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  1. Proverbs 26 24
    If we dissembleth with our lips, what do we do?
    We hateth
  2. Proverbs 26 24
    He that hateth dissembleth with his lips, and also does what?
    Layeth up deceit within him
  3. Proverbs 26 23
    A potsherd covered with silver and dross is referred to what two things?
    Burning lips and a wicked heart
  4. Proverbs 26 22
    The words of this person are as wounds?
    A talebearer
  5. Proverbs 26 22
    What does the words of a talebearer do?
    They go down into the innermost parts of the belly
  6. Proverbs 26 21
    FIB: As coals are to ____ _____, and wood to _____; so is a _____ man to _______strife?
    Burning coals; fire; contentious; kindle
  7. Proverbs 26 20
    Where there is no talebearer, the strife will do what?
    Ceaseth
  8. Proverbs 26 20
    Where there is no wood, what happens to the fire?
    It goeth out
  9. Proverbs 26 18
    What is the connection between a mad man and a man that deceives his neighbor and says "Am not I in sport"?
    They both casteth fire brands, arrows and death
  10. Proverbs 26 13
    Who said these words? "There is a lion in the way; a lion is in the streets"?
    The slothful man
  11. Proverbs 26 16
    The sluggard is wiser in his own conceit than how many men that can render a reason?
    Seven
  12. Proverbs 26 15
    Who hides his hand in his bosom and is grieved to bring it again to his mouth?
    The slothful
  13. Proverbs 26 17
    FIB: He that ___by, and ____with ____belonging not to him, is like one that _____ a dog by the ears?
    Passeth, meddleth, strife, taketh
  14. Proverbs 26 28
    What kind of tongue hateth those that are afflicted by it?
    Lying
  15. Proverbs 26 28
    What kind of mouth worketh ruin?
    Flattering
  16. Proverbs 26 27
     Repeat Proverbs 26:27
    "Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein"
  17. Proverbs 26 27
    Where can these words be found? "Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein"?
    Proverbs 26:27
  18. Proverbs 26 27
    What will happen to him that rolleth a stone?
    It will return upon him
  19. Proverbs 26 25
    When a person speaks fair, how many abominations are in his heart?
    Seven
  20. Proverbs 26 25
    When a person speaks fair, what are we to do?
    Believe him not
  21. Proverbs 26 26
    FIB: Whose ___ is covered by ___, his ___ shall be ____before the whole ______?
    Hatred, deceit, wickedness, shewed, congregation
  22. Proverbs 28:1
    When do the wicked flee?
    when no man pursueth
  23. Proverbs 28:1
    The righteous are bold as this?
    a lion
  24. Proverbs 28:1
    The wicked do this when no man pursueth?
    flee
  25. Proverbs 28:1
    Who are as bold as a lion?
    the righteous?
  26. Proverbs 28:2
    For this of the land, many are the princes thereof?
    trangression
  27. Proverbs 28:2
    Many are these because of the transgressions of the land?
    princes
  28. Proverbs 28:2
    10 point bonus
    By a man of this and this shall the state therof be prolonged?
    • understanding
    • and knowledge
  29. Proverbs 28:3
    A poor man that opresseth these is like a sweeping rain which leaveth no food?
    poor
  30. Proverbs 28:3
    A poor man that does this is like a sweeping rain which leaveth no food?
    opresseth
  31. Proverbs 28:3
    A poor man that opresseth the poor is like this kind of rain which leaveth no food?
    sweeping
  32. Proverbs 28:3
    A poor man that opresseth the poor is like a sweeping rain which leaveth no blank?
    food
  33. Proverbs 28:4
    They that forsake this praise the wicked?
    the law
  34. Proverbs 28:4
    They that forsake the law praise these?
    wicked
  35. Proverbs 28:4
    Such as keep this contend with these keep the law?
    the law
  36. Proverbs 28:4
    Such as keep the law do this with the wicked?
    contend
  37. Proverbs 28:5
    Evil men understand not this?
    judgement
  38. Proverbs 28:5
    They that seek the Lord understand what?
    all things
  39. Proverbs 28:6
    Better are these that walketh in his uprightness than he that is perverse in his ways though he be rich?
    poor
  40. Proverbs 28:6
    Better is the poor that walketh in his blank than he that is perverse in his ways though he be rich?
    uprightness
  41. Proverbs 28:6
    Better are these that walketh in his uprightness than he that is perverse in his ways though he be this?
    rich
  42. Proverbs 28:7
    Whoso keepeth this is a wise son?
    the law
  43. Proverbs 28:7
    Whoso keepeth the law is this kind of son?
    wise
  44. Proverbs 28:7
    He that is a companion of this kind of men shameth his father?
    riotous
  45. Proverbs 28:7
    He that is this of riotous of men shameth his father?
    companion
  46. Proverbs 28:7
    He that is a companion of riotous men does this to his father?
    shameth
  47. Proverbs 28:7
    He that is a companion of riotous men shameth whom?
    his father
  48. Proverbs 28:8
    10 point bonus
    He shall increase his substance by these two ways?
    • usury
    • unjust gain
  49. Proverbs 28:9
    He that turneth away his ear from doing this, even his prayer shall be abomination?
    hearing the law
  50. Proverbs 28:9
    He that turneth away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer shall be ?
    abomination
  51. Proverbs 28:9
    He that turneth away his ear from hearing the law, even this shall be abomination?
    his prayer
  52. Proverbs 28:10
    Whoso causeth these to go astray in and evil way, he shall fall himself into his own pit?
    righteous
  53. Proverbs 28:10
    Whoso causeth the righteous to do this in and evil way, he shall fall himself into his own pit?
    go astray
  54. Proverbs 28:10
    Whoso causeth the righteous to go astray in this way, he shall fall himself into his own pit?
    an evil
  55. Proverbs 28:10
    Whoso causeth the righteous to go astray in and evil way, he shall do this himself into his own pit?
    fall
  56. Proverbs 28:10
    Whoso causeth the righteous to go astray in and evil way, he shall fall himself into this?
    his own pit?
  57. Proverbs 28:10
    The upright shall has have this in possession?
    good things
  58. Proverbs 28:10
    These shall has have good things in possession?
    upright
  59. Proverbs 28:11
    The rich man is this in his own conceit?
    wise
  60. Proverbs 28:11
    This kind of man is wise in his own conceit?
    rich
  61. Proverbs 28:11
    The rich man is wise in his own conceit; but the poor that hath understanding does this?
    searcheth him out
  62. Proverbs 28:11
    The rich man is wise in his own conceit; but these that hath understanding searcheth him out?
    the poor
  63. Proverbs 28:12
    When righteous men do this, there is great glory?
    rejoice
  64. Proverbs 28:12
    When this kind of men do rejoice, there is great glory?
    righteous
  65. Proverbs 28:12
    When righteous men rejoice, there is this kind of glory?
    great
  66. Proverbs 28:12
    When righteous men rejoice, there is great this?
    glory
  67. Proverbs 28:12
    When the wicked rise a man is this?
    hidden
  68. Proverbs 28:12
    When the wicked do this a man is hidden?
    rise
  69. Proverbs 28:12
    When these rise a man is hidden?
    wicked
  70. Proverbs 28:13
    He that covereth this shall not prosper?
    his sins
  71. Proverbs 28:13
    He that does this shall not prosper?
    covereth his sins
  72. Proverbs 28:13
    He that covereth his sins shall not blank?
    prosper
  73. Proverbs 28:13
    10 point bonus
    Whoso does this of this sins shall have mercy?
    confeseth and forsaketh
  74. Proverbs 28:13
    Whoso confeseth and forsaketh this shall have mercy?
    his sin
  75. Proverbs 28:13
    Whoso confeseth and forsaketh his sins shall have this?
    mercy
  76. Proverbs 28:14
    Blank is the man that feareth alway?
    Happy
  77. Proverbs 28:14
    Happy is the man that does this alway?
    feareth
  78. Proverbs 28:14
    He that hardeneth his heart shall blank into mischief?
    fall
  79. Proverbs 28:14
    He that does this shall fall into mischief?
    hardeneth his heart
  80. Proverbs 28:27
    He that giveth unto these shall not lack?
    the poor
  81. Proverbs 28:27
    He that giveth unto the poor shall not this?
    lack
  82. Proverbs 28:27
    He that hideth his eyes from these shall have many a curse?
    poor
  83. Proverbs 28:27
    He that hideth this from poor shall have many a curse?
    eyes
  84. Proverbs 28:27
    He that hideth his eyes from the poor shall have many of these?
    curse
  85. Proverbs 28:28
    When these rise, men hide themselves?
    wicked
  86. Proverbs 28:28
    When the wicked rise, these hide themselves?
    men
  87. Proverbs 28:28
    When the wicked rise, men do this ?
    hide themselves
  88. Proverbs 28:28
    When the wicked perish the righteous do this?
    increase
  89. Proverbs 28:28
    When the wicked do this the righteous do increase?
    perish
  90. Proverbs 28:28
    When the wicked perish these increase?
    the righteous
  91. Proverbs 28:26
    He that trusteth in his own blank is a fool?
    heart
  92. Proverbs 28:26
    He that trusteth in his own heart is this?
    fool
  93. Proverbs 28:26
    He that does this in his own heart is a fool?
    trusteth
  94. Proverbs 28:26
    Whoso walketh wisely, he shall be this?
    delivered
  95. Proverbs 28:26
    Whoso walketh like this, he shall be delivered?
    wisely
  96. Proverbs 28:26
    Whoso does this wisely, he shall be delivered?
    walketh
  97. Proverbs 28:15
    10 point bonus
    A wicked ruler over the poor people is as these?
    • a roaring lion
    • a ranging bear
  98. Proverbs 28:15
    This kind of ruler is as a roaring lion, and a ranging bear over the poor people?
    wicked
  99. Proverbs 28:15
    As a blank lion and a blank bear, so is a wicked ruler over the poor people?
    • roaring
    • ranging
  100. Proverbs 28:16
    The prince that wanteth this is also a great oppressor?
    understanding
  101. Proverbs 28:16
    This person that wanteth understanding is also a great oppressor?
    prince
  102. Proverbs 28:16
    The prince that wanteth understanding is also a great this?
    oppressor
  103. Proverbs 28:16
    He that hateth covetousness shall do this to this days?
    prolong
  104. Proverbs 28:16
    He that hateth covetousness shall prolong this?
    his days
  105. Proverbs 28:17
    A man that doeth violence to this
    of any person shall flee to the pit: let no man stay him?
    the blood
  106. Proverbs 28:17
    A man that doeth this to the blood
    of any person shall flee to the pit: let no man stay him?
    violence
  107. Proverbs 28:17
    FIB
    A man that doeth violence to the blood of any person shall blank to the pit: let no man stay him?
    flee
  108. Proverbs 28:18
    Whoso does this uprightly shall be saved?
    walketh
  109. Proverbs 28:18
    WHso walketh uprightly shall be this?
    saved
  110. Proverbs 28:18
    FIB
    He that is perverse in his ways shall fall blank?
    at once
  111. Proverbs 28:18
    He that is this in his ways shall fall at once?
    perverse
  112. Proverbs 28:19
    He that tillith his land shall have plenty of this?
    bread
  113. Proverbs 28:19
    He that does this to his land shall have plenty of bread?
    tillith
  114. Proverbs 28:19
    He that tillith his land shall have plenty of bread: but he that followeth after this person shall have proverty enough?
    vain
  115. Proverbs 28:19
    He that tillith his land shall have plenty of bread: but he that followeth after a vain person shall have;this enough?
    proverty
  116. Proverbs 28:20
    A faithful man shall abound?
    with blessings
  117. Proverbs 26:24
    If we dissembleth with our lips, what do we do?
    We hateth
  118. Proverbs 26:23
    A potsherd covered with silver and dross is referred to what two things?
    Burning lips and a wicked heart
  119. Proverbs 26:22
    The words of this person are as wounds
    A talebearer
  120. Proverbs 26:22
    What does the words of a talebearer do?
    They go down into the innermost parts of the belly
  121. Proverbs 26:21
    FIB: As coals are to ____ _____, and wood to _____; so is a _____ man to _______strife?
    Burning coals; fire; contentious; kindle
  122. Proverbs 26:20
    Where there is no talebearer, the strife will do what?
    Ceaseth
  123. Proverbs 26:20
    Where there is no wood, what happens to the fire?
    It goeth out
  124. Proverbs 26:18
    What is the connection between a mad man and a man that deceives his neighbor and says "Am not I in sport"?
    They both casteth fire brands, arrows and death
  125. Proverbs 26:13
    Who said these words? "There is a lion in the way; a lion is in the streets"?
    the slothful man
  126. Proverbs 26:16
    The sluggard is wiser in his own conceit than how many men that can render a reason?
    Seven
  127. Proverbs 26:15
    Who hides his hand in his bosom and is grieved to bring it again to his mouth?
    the slothful
  128. Proverbs 26:17
    FIB: He that ___by, and ____with ____belonging not to him, is like on that _____ a dog by the ears?
    Passeth, meddleth, strife, taketh
  129. Proverbs 26:28
    What kind of tongue hateth those that are afflicted by it?
    lying
  130. Proverbs 26:28
    What kind of mouth worketh ruin?
    Flattering
  131. Proverbs 26:27
    What will happen to him that rolleth a stone?
    It will return upon him
  132. Proverbs 26:26
    FIB: Whose ___ is covered by ___, his ___ shall be ____before the whole ______?
    Hatred, deceit, wickedness, shewed, congregation

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