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Christian Community Bible

Tamaño de letra: Aumentar - Reducir - Original


1 Man’s heart makes plans but it is Yahweh who answers.
2 Although people are satisfied with all of their deeds Yahweh considers the motives.
3 Entrust all you do to Yahweh and your plans will be realized.
4 Yahweh made everything for a purpose, even the evildoer for the day of punishment.
5 Yahweh hates the arrogant heart
6 With goodness and faithfulness you atone for your sin
7 When Yahweh is pleased with a man’s conduct, he reconciles even his enemies with him.
8 Better to have little but be just than to have a great income without honesty.
9 Man’s heart seeks the right way but it is Yahweh who makes his footsteps sure.
10 The lips of the king utter or acles
11 Yahweh demands a just balance and scales
12 Kings who do evil are an abomination
13 He who judges according to justice wins the king’s favor, honest men are pleasing to him.
14 The king’s anger is a messenger of death but the wise man knows how to appease him.
15 The king’s serene countenance means life, his favor is like the spring rain.
16 Better to have acquired wisdom rather than gold, discernment rather than silver.
17 The way of the honest man is to turn away from evil
18 Pride goes before destruction, an arrogant spirit before a fall.
19 Better be humble among the lowly than share loot with the proud.
20 He who listens to the word will find happiness
21 He whose heart is wise will be proclaimed discerning
22 Good sense is a life-giving fountain to those who possess it, foolishness is the punishment of fools.
23 The wise man’s heart keeps guard over his mouth, making his words more effective.
24 Kind words are like a honeycomb: sweet to the spirit and healthy to the body.
25 To one, his way seems honest, but ultimately it leads to death.
26 The worker’s appetite works to his benefit
27 The troublemaker prepares disgrace, a scorching fire is on his lips.
28 The scoundrel stirs up trouble
29 A violent man deceives his neighbor and leads him along a path that is not good.
30 He who closes his eyes and purses his lips to plot deceit already commits evil.
31 White hairs are a magnificent crown for the one who has followed the path of virtue.
32 The patient man is to be preferred to the hero
33 Fate is thrown in the bag but the decision depends on Yahweh.