Proverbs 30 - Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Bible

Proverbs 30:21-23

Four sorts of persons are very troublesome. Men of low origin and base spirit, who, getting authority, become tyrants. Foolish and violent men indulging in excesses. A woman of a contentious spirit and vicious habits. A servant who has obtained undue influence. Let those whom Providence has advanced from low beginnings, carefully watch against that sin which most easily besets them. (Pr 30:24-28)

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