Day 28 Proverbs Daily Reading 2016-11-09T23:54:08+00:00

Day 28 Daily Proverbs Reading

Friday May 28th. 2016

Proverbs Chapter 1 BBE

Turning Away From God’s Law


28:1

The evil man goes running away when no man is after him, but the upright are without fear, like the lion.

28:2 Because of the sin of the land, its troubles are increased; but by a man of wisdom and knowledge they will be put out like a fire.

28:3 A man of wealth who is cruel to the poor is like a violent rain causing destruction of food.

28:4 Those who have no respect for the law give praise to the evil-doer; but such as keep the law are against him.

28:5 Evil men have no knowledge of what is right; but those who go after the Lord have knowledge of all things.

28:6 Better is the poor man whose ways are upright, than the man of wealth whose ways are not straight.

28:7 He who keeps the law is a wise son, but he who keeps company with feasters puts shame on his father.

28:8 He who makes his wealth greater by taking interest, only gets it together for him who has pity on the poor.

28:9 As for the man whose ear is turned away from hearing the law, even his prayer is disgusting.

28:10 Anyone causing the upright to go wandering in an evil way, will himself go down into the hole he has made; but the upright will have good things for their heritage.

28:11 The man of wealth seems to himself to be wise, but the poor man who has sense has a low opinion of him.

28:12 When the upright do well, there is great glory; but when evil-doers are lifted up, men do not let themselves be seen.

28:13 He who keeps his sins secret will not do well; but one who is open about them, and gives them up, will get mercy.

28:14 Happy is the man in whom is the fear of the Lord at all times; but he whose heart is hard will come into trouble.

28:15 Like a loud-voiced lion and a wandering bear, is an evil ruler over a poor people.

28:16 The prince who has no sense is a cruel ruler; but he who has no desire to get profit for himself will have long life.

28:17 One who has been the cause of a man’s death will go in flight to the underworld: let no man give him help.

28:18 He whose ways are upright will be safe, but sudden will be the fall of him whose ways are twisted.

28:19 By ploughing his land a man will have bread in full measure; but he who goes after good-for-nothing persons will be poor enough.

28:20 A man of good faith will have great blessing, but one attempting to get wealth quickly will not go free from punishment.

28:21 It is not good to have respect for a man’s position: for a man will do wrong for a bit of bread.

28:22 He who is ever desiring wealth goes running after money, and does not see that need will come on him.

28:23 He who says words of protest to a man will later have more approval than one who says smooth words with his tongue.

28:24 He who takes from his father or his mother what is theirs by right, and says, It is no sin; is the same as a taker of life.

28:25 He who is ever desiring profit is a cause of fighting; but he who puts his faith in the Lord will be made fat.

28:26 He whose faith is in himself is foolish; but everyone walking wisely will be kept safe.

28:27 He who gives to the poor will never be in need, but great curses will be on him who gives no attention to them.

28:28 When evil-doers are lifted up, men take cover; but when destruction overtakes them, the upright are increased.

Day 28 Daily Proverbs Reading

Friday May 28th. 2016

Proverbs Chapter 1 BBE

Turning Away From God’s Law


28:1

The evil man goes running away when no man is after him, but the upright are without fear, like the lion.

28:2 Because of the sin of the land, its troubles are increased; but by a man of wisdom and knowledge they will be put out like a fire.

28:3 A man of wealth who is cruel to the poor is like a violent rain causing destruction of food.

28:4 Those who have no respect for the law give praise to the evil-doer; but such as keep the law are against him.

28:5 Evil men have no knowledge of what is right; but those who go after the Lord have knowledge of all things.

28:6 Better is the poor man whose ways are upright, than the man of wealth whose ways are not straight.

28:7 He who keeps the law is a wise son, but he who keeps company with feasters puts shame on his father.

28:8 He who makes his wealth greater by taking interest, only gets it together for him who has pity on the poor.

28:9 As for the man whose ear is turned away from hearing the law, even his prayer is disgusting.

28:10 Anyone causing the upright to go wandering in an evil way, will himself go down into the hole he has made; but the upright will have good things for their heritage.

28:11 The man of wealth seems to himself to be wise, but the poor man who has sense has a low opinion of him.

28:12 When the upright do well, there is great glory; but when evil-doers are lifted up, men do not let themselves be seen.

28:13 He who keeps his sins secret will not do well; but one who is open about them, and gives them up, will get mercy.

28:14 Happy is the man in whom is the fear of the Lord at all times; but he whose heart is hard will come into trouble.

28:15 Like a loud-voiced lion and a wandering bear, is an evil ruler over a poor people.

28:16 The prince who has no sense is a cruel ruler; but he who has no desire to get profit for himself will have long life.

28:17 One who has been the cause of a man’s death will go in flight to the underworld: let no man give him help.

28:18 He whose ways are upright will be safe, but sudden will be the fall of him whose ways are twisted.

28:19 By ploughing his land a man will have bread in full measure; but he who goes after good-for-nothing persons will be poor enough.

28:20 A man of good faith will have great blessing, but one attempting to get wealth quickly will not go free from punishment.

28:21 It is not good to have respect for a man’s position: for a man will do wrong for a bit of bread.

28:22 He who is ever desiring wealth goes running after money, and does not see that need will come on him.

28:23 He who says words of protest to a man will later have more approval than one who says smooth words with his tongue.

28:24 He who takes from his father or his mother what is theirs by right, and says, It is no sin; is the same as a taker of life.

28:25 He who is ever desiring profit is a cause of fighting; but he who puts his faith in the Lord will be made fat.

28:26 He whose faith is in himself is foolish; but everyone walking wisely will be kept safe.

28:27 He who gives to the poor will never be in need, but great curses will be on him who gives no attention to them.

28:28 When evil-doers are lifted up, men take cover; but when destruction overtakes them, the upright are increased.

Just some information on Chapter 1
The daily reading of The Book of Proverbs
The Verse choosen for the day.

Proverbs 1:1 BBE

1 of 30 Days