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Do Not Trust a Fool~

Fool Scripture

Just as snow should not fall in summer, nor rain at harvest time, so people should not honor a fool.

Don’t worry when someone curses you for no reason. Nothing bad will happen. Such words are like birds that fly past and never stop~

You have to whip a horse, you have to put a bridle on a mule, and you have to beat a fool~

There is no good way to answer fools when they say something stupid. If you answer them, then you, too, will look like a fool. If you don’t answer them, they will think they are smart~

Never let a fool carry your message. If you do, it will be like cutting off your own feet. You are only asking for trouble~

A fool trying to say something wise is like a crippled person trying to walk~

Showing honor to a fool is as bad as tying a rock in a sling~

A fool trying to say something wise is like a drunk trying to pick a thorn out of his hand~

Hiring a fool or a stranger who is just passing by is dangerous—you don’t know who might get hurt~

Like a dog that returns to its vomit, a fool does the same foolish things again and again~

People who think they are wise when they are not are worse than fools~

A person who is lazy and wants to stay home says, “What if there is a lion out there? Really, there might be a lion in the street!”

Like a door on its hinges, a lazy man turns back and forth on his bed~

Lazy people are too lazy to lift the food from their plate to their mouth~

Lazy people think they are seven times smarter than the people who really have good sense~

To step between two people arguing is as foolish as going out into the street and grabbing a stray dog by the ears~

Anyone who would trick someone and then say, “I was only joking” is like a fool who shoots flaming arrows into the air and accidentally kills someone~

Without wood, a fire goes out. Without gossip, arguments stop~

Charcoal keeps the coals glowing, wood keeps the fire burning, and troublemakers keep arguments alive~

People love to hear gossip. It is like tasty food on its way to the stomach~

Good words that hide an evil heart are like silver paint over a cheap, clay pot~

Evil people say things to make themselves look good, but they keep their evil plans a secret~

What they say sounds good, but don’t trust them. They are full of evil ideas~

They hide their evil plans with nice words, but in the end, everyone will see the evil they do~

Whoever digs a pit can fall into it. Whoever rolls a large stone can be crushed by it~

Liars hate the people they hurt, and false praise can hurt people~Proverbs 26:1-28

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