A son who fills the granaries in summer is a credit; a son who slumbers during harvest, a disgrace. (Proverbs 10:5)
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What the wicked man fears will befall him, but the desire of the just will be granted.  (Proverbs 10:24)
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A worthy wife is the crown of her husband, but a disgraceful one is like rot in his bones.  (Proverbs 12:4)
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The just man takes care of his beast, but the heart of the wicked is merciless.  (Proverbs 12:10)
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Wealth quickly gotten dwindles away, but amassed little by little, it grows.  (Proverbs 13:11)

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All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty.  (Proverbs 14:23)

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The king favors the intelligent servant, but the worthless one incurs his wrath. (Proverbs 14:35)

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A mild answer calms wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.  (Proverbs 15:1)

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In the house of the just there are ample resources, but the earnings of the wicked are in turmoil.  (Proverbs 15:6)

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