The Proverbs - Chapter 28
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2 A country in revolt throws up many leaders: with one person wise and experienced, you have stability.
6 Better someone poor living an honest life than someone of devious ways however rich.
9 Whoever refuses to listen to the Law, such a one's very prayer is an abomination.
11 The rich may think himself wise, but the intelligent poor will unmask him.
16 An unenlightened ruler is rich in rapacity, one who hates greed will lengthen his days.
23 Anyone who reproves another will enjoy more favour in the end than the flatterer.
26 Whoever trusts his own wit is a fool, anyone whose ways are wise will be safe.
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