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ECCLESIASTICUS: Chapter 9


Cautions with regard to women, and dangerous conversations.

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91Be not jealous over the wife of thy bosom, lest she shew in thy regard the malice of a wicked lesson.non zeles mulierem sinus tui ne ostendas super te malitiam doctrinae nequam
92Give not the power of thy soul to a woman, lest she enter upon thy strength, and thou be confounded.non des mulieri potestatem animae tuae ne ingrediatur in virtute tua et confundaris
93Look not upon a woman that hath a mind for many: lest thou fall into her snares.ne respicias mulierem multivolam ne forte incidas in laqueos illius
94Use not much the company of her that is a dancer, and hearken not to her, lest thou perish by the force of her charms.cum psaltrice ne adsiduus sis nec audias illam ne forte pereas in efficacia illius
95Gaze not upon a maiden, lest her beauty be a stumblingblock to thee.virginem ne conspicias ne forte scandalizeris in decore illius
96Give not thy soul to harlots in any point: lest thou destroy thyself and thy inheritance.non des fornicariis animam tuam in nullo ne perdas te et hereditatem tuam
97Look not round about thee in the ways of the city, nor wander up and down in the streets thereof.noli conspicere in vicis civitatis nec oberraveris in plateis illius
98Turn away thy face from a woman dressed up, and gaze not about upon another's beauty.averte faciem tuam a muliere compta et non circumspicias speciem alienam
99For many have perished by the beauty of a woman, and hereby lust is enkindled as a fire.propter speciem mulieris multi perierunt et ex hoc concupiscentia quasi ignis exardescit
910Every woman that is a harlot, shall be trodden upon as dung in the way.omnis mulier quae est fornicaria quasi stercus in via conculcatur
911Many by admiring the beauty of another man's wife, have become reprobate, for her conversation burneth as fire.speciem mulieris alienae multi admirati reprobi facti sunt conloquium enim illius quasi ignis exardescit
912Sit not at all with another man's wife, nor repose upon the bed with her:cum aliena muliere non accumbas super cubitum cum aliena muliere ne sedeas omnino nec accumbas cum ea super cubitum
913And strive not with her over wine, lest thy heart decline towards her and by thy blood thou fall into destruction.et non alterceris cum ea in vino ne forte declinet cor tuum in illa et sanguine tuo labaris in perditionem
914Forsake not an old friend, for the new will not be like to him.ne derelinquas amicum antiquum novus enim non erit similis illi
915A new friend is as new wine: it shall grow old, and thou shalt drink it with pleasure.vinum novum amicus novus veterescat et cum suavitate bibes illud
916Envy not the glory and riches of a sinner: for thou knowest not what his ruin shall be.non zeles gloriam et opes peccatoris non enim scis quae futura sit illius subversio
917Be not pleased with the wrong done by the unjust, knowing that even to hell the wicked shall not please.non placeat tibi iniuria iniustorum sciens quoniam usque ad inferos non placebit impius
918Keep thee far from the man that hath power to kill, so thou shalt not suspect the fear of death.longe abesto ab homine potestatem habente occidendi et non suspicaberis timorem mortis
919And if thou come to him, commit no fault, lest he take away thy life.et si accesseris ad illum noli aliquid committere ne forte auferat vitam tuam
920Know it to be a communication with death: for thou art going in the midst of snares, and walking upon the arms of them that are grieved.communionem mortis scito quoniam in medium laqueorum ingredieris et super dolentium arma ambulabis
921According to thy power beware of thy neighbour, and treat with the wise and prudent.secundum virtutem tuam cave te a proximo et cum sapientibus et prudentibus tracta
922Let just men be thy guests, and let thy glory be in the fear of God.viri iusti sint tibi convivae et in timore Dei sit gloriatio tibi
923And let the thought of God be in thy mind, and all thy discourse on the commandments of the Highest.et in sensu sit tibi cogitatus et omnis narratio tua in praeceptis Altissimi
924Works shall be praised for the hand of the artificers, and the prince of the people for the wisdom of his speech, but the word of the ancients for the sense.in manus artificum opera laudabitur et princeps populi in sapientia sermonis sui in sensu vero seniorum verbum
925A man full of tongue is terrible in his city, and he that is rash in his word shall be hateful.terribilis est in civitate sua homo linguosus et temerarius in verbo suo odibilis erit
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