7 The person that is full, despiseth an hony combe: but vnto the hungry soule euery bitter thing is sweete.
9 As oyntment and perfume reioyce the heart, so doeth the sweetenes of a mans friend by hearty counsell.
10 Thine owne friend and thy fathers friend forsake thou not: neither enter into thy brothers house in the day of thy calamitie: for better is a neighbour that is neere, then a brother farre off.
12 A prudent man seeth the plague, and hideth himselfe: but the foolish goe on still, and are punished.
14 He that prayseth his friend with a loude voyce, rising earely in the morning, it shall be counted to him as a curse.
16 He that hideth her, hideth the winde, and she is as ye oyle in his right hand, that vttereth it selfe.
18 He that keepeth the fig tree, shall eate the fruite thereof: so he that waiteth vpon his master, shall come to honour.
21 As is the fining pot for siluer and the fornace for golde, so is euery man according to his dignitie.
22 Though thou shouldest bray a foole in a morter among wheate brayed with a pestell, yet will not his foolishnes depart from him.
25 The hey discouereth it selfe, and the grasse appeareth, and the herbes of the mountaines are gathered.
27 And let the milke of the goates be sufficient for thy foode, for the foode of thy familie, and for the sustenance of thy maydes.