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    PROVERBS 22

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      1  The worth of a good name and the dependence of both rich
        and poor on God.
     3  Commendations of prudence, humility, piety, charity, and
        the proper tuition of children; and cautions against
        frowardness, iniquity, sloth, intimacy with bad women, and
        oppression.
    17  An address to the reader, calling his attention to wisdom;
        again exhorting him to avoid oppression, friendship with
        angry men, suretiship, and removing ancient landmarks; and
        showing the advantages of diligence.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - name.
       * 1Ki 1:47 Ec 7:1 Lu 10:20 Php 4:3 Heb 11:39
    - loving favor rather than.  or, favor is better than, etc.
       * Ac 7:10
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - rich.
       * Pr 29:13 1Sa 2:7 Ps 49:1,2 Lu 16:19,20 1Co 12:21 Jas 2:2-5
    - the Lord.
       * Pr 14:31 Job 31:15; 34:19
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - prudent.
       * Pr 14:16; 27:12 Ex 9:20,21 Isa 26:20,21 Mt 24:15-18 1Th 5:2-6
       * Heb 6:18; 11:7
    - the simple.
       * Pr 7:7,22,23; 9:16-18; 29:1
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - By, etc.  Heb. The reward of humility, etc.
       * Pr 3:16; 21:21 Ps 34:9,10; 112:1-3 Isa 33:6; 57:15 Mt 6:33 1Ti 4:8
       * Jas 4:6,10
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - Thorns.
       * Pr 13:15; 15:19 Jos 23:13 Job 18:8 Ps 11:6; 18:26,27
    - he.
       * Pr 13:3; 16:17; 19:16 Ps 91:1 1Jo 5:18 Jude 1:20,21
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - Train up.  or, Catechize.  a child.
       * Ge 18:19 De 4:9; 6:7 Ps 78:3-6 Eph 6:4 2Ti 3:15
    - the way.  Heb. his way.  when.
       * 1Sa 1:28; 2:26; 12:2,3
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - rich.
       * :16,22; 14:31; 18:23 Am 2:6; 4:1; 5:11,12; 8:4,6 Jas 2:6; 5:1,4
    - the borrower.
       * 2Ki 4:1 Ne 5:4,5 Isa 24:2 Mt 18:25
    - lender.  Heb. man that lendeth.
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - that.
       * Job 4:8 Ho 8:7; 10:13 Ga 6:7,8
    - the rod of his anger shall fail.  or, with the rod of his
      anger he shall be consumed.
       * Pr 14:3 Ps 125:3 Isa 9:4; 10:5; 14:29; 30:31
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - He that hath a bountiful eye.  Heb. Good of eye.
       * Pr 11:25; 19:17; 21:13 De 15:7-11; 28:56 Job 31:16-20 Ps 41:1-3
       * Ps 112:9 Ec 11:1,2 Isa 32:8; 58:7-12 Mt 20:15; 25:34-40
       * Mr 7:22 Lu 6:35-38 Ac 20:35 2Co 8:1,2; 9:6-11 1Ti 6:18,19
       * Heb 6:10; 13:16 1Pe 4:9
    
    VERSE 10
        * Pr 21:24; 26:20,21 Ge 21:9,10 Ne 4:1-3; 13:28 Ps 101:5 Mt 18:17
       * 1Co 5:5,6,13
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - that.
       * Pr 16:13 Ps 101:6 Mt 5:8
    - for the grace of his lips.  or, and hath grace in his lips.
       * Ps 45:2 Lu 4:22
    - the king.
       * Ge 41:39-57 Ezr 7:6-11 Ne 2:4-6 Es 10:3 Da 2:46-49; 3:30
       * Da 6:20-23
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - eyes.
       * 2Ch 16:9 Isa 59:19-21 Mt 16:16-18 Ac 5:39; 12:23,24 Re 11:3-11
       * Re 12:14-17
    - he.
       * Job 5:12,13 Ac 8:9-12; 13:8-12 2Th 2:8 2Ti 3:8,9
    - words.  or, matters,
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - The lazy.
      That is, the lazy man uses any pretext, however
      improbable, to indulge his love of ease and indolence.
    
       * Pr 15:19; 26:13-16 Nu 13:32,33
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - mouth.
       * Pr 2:16-19; 5:3-23; 6:24-29; 7:5-27; 23:27 Jud 16:20,21 Ne 13:26
       * Ec 7:26
    - a deep pit.
      That is, it is like a deep pit, or pitfall, in which animals
      are often taken alive.
    
    - abhorred.
       * De 32:19 Ps 81:12
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - Foolishness.
       * Job 14:4 Ps 51:5 Joh 3:6 Eph 2:3
    - but.
       * Pr 13:24; 19:18; 23:13,14; 29:15,17 Heb 12:10,11
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - that oppresseth.
       * :22,23; 14:31; 28:3 Job 20:19-29 Ps 12:5 Mic 2:2,3 Zec 7:9-14
       * Jas 13 2:13; 5:1-5
    - he that giveth.
       * Lu 6:33-35; 14:12-14; 16:24
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - Bow.
       * Pr 2:2-5; 5:1,2
    - and hear.
       * Pr 1:3; 3:1; 4:4-8; 8:33,34 Isa 55:3 Mt 17:5
    - apply.
       * Pr 23:12 Ps 90:12 Ec 7:25; 8:9,16
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - it is.
       * Pr 2:10; 3:17; 24:13,14 Ps 19:10; 119:103,111,162 Jer 15:16
    - within thee.  Heb. within thy belly.
       * Job 32:18,19 Joh 7:38
    - fitted.
       * Pr 8:6; 10:13,21; 15:7; 16:21; 25:11 Ps 119:13,171 Mal 2:7 Heb 13:15
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - thy.
       * Pr 3:5 Ps 62:8 Isa 12:2; 26:4 Jer 17:7 1Pe 1:21
    - even to thee.  or, trust thou also.
    
    VERSE 20
        * Pr 8:6 Ps 12:6 Ho 8:12 2Ti 3:15-17 2Pe 1:19-21
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - I.
       * Lu 1:3,4 Joh 20:31 1Jo 5:13
    - answer.
       * 1Pe 3:15
    - them that send unto thee.  or, those that send thee.
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - Rob.
       * Pr 23:10,11 Eze 22:29
    - oppress.
       * :16 Ex 23:6 Job 29:12-16; 31:16,21 Zec 7:10 Mal 3:5
    - in the gate.
      That is, in the court of justice, which, as we have
      already seen, was held at the gates of cities in the East.
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - the Lord.
       * Pr 23:11 1Sa 24:12,15; 25:39 Ps 12:5; 35:1,10; 43:1; 68:5; 140:12
       * Jer 50:34; 51:36 Mic 7:9 Mal 3:5
    - spoil.
       * Isa 33:1 Hab 2:8
    
    VERSE 24
        * Pr 21:24; 29:22 2Co 6:14-17
    
    VERSE 25
        * Pr 13:20 Ps 106:35 1Co 15:33
    
    VERSE 26
        * Pr 6:1-5; 11:15; 17:18; 27:13
    
    VERSE 27
        * Pr 20:16 Ex 22:26,27 2Ki 4:1
    
    
    VERSE 28 
     - remove.
       * Pr 23:10 De 19:14; 27:17 Job 24:2
    - landmark.  or, bound.
    
    
    VERSE 29 
     - a man.
       * Pr 10:4; 12:24 1Ki 11:28 Ec 9:10 Mt 25:21,23 Ro 12:11 2Ti 4:2
    - he shall stand.
      That is, he shall have the honor of serving kings; as the
      phrase denotes.
    
    - mean men.  Heb. obscure men.
    
    
    
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