Verse 33. "But whoso hearkeneth unto me shall dwell safely " - The man who hears the voice of wisdom in preference to the enticements of the wicked. He shall dwell in safety, jfb ky yishcan betach, he shall inhabit safety itself; he shall be completely safe and secure; and shall be quiet from the fear of evil, having a full consciousness of his own innocence and God's protection. Coverdale translates, "And have ynough without eney feare of evell." What the just man has he got honestly; and he has the blessing of God upon it. It is the reverse with the thief, the knave, the cheat, and the extortioner: Male parta pejus dilabuntur; "Ill gotten, worse spent."