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The Holy Bible in Modern English. Revised Edition.
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Ferrar Fentons 'Holy Bible in Modern English. All spelling, punctuation and formatting maintained through-out. Verse ordering follows the King James version for clarity and necessary organization of the verses.

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RF PRO 15:1 A gentle answer turns back wrath,
But hard speech rouses fury.
RF PRO 15:2 Knowledge adorns the tongue of the Wise,
But the Fool's mouth pours out folly.
RF PRO 15:3 The eyes of the LORD are on every place,
Observing the bad and the good.
RF PRO 15:4 A pleasant tongue is a tree of life,
But a spiteful mouth is a wrecking storm;
RF PRO 15:5 A Fool refuses his father's advice,
But the sensible minds his reproof.
RF PRO 15:6 Wealth grows in the house of the good,
But the increase of the bad is sorrow.
RF PRO 15:7 The lips of the Wise sow Knowledge,
But the mind of the fool regards not.
RF PRO 15:8 The Wicked's offering disgusts the LORD,
But the prayer of the upright delights him.
RF PRO 15:9 The road of Sin disgusts the LORD,
But He loves the path of Right;
RF PRO 15:10 To Who leaves that way will suffer grief,
Who hates His reproof will die.
RF PRO 15:11 The Grave and the Lost are before the LORD,
With the hearts of the children of Adam.
RF PRO 15:12 The Scorner loves not his reprover,
So he does not do like the Wise.
RF PRO 15:13 A merry heart will gladden the face,
But a sad heart breaks the spirit.
RF PRO 15:14 The intelligent mind seeks learning,
But the mouth of fools eats folly.
RF PRO 15:15 All the days of the coward are griefs,
But the bold heart always feasts.
RF PRO 15:16 Better a little with the fear of the LORD,
Than wealth and an evil conscience.
RF PRO 15:17 Better a dinner of herbs, with love,
Than a fattened ox with hatred.
RF PRO 15:18 A passionate man excites contention,
But a forbearing settles strife.
RF PRO 15:19 The road of the Idler is hedged with thorns,
But the path of the Active is smooth.
RF PRO 15:20 A wise son will delight his father,
But a fool despises his mother.
RF PRO 15:21 Folly delights the empty mind,
But a sensible man goes straight
RF PRO 15:22 Plans with no basis are futile:—
They are only achieved by reflection.
RF PRO 15:23 A man can please by the word of his mouth,
For how sweet is an opportune word!
RF PRO 15:24 The path of the Wise leads up to life,
Who turn from it, slope to the grave.
RF PRO 15:25 The LORD throws down the house of the cruel,
But guards the bounds of the gentle.
RF PRO 15:26 The thoughts of the bad disgust the LORD,
But the words of the pure are sweet.
RF PRO 15:27 The corrupt official afflicts his house,
But the hater of bribes will live.
RF PRO 15:28 The Good will hesitate to speak,
But the wicked will pour out villainy.
RF PRO 15:29 The LORD is far from the wicked,
But he hears the prayers of the good.
RF PRO 15:30 A cheerful heart enlightens the eyes,
And good news fattens the frame.
RF PRO 15:31 The ear that hears the instruction of life,
Resides in the breast of the Wise.
RF PRO 15:32 Who refuses correction, hates his life,
Who hears a reproof, buys sense!
RF PRO 15:33 Wisdom teaches the fear of the LORD,
And humility goes before honour!


AKJV ROM 8:32 He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things?

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