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Proverbs chapter 14 (part 1) - Leave the presence of a fool #Wise sayings of olo!on
Proverbs chapter 14. Summary: Wise woman will manage well the affairs of her family and household. The person who fears the Lord lives in righteous lifestyle. A faithful witness will be truthful but a false witness is full of lies and falsehood. Do not mix around with foolish people because we cannot gain nowledge from them. The prudent will thin and ma e decisions in life using wisdom.

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The wise woman builds her house, But the foolish pulls it down with her hands. (Proverbs 14:1) (NK !) "isdom builds her house, but foll% with her own hands tears it down. (Proverbs 14:1) (&'!) The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down. (Proverbs 14:1) (N(!)
Buildeth - Maintains and improves her family and estate.Her hands - By her idleness or sin.
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The wise woman and good wife is diligent and hardworking, taking good care of her husband and children, is a positive contribution toward the happiness, love, joy and peace in the family and household.

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She wisely uses the money for the household expenses. On the contrary, the foolish woman with many foolish acts and talks may end up wasting away money, causing strife and disharmony in the family, causing many arguments and quarrels with relatives. The family and household is not well taken care of. There is lack of love, joy, peace and harmony within the family. er la!iness and idleness is also problematic. ) *e who wal+s in his upri,htness fears the -.&/, But he who is perverse in his wa%s despises *im. (Proverbs 14:)) (NK !) ) *e who wal+s in upri,htness fears the -.&/, but he who is devious in his wa%s despises him. (Proverbs 14:)) (&'!) ) "hoever fears the -.&/ wal+s upri,htl%, but those who despise him are devious in their wa%s. (Proverbs 14:)) (N(!) The person who fears the "ord, who loves and honours #od, will live a righteous life, a godly life, saying the right things, thinking the right things, doing the right things. $ut the person who despise #od, who ignores and neglects #od will live in ways that are not right in the eyes of #od, spending their time and energy fulfilling carnal and worldly desires, lusts of the eyes, fleshly lusts. 0 The tal+ of a fool is a rod for his ba1+,#b$ but the lips of the wise will preserve them. (Proverbs 14:0) (&'!) 0 2 fool3s mouth lashes out with pride, but the lips of the wise prote1t them. (Proverbs 14:0) (N(!) 0 (n the mouth of a fool is a rod of pride, But the lips of the wise will preserve them. (Proverbs 14:0)

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4 "here there are no o4en, there is no#1$ ,rain5 but abundant 1rops 1ome b% the stren,th of the o4. (Proverbs 14:4) (&'!) 4 "here there are no o4en, the man,er is empt%, but from the stren,th of an o4 1ome abundant harvests. (Proverbs 14:4) (N(!)
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%ith the strength of the ox, with suitable work equipment, with suitable work knowledge and work skills, a person can earn a decent income. &ndustrious labour and diligence is important for one to make a living, to do well at one's career, to be successful in one's business. 6 2 faithful witness does not lie, But a false witness will utter lies. (Proverbs 14:6) (NK !) 6 2n honest witness does not de1eive, but a false witness pours out lies. (Proverbs 14:6) (N(!) ( faithful and honest witness will tell the actual story based on his true knowledge, what he has seen or heard. e will answer truthfully without bias, without fear of favour. On the contrary, a false witness may distort the actual truth, or tell a

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lie, or a slander, or frame somebody else. *alse witness is biased, could be bribed. *alse witness is willing to lie or tell a partial truth. 7 2 s1offer see+s wisdom and does not find it, But +nowled,e is eas% to him who understands. 8 9o from the presen1e of a foolish man, "hen %ou do not per1eive in him the lips of +nowled,e. (Proverbs 14:7:8) (NK !) 7 2 s1offer see+s wisdom in vain, but +nowled,e is eas% for a man of understandin,. 8 -eave the presen1e of a fool, for there %ou do not meet words of +nowled,e. (Proverbs 14:7:8) (&'!)

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The mo1+er see+s wisdom and finds none, but +nowled,e 1omes easil% to the dis1ernin,. 'ta% awa% from a fool, for %ou will not find +nowled,e on their lips. (Proverbs 14:7:8) (N(!)

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'indeth it not - $ecause he doth not seek it aright. That understandeth - That is honest and pious.

The foolish person is a scoffer and mocker of wisdom. e may seem to want to increase knowledge, but he resists learning new knowledge. %e are advised not to be in companion of the foolish persons because we will not acquire any knowledge or constructive ideas from these people. +o mix around and befriend the foolish people.
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On the contrary, the wise person who has understanding could easily learn new knowledge and new skills. The person with understanding has the positive attitude for learning. To those who understand aright, who depart from evil )for that is

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understanding,, the knowledge of #od and of his will is easy. The parables which harden scorners in their scorning, and make divine things more difficult to them, enlighten those who are willing to learn, and make the same things more plain, and intelligible, and familiar to them. ; The wisdom of the prudent is to understand his wa%, But the foll% of fools is de1eit. (Proverbs 14:;) (NK !) ; The wisdom of a prudent man is to dis1ern his wa%, but the foll% of fools is de1eivin,. (Proverbs 14:;) (&'!) ; The wisdom of the prudent is to ,ive thou,ht to their wa%s, but the foll% of fools is de1eption. (Proverbs 14:;) (N(!)
His way - Consists not in vain speculations, but in a diligent study of his duty, and of the way to eternal happiness. The folly - The wit of ungodly men, which is really their folly, is employed only in finding out ways of deceiving.

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The prudent person will exercise his wisdom to ponder upon his life, his ways. e will discern and make decisions based on his wisdom. On the contrary, the foolish person is deceiving himself and others in many aspects of his life. The folly is making the wrong decision in his life, such as fulfilling sexual desires will bring happiness, which is a self4deceiving thought.
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http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/matthew-henry-concise/proverbs/14.html Verse 1 A woman who has no fear of God, who is wilful and wasteful, and indul es her ease, will as certainly ruin her family, as if she pluc!ed her house down. Verse " . #ere are race and sin in their true colours. $hose that despise God%s precepts and promises, despise God and all his power and mercy. Verse & . 'ride rows from that root of bitterness which is in the heart. $he root must be pluc!ed up, or we cannot con(uer this branch. $he prudent words of wise men et them out of difficulties. Verse 4 . $here can be no advanta e without somethin which, thou h of little moment, will affri ht the indolent. Verse ) . A conscientious witness will not dare to represent anythin otherwise than accordin to his !nowled e. Verse * . A scorner treats +ivine thin s with contempt. #e that feels his i norance and unworthiness will search the ,criptures in a humble spirit. Verse - . .e discover a wic!ed man if there is no savour of piety in his discourse. Verse / . .e are travellers, whose concern is, not to spy out wonders, but to et to their 0ourney%s end1 to understand the rules we are to wal! by, also the ends we are to wal! toward. $he bad man cheats himself, and oes on in his mista!e. 2ommentaties: .esley: http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/wesleys-e3planatorynotes/proverbs/proverbs-14.html 14 "4 &4 44 )4 *4 -4 /4 54 http://www.bible http://www.bible http://www.bible http://www.bible http://www.bible http://www.bible http://www.bible http://www.bible ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14.1 ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14." ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14.& ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14.4 ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14.) ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14.* ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14.ateway.com/resources/matthew-henry/'rov.14./

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