You can skip to local navigation, content or closing (global) navigation.

Geneva Bible (1599): Proverbs 12

Verse Navigation

add

1 He that loueth instruction, loueth knowledge: but he that hateth correction, is a foole.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

2 A good man getteth fauour of the Lord: but the man of wicked immaginations will hee condemne.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

3 A man cannot be established by wickednesse: but the roote of the righteous shall not be mooued.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

4 A vertuous woman is the crowne of her husband: but she that maketh him ashamed, is as corruption in his bones.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

5 The thoughtes of the iust are right: but the counsels of the wicked are deceitfull.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

6 The talking of the wicked is to lye in waite for blood: but the mouth of the righteous will deliuer them.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

7 God ouerthroweth the wicked, and they are not: but the house of the righteous shall stand.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

8 A man shall be commended for his wisedome: but the froward of heart shalbe despised.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

9 He that is despised, and is his owne seruant, is better then he that boasteth himselfe and lacketh bread.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

10 A righteous man regardeth the life of his beast: but the mercies of the wicked are cruell.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

11 He that tilleth his lande, shalbe satisfied with bread: but he that followeth the idle, is destitute of vnderstanding.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

12 The wicked desireth the net of euils: but the roote of the righteous giueth fruite.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

13 The euill man is snared by the wickednesse of his lips, but the iust shall come out of aduersitie.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

14 A man shalbe satiate with good things by the fruite of his mouth, and the recompence of a mans hands shall God giue vnto him.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

15 The way of a foole is right in his owne eyes: but he that heareth counsell, is wise.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

16 A foole in a day shall be knowen by his anger: but he that couereth shame, is wise.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

17 He that speaketh trueth, will shewe righteousnes: but a false witnes vseth deceite.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

18 There is that speaketh wordes like the prickings of a sworde: but the tongue of wise men is health.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

19 The lip of trueth shall be stable for euer: but a lying tongue varieth incontinently.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

20 Deceite is in the heart of them that imagine euill: but to the counsellers of peace shall be ioye.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

21 There shall none iniquitie come to the iust: but the wicked are full of euill.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

22 The lying lips are an abomination to the Lord: but they that deale truely are his delite.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

23 A wise man concealeth knowledge: but the heart of the fooles publisheth foolishnes.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

24 The hand of the diligent shall beare rule: but the idle shalbe vnder tribute.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

25 Heauines in the heart of man doeth bring it downe: but a good worde reioyceth it.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

26 The righteous is more excellent then his neighbour: but the way of the wicked will deceiue them.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

27 The deceitfull man rosteth not, that hee tooke in hunting: but the riches of the diligent man are precious.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK

add

28 Life is in the way of righteousnesse, and in that path way there is no death.

add·KJB·GBGN·JG·MH·TSK