Proverbs 30:15-31

Proverbs 30:15-31

[15] The horseleach  hath two  daughters,  crying, Give,  There are three  things that are never satisfied,  yea, four  things say  not, It is enough:  [16] The grave;  and the barren  womb;  the earth  that is not filled  with water;  and the fire  that saith  not, It is enough.  [17] The eye  that mocketh  at his father,  and despiseth  to obey  his mother,  the ravens  of the valley  shall pick it out,  and the young  eagles  shall eat  it. [18] There be three  things which are too wonderful  for me, yea, four  which I know  not: [19] The way  of an eagle  in the air;  the way  of a serpent  upon a rock;  the way  of a ship  in the midst  of the sea;  and the way  of a man  with a maid.  [20] Such is the way  of an adulterous  woman;  she eateth,  and wipeth  her mouth,  and saith,  I have done  no wickedness.  [21] For three  things the earth  is disquieted,  and for four  which it cannot  bear:  [22] For a servant  when he reigneth;  and a fool  when he is filled  with meat;  [23] For an odious  woman when she is married;  and an handmaid  that is heir  to her mistress.  [24] There be four  things which are little  upon the earth,  but they are exceeding  wise:  [25] The ants  are a people  not strong,  yet they prepare  their meat  in the summer;  [26] The conies  are but a feeble  folk,  yet make  they their houses  in the rocks;  [27] The locusts  have no king,  yet go they forth  all of them by bands;  [28] The spider  taketh hold  with her hands,  and is in kings'  palaces.  [29] There be three  things which go  well,  yea, four  [30] A lion  which is strongest  among beasts,  and turneth not away  for  [31] A greyhound;  an he goat  also;  and a king,  against whom there is no rising up.