Proverbs 2:7; Proverbs 11:1; Proverbs 11:3; Proverbs 11:20; Proverbs 12:19; Proverbs 12:22; Proverbs 14:25; Proverbs 16:13; Proverbs 19:1; Proverbs 20:7; Proverbs 20:10; Proverbs 24:26; Proverbs 24:28; Proverbs 28:6; Proverbs 28:13; Proverbs 28:23

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Proverbs 2:7

he stores up sound wisdom for the upright;

he is ba shield to those who cwalk in integrity,

Proverbs 11:1

aA false balance is an abomination to the Lord,

bbut a just weight is his delight.

Proverbs 11:3

eThe integrity of the upright guides them,

fbut the crookedness of the treacherous destroys them.

Proverbs 11:20

20  Those of acrooked heart are ban abomination to the Lord,

but those of cblameless ways are dhis delight.

Proverbs 12:19

19  Truthful lips endure forever,

but ea lying tongue is but for a moment.

Proverbs 12:22

22  hLying lips are ian abomination to the Lord,

jbut those who act faithfully are his delight.

Proverbs 14:25

25  A truthful witness saves lives,

but one who lbreathes out lies is deceitful.

Proverbs 16:13

13  dRighteous lips are the delight of a king,

and he loves him who speaks what is right.

Proverbs 19:1

aBetter is a poor person who bwalks in his integrity

than one who is crooked in speech and is a fool.

Proverbs 20:7

The righteous who jwalks in his integrity

kblessed are his children after him!

Proverbs 20:10

10  oUnequal1 weights and unequal measures

are both alike an abomination to the Lord.

Proverbs 24:26

26  Whoever gives an honest answer

kisses the lips.

Proverbs 24:28

28  fBe not a witness against your neighbor without cause,

and do not deceive with your lips.

Proverbs 28:6

kBetter is a poor man who lwalks in his integrity

than a rich man who is lcrooked in his ways.

Proverbs 28:13

13  Whoever xconceals his transgressions will not prosper,

but he who yconfesses and forsakes them will obtain mercy.

Proverbs 28:23

23  Whoever prebukes a man will afterward find more favor

than qhe who flatters with his tongue.