21Also, do not take seriously everything that is said, so that you will not hear your servant cursing you, Why should you die before your time? 14In the day of prosperity be joyful, But in the day of adversity consider that God has made the one as well as the other, So that man will not find out anything that will be after him. The Lockman Foundation, La Habra, CA 90631, All rights reserved. A good name is better than precious perfume. 15I have seen everything during my [fleeting] days of futility; there is a righteous man who perishes in [spite of] his righteousness, and there is a wicked man who [a]lives a long life in [spite of] his wickedness. 19Wisdom strengthens the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. 8The end of a matter is better than its beginning; Patience of spirit is better than haughtiness of spirit (pride). Ecclesiastes 7:29 (Amplified® Bible) A.F.V A.S.V. Navigate by book, topic, passage, search and more. 7For oppression makes a wise man foolish, And a bribe corrupts the [good judgment of the] heart. 29Behold, I have found only this [as a reason]: God made man upright and uncorrupted, but they [both men and women] have sought out many devices [for evil].”[a] 15 Lit prolongs. 21Also, do not take seriously everything that is said, so that you will not hear your servant cursing you, Be not evil overmuch, and be not foolish. 1Who is like the wise man? 26And I discovered that [of all irrational sins none has been so destructive in beguiling one away from God as immoral women for] more bitter than death is the woman whose heart is [composed of] snares and nets, and whose hands are chains. 26And I discovered that [of all irrational sins none has been so destructive in beguiling one away from God as immoral women for] more bitter than death is the woman whose heart is [composed of] snares and nets, and whose hands are chains. Whoever pleases God will escape from her, but the sinner will be taken captive by her [evil]. Chapter A GOOD name is better than precious perfume, and the day of death better than the day of one's birth.It is better to go to the house of mourning than to go to the house of feasting, for that is the end of all men; and the living will lay it to heart. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. 15I have seen everything during my [fleeting] days of futility; there is a righteous man who perishes in [spite of] his righteousness, and there is a wicked man who [a]lives a long life in [spite of] his wickedness. Ecclesiastes 7:11-12 (11) Wisdom is as good as an inheritance, yes, more excellent it is for those [the living] who see the sun. 5It is better to listen to the rebuke of the wise man and pursue wisdom Than for one to listen to the song of fools and pursue stupidity. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. 16Do not be excessively righteous [like those given to self-conceit], and do not be overly wise (pretentious)--why should you bring yourself to ruin? Why should you ... Amplified . 10Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?” For it is not from wisdom that you ask about this. 26And I discovered that [of all irrational sins none has been so destructive in beguiling one away from God as immoral women for] more bitter than death is the woman whose heart is [composed of] snares and nets, and whose hands are chains. [b] 28 Or person. 19Wisdom strengthens the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. Translations Ecclesiastes 7:10 - Amplified Bible. 14In the day of prosperity be joyful, But in the day of adversity consider that God has made the one as well as the other, So that man will not find out anything that will be after him. For when a face is sad (deep in thought) the heart may be happy [because it is growing in wisdom]. 9 Do not be eager in your heart to be angry, 17Do not be excessively or willfully wicked and do not be a fool. 21Also, do not take seriously everything that is said, so that you will not hear your servant cursing you, 12For wisdom is a protection even as money is a protection, But the [excellent] advantage of knowledge is that wisdom shields and preserves the lives of its possessors. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. 22for you also know that you too have cursed others many times. 14In the day of prosperity be joyful, But in the day of adversity consider that God has made the one as well as the other, So that man will not find out anything that will be after him. 23I have tested all this with wisdom. 15I have seen everything during my [fleeting] days of futility; there is a righteous man who perishes in [spite of] his righteousness, and there is a wicked man who [a]lives a long life in [spite of] his wickedness. 23I have tested all this with wisdom. Why should you die before your time? 17Do not be excessively or willfully wicked and do not be a fool. 28which I am still seeking but have not found. 5It is better to listen to the rebuke of the wise man and pursue wisdom Than for one to listen to the song of fools and pursue stupidity. [b] 28 Or person. 9Do not be eager in your heart to be angry, For anger dwells in the heart of fools. 18It is good that you take hold of one thing (righteousness) and also not let go of the other (wisdom); for the one who fears and worships God [with awe-filled reverence] will come forth with both of them. I have found one [b]man among a thousand [who pleases God], but I have not found [such] a woman among all these [a thousand in my harem]. 14In the day of prosperity be joyful, But in the day of adversity consider that God has made the one as well as the other, So that man will not find out anything that will be after him. Who can discover it [for it is beyond the grasp of man]? 11Wisdom along with an inheritance is good And an [excellent] advantage for those who see the sun. 6For like the crackling of [burning] thorn bushes under a pot, So is the laughter of the fool; And this too is vanity (futility). Ecclesiastes 6:7 - Bible in Basic English. 27“Behold, I have discovered this,” says the Preacher, “while adding one thing to another to find an explanation, I said, “I will be wise [independently of God],” but true wisdom was far from me. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. 18It is good that you take hold of one thing (righteousness) and also not let go of the other (wisdom); for the one who fears and worships God [with awe-filled reverence] will come forth with both of them. 8The end of a matter is better than its beginning; Patience of spirit is better than haughtiness of spirit (pride). 17Do not be excessively or willfully wicked and do not be a fool. 14In the day of prosperity be joyful, But in the day of adversity consider that God has made the one as well as the other, So that man will not find out anything that will be after him. 12For wisdom is a protection even as money is a protection, But the [excellent] advantage of knowledge is that wisdom shields and preserves the lives of its possessors. Looking at life through better and worse. 11Wisdom along with an inheritance is good And an [excellent] advantage for those who see the sun. 5It is better to listen to the rebuke of the wise man and pursue wisdom Than for one to listen to the song of fools and pursue stupidity. 23I have tested all this with wisdom. 22for you also know that you too have cursed others many times. 23I have tested all this with wisdom. 29Behold, I have found only this [as a reason]: God made man upright and uncorrupted, but they [both men and women] have sought out many devices [for evil].”[a] 15 Lit prolongs. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. (11-22) Experience of the evil of sin. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. 7For oppression makes a wise man foolish, And a bribe corrupts the [good judgment of the] heart. 19Wisdom strengthens the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. 18It is good that you take hold of one thing (righteousness) and also not let go of the other (wisdom); for the one who fears and worships God [with awe-filled reverence] will come forth with both of them. 19Wisdom strengthens the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. 9Do not be eager in your heart to be angry, For anger dwells in the heart of fools. Ecclesiastes 7 – Trying to Find a Better Way A. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. 7For oppression makes a wise man foolish, And a bribe corrupts the [good judgment of the] heart. 4 It is better to go to a house of mourningThan to go to a house of feasting,Because (a)that is the (C)end of every man,And the living (b)(D)takes it to (c)heart. Why should you die before your time? 13Consider the work of God: Who can make straight what He has bent? All the labor of man is for his mouth [for self-preservation and enjoyment], and yet his desire is not satisfied. 6For like the crackling of [burning] thorn bushes under a pot, So is the laughter of the fool; And this too is vanity (futility). Whoever pleases God will escape from her, but the sinner will be taken captive by her [evil]. 13Consider the work of God: Who can make straight what He has bent? 16Do not be excessively righteous [like those given to self-conceit], and do not be overly wise (pretentious)--why should you bring yourself to ruin? 10Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?” For it is not from wisdom that you ask about this. 18It is good that you take hold of one thing (righteousness) and also not let go of the other (wisdom); for the one who fears and worships God [with awe-filled reverence] will come forth with both of them. 16Do not be excessively righteous [like those given to self-conceit], and do not be overly wise (pretentious)--why should you bring yourself to ruin? 9 That which has been is that which will be [again], I said, “I will be wise [independently of God],” but true wisdom was far from me. Page #7 Workbook on Ecclesiastes 19. This verse is to be explained as follows,—"for, (if one is) in the shadow of wisdom, (one is also) in the shadow of money, not less safe than when one is protected by money." 16Do not be excessively righteous [like those given to self-conceit], and do not be overly wise (pretentious)--why should you bring yourself to ruin? I said, “I will be wise [independently of God],” but true wisdom was far from me. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. Who can discover it [for it is beyond the grasp of man]? 29Behold, I have found only this [as a reason]: God made man upright and uncorrupted, but they [both men and women] have sought out many devices [for evil].”[a] 15 Lit prolongs. 28which I am still seeking but have not found. Whoever pleases God will escape from her, but the sinner will be taken captive by her [evil]. 9 That which has been is that which will be [again], 7 For oppression makes a wise man foolish, And a bribe corrupts the [good judgment of the] heart. 22for you also know that you too have cursed others many times. 12For wisdom is a protection even as money is a protection, But the [excellent] advantage of knowledge is that wisdom shields and preserves the lives of its possessors. Obey Rulers. The eye is not satisfied with seeing, Nor is the ear filled with hearing. And I discovered that [of all irrational sins none has been so destructive in beguiling one away from God as immoral women for] more bitter than death is the woman whose heart is [composed of] snares and nets, and whose hands are chains. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. 29Behold, I have found only this [as a reason]: God made man upright and uncorrupted, but they [both men and women] have sought out many devices [for evil].”[a] 15 Lit prolongs. 19Wisdom strengthens the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. 29Behold, I have found only this [as a reason]: God made man upright and uncorrupted, but they [both men and women] have sought out many devices [for evil].”[a] 15 Lit prolongs. 20Indeed, there is not a righteous man on earth who always does good and who never sins. Why should you die before your time? 9Do not be eager in your heart to be angry, For anger dwells in the heart of fools. 13Consider the work of God: Who can make straight what He has bent? A man’s wisdom illumines his face, And causes his stern face to beam. Ecclesiastes 7:1 A GOOD name is better than precious perfume, and the day of death better than the day of one's birth. 29Behold, I have found only this [as a reason]: God made man upright and uncorrupted, but they [both men and women] have sought out many devices [for evil].”[a] 15 Lit prolongs. 24Whatever has been is far off, deeply remote and exceedingly mysterious. The end of a matter is better than its beginning; Patience of spirit is better than haughtiness of spirit (pride). [James 1:19, 20.] 15I have seen everything during my [fleeting] days of futility; there is a righteous man who perishes in [spite of] his righteousness, and there is a wicked man who [a]lives a long life in [spite of] his wickedness. Whoever pleases God will escape from her, but the sinner will be taken captive by her [evil]. 10Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?” For it is not from wisdom that you ask about this. 25I turned around and directed my heart to know, to investigate and to seek [skillful and godly] wisdom and the reason for things, and to know that wickedness is folly and that foolishness is madness [leading to stupidity and recklessness]. 27“Behold, I have discovered this,” says the Preacher, “while adding one thing to another to find an explanation, 16Do not be excessively righteous [like those given to self-conceit], and do not be overly wise (pretentious)--why should you bring yourself to ruin? 19Wisdom strengthens the wise man more than ten rulers who are in a city. I said, “I will be wise [independently of God],” but true wisdom was far from me. 16Do not be excessively righteous [like those given to self-conceit], and do not be overly wise (pretentious)--why should you bring yourself to ruin? 6For like the crackling of [burning] thorn bushes under a pot, So is the laughter of the fool; And this too is vanity (futility).
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