of the heart 1 belong to a man, 2 but the answer of the tongue 3 comes from 4 the Lord. 5
A foolish scheme 1 is sin, and the scorner is an abomination to people. 2
The Lord God made garments from skin 1 for Adam and his wife, and clothed them.
Is my 1 complaint against a man? 2 If so, 3 why should I not be impatient? 4
As in water the face is reflected as a face, 1 so a person’s heart 2 reflects the person.
What benefit 1 do people 2 get from all the effort which 3 they expend 4 on earth? 5
And he said to mankind, ‘The fear of the Lord 1 – that is wisdom, and to turn away from evil is understanding.’” 2
If there is an angel beside him, one mediator 1 out of a thousand, to tell a person what constitutes his uprightness; 2
What does a man acquire from all his labor and from the anxiety that accompanies his toil on earth? 1
The more one argues with words, the less he accomplishes. 1 How does that benefit him? 2
Lord, we know that people do not control their own destiny. 1 It is not in their power to determine what will happen to them. 2
I will bring distress on the people 1 and they will stumble 2 like blind men, for they have sinned against the Lord. Their blood will be poured out like dirt; their flesh 3 will be scattered 4 like manure.
For no one knows what is best for a person during his life 1 – during the few days of his fleeting life – for 2 they pass away 3 like a shadow. Nor can anyone tell him what the future will hold for him on earth. 4
He told the judges, “Be careful what you do, 1 for you are not judging for men, but for the Lord, who will be with you when you make judicial decisions.
If you say, “But we did not know about this,” does not the one who evaluates 1 hearts consider? Does not the one who guards your life know? Will he not repay each person according to his deeds? 2
So I loathed all the fruit of 1 my effort, 2 for which I worked so hard 3 on earth, 4 because 5 I must leave it 6 behind 7 in the hands of my successor. 8
A man uses it to make a fire; 1 he takes some of it and warms himself. Yes, he kindles a fire and bakes bread. Then he makes a god and worships it; he makes an idol and bows down to it. 2
The Lord said to him, “Who gave 1 a mouth to man, or who makes a person mute or deaf or seeing or blind? Is it not I, the Lord? 2
King David said to the entire assembly: “My son Solomon, the one whom God has chosen, is just an inexperienced young man, 1 and the task is great, for this palace is not for man, but for the Lord God.
I got up during the night, along with a few men who were with me. But I did not tell anyone what my God was putting on my heart to do for Jerusalem. There were no animals with me, except for the one 1 I was riding.