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THE BOOK OF PROVERBS: Chapter 30


The wise man thinketh humbly of himself. His prayer and sentiments upon certain virtues and vices.

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301The words of Gatherer the son of Vomiter. The vision which the man spoke, with whom God is, and who being strengthened by God, abiding with him, said:verba Congregantis filii Vomentis visio quam locutus est vir cum quo est Deus et qui Deo secum morante confortatus ait
302I am the most foolish of men, and the wisdom of men is not with me.stultissimus sum virorum et sapientia hominum non est mecum
303I have not learned wisdom, and have not known the science of saints.non didici sapientiam et non novi sanctorum scientiam
304Who hath ascended up into heaven, and descended? who hath held the wind in his hands? who hath bound up the waters together as in a garment? who hath raised up all the borders of the earth? what is his name, and what is the name of his son, if thou knowest?quis ascendit in caelum atque descendit quis continuit spiritum manibus suis quis conligavit aquas quasi in vestimento quis suscitavit omnes terminos terrae quod nomen eius et quod nomen filii eius si nosti
305Every word of God is fire tried: he is a buckler to them that hope in him.omnis sermo Dei ignitus clypeus est sperantibus in se
306Add not any thing to his words, lest thou be reproved and found a liar:ne addas quicquam verbis illius et arguaris inveniarisque mendax
307Two things I have asked of thee, deny them not to me before I die.duo rogavi te ne deneges mihi antequam moriar
308Remove far from me vanity, and lying words. Give me neither beggary, nor riches: give me only the necessaries of life:vanitatem et verba mendacia longe fac a me mendicitatem et divitias ne dederis mihi tribue tantum victui meo necessaria
309Lest perhaps being filled, I should be tempted to deny, and say: Who is the Lord? or being compelled by poverty, I should steal, and forswear the name of my God.ne forte saturatus inliciar ad negandum et dicam quis est Dominus et egestate conpulsus furer et peierem nomen Dei mei
3010Accuse not a servant to his master, lest he curse thee, and thou fall.ne accuses servum ad dominum suum ne forte maledicat tibi et corruas
3011There is a generation that curseth their father, and doth not bless their mother.generatio quae patri suo maledicit et quae non benedicit matri suae
3012A generation that are pure in their own eyes, and yet are not washed from their filthiness.generatio quae sibi munda videtur et tamen non est lota a sordibus suis
3013A generation, whose eyes are lofty, and their eyelids lifted up on high.generatio cuius excelsi sunt oculi et palpebrae eius in alta subrectae
3014A generation that for teeth hath swords, and grindeth with their jaw teeth, to devour the needy from off the earth, and the poor from among men.generatio quae pro dentibus gladios habet et commandit molaribus suis ut comedat inopes de terra et pauperes ex hominibus
3015The horseleech hath two daughters that say: Bring, bring. There are three things that never are satisfied, and the fourth never saith: It is enough.sanguisugae duae sunt filiae dicentes adfer adfer tria sunt insaturabilia et quartum quod numquam dicit sufficit
3016Hell and the mouth of the womb, and the earth which is not satisfied with water: and the fire never saith: It is enough.infernus et os vulvae et terra quae non satiatur aqua ignis vero numquam dicit sufficit
3017The eye that mocketh at his father, and that despiseth the labour of his mother in bearing him, let the ravens of the brooks pick it out, and the young eagles eat it.oculum qui subsannat patrem et qui despicit partum matris suae effodiant corvi de torrentibus et comedant illum filii aquilae
3018Three things are hard to me, and the fourth I am utterly ignorant of.tria sunt difficilia mihi et quartum penitus ignoro
3019The way of an eagle in the air, the way of a serpent upon a rock, the way of a ship in the midst of the sea, and the way of a man in youth.viam aquilae in caelo viam colubri super petram viam navis in medio mari et viam viri in adulescentula
3020Such also is the way of an adulterous woman, who eateth and wipeth her mouth, and saith: I have done no evil.talis est via mulieris adulterae quae comedit et tergens os suum dicit non sum operata malum
3021By three things the earth is disturbed, and the fourth it cannot bear.per tria movetur terra et quartum non potest sustinere
3022By a slave when he reigneth: by a fool when be is filled with meat:per servum cum regnaverit per stultum cum saturatus fuerit cibo
3023By an odious woman when she is married: and by a bondwoman when she is heir to her mistress.per odiosam mulierem cum in matrimonio fuerit adsumpta et per ancillam cum heres fuerit dominae suae
3024There are four very little things of the earth, and they are wiser than the wise.quattuor sunt minima terrae et ipsa sunt sapientiora sapientibus
3025The ants, a feeble people, which provide themselves food in the harvest:formicae populus infirmus quae praeparant in messe cibum sibi
3026The rabbit, a weak people, which maketh its bed in the rock:lepusculus plebs invalida quae conlocat in petra cubile suum
3027The locust hath no king, yet they all go out by their bands:regem lucusta non habet et egreditur universa per turmas
3028The stellio supporteth itself on hands, and dwelleth in kings' houses.stilio manibus nititur et moratur in aedibus regis
3029There are three things, which go well, and the fourth that walketh happily:tria sunt quae bene gradiuntur et quartum quod incedit feliciter
3030A lion, the strongest of beasts, who hath no fear of any thing he meeteth:leo fortissimus bestiarum ad nullius pavebit occursum
3031A cock girded about the loins: and a ram: and a king, whom none can resist.gallus succinctus lumbos et aries nec est rex qui resistat ei
3032There is that hath appeared a fool after he was lifted up on high: for if he had understood, he would have laid his hand upon his mouth.et qui stultus apparuit postquam elatus est in sublime si enim intellexisset ori inposuisset manum
3033And he that strongly squeezeth the paps to bring out milk, straineth out butter: and he that violently bloweth his nose, bringeth out blood: and he that provoketh wrath, bringeth forth strife.qui autem fortiter premit ubera ad eliciendum lac exprimit butyrum et qui vehementer emungitur elicit sanguinem et qui provocat iras producit discordias
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