Saturday, February 20, 2016

One a Day - Proverbs 3

31My son, forget not my law, and let thy heart keep my commandments.fili mi ne obliviscaris legis meae et praecepta mea custodiat cor tuum
32For they shall add to thee length of days, and years of life, and peace.longitudinem enim dierum et annos vitae et pacem adponent tibi
33Let not mercy aud truth leave thee, put them about thy neck, and write them in the tables of thy heart.misericordia et veritas non te deserant circumda eas gutturi tuo et describe in tabulis cordis tui
34And thou shalt find grace, and good understanding before God and invenies gratiam et disciplinam bonam coram Deo et hominibus
35Have confidence in the Lord with all thy heart, and lean not upon thy own prudence.habe fiduciam in Domino ex toto corde tuo et ne innitaris prudentiae tuae
36In all thy ways think on him, and he will direct thy omnibus viis tuis cogita illum et ipse diriget gressus tuos
37Be not wise in thy own conceit: fear God, and depart from evil:ne sis sapiens apud temet ipsum time Dominum et recede a malo
38For it shall be health to thy navel, and moistening to thy bones.sanitas quippe erit umbilico tuo et inrigatio ossuum tuorum
39Honour the Lord with thy substance, and give him of the first of all thy fruits;honora Dominum de tua substantia et de primitiis omnium frugum tuarum
310And thy barns shall be filled with abundance, and thy presses shall run over with implebuntur horrea tua saturitate et vino torcularia redundabunt
311My son, reject not the correction of the Lord: and do not faint when thou art chastised by him:disciplinam Domini fili mi ne abicias nec deficias cum ab eo corriperis
312For whom the Lord loveth, he chastiseth: and as a father in the son he pleaseth himself.quem enim diligit Dominus corripit et quasi pater in filio conplacet sibi
313Blessed is the man that findeth wisdom, and is rich in prudence:beatus homo qui invenit sapientiam et qui affluit prudentia
314The purchasing thereof is better than the merchandise of silver, and her fruit than the chief and purest gold:melior est adquisitio eius negotiatione argenti et auro primo fructus eius
315She is more precious than all riches: and all the things that are desired, are not to be compared to her.pretiosior est cunctis opibus et omnia quae desiderantur huic non valent conparari
316Length of days is in her right hand, and in her left hand riches and glory.longitudo dierum in dextera eius in sinistra illius divitiae et gloria
317Her ways are beautiful ways, and all her paths are peaceable.viae eius viae pulchrae et omnes semitae illius pacificae
318She is a tree of life to them that lay hold on her: and he that shall retain her is blessed.lignum vitae est his qui adprehenderint eam et qui tenuerit eam beatus
319The Lord by wisdom hath founded the earth, hath established the heavens by prudence.Dominus sapientia fundavit terram stabilivit caelos prudentia
320By his wisdom the depths have broken out, and the clouds grow thick with dew.sapientia illius eruperunt abyssi et nubes rore concrescunt
321My son, let not these things depart from thy eyes: keep the law and counsel:fili mi ne effluant haec ab oculis tuis custodi legem atque consilium
322And there shall be life to thy soul, and grace to thy erit vita animae tuae et gratia faucibus tuis
323Then shalt thou walk confidently in thy way, and thy foot shall not stumble:tunc ambulabis fiducialiter in via tua et pes tuus non inpinget
324If thou sleep, thou shalt not fear: thou shalt rest, and thy sleep shall be dormieris non timebis quiesces et suavis erit somnus tuus
325Be not afraid of sudden fear, nor of the power of the wicked falling upon paveas repentino terrore et inruentes tibi potentias impiorum
326For the Lord will be at thy side, and will keep thy foot that thou be not taken.Dominus enim erit in latere tuo et custodiet pedem tuum ne capiaris
327Do not withhold him from doing good, who is able: if thou art able, do good thyself also.noli prohibere benefacere eum qui potest si vales et ipse benefac
328Say not to thy friend: Go, and come again: and to morrow I will give to thee: when thou canst give at dicas amico tuo vade et revertere et cras dabo tibi cum statim possis dare
329Practise not evil against thy friend, when he hath confidence in moliaris amico tuo malum cum ille in te habeat fiduciam
330Strive not against a man without cause, when he hath done thee no contendas adversus hominem frustra cum ipse tibi nihil mali fecerit
331Envy not the unjust man, and do not follow his aemuleris hominem iniustum nec imiteris vias eius
332For every mocker is an abomination to the Lord, and his communication is with the simple.quia abominatio Domini est omnis inlusor et cum simplicibus sermocinatio eius
333Want is from the Lord in the house of the wicked: but the habitations of the just shall be blessed.egestas a Domino in domo impii habitacula autem iustorum benedicentur
334He shall scorn the scorners, and to the meek he will give grace.inlusores ipse deludet et mansuetis dabit gratiam
335The wise shall possess glory: the promotion of fools is disgrace.gloriam sapientes possidebunt stultorum exaltatio ignominia

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