Proverbs 26 17 kjv

Proverbs 26 17 kjv DEFAULT

Proverbs

Sorry, an error was encountered while loading comparison.

Sorry, an error was encountered while loading the book.

Sorry, you don't have permission to view that book.

No matches.

Sorry, an error was encountered while loading part of the book.

An error occurred while marking the devotional as read.

An error occurred while accessing favorites

What does the Great Commission have to do with mobile devices? More than you might think.

Learn more

17 Whoever meddles in a quarrel not his own

is like one who takes a passing dog by the ears.

Read more Share



Proverbs — The New International Version (NIV)

17 Like one who grabs a stray dog by the ears

is someone who rushes into a quarrel not their own.

Proverbs — King James Version (KJV )

17 He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him,

Is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

Proverbs — New Living Translation (NLT)

17 Interfering in someone else’s argument

is as foolish as yanking a dog’s ears.

Proverbs — The New King James Version (NKJV)

17 He who passes by and meddles in a quarrel not his own

Is like one who takes a dog by the ears.

Proverbs — New Century Version (NCV)

17 Interfering in someone else’s quarrel as you pass by

is like grabbing a dog by the ears.

Proverbs — American Standard Version (ASV )

17 He that passeth by, and vexeth himself with strife belonging not to him,

Is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

Proverbs — Darby Bible (DARBY)

17 He that passing by vexeth himself with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

Proverbs — GOD’S WORD Translation (GW)

17 ⌊Like⌋ grabbing a dog by the ears,

⌊so⌋ is a bystander who gets involved in someone else’s quarrel.

Proverbs — The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB)

17 A person who is passing by and meddles in a quarrel that’s not his

is like one who grabs a dog by the ears.

Proverbs — The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)

17 Like somebody who takes a passing dog by the ears

is one who meddles in the quarrel of another.

Proverbs — The Lexham English Bible (LEB)

17 Grabbing onto the ears of a dog

passing by is one who meddles in a quarrel that is not his own.

Proverbs — New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)

17 Don’t get mixed up in someone else’s fight as you are passing by.

That’s like picking a dog up by its ears.

Proverbs — New American Standard Bible: Update (NASB95)

17 Like one who takes a dog by the ears

Is he who passes by andmeddles with strife not belonging to him.


A service of Faithlife / Logos Bible Software

Sours: https://biblia.com/bible/esv/proverbs/26/17

Proverbs

17 He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

18 As a mad man who castethfirebrands,arrows, and death,

19 So is the man that deceiveth his neighbour, and saith, Am not I in sport?

20 Where nowood is, there the fire goeth out: so where there is no talebearer, the strifeceaseth.

21 As coals are to burning coals, and wood to fire; so is a contentious*man to kindlestrife.

22 The words of a talebearer are as wounds, and they go down into the innermost parts of the belly.

23Burninglips and a wickedheart are like a potsherdcovered with silverdross.

24 He that hatethdissembleth with his lips, and layeth updeceitwithin him;

25 When he speakethfair, believe him not: for there are sevenabominations in his heart.

26 Whose hatred is covered by deceit, his wickedness shall be shewed before the whole congregation.

27 Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein: and he that rolleth a stone, it will return upon him.

28 A lyingtonguehateth those that are afflicted by it; and a flatteringmouthworkethruin.

Sours: https://www.biblestudytools.com/passage/?q=proverbs+&t=kjv
  1. Apha premarket
  2. Roblox telamon hair
  3. Vintage womens bike

Verse  (Click for Chapter)

King James Bible
He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

New King James Version
He who passes by and meddles in a quarrel not his own Is like one who takes a dog by the ears.

American Standard Version
He that passeth by, and vexeth himself with strife belonging not to him, Is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

Berean Study Bible
Like one who grabs a dog by the ears is a passerby who meddles in a quarrel not his own.

Douay-Rheims Bible
As he that taketh a dog by the ears, so is he that passeth by in anger, and meddleth with another man's quarrel.

English Revised Version
He that passeth by, and vexeth himself with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

World English Bible
Like one who grabs a dog's ears is one who passes by and meddles in a quarrel not his own.

Young's Literal Translation
Laying hold on the ears of a dog, Is a passer-by making himself wrath for strife not his own.

Proverbs Additional Translations

Links

Proverbs NIV
Proverbs NLT
Proverbs ESV
Proverbs NASB
Proverbs NKJV
Proverbs KJV
Sours: https://biblehub.com/kjv/proverbs/htm
October 27, Jeremiah 51, Titus 2, Psalm 99, Proverbs 26:17, KJV

Proverbs

Even a friendly dog will bite, if you grab and pull its ears. And here is the busybody, stopping to get involved in the strife of others, who will soon be bitten by both parties. The Preacher Solomon taught you the wisdom of avoiding the conflicts of others.

Peacemakers are wonderful (Matt ). But the greatest work of making peace involves your own fighting. If you have offended another, you are to make peace with him (Matt ). If another has offended you, you are to make peace with him (Matt ).

By great care, and only after wise reflection, should you get involved in others&#; conflicts and try to make peace for them. For even your own strife, which you know well, must be resolved with caution, let alone that of which you know little (Pr ). After wise thought, make sure your words are good ones spoken in due season (Pr ; ).

Spiritual and wise men should try to help others with their conflicts and problems (Rom ; Gal ), which includes fighting and strife. You are your brothers&#; keepers in such things (Lev ; I Thess ). And those in authority, as parents and pastors, have the honorable right and obligation to search out problems and make peace (Pr ).

But some people are busybodies. They love to be busy in other men&#;s matters (I Pet ; I Tim ). This is a sin, and it is to be avoided by wise men. Peter&#;s strong warning associates this sin with murder, theft, and evil deeds. Stay busy with your own things. If you were fulfilling your duties as you should, you would not have time for others&#; things.

Meddlers love to get involved in disputes or trouble between others. They crave the inside information of private controversies. It gives them a perverse sense of worth. It makes them feel important to be involved in others&#; problems, though they are usually terrible about solving their own problems. Every man has enough problems of his own.

Some at Thessalonica were so prone to this sin they even stopped working. Paul wrote, &#;For we hear that there are some which walk among you disorderly, working not at all, but are busybodies. Now them that are such we command and exhort by our Lord Jesus Christ, that with quietness they work, and eat their own bread&#; (II Thess ). He had written in the first epistle, &#;And that ye study to be quiet, and to do your own business, and to work with your own hands, as we commanded you&#; (I Thess ).

Women have a great temptation to be meddlers, or busybodies, in strife not belonging to them. So Paul recommended marriage and children for young widows, to keep them from idleness and the temptation of such folly (I Tim ). A busy woman who is conscientious about her duties will not have time or interest in such dangerous things. Idleness is a curse on any people, as it was in Sodom of old (Ezek ). The true adage declares, &#;An idle mind is the devil&#;s workshop.&#; Stay busy, and do not meddle.

Jesus taught that each man has sufficient evil threatening his own life each day to keep him fully occupied (Matt ). He called it hypocrisy to worry and judge another person about a mote of dust in his eye, when you should be fully occupied with getting the beam out of your own eye (Matt ). Both Solomon and He that is far greater than Solomon have warned you. Keep away from others&#; squabbles. Leave every dog&#;s ears alone!

The Lord Jesus Christ also set a perfect example in this matter. &#;And one of the company said unto him, Master, speak to my brother, that he divide the inheritance with me. And he said unto him, Man, who made me a judge or a divider over you&#; (Luke )? Dear reader, you can follow this holy example of Jesus today. The difference is very great between suffering as a busybody and suffering as a Christian (I Pet ).

Free Daily Proverbs Commentary Email

Sours: https://letgodbetrue.com/proverbs/index/chapter/proverbs/

Kjv 17 proverbs 26

Proverbs Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓]

Proverbs , NIV: "Like one who grabs a stray dog by the ears is someone who rushes into a quarrel not their own."

Proverbs , ESV: "Whoever meddles in a quarrel not his own is like one who takes a passing dog by the ears."

Proverbs , KJV: "He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears."

Proverbs , NASB: "Like one who takes a dog by the ears, So is one who passes by and meddles with strife not belonging to him."

Proverbs , NLT: "Interfering in someone else's argument is as foolish as yanking a dog's ears."

Proverbs , CSB: "A person who is passing by and meddles in a quarrel that's not his is like one who grabs a dog by the ears."

Sours: https://www.bibleref.com/Proverbs/26/Proverbshtml
Proverbs 26-28 • Avoiding Foolishness

.

Similar news:

.



260 261 262 263 264