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|2 9:14 For she sitteth at the door of her house, on a seat in the high places of the |
city, 2 9:17 Stolen waters are sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant. You
have to come to her. You have to make your way to where she sits enthroned and
|waters taste sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant" (9:17). Attracted by |
Folly, they know not "that her guests are in the depth of the grave" (9:18). Notable
Quotations 1 . The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, And the knowledge of
|—Helen Green “A false balance is abomination to the Lord: but a just weight is |
his delight” (Proverbs 11:1 KJV). Locks are only ... —Helen Green “Stolen waters
are sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant” (Proverbs 9:17 KJV). “Stolen ...
|He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow |
rivers of living water. 39. (But this spake he of the ... Water (Stolen waters are
sweet and bread eaten in secret is pleasant) Proverbs 9:17 17. Stolen waters are
|This chapter of Proverbs provides a clearly discernible, planned, and deliberate |
contrast between Wisdom and the foolish woman. Both are ... "Stolen waters are
sweet," she says, "and bread eaten in secret is pleasant" (Proverbs 9:17). She is
|The widow of Zarephath prepared a loaf of bread for Elijah out of her last bit of |
flour (1 Kings 17:11–16). 5. Jesus took five loaves and ... Stolen waters are sweet
, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant (Proverbs 9:17). 6. Bread of deceit is
|Then it adds, "In this way you will be crossing a foreign water," regarding |
heretical baptism as foreign and improper, ... sits on a seat at the door outside her
house and says, "Stolen waters are sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant.
... 36.49 9:17 The Sweetness of Stolen Water Bread and Water Are Used by
|Not only did Eve sin, but she persuaded her husband to eat of the forbidden fruit |
as well. Proverbs 9:17 says, Stolen water is sweet; and bread eaten in secret is
pleasant. The apple (or fruit) was pleasant to look at, a delight to the eyes (Gen.
|Psalms 44: 21 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide |
under the shadow of the Almighty. Psalms 91: 1 Stolen waters are sweet, and
bread eaten in secret is pleasant. Proverbs 9: 17 A talebearer revealeth secrets:
|Cervantes, the Spanish novelist, called Proverbs "short sentences drawn from |
long experiences. ... (Proverbs 9:8) * "Stolen waters are sweet, and bread eaten
in secret is pleasant." (Proverbs 9:17) * "Hope deferred makes the heart sick.