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Geneva Bible (1599): Proverbs 9

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1 Wisedome hath built her house, and hewen out her seuen pillars.

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2 She hath killed her vitailes, drawen her wine, and prepared her table.

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3 She hath sent forth her maydens and cryeth vpon the highest places of the citie, saying,

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4 Who so is simple, let him come hither, and to him that is destitute of wisedome, she sayth,

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5 Come, and eate of my meate, and drinke of the wine that I haue drawen.

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6 Forsake your way, ye foolish, and ye shall liue: and walke in the way of vnderstanding.

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7 He that reproueth a scorner, purchaseth to himselfe shame: and he that rebuketh the wicked, getteth himselfe a blot.

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8 Rebuke not a scorner, least he hate thee: but rebuke a wise man, and he will loue thee.

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9 Giue admonition to the wise, and he will be the wiser: teache a righteous man, and he will increase in learning.

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10 The beginning of wisedome is the feare of the Lord, and the knowledge of holy things, is vnderstanding.

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11 For thy dayes shalbe multiplied by me, and the yeeres of thy life shalbe augmented.

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12 If thou be wise, thou shalt be wise for thy selfe, and if thou be a scorner, thou alone shalt suffer.

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13 A foolish woman is troublesome: she is ignorant, and knoweth nothing.

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14 But she sitteth at the doore of her house on a seate in the hie places of the citie,

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15 To call them that passe by the way, that go right on their way, saying,

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16 Who so is simple, let him come hither, and to him that is destitute of wisedome, shee sayth also,

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17 Stollen waters are sweete, and hid bread is pleasant.

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18 But he knoweth not, that ye dead are there, and that her ghestes are in the depth of hell.

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