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Proverbs 26.23
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1 Honor doesn't go with fools any more than snow with summer or rain with harvest.
Psaumes 12.8, Proverbes 26.8, Proverbes 17.7, Psaumes 15.4, Proverbes 28.16, Proverbes 19.10, Ecclésiaste 10.5-10.7, Juges 9.56-9.57, Juges 9.20, Juges 9.7, Psaumes 52.1, Esther 3.1-3.15, Esther 4.6, Esther 4.9, 1 Samuel 12.17-12.18, Proverbes 26.3,
2 Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow, an unfair curse will not land on its intended victim.
Nombres 23.8, 2 Samuel 16.12, 1 Samuel 14.28-14.29, Néhémie 13.2, Deutéronome 23.4-23.5, 1 Samuel 17.43, Psaumes 109.28, Proverbes 27.8,
3 Guide a horse with a whip, a donkey with a bridle, and a fool with a rod to his back!
Psaumes 32.9, Proverbes 10.13, 1 Corinthiens 4.21, Proverbes 17.10, Proverbes 19.25, Proverbes 19.29, 2 Corinthiens 10.6, Proverbes 27.22, Juges 8.5-8.7, 2 Corinthiens 13.2,
4 When arguing with fools, don't answer their foolish arguments, or you will become as foolish as they are.
Proverbes 17.14, 2 Samuel 19.41-19.43, 1 Pierre 2.21-2.23, 1 Pierre 3.9, Proverbes 26.5, 1 Rois 12.14, Juges 12.1-12.6, Jude 1.9, Esaïe 36.21, 2 Rois 14.8-14.10, 1 Rois 12.16,
5 When arguing with fools, be sure to answer their foolish arguments, or they will become wise in their own estimation.
Romains 12.16, Proverbes 28.11, Matthieu 16.1-16.4, Romains 11.25, 1 Rois 22.24-22.28, Jean 9.26-9.33, Esaïe 5.21, Proverbes 26.4, Jean 8.7, Proverbes 26.12, Matthieu 15.1-15.3, Matthieu 21.23-21.27, Luc 12.13-12.21, Tite 1.13, Proverbes 3.7, Jérémie 36.17-36.18, Luc 13.23-13.30, Matthieu 22.15-22.32,
6 Trusting a fool to convey a message is as foolish as cutting off one's feet or drinking poison!
Proverbes 13.17, Proverbes 10.26, Proverbes 25.13, Nombres 13.31,
7 In the mouth of a fool, a proverb becomes as limp as a paralyzed leg.
Matthieu 7.4-7.5, Proverbes 26.9, Psaumes 50.16-50.21, Psaumes 64.8, Luc 4.23, Proverbes 17.7,
8 Honoring a fool is as foolish as tying a stone to a slingshot.
Proverbes 26.1, Proverbes 30.22, Proverbes 19.10,
9 A proverb in a fool's mouth is as dangerous as a thornbush brandished by a drunkard.
Proverbes 23.35,
10 An employer who hires a fool or a bystander is like an archer who shoots recklessly.
Proverbes 11.31, Romains 2.6,
11 As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his folly.
Exode 8.15, 2 Pierre 2.22, Matthieu 12.45,
12 There is more hope for fools than for people who think they are wise.
Proverbes 29.20, Matthieu 21.31, 1 Corinthiens 3.18-3.19, Romains 12.16, Proverbes 28.11, Proverbes 26.5, Luc 7.44, Proverbes 3.7, Proverbes 22.29, Luc 18.11, Apocalypse 3.17, 2 Corinthiens 8.1-8.2, Proverbes 26.16,
13 The lazy person is full of excuses, saying, "I can't go outside because there might be a lion on the road! Yes, I'm sure there's a lion out there!"
Proverbes 22.13, Proverbes 19.15, Proverbes 15.19,
14 As a door turns back and forth on its hinges, so the lazy person turns over in bed.
Hébreux 6.12, Proverbes 6.9-6.10, Proverbes 12.27, Proverbes 12.24, Proverbes 24.33,
15 Some people are so lazy that they won't lift a finger to feed themselves.
Proverbes 19.24,
16 Lazy people consider themselves smarter than seven wise counselors.
1 Pierre 3.15, Proverbes 26.12, Proverbes 12.15,
17 Yanking a dog's ears is as foolish as interfering in someone else's argument.
Proverbes 20.3, Proverbes 17.11, 2 Timothée 2.23-2.24, Luc 12.14, Proverbes 18.6,
18 Just as damaging as a mad man shooting a lethal weapon
Esaïe 50.11, Proverbes 25.18, Genèse 49.23, Proverbes 7.23,
19 is someone who lies to a friend and then says, "I was only joking."
Ephésiens 5.4, Proverbes 10.23, Proverbes 14.9, 2 Pierre 2.13, Proverbes 15.21,
20 Fire goes out for lack of fuel, and quarrels disappear when gossip stops.
Proverbes 16.28, Proverbes 22.10, Jacques 3.6, Proverbes 26.22,
21 A quarrelsome person starts fights as easily as hot embers light charcoal or fire lights wood.
Proverbes 15.18, Proverbes 29.22, 1 Rois 12.2-12.3, 1 Rois 12.20, 2 Samuel 20.1, Proverbes 10.12, Psaumes 120.4, Proverbes 30.33,
22 What dainty morsels rumors are— but they sink deep into one's heart.
Proverbes 18.8, Proverbes 20.19, Ezéchiel 22.9,
23 Smooth words may hide a wicked heart, just as a pretty glaze covers a common clay pot.
Luc 22.47-22.48, Luc 11.39, Ezéchiel 33.31, Proverbes 25.4, Proverbes 10.18, Matthieu 23.27, 2 Samuel 20.9-20.10,
24 People with hate in their hearts may sound pleasant enough, but don't believe them.
Proverbes 12.20, Proverbes 12.5, Proverbes 12.17, Proverbes 10.18, Psaumes 41.6, Proverbes 11.1, Proverbes 14.8,
25 Though they pretend to be kind, their hearts are full of all kinds of evil.
Proverbes 6.16-6.19, Jérémie 12.6, Psaumes 28.3, Jérémie 9.2-9.8, Matthieu 24.23, Psaumes 12.2, Michée 7.5,
26 While their hatred may be concealed by trickery, it will finally come to light for all to see.
Genèse 4.8, 2 Samuel 13.22-13.28, Psaumes 55.21-55.23, 1 Samuel 18.21, 2 Samuel 3.27-3.30, 1 Samuel 18.17,
27 If you set a trap for others, you will get caught in it yourself. If you roll a boulder down on others, it will roll back and crush you.
Proverbes 28.10, Esther 7.10, Psaumes 9.15, Psaumes 7.15-7.16, Psaumes 10.2, Psaumes 57.6, Ecclésiaste 10.8,
28 A lying tongue hates its victims, and flattery causes ruin.
Proverbes 29.5, Jean 8.40, Jean 10.32-10.33, Jean 15.22-15.24, Jean 8.44-8.49, Luc 20.20-20.21, Proverbes 7.5, Proverbes 7.21-7.23, Proverbes 6.24,

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