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Commentaries for Proverbs Chapter 25

Proverbs 25:1-3

God needs not search into any thing; nothing can be hid from him...
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Proverbs 25:4-5

For a prince to suppress vice, and reform his people, is the best way to support his government...
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Proverbs 25:6-7

Religion teaches us humility and self-denial...
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Proverbs 25:8-10

To be hasty in beginning strife, will bring into difficulties...
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Proverbs 25:11-12

A word of counsel, or reproof, rightly spoken, is especially beautiful, as fine fruit becomes still more beautiful in silver baskets...
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Proverbs 25:13

See what ought to be the aim of him that is trusted with any business; to be faithful...
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Proverbs 25:14

He who pretends to have received or given that which he never had, is like the morning cloud, that disappoints those who look for rain...
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Proverbs 25:15

Be patient to bear a present hurt...
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Proverbs 25:16

God has given us leave to use grateful things, but we are cautioned against excess...
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Proverbs 25:17

We cannot be upon good terms with our neighbours, without discretion as well as sincerity...
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Proverbs 25:18

A false testimony is dangerous in every thing...
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Proverbs 25:19

Confidence in an unfaithful man is painful and vexatious; when we put any stress on him, he not only fails, but makes us feel for it...
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Proverbs 25:20

We take a wrong course if we think to relieve those in sorrow by endeavouring to make them merry...
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Proverbs 25:21-22

The precept to love even our enemies is an Old Testament commandment...
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Proverbs 25:23

Slanders would not be so readily spoken, if they were not readily heard...
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Proverbs 25:24

It is better to be alone, than to be joined to one who is a hinderance to the comfort of life...
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Proverbs 25:25

Heaven is a country afar off; how refreshing is good news from thence, in the everlasting gospel, which signifies glad tidings, and in the witness of the Spirit with our spirits that we are God's children! (Pr 25:26)...
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Proverbs 25:26

When the righteous are led into sin, it is as hurtful as if the public fountains were poisoned...
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Proverbs 25:27

We must be, through grace, dead to the pleasures of sense, and also to the praises of men...
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Proverbs 25:28

The man who has no command over his anger, is easily robbed of peace...
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