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Geneva Bible (1599): Proverbs 30

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1 THE WORDS OF AGUR THE SONNE OF JAKEH. The prophecie which ye man spake vnto Ithiel, euen to Ithiel, and Vcal.

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2 Surely I am more foolish then any man, and haue not the vnderstanding of a man in me.

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3 For I haue not learned wisedome, nor atteined to the knowledge of holy things.

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4 Who hath ascended vp to heauen, and descended? Who hath gathered the winde in his fist? Who hath bound the waters in a garment? Who hath established all the endes of the world? What is his name, and what is his sonnes name, if thou canst tell?

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5 Euery worde of God is pure: he is a shield to those, that trust in him.

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6 Put nothing vnto his wordes, least he reproue thee, and thou be found a lyar.

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7 Two things haue I required of thee: denie me them not before I die.

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8 Remooue farre from me vanitie and lyes: giue me not pouertie, nor riches: feede me with foode conuenient for me,

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9 Least I be full, and denie thee, and say, Who is the Lord? or least I be poore and steale, and take the Name of my God in vaine.

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10 Accuse not a seruant vnto his master, lest he curse thee, when thou hast offended.

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11 There is a generation that curseth their father, and doeth not blesse their mother.

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12 There is a generation that are pure in their owne conceite, and yet are not washed from their filthinesse.

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13 There is a generation, whose eies are hautie, and their eye liddes are lifted vp.

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14 There is a generation, whose teeth are as swordes, and their chawes as kniues to eate vp the afflicted out of the earth, and the poore from among men.

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15 The horse leache hath two daughters which crye, Giue, giue. There be three things that will not be satisfied: yea, foure that say not, It is ynough.

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16 The graue, and the barren wombe, the earth that cannot be satisfied with water, and the fire that sayeth not, It is ynough.

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17 The eye that mocketh his father and despiseth the instruction of his mother, let ye rauens of the valley picke it out, and the yong eagles eate it.

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18 There be three thinges hid from me: yea, foure that I knowe not,

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19 The way of an eagle in the aire, the way of a serpent vpon a stone, ye way of a ship in ye middes of the sea, and the way of a man with a maide.

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20 Such is ye way also of an adulterous woman: she eateth and wipeth her mouth, and sayth, I haue not committed iniquitie.

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21 For three things the earth is moued: yea, for foure it cannot susteine it selfe:

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22 For a seruant when he reigneth, and a foole when he is filled with meate,

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23 For the hatefull woman, when she is married, and for a handmaid that is heire to her mistres.

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24 These be foure small things in the earth, yet they are wise and full of wisedome:

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25 The pismires a people not strong, yet prepare they their meate in sommer:

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26 The conies a people not mightie, yet make their houses in the rocke:

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27 The grashopper hath no King, yet goe they forth all by bandes:

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28 The spider taketh holde with her handes, and is in Kings palaces.

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29 There be three thinges that order well their going: yea, foure are comely in going,

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30 A lyon which is strong among beastes, and turneth not at the sight of any:

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31 A lusty grayhound, and a goate, and a King against whom there is no rising vp.

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32 If thou hast bene foolish in lifting thy selfe vp, and if thou hast thought wickedly, lay thine hand vpon thy mouth.

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33 When one churneth milke, he bringeth foorth butter: and he that wringeth his nose, causeth blood to come out: so he that forceth wrath, bringeth foorth strife.

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