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    PROVERBS 7

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    1 Solomon persuades to a sincere and kind familiarity with wisdom. 6 In an example of his own experience, he shews, 10 the cunning of a harlot; 22 and the desperate simplicity of a young wanton. 24 He dehorteth from such wickedness. VERSE 1 - My son. * Pr 1:8; 3:1 - keep. * Lu 8:15; 11:28 Joh 14:23; 15:20 Re 1:3; 22:9 - lay. * Pr 2:1-7; 10:14 De 11:28 Job 22:22 VERSE 2 - Keep. * Pr 4:13 Le 18:5 Isa 55:3 Joh 12:49,50; 14:21; 15:14 1Jo 2:3,4 * 1Jo 5:1-3 Re 22:14 - as the. As the pupil of the eye, the hole or the opening of the uveous coat, or iris, through which the rays of light pass, and falling upon the retina, there depict every object in its natural color, as upon a piece of white paper. Now the pupil of the eye being essentially necessary to sight, and easily injured, it is not only, in common with the other parts, deeply entrenched in the skull, ramparted with the forehead and cheek bones, defended by the eyebrows, eyelids, and eyelashes, and placed so as to be best protected by the hands, but, by a wonderful mechanism, is contracted or dilated by the muscular power of the iris, without which an excess of light would cause instant blindness. * De 32:10 Ps 17:8 Zec 2:8 VERSE 3 * Pr 3:3; 6:21 De 6:8,9; 11:18-20 Isa 30:8 Jer 17:1; 31:33 2Co 3:3 VERSE 4 - Say. * Pr 2:2-4; 4:6-8 - Thou. * Job 17:14 So 8:1 Mt 12:49,50 Lu 11:27,28 VERSE 5 * Pr 2:16; 5:3; 6:24 VERSE 6 - at the. * Ge 26:8 2Sa 6:16 - casement. {Eshnav,} rather a lattice, so called from the Arabic {shanaba,} " to be cool," because of its use in keeping the apartments cool. VERSE 7 - the simple. * Pr 1:4,22,32; 8:5; 14:15,18; 19:25; 22:3; 27:12 Ps 19:7; 119:130 * Ro 16:18,19 - the youths. Heb. the sons. void. * Pr 6:32; 9:4,16; 10:13; 12:11; 19:2; 24:30 Jer 4:22 Mt 15:16 VERSE 8 * Pr 4:14,15; 5:8 Jud 16:1 2Sa 11:2,3 1Co 6:18 2Ti 2:22 Jude 1:23 VERSE 9 - the twilight. * Ge 39:11 Job 24:13-15 Ro 13:12-14 Eph 5:11 - evening. Heb. evening of the day. * Ex 12:6 *marg: VERSE 10 - the attire. * Ge 38:14,15 2Ki 9:22,30 Isa 3:16-24; 23:16 Jer 4:30 1Ti 2:9 * Re 17:3-5 - subtil. * Ge 3:1 2Co 11:2,3 VERSE 11 - loud. * Pr 9:13; 25:24; 27:14,15; 31:10-31 - her feet. * Ge 18:9 1Ti 5:13,14 Tit 2:5 VERSE 12 * Pr 9:14; 23:28 Jer 2:20,33,36; 3:2 Eze 16:24,25,31 Re 18:3,23 VERSE 13 - she. * Ge 39:7,12 Nu 25:1,6-8; 31:16 Eze 16:33 Re 2:20 - with an impudent face said. Heb. she strengthened her face and said. * Isa 50:7 Eze 2:4,6; 3:7-9 VERSE 14 - I have peace offerings with me. Heb. Peace-offerings are upon me. * Pr 15:8; 17:1; 21:27 Le 7:15 De 12:6,7 - this. * 2Sa 15:7-9 1Ki 21:9,10 Joh 18:28 VERSE 15 - came I forth. * 1Ti 5:13-15 Tit 2:5 - meet. * :10 VERSE 16 - decked. * So 1:16; 3:7-10 Re 2:22 - fine. * 1Ki 10:28 Isa 19:9 Eze 27:7 VERSE 17 - perfumed. * So 3:6 Isa 57:7-9 - with. * Ps 45:8 So 4:13,14 VERSE 18 - fill of love. * So 1:2; 2:3; 4:10 - until morning. * Pr 27:14 Ge 1:5; 19:27 Jud 19:25-27 - with loves. * Pr 5:19 Ge 39:7,12 Ho 8:9 *marg: VERSE 19 - the good-man. * Mt 20:11; 24:43 Lu 12:39 - he. * Mt 24:48 Mr 13:34-36 Lu 12:45,46 VERSE 20 - with him. Heb. in his hand. the day appointed. or, the new moon. * 2Ch 2:4 VERSE 21 - With her. * :5; 5:3 Jud 16:15-17 Ps 12:2 - forced. * 1Sa 28:23 2Ki 4:8 Lu 14:23; 24:29 Ac 16:15 2Co 5:14 VERSE 22 - straightway. Heb. suddenly. as an. * Ac 14:13 - as a. Dr. Grey, making a slight alteration in the text, renders, "as a dog to the chain, and as a deer, till a dart strike through his liver;" and Dr. Hunt, "Or as a hart boundeth into the toils, till a dart strike through his liver." The LXX., Chaldee, Syriac, and Arabic, concur in this interpretation. The circumstance of the dart, as applied to the deer, is beautiful and proper, which otherwise we are at a loss to dispose of; and this creature, of all others, was the most proper to be noticed on this occasion; for the usual representation which the Egyptians made of a man overthrown by flattery and fair speeches was the picture of a heart captivated and ensnared by the sound of music. - the correction. * Job 13:27 Jer 20:2 Ac 16:24 VERSE 23 - a dart. * Nu 25:8,9 - as a bird. * Pr 1:17 Ec 9:12 - knoweth. * Pr 9:18 VERSE 24 - O. * Pr 4:1; 5:7; 8:32,33 1Co 4:14,15 Ga 4:19 1Jo 2:1 VERSE 25 - thine. * Pr 4:14,15; 5:8; 6:25; 23:31-33 Mt 5:28 - go. * Pr 5:23 Ps 176 119:176 Isa 53:6 VERSE 26 * Pr 6:33 Jud 16:21 2Sa 3:6-8,27; 12:9-11 1Ki 11:1,2 Ne 13:26 * 1Co 10:8 2Co 12:21 1Pe 2:11 VERSE 27 * Pr 2:18,19; 5:5; 9:18 Ec 7:26 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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