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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 18:1 A man seeks his own desires,
When raging against control.
RF PRO 18:2 A fool disregards reflection,
For it only discovers his heart!
RF PRO 18:3 With the entrance of sin comes disgrace,
And with shameful acts, reproach.
RF PRO 18:4 Deep streams are the words of man's mouth,
A deep brook, and well of wisdom.
RF PRO 18:5 Allow not the high stationed bad
To cheat the good out of their right.
RF PRO 18:6 The lips of the fool rush to strife,
And his mouth calls out for blows.
RF PRO 18:7 The mouth of a fool destroys him,
And his lips are a snare to his life.
RF PRO 18:8 A tale-bearer's words like dainties,
Go down to the stomach's depths.
RF PRO 18:9 Who idles over his work,
Is akin to the reckless waster.
RF PRO 18:10 The name of the LORD is a tower of strength;
The good run to it, and are safe.
RF PRO 18:11 The wealth of the rich is his castle,
And a lofty wall is his fancy!
RF PRO 18:12 Before a smash, man's heart is high;
But humility goes before honour.
RF PRO 18:13 To give an answer before you hear,
Is absurd,—and reproach to yourself.
RF PRO 18:14 A man's spirit sustains his wound;
But a broken spirit, who can bear?
RF PRO 18:15 A prudent man acquires knowledge,
And the ears of the wise seek learning.
RF PRO 18:16 The gift of a man gains way,
And brings him before the great.
RF PRO 18:17 The Plaintiff is right in his cause,
Till the Defendant comes on to examine,
RF PRO 18:18 Wagers are laid on the die,
But cause quarrels among the strong.
RF PRO 18:19 A brother wronged is more than a castle,
His contentions like bars of a fort.
RF PRO 18:20 A man's belly is filled by the fruit of his mouth,
He is fed by the fruit of his lips.
RF PRO 18:21 Death and life are in the tongue's power,
And its lovers will eat its fruit.
RF PRO 18:22 Who finds a wife, finds what is a good,
But a risky gift from the LORD!
RF PRO 18:23 The poor man's words are petitions,
But the rich man speaks with power.
RF PRO 18:24 A man of companions is ruined;
A friend sticks more fast than a brother.


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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