Proverbs 19:1 ←
Better is the poor man whose ways are upright, than the man of wealth whose ways are twisted.
Proverbs 19:2 ←
Further, without knowledge desire is not good; and he who is over-quick in acting goes out of the right way.
Proverbs 19:3 ←
By his foolish behaviour a man's ways are turned upside down, and his heart is bitter against the Lord.
Proverbs 19:4 ←
Wealth makes a great number of friends; but the poor man is parted from his friend.
Proverbs 19:5 ←
A false witness will not go without punishment, and the breather out of deceit will not go free.
Proverbs 19:6 ←
Great numbers will make attempts to get the approval of a ruler: and every man is the special friend of him who has something to give.
Proverbs 19:7 ←
All the brothers of the poor man are against him: how much more do his friends go far from him! ...
Proverbs 19:8 ←
He who gets wisdom has love for his soul: he who keeps good sense will get what is truly good.
Proverbs 19:9 ←
A false witness will not go without punishment, and the breather out of deceit will be cut off.
Proverbs 19:10 ←
Material comfort is not good for the foolish; much less for a servant to be put over rulers.
Proverbs 19:11 ←
A man's good sense makes him slow to wrath, and the overlooking of wrongdoing is his glory.
Proverbs 19:12 ←
The king's wrath is like the loud cry of a lion, but his approval is like dew on the grass.
Proverbs 19:13 ←
A foolish son is the destruction of his father; and the bitter arguments of a wife are like drops of rain falling without end.
Proverbs 19:14 ←
House and wealth are a heritage from fathers, but a wife with good sense is from the Lord.
Proverbs 19:15 ←
Hate of work sends deep sleep on a man: and he who has no industry will go without food.
Proverbs 19:16 ←
He who keeps the law keeps his soul; but death will be the fate of him who takes no note of the word.
Proverbs 19:17 ←
He who has pity on the poor gives to the Lord, and the Lord will give him his reward.
Proverbs 19:18 ←
Give your son training while there is hope; let not your heart be purposing his death.
Proverbs 19:19 ←
A man of great wrath will have to take his punishment: for if you get him out of trouble you will have to do it again.
Proverbs 19:20 ←
Let your ear be open to suggestion and take teaching, so that at the end you may be wise.
Proverbs 19:21 ←
A man's heart may be full of designs, but the purpose of the Lord is unchanging.
Proverbs 19:22 ←
The ornament of a man is his mercy, and a poor man is better than one who is false.
Proverbs 19:23 ←
The fear of the Lord gives life: and he who has it will have need of nothing; no evil will come his way.
Proverbs 19:24 ←
The hater of work puts his hand deep into the basin, and will not even take it to his mouth again.
Proverbs 19:25 ←
When blows overtake the man of pride, the simple will get sense; say sharp words to the wise, and knowledge will be made clear to him.
Proverbs 19:26 ←
He who is violent to his father, driving away his mother, is a son causing shame and a bad name.
Proverbs 19:27 ←
A son who no longer gives attention to teaching is turned away from the words of knowledge.
Proverbs 19:28 ←
A good-for-nothing witness makes sport of the judge's decision: and the mouth of evil-doers sends out evil like a stream.
Proverbs 19:29 ←
Rods are being made ready for the man of pride, and blows for the back of the foolish.