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  • A shrewd servant comes off better than an unworthy child, he will share the inheritance with the brothers. (Proverbs 17, 2)

  • To hear the curse and disclose nothing is to share with the thief and to hate oneself. (Proverbs 29, 24)

  • keep falsehood and lies far from me, give me neither poverty nor riches, grant me only my share of food, (Proverbs 30, 8)

  • Give her a share in what her hands have worked for, and let her works tell her praises at the city gates. (Proverbs 31, 31)

  • Offer a share to seven or to eight people, you can never tell what disaster may occur. (Ecclesiastes 11, 2)

  • I therefore determined to take her to share my life, knowing that she would be my counsellor in prosperity and comfort me in cares and sorrow. (Wisdom of Solomon 8, 9)

  • So the holy children of the good offered sacrifice in secret and with one accord enacted this holy law: that the holy ones should share good things and dangers alike; and forthwith they chanted the hymns of the ancestors. (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 9)

  • and a third kind of friend will share your table, but not stand by you in your day of trouble: (Ecclesiasticus 6, 10)

  • Do not turn your back on those who weep, but share the grief of the grief-stricken. (Ecclesiasticus 7, 34)

  • Do not refuse yourself the good things of today, do not let your share of what is lawfully desired pass you by. (Ecclesiasticus 14, 14)

  • Win your neighbour's confidence when he is poor, so that you may enjoy his later good fortune with him; stand by him in times of trouble, in order to have your share when he comes into a legacy. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 23)

  • But of the people's territory he inherits nothing, he alone of all the people has no share, 'For I myself am your share and heritage.' (Ecclesiasticus 45, 22)


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