Löydetty 244 Tulokset: love

  • Let her be thy dearest hind, and most agreeable fawn: let her breasts inebriate thee at all times; he thou delighted continually with her love. (Proverbs 5, 19)

  • I love them that love me: and they that in the morning early watch for me, shall find me. (Proverbs 8, 17)

  • That I may enrich them that love me, and may fill their treasures. (Proverbs 8, 21)

  • But he that shall sin against me, shall hurt his own soul. All that hate me love death. (Proverbs 8, 36)

  • Rebuke not a scorner lest he hate thee. Rebuke a wise man, and he will love thee. (Proverbs 9, 8)

  • It is better to be invited to herbs with love, than to a fatted calf with hatred. (Proverbs 15, 17)

  • Death and life are in the power of the tongue: they that love it, shall eat the fruits thereof. (Proverbs 18, 21)

  • Love not sleep, lest poverty oppress thee: open thy eyes, and be filled with bread. (Proverbs 20, 13)

  • Open rebuke is better than hidden love. (Proverbs 27, 5)

  • A time of love, and a time of hatred. A time of war, and a time of peace. (Ecclesiastes 3, 8)

  • All these things have I considered in my heart, that I might carefully understand them: there are just men and wise men, and their works are in the hand of God: and yet man knoweth not whether he be worthy of love, or hatred: (Ecclesiastes 9, 1)

  • Their love also, and their hatred, and their envy are all perished, neither have they any part in this world, and in the work that is done under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 9, 6)


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