1898 Young's Literal Translation (YLT)
1 From this chapter to the five and twentieth are sundry observations of moral virtues, and their contrary vices.
22:1 ¶ A name is chosen rather than much wealth, Than silver and than goldgood grace.
22:3 The prudent hath seen the evil, and is hidden, And the simple have passed on, and are punished.
22:5 Thornssnares [are] in the way of the perverse, Whoso is keeping his soul is far from them.
22:6 Give instruction to a youth about his way, Even when he is old he turneth not from it.
22:7 The rich over the poor ruleth, And a servant [is] the borrower to the lender.
22:8 Whoso is sowing perverseness reapeth sorrow, And the rod of his anger weareth out.
22:9 The good of eyehe is blessed, For he hath given of his bread to the poor.
22:10 Cast out a scornerand contention goeth out, And strife and shame cease.
22:11 Whoso is loving cleanness of heart, Grace [are] his lips, a king [is] his friend.
22:13 The slothful hath said, 'A lion [is] without, In the midst of the broad places I am slain.'
22:15 Folly is bound up in the heart of a youth, The rod of chastisement putteth it far from him.
22:16 He is oppressing the poor to multiply to him, He is giving to the richonly to want.
22:17 Incline thine ear, and hear words of the wise, And thy heart set to my knowledge,
22:18 For they are pleasant when thou dost keep them in thy heart, They are prepared together for thy lips.
22:20 Have I not written to thee three times With counsels and knowledge?
22:21 To cause thee to know the certainty of sayings of truth, To return sayings of truth to those sending thee.
22:22 Rob not the poor because he [is] poor, And bruise not the afflicted in the gate.
22:24 Shew not thyself friendly with an angry man, And with a man of fury go not in,
22:25 Lest thou learn his paths, And have received a snare to thy soul.
22:26 Be not thou among those striking hands, Among sureties [for] burdens.
22:27 If thou hast nothing to pay, Why doth he take thy bed from under thee?
22:28 Remove not a border of olden times, That thy fathers have made.
22:29 Hast thou seen a man speedy in his business? Before kings he doth station himself, He stations not himself before obscure men!
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