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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 28:1 The Results of Crime.
The wicked fly when none pursue,
But the good are bold as a lion.
RF PRO 28:2 By crimes of a land, its Rulers change,—
But by human prudence endure.
RF PRO 28:3 A poor man who oppresses the poor,
Like a sweeping storm brings want.
RF PRO 28:4 On Good and Bad Conduct.
Forsakers of law, praise the bad:
But who keep the law, reprove them.
RF PRO 28:5 Bad men understand not justice;
But who seek the LORD understand.
RF PRO 28:6 More happy the poor honest man,
Than one of bad habits, though rich.
RF PRO 28:7 A prudent son will regard the law,
But the friend of the vicious degrades his father.
RF PRO 28:8 Who gets rich by extortion and fraud,
Collects for the kind to the poor.
RF PRO 28:9 Who turns his ear from hearing the law,
His prayer itself is an offence.
RF PRO 28:10 Who leads the honest to evil paths,
Will fall to that pit himself;
But the upright inherit success.
RF PRO 28:11 In his own eyes the rich is wise,
But the sensible poor expose him.
RF PRO 28:12 When the good are crowned, there is cheering
When the bad succeed, men will hide!
RF PRO 28:13 Who conceals his sin, does not prosper;
Who confesses and leaves it, has mercy.
RF PRO 28:14 The man who fears is safe,
But the rash falls into danger.
RF PRO 28:15 A roaring lion, and hungry bear,
A bad ruler is to the poor.
RF PRO 28:16 An oppressive prince is senseless;
But who hates to tax, prolongs his days.
RF PRO 28:17 A man who is guilty of murder,
Flies to a pit that cannot hide.
RF PRO 28:18 Who acts honestly is safe;
But crooked ways soon fail.
RF PRO 28:19 He has plenty of bread who tills his land,
But is poor indeed who follows delusions.
RF PRO 28:20 A faithful man has many blessings;
But who hastes to be rich, will suffer.
RF PRO 28:21 False pretenses are not good,
Nor to sin for a mouthful of bread.
RF PRO 28:22 A greedy man runs after wealth,
Nor reflects that want may come.
RF PRO 28:23 Who corrects men, like me, finds favour,
Far more than a flattering tongue.
RF PRO 28:24 Who thinks to rob father and mother not wrong,
Has joined with the men of Destruction.
RF PRO 28:25 A greedy mind incites to contend,
But who trusts on the LORD will prosper.
RF PRO 28:26 Who relies on his heart is a fool,
But who walks by experience is safe.
RF PRO 28:27 He who gives to the poor will not want,
Who averts his eyes will be cursed.
RF PRO 28:28 When the bad succeed, men hide;
But the good increase, when they perish.


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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