Your Attitude Toward God1 ▼
▼ Ch 4:17 in Heb, b Guard your steps as you go to the house of God and draw near to listen rather than to offer the c sacrifice of fools; for they do not know they are doing evil. 2 ▼
▼ Ch 5:1 in HebDo not be e hasty ▼
▼ Lit with your mouthin word or ▼
▼ Lit hurry your heartimpulsive in thought to bring up a matter in the presence of God. For God is in heaven and you are on the earth; therefore let your h words be few. 3 For the dream comes through much ▼
▼ Lit taskeffort and the voice of a j fool through many words. 4 When you k make a vow to God, do not be late in paying it; for He takes no delight in fools. l Pay what you vow! 5 It is m better that you should not vow than that you should vow and not pay. 6 Do not let your ▼
▼ Lit mouthspeech cause ▼
▼ Lit your bodyyou to sin and do not say in the presence of the messenger of God that it was a p mistake. Why should God be angry on account of your voice and destroy the work of your hands? 7 For in many dreams and in many words there is ▼
▼ Lit vanityemptiness. Rather ▼
▼ Or revere, s fear God. 8 If you see t oppression of the poor and u denial of justice and righteousness in the province, do not be v shocked at the ▼
▼ Lit delightsight; for one ▼
▼ Lit high oneofficial watches over another ▼
▼ Lit high oneofficial, and there are higher ▼
▼ Lit onesofficials over them. 9 After all, a king who cultivates the field is an advantage to the land.
The Folly of Riches10 aa He who loves money will not be satisfied with money, nor he who loves abundance with its income. This too is ▼
▼ Or futilityvanity. 11 ac When good things increase, those who consume them increase. So what is the advantage to their owners except to ▼
▼ Lit see with their eyeslook on? 12 The sleep of the working man is ae pleasant, whether he eats little or much; but the ▼
▼ Lit satietyfull stomach of the rich man does not allow him to sleep. 13 There is a grievous evil which I have seen under the sun: ag riches being ▼
▼ Lit guardedhoarded by their owner to his hurt. 14 When those riches were lost through ▼
▼ Lit an evil taska bad investment and he had fathered a son, then there was nothing ▼
▼ Lit in his handto support him. 15 ak As he had come naked from his mother’s womb, so will he return as he came. He will al take nothing from the fruit of his labor that he can carry in his hand. 16 This also is a grievous evil— exactly as a man ▼
▼ Lit comesis born, thus will he ▼
▼ Lit godie. So ao what is the advantage to him who ap toils for the wind? 17 Throughout his life aq he also eats in darkness with ar great vexation, sickness and anger. 18 Here is what I have seen to be as good and ▼
▼ Lit beautifulfitting: to eat, to drink and ▼
▼ Lit see goodenjoy oneself in all one’s labor in which he toils under the sun during the few ▼
▼ Or daysyears of his life which God has given him; for this is his ▼
▼ Or share, ax reward. 19 Furthermore, as for every man to whom ay God has given riches and wealth, He has also az empowered him to eat from them and to receive his ▼
▼ Or sharereward and rejoice in his labor; this is the bb gift of God. 20 For he will not often ▼
▼ Lit rememberconsider the ▼
▼ Or daysyears of his life, because be God keeps ▼
▼ So with Grhim occupied with the gladness of his heart.
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