Proverbs 6:32–33; Proverbs 9:7; Proverbs 10:7; Proverbs 20:11; Proverbs 22:1; Proverbs 27:14; Proverbs 27:21

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Proverbs 6:32–33

32  He who commits adultery lacks sense;

he who does it destroys himself.

33  He will get wounds and dishonor,

and his disgrace will not be wiped away.

Proverbs 9:7

Whoever corrects a scoffer gets himself abuse,

and he who reproves a wicked man incurs injury.

Proverbs 10:7

oThe memory of the righteous is a blessing,

but pthe name of the wicked will rot.

Proverbs 20:11

11  Even a child pmakes himself known by his acts,

by whether his conduct is pure and upright.1

Proverbs 22:1

pA good name is to be chosen rather than great riches,

and favor is better than silver or gold.

Proverbs 27:14

14  Whoever blesses his neighbor with a loud voice,

rising early in the morning,

will be counted as cursing.

Proverbs 27:21

21  wThe crucible is for silver, and the furnace is for gold,

and a man is tested by his praise.