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Proverbs 10:14

Lay up - The point of the maxim is that the wise man reserves what he has to say for the right time, place, and persons (compare Matthew 7:6), as contrasted with the foolish, ever giving immediate utterance to what destroys himself and others.




Other Barnes' Notes entries containing Proverbs 10:14:

Proverbs 12:23
Habakkuk 2:17

 

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