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Proverbs 24:9

Context
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A foolish scheme 1  is sin, and the scorner is an abomination to people. 2 

XREF

Ge 6:5; Ge 8:21; Ps 119:113; Pr 22:10; Pr 23:7; Pr 24:8; Pr 29:8; Isa 55:7; Jer 4:14; Mt 5:28; Mt 9:4; Mt 15:19; Ac 8:22; 2Co 10:5

NET © Notes

tn Heb “the scheme of folly” (NIV similar). The genitive functions as an attributive genitive, meaning “foolish scheme.” But it could also be interpreted as a genitive of source, the scheme that comes from folly (or from the fool if “folly” were metonymical).

tn Heb “to a man”; cf. CEV “Everyone hates senseless fools.”

sn This describes evil people who flout all morality and goodness; sooner or later the public will have had enough of them.



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