Plans, are frustrated, for lack of consultation, but, by the multitude of counsellors, shall counsel, be established.
In the multitude of words, there wanteth not transgression, but, he that restraineth his lips, sheweth prudence.
But, if thy brother sin, withdraw, convince him, betwixt thee and him, alone,If unto thee he hearken, thou hast gained thy brother;
He that goeth about talebearing, revealeth a secret, but, he that is faithful in spirit, concealeth a matter.
Give ye thanks to Yahweh, Call upon his Name, Make known, among the peoples, his doings;
And, being at prayer, use not vain repetitions, just like the nations,for they think, that, in their much speaking, they shall be hoard;
Death and life, are in the power of the tongue, and, its friends, shall eat its fruits.
Not returning evil for evil, nor reviling for reviling, but, on the contrary, bestowing a blessing,because, hereunto, have ye been called, in order that, a blessing, ye might inherit.
A man hath joy, in the answer of his own mouth, and, a word in its season,how good!
Dear children! Let us not be loving in word, nor yet with the tongue, but in deed and truth.
He that watcheth his mouth, guardeth his soul, He that openeth wide his lips,
Open thy mouth for the dumb, for the cause of all the children of the departed.
Because, as many things as, in the darkness, ye have said, in the light, shall be heard; and, what to the ear ye spake, in the chambers, shall be proclaimed on the housetops.
A soft answer, turneth away wrath, but a cutting word raiseth anger.
For, oft, are we stumbling, one and all: If anyone, in word, doth not stumble, the same, is a mature man, able to curb even the whole body.
Even a fool, holding his peace, is accounted, wise,He that closeth his lips,
The words of a wise mans mouth, are pleasant,but, the lips of a dullard, will swallow him up:
But I say unto you, That, every useless expression that men shall utter, they shall render, concerning it, an account, in a day of judgment;
That, if thou shalt confess the declaration with thy mouthThat Jesus is, Lord, and shalt believe with thy hearThat, God, raised him from among the dead, thou shalt be saved;
Gentleness of the tongue, is a tree of life, but, crookedness therein, a grievous wound in the spirit.
The good man, out of the good treasure of the heart, bringeth forth that which is good; and, the wicked man, out of the wicked heart, bringeth forth that which is wicked; for, out of an overflowing of heart, speaketh, his mouth.
In the selfsame way moreover, even the Spirit, helpeth together in our weakness,for, what we should pray for as we ought, we know not, but, the Spirit itself, maketh intercession with sighings unutterable,
My mouth shall be filled with, thy praise, All the day, with thy splendour.
Ye know, my brethren beloved,but let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger,
Let, no putrid discourse, out of your mouth, be going forth, but if anything is goodsuited to the needful upbuilding,that it may give benefit unto them that hear;