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Proverbs chapter 13 (part 1) - Desires of the diligent are fully satisfied # ise sayings of !olo"on
Proverbs chapter 13. Summary: Wise person listens to instructions, but scoffer/mocker refuse correction. Be slow in speech, think twice before we speak, to avoid offending other people. The la y person desires much but achieves nothing due to his la iness, but the diligent person will surely become rich. The righteous person hates falsehood and lies. !o not live lu"uriously on credit, showing off the riches, yet owing huge debt. #ride will cause strife, but the wise listens to advice and reach agreeable solution. Wealth gained dishonestly will not last, but wealth gained through work and fair business will grow more and more. !o not set unrealistically high hope or ambition to avoid frustration.

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A wise son heeds his father’s instruction, but a mocker does not respond to rebukes. (Proverbs 13:1) (N !) A wise son hears his father’s instruction, but a scoffer does not "isten to rebuke. (Proverbs 13:1) (#$!) A wise son heeds his father’s instruction, %ut a scoffer does not "isten to rebuke. (Proverbs 1&:1) (N'(!)

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A wise person will listen to the instruction of a wiser person. A wise person is receptive to reproof, correction, and alternative viewpoints. A wise person is open-minded to consider other people's ideas. A scoffer/mocker is too proud to accept rebuke, reproof or correction.

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This proud scoffer/mocker is right in his own eyes, and reluctant to accept other points of views, alternative ideas. To be receptive to instruction and reproof, we must have the humility and the open mind. & A man sha"" eat we"" b) the fruit of his mouth, %ut the sou" of the unfaithfu" feeds on vio"ence. 3 *e who +uards his mouth preserves his "ife, But he who opens wide his "ips sha"" have destruction. (Proverbs 13:&,3) (N'(!) & -rom the fruit of his mouth a +ood man eats +ood, but the desire of the treacherous is for vio"ence. 3 *e who +uards his mouth preserves his "ife. he who opens wide his "ips comes to ruin. (Proverbs 13:&,3) (#$!)

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The output and words of the good man are good things, such as good deeds, profitable business, successful career, respect and honour. The bad, unfaithful, treacherous man, on the other hand, has many evil desires which will bring violence and troubles to himself and other people. The good man who is wise to guard his lips and careful with his words will not be offending his friends and enemies. When confronted with enemies, his careful words will mitigate and lower the anger of his enemies, causing himself less trouble, even preserving his own life.

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!e who guards his lips will think twice before he speaks, and careful with his speech. !e is aware of the potential of adverse impact if wrong words and intonation are used. Those who speak rashly and react too hastily will end up saying the wrong things, offending friends and relatives. ften offending other people may himself to ruin and destruction, to be unfriended by friends, to be hated by enemies. 1 A s"u++ard’s appetite is never fi""ed, but the desires of the di"i+ent are fu"") satisfied. (Proverbs 13:1) (N !) 1 0he sou" of the s"u++ard craves, and +ets nothin+, whi"e the sou" of the di"i+ent is rich") supp"ied. (Proverbs 13:1) (#$!) 1 0he sou" of a "a2) man desires, and has nothin+. %ut the sou" of the di"i+ent sha"" be made rich. (Proverbs 13:1) (N'(!) The sluggish and la"y person may have many wishes and wants, but is too la"y to work hard to earn the money, eventually not getting his wishes and wants. The la"y person is a procrastinator, la"ing around, fantasi"ing, but not seriously putting his hands and minds into what he aims to do. All the ambitions of the la"y person is #ust an empty daydream, which could be reali"ed if he works at it, but unfortunately he is too la"y to do it. n the contrary, the diligent and hardworking person is willing to invest his time and energy into his work and business, hence achieving success, earning the money to get what he wants and wishes. With diligence and good financial intelligence, the diligent is surely gathering riches and wealth. The misery and shame of the slothful. $ee how foolish and absurd they

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are% they desire the gains which the diligent get, but they hate the pains which the diligent take% they covet every thing that is to be coveted, but will do nothing that is to be done. 3 A ri+hteous man hates ")in+, %ut a wicked man is "oathsome and comes to shame. 4 #i+hteousness +uards him whose wa) is b"ame"ess, %ut wickedness overthrows the sinner. (Proverbs 13:3,4) (N'(!) 3 A ri+hteous man hates fa"sehood, but a wicked man acts shamefu"") and dis+racefu""). 4 #i+hteousness +uards him whose wa) is upri+ht, but sin overthrows the wicked. (Proverbs 13:3,4) (#$!) The righteous person hates lying and falsehood. !e likes to say the right things, hear the right things. !e makes decisions based on facts and figures, not based on rumours, gossips, and slanders. n the contrary, the wicked person feels shameless to lie and slander, to spread false news, to spread untrue rumour and gossips. The righteous person lives in godly and upright ways, good ways that are pleasing to &od and other people. 'ut the wicked person lives a life of sin, such as falsehood.
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5 0here is one who makes himse"f rich, )et has nothin+. And one who makes himse"f poor, )et has +reat riches. (Proverbs 13:5) (N'(!) 5 6ne man pretends to be rich, )et has nothin+. another pretends to be poor, )et has +reat wea"th. (Proverbs 13:5) (#$!) 5 6ne person pretends to be rich, )et has nothin+. another pretends to be poor, )et has +reat wea"th. (Proverbs 13:5) (N !)

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The lesson of humility and low profile. ne man lives lu(uriously, drives lu(ury cars, stays in an e(pensive house, wears high fashion, wears e(pensive watch and #ewellery, and yet has huge debts. Another man lives more simply, drives a good non-lu(ury car, stays in a comfortable house, wears normal-priced clothes and watch, and yet has big amount of cash in the bank. There is no need to brag and show off one's riches. )ot wise to compare and keep up with *oneses. +o not overspend on credit. 'ut rather live in simple yet comfortable manner, in realistic lifestyle, save up the e(tra money rather than wasting on e(pensive, lu(ury items. ,ertaining to spiritual riches. &race is the riches of the soul% it is true riches% but men commonly misrepresent themselves, either designedly or through mistake and ignorance of themselves. -. There are many presuming hypocrites, that are really poor and empty of grace and yet either think themselves rich, and will not be convinced of their poverty, or pretend themselves rich, and will not own their poverty. .. There are many timorous trembling /hristians, that are spiritually rich, and full of grace, and yet think themselves poor, and will not be persuaded that they are rich, or, at least, will not own it% by their doubts and fears, their complaints and griefs, they make themselves poor. 7 0he ransom of a man’s "ife is his wea"th, but a poor man has no means of redemption.8a9 (Proverbs 13:7) (#$!) 7 A person’s riches ma) ransom their "ife, but the poor cannot respond to threatenin+ rebukes. (Proverbs 13:7) (N !) 0n time of war, when the enemies have captured the city, the enemies will focus on the rich, sei"ing their property, money and riches. The lives of the rich people are endangered during captivity. The poor hear not rebuke, are not censured, reproached, accused, nor brought into trouble, as the rich are% for nobody thinks it worth while to take notice of them. When the rich *ews were carried captives to 'abylon the poor of the land were left, . 1gs. .23-.

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9 The light of the righteous rejoices, But the lamp of the wicked will be put out. (Proverbs 13 9! ("#$%! 9 The light of the righteous shi&es brightl', but the lamp of the wicked is s&uffed out. (Proverbs 13 9! ("(%! For the righteous, there is much joy and rejoicing. The road ahead (the future) for the righteous is bright and positive. The righteous can see a good future ahead. On the contrary, the wicked faces lack of joy. depression and stress. For the wicked, his road ahead is dim and not easy. 1) *here there is strife, there is pride, but wisdom is fou&d i& those who take advice. (Proverbs 13 1)! ("(%! 1) B' pride comes &othi&g but strife, But with the well+advised is wisdom. (Proverbs 13 1)! ("#$%! 1) B' i&sole&ce the heedless make strife, but with those who take advice is wisdom. (Proverbs 13 1)! (,-%! ecause of pride, a person refuse to listen to other people!s ideas and points of view. ecause of pride, a person refuse to peaceable agreement. ecause of pride, a person refuses to discuss and negotiate. "ride will cause strife, arguments, and #uarrels. On the contrary, the wise person is humble and willing to listen to advice of other people. The wise and humble person is willing to see from other people!s viewpoints and consider other people!s ideas, hence, avoiding strife. The wise person has much higher chance of coming to an agreeable solution when there are conflicts or differing opinions.

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11 *ealth gained by disho&est' will be dimi&ished, But he who gathers b' labor will i&crease. (Proverbs 13 11! ("#$%! 11 *ealth hastil' gotte&.b/ will dwi&dle, but he who gathers little b' little will i&crease it. (Proverbs 13 11! (,-%! 11 0isho&est mo&e' dwi&dles awa', but whoever gathers mo&e' little b' little makes it grow. (Proverbs 13 11! ("(%! $asy come, easy go. %o not be involved in get rich #uick schemes. This type of investment and scams will eventually fail. %o not be involved in speculative stocks and speculative indices play. These are highly risky, easy to make money, even easier to lose money. %o not use margin financing to invest or speculate in stocks. This is e&tremely high risk, with potential of making huge money with little money, with the danger of losing all money and even owing large debts if the stock price go down significantly. ottomline, do not covet for money, do not be greedy. %o not use dishonest means to make fast money. %o not the customers. %o not use unfair business practice. ecause somehow fast money gained through dishonest means will not last. ut be diligent and hardworking in our work and our business. 'e can make money gradually, and save up the e&tra money in the bank, and also invest the e&tra money. 'e can surely become richer and wealthier using honest work, honest business practice. 11 2ope deferred makes the heart sick, but a desire fulfilled is a tree of life. (Proverbs 13 11! (,-%! 11 2ope deferred makes the heart sick, but a lo&gi&g fulfilled is a tree of life. (Proverbs 13 11! ("(%!

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( hope that is continually not fulfilled is depressing. %o not put our hope and ambition too high. Our hope and ambition should be realistic and achievable. There is no point in hoping for the impossible. )aving too high a hope or too high an ambition will be frustrating. e contented with what we have. *ufficient and ade#uate is good enough. +othing is more grievous than the disappointment of a raised e&pectation, though not in the thing itself by a denial, yet in the time of it by a delay, Hope deferred makes the heart sick and languishing, fretful and peevish- but hope #uite dashed kills the heart, and the more high the e&pectation was raised the more cutting is the frustration of it. .t is therefore our wisdom not to promise ourselves any great matters from the creature, not to feed ourselves with any vain hopes from this world. 'hen our desire is fulfilled, it brings much joy and gladness. 'e feed so alive and vibrant when the desire is fulfilled, or the ambition is achieved. *o in order to make ourselves happier, set our desire, hope and ambition to realistic ones, so that they are achievable.

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