Proverbs may refer to:
- The plural of the word proverb
- The Book of Proverbs, one of the books of the Hebrew Bible
- Roy Proverbs, English footballer
Other articles related to "proverbs":
... Much of the Book of Proverbs, a book of wise sayings, is attributed to Solomon ... In Proverbs 17 and Proverbs 910, the awe of YHWH is called the beginning or foundation of wisdom while Proverbs 813 declares "To fear YHWH is to hate injustice" ... In Proverbs 120, there is also reference to wisdom personified in female form, "Wisdom calls aloud in the streets, she raises her voice in the marketplaces." (Ad ...
... A Commentary on Proverbs, comment on Proverbs 311-12 A neglected Bible is the melancholy proof of a heart "alienated from God" ... A Commentary on Proverbs, comment on Proverbs 420-22 The godly union of souls in mutual forebearance with each other's infirmities, and mutual stimulating each other's graces—this surely is a ...
... The Book of Proverbs (in Hebrew מִשְלֵי Mish'ley), commonly referred to simply as Proverbs, is a book of the Hebrew Bible ... The original Hebrew title of the book of Proverbs is "Míshlê Shlomoh" ("Proverbs of Solomon") ... In the Greek Septuagint (LXX) the title became "paroimai paroimiae" ("Proverbs") ...
... is the name of a Biblical king mentioned in Proverbs 311 and 4, but otherwise unknown ... The opening verse of Proverbs 31 reads "The words of king Lemuel ... Lemuel aside from these two mentions in beginning of Proverbs 31 ...
Famous quotes containing the word proverbs:
“One who forgives an affront fosters friendship, but one who dwells on disputes will alienate a friend.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 17:9.
“Children suck the mother when they are young and the father when they are old.”
—English proverb, collected in J. Ray, English Proverbs (1670)
“Give instruction to the wise, and they will become wiser still; teach the righteous and they will gain in learning.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Proverbs 9:9.