Proverbs 3:33; Proverbs 4:18; Proverbs 11:11; Proverbs 11:30–31; Proverbs 13:21; Proverbs 14:2; Proverbs 15:8; Proverbs 15:19; Proverbs 15:29; Proverbs 16:13; Proverbs 21:12; Proverbs 21:21; Proverbs 29:6; Proverbs 29:10; Proverbs 29:27
33 aThe Lord’s curse is on the house of the wicked,
but he bblesses the dwelling of the righteous.
18 But dthe path of the righteous is like ethe light of dawn,
11 By the blessing of the upright a city is exalted,
30 The fruit of the righteous is wa tree of life,
and whoever xcaptures souls is wise.
31 If ythe righteous is repaid on earth,
how much more the wicked and the sinner!
21 xDisaster1 pursues sinners,
ybut the righteous are rewarded with good.
2 Whoever hwalks in uprightness fears the Lord,
but he who is idevious in his ways despises him.
8 oThe sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord,
but pthe prayer of the upright is acceptable to him.
19 The way of ha sluggard is like a hedge of ithorns,
but the path of the upright is ja level highway.
29 The Lord is afar from the wicked,
but he bhears the prayer of the righteous.
13 dRighteous lips are the delight of a king,
and he loves him who speaks what is right.
12 The Righteous One pobserves the house of the wicked;
he throws the wicked down to ruin.
21 Whoever zpursues righteousness and kindness
will find alife, righteousness, and honor.
6 An evil man is kensnared in his transgression,
but a righteous man lsings and rejoices.
10 Bloodthirsty men qhate one who is blameless
and seek the life of the upright.1
27 lAn unjust man is an abomination to the righteous,
but one whose way is straight is an abomination to the wicked.