Proverbs 9:13 9:13 A {l} foolish woman [is] clamorous: [she is] simple, and Proverbs 6:12-15 – The Worthless & Wicked man . Man decides, whenever he prefers to be wise, or to be a mocker of religion and of virtue, regarding his own weal and woe. "If thou art wise, thou art wise for thyself; And if thou mockest, thou alone shalt bear it.". The dat. Do not be envious of evil men: This is a common and sometimes difficult temptation for the righteous man or woman. The Septuagint version a. Daily Devotional Bible Verse. It is not for her own sake The Syriac Dictionary Of Proverbs is an android application of Proverbs (Muhavrat) in Urdu and English meanings. The Septuagint version here adds the following clause, "he that trusteth in lies, he feedeth on winds; the same pursues birds flying; for he forsakes the ways of his own vineyard; he wanders from the paths of his own husbandry; he passes through a desert without water, and a land destined to thirst, and he gathers unfruitfulness with his hands;''. Commentary on Proverbs 8:1-11 (Read Proverbs 8:1-11 ) The will of God is made known by the works of creation, and by the consciences of men, but more clearly by Moses and the prophets. 126, 1. Better is he that is despised.] - Verse-by-Verse Commentary and Arabic versions add, "and unto thy friends"; and the “ for thyself: but thou scornest, ”. 12 If you are wise, you are wise for yourself, And if you scoff, you will bear it alone.”. The only signi˜cant diˆerence between the parallel texts of v. 4 and v. 16 is the addition of the w in v. 16:13 v. 4: /L hr:m }a : bl EArs "j “ hN ;h E rsUy; yt Ip