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Ecclesiastes

Chapter 10

  1. 1. Dead
    H4194
    flies
    H2070
    cause the ointment
    H8081
    of the apothecary
    H7543
    to send forth
    H5042
    a stinking savour:
    H887
    so doth a little
    H4592
    folly
    H5531
    him that is in reputation
    H3368
    for wisdom
    H2451
    and honour.
    H3519
  2. 2. A wise man's
    H2450
    heart
    H3820
    is at his right hand;
    H3225
    but a fool's
    H3684
    heart
    H3820
    at his left.
    H8040
  3. 3. Yea also, when he that is a fool
    H5530
    walketh
    H1980
    by the way,
    H1870
    his wisdom
    H3820
    faileth
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    him, and he saith
    H559
    to every one that he is a fool.
    H5530
  4. 4. If the spirit
    H7307
    of the ruler
    H4910
    rise up
    H5927
    against thee, leave
    H3240
    not thy place;
    H4725
    for yielding
    H4832
    pacifieth
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    great
    H1419
    offences.
    H2399
  5. 5. There is
    H3426
    an evil
    H7451
    which I have seen
    H7200
    under the sun,
    H8121
    as an error
    H7684
    which proceedeth
    H3318
    from
    H6440
    the ruler:
    H7989
  6. 6. Folly
    H5529
    is set
    H5414
    in great
    H7227
    dignity,
    H4791
    and the rich
    H6223
    sit
    H3427
    in low place.
    H8216
  7. 7. I have seen
    H7200
    servants
    H5650
    upon horses,
    H5483
    and princes
    H8269
    walking
    H1980
    as servants
    H5650
    upon the earth.
    H776
  8. 8. He that diggeth
    H2658
    a pit
    H1475
    shall fall
    H5307
    into it; and whoso breaketh
    H6555
    an hedge,
    H1447
    a serpent
    H5175
    shall bite
    H5391
    him.
  9. 9. Whoso removeth
    H5265
    stones
    H68
    shall be hurt
    H6087
    therewith; and he that cleaveth
    H1234
    wood
    H6086
    shall be endangered
    H5533
    thereby.
  10. 10. If the iron
    H1270
    be blunt,
    H6949
    and he do not whet
    H7043
    the edge,
    H6440
    then must he put
    H1396
    to more strength:
    H2428
    but wisdom
    H2451
    is profitable
    H3504
    to direct.
    H3787
  11. 11. Surely the serpent
    H5175
    will bite
    H5391
    without enchantment;
    H3908
    and a babbler
    H1167
    is
    H3956
    no better.
    H3504
  12. 12. The words
    H1697
    of a wise man's
    H2450
    mouth
    H6310
    are gracious;
    H2580
    but the lips
    H8193
    of a fool
    H3684
    will swallow up
    H1104
    himself.
  13. 13. The beginning
    H8462
    of the words
    H1697
    of his mouth
    H6310
    is foolishness:
    H5531
    and the end
    H319
    of his talk
    H6310
    is mischievous
    H7451
    madness.
    H1948
  14. 14. A fool
    H5530
    also is full
    H7235
    of words:
    H1697
    a man
    H120
    cannot tell
    H3045
    what shall be; and what shall be after
    H310
    him, who can tell
    H5046
    him?
  15. 15. The labour
    H5999
    of the foolish
    H3684
    wearieth
    H3021
    every one of them, because he knoweth
    H3045
    not how to go
    H3212
    to the city.
    H5892
  16. 16. Woe
    H337
    to thee, O land,
    H776
    when thy king
    H4428
    is a child,
    H5288
    and thy princes
    H8269
    eat
    H398
    in the morning!
    H1242
  17. 17. Blessed
    H835
    art thou, O land,
    H776
    when thy king
    H4428
    is the son
    H1121
    of nobles,
    H2715
    and thy princes
    H8269
    eat
    H398
    in due season,
    H6256
    for strength,
    H1369
    and not for drunkenness!
    H8358
  18. 18. By much slothfulness
    H6103
    the building
    H4746
    decayeth;
    H4355
    and through idleness
    H8220
    of the hands
    H3027
    the house
    H1004
    droppeth through.
    H1811
  19. 19. A feast
    H3899
    is made
    H6213
    for laughter,
    H7814
    and wine
    H3196
    maketh merry:
    H8055
    H2416
    but money
    H3701
    answereth
    H6030
    all things.
  20. 20. Curse
    H7043
    not the king,
    H4428
    no not in thy thought;
    H4093
    and curse
    H7043
    not the rich
    H6223
    in thy bedchamber:
    H4904
    H2315
    for a bird
    H5775
    of the air
    H8064
    shall carry
    H3212
    the voice,
    H6963
    and that which hath
    H1167
    wings
    H3671
    shall tell
    H5046
    the matter.
    H1697

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