Proverbs

Proverbs

Proverbs 21:23; 4:23; 10:19; 12:18; 15:1, 2, 4; 17:27-28; 18:21
(Ecclesiastes 5:2, 1 Samuel 3:19, Isaiah 6:5, Micah 7:8)

Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles

Let my words be few and let them not fall not to the ground
As a man of unclean lips living in an unclean realm

Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles

In the multitude of words is sin not lacking
But he who restrains his words is wise
And wrath is turned away by a soft answer

Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles

Even a fool, when he keeps silent, is considered wise
He who has knowledge spares his words
A soothing word is a tree of life

Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles

Keep your heart with all diligence
From it flow the springs of life
Death and life are in the power of the tongue
But the tongue of the wise brings healing
Brings healing

Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles

Rejoice not over me, O my enemy
Though I fall I will rise
Though I dwell in darkness
The Lord is my light
He is my light

Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Whoever guards his mouth and tongue
Keeps his soul from troubles
Troubles …