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Proverbs 30

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one The words of Agur, the son of Jakeev. Inspirational sayings [which] this man said to Ifiel, Ifiel, and Ukul:
2 truly, I’m more ignorant than any of the people, and I don’t have a human mind,
3 and I did not learn wisdom, and I have no knowledge of saints.
4 Who ascended to heaven and descended? Who gathered the wind in his handfuls? who tied water into clothes? who set all the borders of the earth? what is his name? and what name is his son? Do you know?
5 Every word of God is pure; He is a shield to those who trust in Him.
6 Do not add to His words that He does not convict you, and that you are not a liar.

7 Two things I ask You, do not refuse me before I die:
eight remove vanity and falsehood from me, do not give me poverty and wealth, feed me daily bread,
nine so that, fed up, I do not deny [You] and say: `` who is the Lord? '' and that, impoverished, he did not steal and use the name of my God in vain.

ten Do not slander the servant before his master, lest he curse you, and you do not remain guilty.
eleven There is a kind that curses his father and does not bless his mother.
12 There is a kind that is pure in its eyes, while it is not washed from its uncleanness.
thirteen There is a kind - oh, how arrogant his eyes are, and how his eyelashes are raised!
fourteen There is a kind in which teeth have swords and jaws have knives to devour the poor on the earth and the poor between people.

fifteen Insatiable have two daughters: `` come on, come on! '' Here are three insatiables, and four who will not say: `Enough! '
sixteen The underworld and the womb are barren, a land that is not saturated with water, and a fire that does not say: `` Enough! ''
17 The eye, mocking the father and neglecting humility to the mother, will peck out the ravens, and the eagles will devour the chicks!

18 Three things are incomprehensible to me, and four I do not understand:
19 the path of an eagle in the sky, the path of a snake on a rock, the path of a ship among the sea and the path of a man to a damsel.
twenty Such is the way of an adulterous wife; ate and wiped her mouth, and says: `I have done nothing wrong. '
21 Three shakes the earth, four it cannot carry:
22 slave when he is made king; stupid when he eats bread to the full;
23 a shameful woman when she gets married, and a maid when she takes the place of her mistress.

24 Here are four small ones on earth, but they are wiser than the wise:
25 ants - the people are not strong, but in the summer they procure their food;
26 mountain mice - weak people, but put their houses on a rock;
27 the locust does not have a king, but all of her appears harmoniously;
28 the spider clings with its paws, but it happens in the royal palace.

29th Here three have a slender gait, and four slender perform:
thirty a lion, a strong man between animals, will not stand before anyone;
31 a horse and a goat, and a king among his people.
32 If you made stupidity in your arrogance and thought evil, then put your hand on your mouth;
33 because just as churning milk produces oil, a push in the nose produces blood, so arousal of anger produces a quarrel.

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